The Royale Firm Announces New Financial Lending Programs Added To Business Finance Suite

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Sep 12, 2020 (AB Digital via COMTEX) —
12 September, 2020 – The Royale Firm, a leader in finance and corporate lending, has announced the addition of revolutionary new financial programs to its proprietary funding system, the Business Finance Suite.

The most comprehensive financial solution on the market, The Royale Firm is helping a new generation of business owners ensure their business setups to meet lending credibility standards so they can obtain the capital and credit they need to fuel their dreams. Relying on a professional team of financers, The Royale Firm actively pulls together legitimate business lending programs and works in tandem with hundreds of different lenders to offer unique loan programs for all different types of borrowers.

An innovative program empowering businesses with access to cutting-edge financial tools and resources, The Royale Firm has set

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Six Strategies For Digitally Transforming Finance In An Evolving Business Environment

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One of the key business lessons that has come out of the Covid-19 pandemic is the critical need to digitize operations, with financial processes near the top of the list. Simple things like being able to pay suppliers and get paid on time are essential in order to keep money flowing in and out of organizations and between trading partners.

Yet, during the crisis, many companies realized the limitations they had in these areas. Organizations lacking remote capabilities — those using manual or on-site legacy systems to process invoices, pay bills and handle other finance functions — have been particularly challenged during this period.

Additionally, in this uncertain economic climate, it has become more important than ever for a company to know where it stands financially at a given point in time. This information is needed

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Automotive Finance Market Size, Overview, Segmentation And Geographical Forecast Till 2026| Fortune Business Insights

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Sep 02, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
The Global “Automotive Finance Market”is likely to grow in the coming years with impetus from strategic collaborations among companies from across the world. According to a report published by Fortune Business Insights, titled “Automotive Finance Market Size, Share and Global Trend by Loan Provider (OEMs, Banks, Financing institutions), Service Type (New vehicles, Used vehicles), Industry Verticals (Residential Use, Commercial Use, Government Use), and Geography Forecast till 2026,” the market is likely to expand in the coming years, driven by increasing demand for electric cars and adoption of e-commerce business platforms.

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Nissan Automotive’s Partnership with Auto Gravity to Favor Growth

In 2018, Nissan Motors announced that it has partnered with Auto Gravity, a financing company. The company announced that it aims at

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Finance minister seeks investment from UAE for Rs 111 lakh crore National Infrastructure Pipeline

NEW DELHI: Finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Monday held a virtual bilateral meeting with United Arab Emirates (UAE) minister of state for financial affairs Obaid Al Tayer and urged the Middle Eastern nation to participate in India’s ambitious Rs 111 lakh crore National Infrastructure Pipeline.
About 7,000 projects have been identified under the National Infrastructure Pipeline (NIP) with projected investment of Rs 111 lakh crore during 2020-25.
“Finance Minister Smt. @nsitharaman today held a bilateral meeting via VC with H.E. Obaid Al Tayer, MoS Financial Affairs, UAE.
“Both leaders expressed respect for the long standing relationship between India & UAE, and the need to take it further in mutually beneficial ways,” the finance ministry said in a series of tweets.

During the meeting, both the leaders agreed to cooperate on areas like financial technology (fintech).
“FM mentioned that with NIP, there are greater avenues between India & UAE to collaborate

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Westpac sells Vendor Finance business

Westpac Group has today announced that it has entered into an agreement for the sale of its Vendor Finance business to Angle Finance, a portfolio company of Cerberus Capital Management, L.P.

Vendor Finance supports third parties to fund small ticket equipment finance loans to around 42,000 Australian businesses. The transaction is expected to result in the transfer of around $500 million of customer loans.

Chief Executive, Specialist Businesses, Jason Yetton, said “The sale represents the first transaction of the Group’s simplification initiatives and brings certainty for Vendor Finance customers and new opportunities for our people.”

Given the relatively modest size of the portfolio, the sale is expected to have a negligible impact on Westpac’s balance sheet and capital ratios. There is expected to be a small accounting loss on sale due to the transaction being structured with an initial payment on completion and deferred consideration payable over the two-year period

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Kiplinger’s Personal Finance: Life insurance in the age of the coronavirus | Column



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How much coverage you need depends on your age, the size of your family, your health and your income.




As a young entrepreneur with no kids, Jesse Silkoff hadn’t purchased life insurance before the coronavirus crisis.

