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  • n. Financial activity carried out electronically, as for example over the Internet.


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e- +‎ finance


  • Sandler O'Neill also is a market maker in hundreds of financial stocks and publishes equity and fixed income research focused on selected banks, thrifts and insurance companies, credit card companies, investment banks, asset managers, specialty finance companies, e-finance companies, real estate investment trusts and transaction execution companies.

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  • Larry Gusto represented to the public that SSTI "is the leading provider of e-finance products and services" and they "also provide to the financial services industry everything from project management and business analysis to custom software development and systems integration."

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  • The country needs the ready availability of Internet, email, e-finance, e-commerce and other services that play an important role in global commercial activity.


  • Online Resources & Communications Corporation is a leading Internetbanking, bill payment and e-finance application service provider to financial institutions.

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  • R Ramesh - Bahwan CyberTek - COO-ME. e-finance is the new Electronic Bill Presentment and Payment (EBPP) service provider in Egypt. e-Finance is a joint venture created between National Investment Bank, Raya Holding, National Bank of Egypt, Banque Misr, and Egyptian Banks Company (EBC).

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