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****** Insurance (Providers, Brokers and Re-Insurers) Market Is Expected to Grow at Robust Pace By 2022

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First P2P Platform Set to Change How Businesses Make Cross-Border Payments

SMEs in the Philippines will be able to have someone settle their payments in Japan and China as if they were making these payments locally.

Manila, Philippines, Aug 28, 2019 — Some products can be cheaper if bought in Japan or China compared to The Philippines. One thing stopping Filipinos from enjoying these discounts are the cost and inconvenience of making a cross-border payment.

Asian Fintech start-up GDP Inc. is launching a Peer-to-Peer solution for businesses called PEZZAPay. The platform matches users with someone in Japan or China tasked to execute a desired payment on behalf of the user.

Fintech jobs for company progress

Every sector in the market today has a number of options with an amazing potential for progress. When it comes to financial services, these rely on the traditional recipes to reach out to their clients. They do not try to change so much because it is something that has been proven to work. But is this the right way to think about it? Is there no room for real progress in the financial field?

Santa Clara County Federal Credit Union Promotes Montero and David to New Executive Roles

County Federal Names New Chief Administrative Officer and Chief Experience Officer.

San Jose, CA, USA — The Santa Clara County Federal Credit Union (http://www.sccfcu.org) today announced the promotions of Jennifer Montero and Divine David to new executive roles.

Jennifer Montero has been named Senior Vice President/Chief Administrative Officer. Jennifer has been serving as SVP/Organizational Development. She has extensive knowledge in the field of human resources management and specializes in high-growth operations and restructuring. Jennifer previously served on County Federal’s Board of Directors. In her expanded role, she will be responsible for providing strategic leadership in all human resource functions, learning and talent development initiatives, and special programs. Jennifer holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Management from San Jose State University.

Asia-Pacific leading with higher adoption rate of share in the BlockChain Market

In the Report “Blockchain Market: By Product & Services (Exchanging, Trading and Investment, Financial Services); By Provider Type (Solution and Application, Infrastructure and Protocol Provider); By Industry Vertical (BFSI, Government & Public Sector, Healthcare) & Geography – Forecast (2018 – 2023)” published by IndustryARC, the blockchain Business will experience high adoption rate in different baking system of both developed and developing countries. A central bank, commercial banks, stock exchange are expected drive the blockchain market growth for a long period of time.

Asia-Pacific leading with a higher adoption rate of share in the BlockChain Business

Santa Clara County Federal Credit Union Adds Two New Vice Presidents to Leadership Team

County Federal Adds Senior Staff to Credit Union As Part of Ongoing Commitment To Extend Superior Services to Members.

San Jose, CA, USA — The Santa Clara County Federal Credit Union (http://www.sccfcu.org) today announced the expansion of its leadership team with the addition of two new Vice Presidents:

Carol Presar is the new Vice President of Learning & Talent Development with responsibility for employee training and human resources support. Carol has an extensive background in developing operational policies and procedures, instructional design, and enterprise-wide talent development. She previously worked with 1st Franklin/Merrill Lynch (now part of Bank of America) and holds a degree in Business Administration.