Search Results: Electronic Payments

 
Banking Terms and Conditions 2012
12 1 Operating your account(s) 12 2 Stopping payments 12 3 Cash 13 4 Cheques 13 5 Debit cards 14 6 Other payment methods … This includes when we receive any electronic or telephonic communication purporting to be from you … you agree that the following provisions of the Payment Services Regulations 2009 (the PSRs) will not …
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Banking Terms and Conditions March 2013
12 1 Operating your account(s) 12 2 Stopping payments 12 3 Cash 13 4 Cheques 13 5 Debit cards 14 6 Other payment methods … This includes when we receive any electronic or telephonic communication purporting to be from you … you agree that the following provisions of the Payment Services Regulations 2009 (the PSRs) will not …
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FSCS compensation
Protecting your money A guide to how the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) protects your moneyAbout this leaflet This leaflet explains what FSCS is and how we protect your money. You should still talk to your financial services firm to discuss how our protection applies to the products and services you have bought from that firm. About FSCS FSCS is the body that can pay you …
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Banking Terms and Conditions May 2013
12 1. Operating your account(s) 12 2. Stopping payments 12 … Cash 12 4. Cheques 13 5. Debit cards 13 6. Other payment methods 15 7. Your current account 16 8. Your … 1.6 In order to process cheques and other payments from your account, you (and any other authorised …
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SVB Brochure - UK
At Silicon Valley Bank we know that evolution is the key to success. We also know that ambitious businesses sometimes struggle to get the advice, service and funding they need to continue to grow. … start for companies such as Cisco, LinkedIn, Electronic Arts and Enobia. In the past thirty years …
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Featured Commentary & Analysis


FX Outlook
November 03, 2009 Posted by

As in other major economies, production in Japan is on a recovery course driven by inventory adjustments. However, Japan's production recovery is not showing its usual high sensitivity to the global economy in this cycle. It is lagging major Asian

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Treasury Management
March 07, 2011 Posted by

Personal credit cards have become ubiquitous among consumers, and electronic payment is now a standard in business finance. Yet many U.S. companies continue to pay their bills the old fashioned way — by writing checks ...

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