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Corporate Banking

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Financing (often unsecured), cash management, and other banking services custom-tailored for corporations. See also retail banking and wholesale banking.

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  1. ProducerJavier Martínez Herrera
    La importancia de las habilidades verbales en el área bancaria
    La importancia de las habilidades verbales en el área bancariaComo todos sabemos, un profesionista que desea ser exitoso en su ámbito laboral debe saber como lograr una comunicación efectiva y a su vez, identificar las necesidades y oportunidades que se le presentan.A diferencia de lo que la mayoría de la...
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  2. ProducerMohaini Ismuni

    Mohaini Ismuni

    17/11/2016
    REALIZING YOUR DREAMS -just few steps away
    REALIZING YOUR DREAMS -just few steps awayNot so distant…future As you sipped your coffee before early morning rush, your thoughts lingered back to reasons that made you decided to be where you are now…beautiful working space with friendly smiling faces…your career progressed...
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  3. Business Immigrations
    Business Immigrations
    business.immigrations@gmail.com
    Business Immigrations
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  4. ProducerLuke Brown

    Luke Brown

    08/07/2016
    Make Sure the Insurance is Insurance
    Make Sure the Insurance is InsuranceMy first post on bebee was about the fundamentals of insurance. In thinking about the post, it occurred to me that I did not stress enough a big danger that sometimes lurks. The danger lurks especially when insurance is hard to obtain, or especially...
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    Luke Brown
    09/07/2016 #8 Luke Brown
    #7 Thank you, Mr. Cody. Just starting to feel my way on the site.
    Jim Cody
    08/07/2016 #7 Jim Cody
    @Luke Brown Great post. Welcome to beBee.
    John White, MBA
    08/07/2016 #6 John White, MBA
    Great first post, Luke Brown. I have promoted via @bebeeblogs on Twitter. Here is the link in case you or anyone else would like to retweet it. https://twitter.com/beBeeblogs/status/751513934054711296
    Juan Imaz
    08/07/2016 #5 Juan Imaz
    congratulations for this first post in beBee Luke!
    Luke Brown
    08/07/2016 #4 Luke Brown
    #1 Thank you, Mr. Rica. I' am open to suggestions about writing on insurance topics that would interest/help readers.
    Luke Brown
    08/07/2016 #3 Luke Brown
    #2 In a word, Yes, Mr. McKenzie.
    Brian McKenzie
    08/07/2016 #2 Brian McKenzie
    In the current U.S. PPACA Universal Acceptance model that is mandated by Federal Law - the Exchanges and their products do NOT function as insurance - as there is not risk mitigation nor allowance for premium variation on any real health status analysis - it is simply a grand scale illusion of a Ponzi scheme wrapped in entitlements and functioning purely on churn. .... and like the Toxic Asset Bundling of the housing market - the US 'Health Care' market is set for collapse (indeed half of the initial ACO entities have already closed - and many large insurers are abandoning markets altogether) They are calling it 'securitization' of health care - and it is the format to build 'trust' into the unfunded liabilities that they have stacked against derivative factorial projections of premium vs estimated payout.... I give it 3 years to total collapse and the loss of the Dollar with it. (if not before)
    Javier beBee
    08/07/2016 #1 Javier beBee
    Thanks for sharing it ! Welcome to beBee !
  5. Juan Imaz

    Juan Imaz

    26/05/2016
    Juan Imaz
    Snapchat raised $1.8B in a Series F round; leaked pitch deck reveals revenues, user numbers
    techcrunch.com Earlier this week, we reported that the messaging app startup Snapchat was raising more money. Now we have more updates for you. An SEC filing...
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    Antoine Prager
    26/05/2016 #3 Antoine Prager
    :-O
    Javier beBee
    26/05/2016 #2 Javier beBee
    Amazing !!!
    NO one
    26/05/2016 #1 NO one
    this is amazing!
  6. Aki Ranin

