Neo Financial, the new Canadian FinTech startup focused on challenging the status quo in banking, has begun rolling out its services in Western Canada.
Neo Financial is a Prairies-based startup created by SkipTheDishes founders Andrew Chau and Jeff Adamson, alongside Kris Read. It is the newest challenger bank entrant into the Canadian financial market and is on a mission to re-imagine everyday banking.
After spending the first year and a half of its existence building out its tech and banking infrastructure, Neo has officially brought its financial services offering to market.
“What we’re building is a foundation for a bank that can compete with the Big Five.”
– Andrew Chau, Neo Financial
Over the last couple of weeks, Neo began offering its savings account, Mastercard, and merchant rewards program to a select number of individuals on its 30,000-plus waitlist. With a current focus on Western Canada, Neo hopes to have
DiscGenics Appoints Former Medtronic Spine and Biologics Finance Executive as First Chief Financial Officer
Mr. Poole has over 13 years of progressive finance leadership experience in medical devices, and significant experience within the spine market, most recently serving as Vice President of Finance for Medtronic Spine and Biologics, a major division of Medtronic, PLC. In this role, he served as CFO for the global business unit with over $2.5 billion in annual revenue responsibility. Mr. Poole also has extensive international experience, particularly in Asia Pacific, where he held various leadership positions with increasing levels of functional and strategic responsibilities and commercial exposure to developed and emerging markets. He is also fluent in Japanese and has lived and worked extensively in Japan, where DiscGenics has a significant financial and commercial interest.
Mr. Poole’s appointment closely follows DiscGenics’s announcement last month that it raised $50 million in its Series C round of funding, bringing total investment in the Company to just over $71 million
U.S. taxpayers did not earn a fair return on the 2008 government bailout of financial institutions, according to new research from the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business.
When the government completed its Troubled Asset Relief Program in 2014, the results were widely described as taxpayers getting back their full investment, plus interest.
“This is a misleading claim. Unfortunately, this narrative has found a large audience and it misses the point,” said Amiyatosh Purnanandam, professor and chair of finance. “The real question is whether the return was good enough for the risk, not whether it was positive.”
Purnanandam and Ross doctoral student Thomas Flanagan recently published a paper examining the issue, and Purnanandam discussed their research:
What’s the problem with the way the TARP returns are often described?
Taxpayers poured hundreds of billions of dollars into the financial system in 2008 to assist financial firms
At age 18, you’re old enough to, get a driver’s license, enlist in the military, attend college and get married. However, when Congress approved the in March, most young American adults weren’t eligible to receive a check of their own — or any money at all. An estimated 13 million young people aged 17 to 24 who were were excluded from qualifying for a stimulus payment.
Thepassed by the House of Representatives last week (which some call the ) still includes a of for , and adds $500 for any person claimed as a dependent, regardless of age. But that doesn’t
The amount of cash a company has on hand or can generate quickly reveals how healthy the company is financially. High levels of available cash indicate that the business can pay off debt easily when due dates occur. The types of assets a company has and the marketability of those assets are where a discussion of financial liquidity begins.
Assets are any item or thing owned by a company and are broken into four categories: current, investment, intangible and property, plant and equipment. Current assets are cash, items that can be easily converted into cash or items that are expected to be used or gone within the fiscal year. Investment assets are stocks, bonds and other financial instruments that have a cash value. Intangible assets are things that have long-term value to the company such as patents, formulas and other proprietary information. Property, plant and equipment are long-term tangible
A leaked version of rules to be issued later this month by the European Commission proposes an all-encompassing set of regulations covering the trading or issuance of digital assets across the 27-nation bloc.
Europe’s Markets in Crypto-Assets (MiCA) draft legislation provides legal certainty around crypto assets – cryptocurrencies, security tokens and stablecoins – along the same lines as Europe’s Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID), a legal framework for securities markets, investment intermediaries and trading venues.
The takeaway is that Europe intends to treat crypto the same as any other regulated financial instrument, which will doubtless provide legal clarity. The unknown is whether that may stifle this nascent and fast-moving space.
The MiCA proposals begin with a broad definition of crypto assets and a base set of rules that apply to the issuers of those assets and service providers, the latter is more or less in line with the Financial
The West Live: Federal Finance Minister Mathias Cormann claims WA won’t be off table at National Cabinet
WA Liberal senator Mathias Cormann will join The West Live today to discuss why the Federal Government wants fortress WA to reopen and to create a national definition of a COVID-19 hotspot.
Australia’s longest-serving Finance Minister will join The West Live this morning ahead of a National Cabinet meeting to discuss State border closures and the definition of COVID-19 hotspots.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison is expected to fight to re-open borders at the conference.
Mr Cormann has previously spoken out about the reopening of his home state, claiming WA Premier Mark McGowan’s border decision was politically driven.
The West Australian yesterday revealed Mr McGowan’s already sky-high approval rating had improved from 87 per cent in June to 91 per cent this month, while 92 per cent of sandgropers polled supported his border stance.
While Mr Cormann claims WA’s borders are not going to be left out of the discussion, The
Once you reach age 18, you’re old enough to, get a driver’s license, enlist in the military, attend college and get married. However, when Congress approved the of in March, most young American adults weren’t eligible to receive a check of their own — or any money at all. An estimated 13 million young people aged 17 to 24 who were were excluded from qualifying for a stimulus payment.
It’s possible thatwould change the ( ). But if it doesn’t, young people may still not get their own check for . All may leave you wondering when it’s possible for someone under age 25 to
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