“I just didn’t think I needed it yet, and I’ve committed most of my financial resources to my business,” said Silkoff, 31, the president and co-founder of MyRoofingPal.com, an online marketplace that connects property owners with roofing contractors.

COVID-19, though, forced Silkoff to consider his mortality. “I don’t want to leave my wife in debt should something happen to me,” he said. “Also, during the slowdown, I had more time to do the research.”

So Silkoff purchased a 10-year term life policy with $500,000 of coverage for about $30 a month.

Nicholas Mancuso, life insurance expert at Policygenius, an insurance comparison website, said the site is seeing an “uptick” in life insurance searches.

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Tsai vows to liberalize finance rules

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Taiwan’s ‘transparent laws and efficient courts’ as well as its financial institutions give it a major advantage to become a financial hub, Tsai said

  • By Angelica Oung / Staff reporter

Taiwan would liberalize banking and investment rules to establish itself as a regional financial hub, President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) told the Taiwan Capital Market Forum in Taipei yesterday.

Recent world events could be an opening for Taiwan to become an international center for business investments and financial management, Tsai said at the forum, which was organized by the Chinese-language Liberty Times (the sister publication of the Taipei Times).

“We’re facing unknowns in the world right now, including the continuing impact of US-China trade tensions and the reorganization of the global supply chain after COVID-19,” Tsai said. “These bring new challenges and opportunities.”

Photo: Liu Hsin-de, Taipei Times

Tsai said that Taiwan has two major advantages.

“First, our

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Komatsu Finance America Inc. — Moody’s affirms Komatsu’s A2 ratings; outlook stable

Rating Action: Moody’s affirms Komatsu’s A2 ratings; outlook stable

Global Credit Research – 31 Aug 2020

Tokyo, August 31, 2020 — Moody’s Japan K.K. has today affirmed Komatsu Ltd.’s (Komatsu) A2 issuer rating.

Moody’s has also affirmed the backed A2 senior unsecured rating and Prime-1 US commercial paper rating of Komatsu Finance America Inc. (KFA), an indirectly wholly-owned subsidiary of Komatsu. The ratings on KFA’s senior unsecured notes and commercial paper program reflect the full and irrevocable guarantee by Komatsu.

The outlook on the ratings remains stable.

“Komatsu’s A2 rating and stable outlook reflect our expectation that the company’s competitive position in the global construction and mining equipment markets will help mitigate the weakening in its credit metrics amid the current market downturn, and support a recovery in its profit margin and leverage from 2021,” says Ryohei Nishio, a Moody’s Analyst.

RATINGS RATIONALE

Komatsu’s A2 rating reflects the company’s leading

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Pintec wins ‘Best Consumer Finance Product in China’ award from The Asian Banker

Pintec, among other winners, stands out from over 400 applications that have undergone stringent evaluation for the company’s advanced technologies, deep knowledge of consumer finance, and extensive experience in enabling business and financial institutions.

This is the second time Pintec was recognized by the awards that cover primarily retail financial services, transaction finance, risk management, technology innovation and financial market. The company won the “Best Digital Lending Solution in China (Corporate Services)” in 2019.

Pintec has served hundreds of institutional partners since its establishment with its end-to-end and modular digital lending solutions that are readily applicable to different markets worldwide.

This year, the company has been pushing forward with its new RPA solutions and Credit Maximizer (CVX) Business Lending Solutions, in a bid to better ride the wave of digital transformation.

The CVX Business Lending Solutions have been acknowledged across countries including Australia, Austria, Ireland, and Germany

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HHPF, Inc. appoints industry leader Input 1 to help grow their Premium Finance Business

WOODLAND HILLS, Calif., Aug. 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — HHPF, Inc., based in New York, NY, announced today that it has selected Input 1, the leading provider of digital billing and payment solutions to the insurance industry, to be their premium finance technology partner.

HHPF, Inc. conducted a systematic and intensive search for the perfect technology provider who could exceed the needs of their agents and insureds, while also sharing their vision.  “When considering a partnership with a premium finance software and services provider, we were looking for a proven track record of success. But we also wanted more than just a vendor; we wanted to form a relationship with a company that could help us become the best that we can be. Our requirements included a modern billing and payments platform, a knowledgeable and dependable support staff and a partner that we could lean on for advice,” said

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