    Aki Ranin

    23/05/2016
    Is this the end of banks as we know them?
    Aki Ranin
    Did banks just become obsolete?
    www.linkedin.com The hits are coming in for 2016, which is shaping to be The Year of Fintech. Just recently DBS launched Digibank, their forward thinking mobile only offering, and now Fidor and Telefonica have...
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    Aki Ranin
    26/05/2016 #4 Aki Ranin
    Thanks for the inputs guys. As a Fintech startup, TransferWise is part of this disruption wave. They are trying to make foreign remittance easier and cheaper than using a bank.
    William Davis
    24/05/2016 #3 William Davis
    I definitely agree that banks are obsolete, I think that having to wait in a long line, having narrowed schedules, and also being exposed to normal human errors from the workers should no longer be e necessity, but it sometimes still is because the platforms on line are not yet the best that they can be. Fortunately the need of on line banking is becoming too strong that there will be no more need to got to a bank and most will get closed.
    Kimberly Lewis
    24/05/2016 #2 Kimberly Lewis
    I have a question... Where do services like Transfer Wise fit into all of this?
    Mohammed A. Jawad
    23/05/2016 #1 Mohammed A. Jawad
    Banks aren’t obsolete, but they have become more cajoling, corrupt and chiding!
  7. ProducerShivam Chhuneja

    Shivam Chhuneja

    11/05/2016
    The Housing Hoax
    The Housing HoaxThis article was written on Smart BrainologyI have been familiar with what really Bank means when they say why don’t you go ahead and own a home.Your own home. Bla Bla Bla.But, I never thought of writing an article on it since today, I was in a cab...
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    Brian McKenzie
    10/06/2016 #4 Brian McKenzie
    #3 @Gert Scholtz - except that 'equity' model doesn't work if the finainance model is gerry rigged by the banksters. For example; in 1998, I bought a 2200 sq ft 3 bedroom house on 1/4 acre with a two car garage for $168 - we put down 25k; and through out the ownership of the home did upgrades to siding, landscape, roof, appliances, floor covering, kitchen remodel and outdoor patio upgrades. During 10 years - I made nearly double payments when the income was fat and thick, and the house owed was quickly under 100k. ...I had a nice sensible fixed rate mortgage that was affordable. And then the housing crisis hit; because of its carnage through the economy - I lost my job (still pissed about that f*ck you bankers very much) and the value of the house COLLAPSED. Now due to new market realities - and an ex that was a danger I should have never have stepped into - the house was worth 110K - no credit for upgrades, no market equity, no collateral. IF you own a house in America - make sure it is one you built, on land you own clear, and have no mortgage on - because if you have one; they will re-sell it; and are all too ready to come and seize your property or force a short sale. And if you think there isn't another housing crash on the way; you are sorely mistaken. They NEVER stopped doing Toxic Asset Bundling and reselling of risky mortgages; the next time - health care, car debt and student loans get to join in. If you have money in a bank - I would pull it out NOW (last year was better)
    Gert Scholtz
    12/05/2016 #3 Gert Scholtz
    Hi Shivam. One should indeed be careful when buying a home. But I don't think it is true that a house is purely a liability on your personal balance sheet. The loan from the bank is the liability and the house is the asset. If you financed 100% of the house, the asset and liability is the same. If you put down a deposit of say 20%, then the asset is the home, the liability the loan from the bank, and the difference of 20% is equity.
    Laurent Boscherini
    12/05/2016 #2 Anonymous
    Never forget, Banks are not fair players, they have to be money makers by essence.
    Brian McKenzie
    12/05/2016 #1 Brian McKenzie
    The US hosing market is a sham and theater of lies. Your 'house' is an asset that they own, and they will gamble and hedge against without your consent. A mortgage is a bad idea; especially since the 'sub-prime' fiasco that caused the collapse in 2007/8 is still being done - it is now called 'non-prime' instead. And the next R/E crash is right around the corner. Simple math - you can't escape unfunded liabilities with factorial derivatives and thin collateral.
  8. kim hackbarth

    kim hackbarth

    09/05/2016
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    Your time will be respected.
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  9. Matthew Goss

