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MoneyGram to provide cash payment services to We Energies's customers

MoneyGram International, a provider of global payment services, has announced an agreement with We Energies, the trade name of Wisconsin Electric Power Company, to enable its customers to make in-person cash payments at any of MoneyGram's agent locations in the US.

Bank of New York Mellon launches custody and trade settlement platform

The Bank of New York Mellon has launched a new universal custody and trade settlement platform, Global Environmental Markets, for carbon credits, to help customers manage credits through a single web-based interface.

ING reports Q1 net loss

Insurance business lines impacted by falling asset prices, net loss E824m

Deutsche Bank to acquire Dresdner Bank's agency securities lending business

The sale is a part of Commerzbank's strategy to focus on its core markets and activities

SunGard launches Investran CRM service

It enables users with timely access to investor, investment and fund information

The Bank of New York Mellon announces $1.2 billion common stock offering

Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley will serve as joint bookrunning managers for the offering

National Bank Financial Group adds new benefits to Platinum MasterCard

Cardholders to get extended car rental insurance

Santa Clara Valley Bank reports net loss in Q1

In Q1 of 2009, company witnessed $1.87m revenue, a 5.9% decrease

HSBC division implements Brilliance's credit portfolio management platform

Web-based interface to enable managers with credit analytics

Barclays announces half price home contents cover

Cutting the cost of home insurance!

Deutsche Bank and Logica partner for outsourced service

SEPA Connector will enable debtor banks to view SDD transactions, manage rejects and returns

Intercell appoints Bank of New York Mellon as depositary bank

PremierWest Bancorp reports net loss in Q1

Mercantile Bancorp Q1 loss narrows

Banco Macro Q1 net income increases

United Western Bancorp Q1 net income decreases

Barclays introduces new three-year savings bond
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Barclays: giving out mixed signals

Although Barclays has reported profits of GBP826 million in the first quarter of 2009, increased impairment charges and write-downs on its loan book accompanied this strong performance. Despite trumpeting its impressive results, Barclays is looking to sell off key assets, suggesting that all is not well at the bank.

Australia: rates kept constant following signs of economic recovery

Citing signs of economic recovery, the Reserve Bank of Australia has elected to maintain interest rates at 3%. Despite falling house prices and expectations of rising unemployment in 2009, the stock market has picked up and there are some positive economic indications. However, the Reserve Bank must consider that banks may not pass on further rate cuts.

ATM outsourcing: a viable option for struggling banks

In the current economic environment, banks should carefully analyze the current and future total cost of ownership of their technology assets, and evaluate the outsourcing alternative. With a widespread lack of capital for costly upfront investments, renting ATM hardware and associated services becomes an attractive, and in some cases the only feasible, option to struggling banks.

UK Budget: higher taxes offer opportunities for wealth management

The government's introduction of a 50% income tax rate for those earning more than GBP150,000 is the latest move in what is being described by some as a 'war on wealth'. The clampdown is obviously bad news for the country's private banking industry, but change also brings opportunity. Wealth managers should now focus on financial planning and helping clients to minimize their tax burden.

UK Budget: small boost for struggling savers

The 2009 Budget contained a sliver of good news for savers with the announcement that, from April 2010, everyone will be able to invest up to GBP10,200 in tax-free ISAs each year. However, due to base rate reductions the benefits of the scheme will be minor, and the new legislation would be improved if it allowed more flexibility, particularly for people over 50.

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