    Matthew Goss

    24/04/2016
    Matthew Goss
    The Federal Reserve and Financial Technology
    www.linkedin.com What if I told you that history is repeating itself, even in fin-tech? You’d probably want proof, right?   The story begins with the birth of a nation, the United States of America. Approximately...
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    Mickael Angelo Yusufidis
    24/04/2016 #3 Mickael Angelo Yusufidis
    Consider, the Federal Reserve is a sound opinion, a baseline, a policy (law). Not much more given today's capabilities.
    Mickael Angelo Yusufidis
    24/04/2016 #1 Mickael Angelo Yusufidis
    How do you reserve hot air? eCurrency. The Federal Reserve is in the past. It assumes money is printed.
  10. Matthew Goss

    Matthew Goss

    24/04/2016
    The Federal Reserve and Financial Technology - https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/fin-tech-federal-reserve-act-1913-matthew-goss?trk=hp-feed-article-title-shareMatthew Goss
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  11. James McElearney
    James McElearney
    Tax havens are cog in global economy, say defenders
    www.devere-group.com Tax havens are cog in global economy, say defenders. Offshore funds and shell companies allow multinationals and individuals to manage many...
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    Pamela L. Williams
    08/04/2016 #1 Pamela L. Williams
    James, I won't claim to be a financial expert but several statements in this article insinuate the 'trickle down' economics theory. Especially where it discusses investment in growth. That is a theory that has been sold to the American public several times and considering the current status of >90% of the wealth being in the hands of 1% illustrates that 'trickle down' is a myth that has no basis in reality. I do not begrudge wealth but not at the cost of national economies. Just pay the taxes owed already, just like the rest of us. The rest of us know Some may be reinvested but I would hazard a guess that the bulk is sitting in these offshore systems benefitting only a few at the cost of many. That is what I hope results from the Panama Papers.
  12. James McElearney
    James McElearney
    Banks deny “Panama Papers” link
    www.devere-group.com Major international banks have released statements denying their involvement in tax avoidance after they were featured in the so-called “Panama Papers”, deVere Group...
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  13. MD RAHAMAN

    MD RAHAMAN

    01/03/2016
    700 people become millionaire. Over 5,000 People in The Month of December 2015 Earned over $50,000 in Commissions. Over 25,000 people are earning a six figure annual income from the compensation plan. And all this happen in less than 15 months.

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    Download free e-Book to learn how to profit from Digital Currency http://why.digicoinpro.com/mrahaman
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  14. MD RAHAMAN

    MD RAHAMAN

    25/02/2016
    To live the life of your choice you have to make your money work for you not you work for it. If you work for money you become a slave to it. Money is a bad master but a very good servant. Educate yourself on money and learn how to make money while you sleep. Herre is a free e-Book that you can download to learn about future moneytary system and how to profit from it.
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  15. MD RAHAMAN

    MD RAHAMAN

    24/02/2016
    As dollar is gradually losing its world reserve currency status, any business/asset that based only in dollar will be worthless. If You Think Financial Education Is Expensive, Just Try Ignorance. Download free e-book to learn how digital currency can protect your money and asset from dollar disaster. http://why.digicoinpro.com/mrahamanMD RAHAMAN
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    Bhanu Prakash Sharma
    03/02/2016 #1 Bhanu Prakash Sharma
    hello
  17. MD RAHAMAN

    MD RAHAMAN

    19/01/2016
    25 minute overview Video " The Future is Here" for prospects
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    12/02/2016 #3 MD RAHAMAN
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    08/02/2016 #2 ASGAR Hussain Syed
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    MD RAHAMAN
    03/02/2016 #1 MD RAHAMAN
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