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  2. HSBC Finance - Wikipedia

    HSBC Bank Nevada issues a range of HSBC-branded credit cards, to both credit card only customers and customers of HSBC Bank USA. Private label cards [ edit ] HSBC was the third-largest issuer of private label credit cards in the United States, including cards for more than 70 active merchant relationships, including Best Buy , GM , Yamaha ...

  3. HSBC - Wikipedia

    On 9 August 2011, Capital One Financial Corp. agreed to acquire HSBC's U.S. credit card business for $2.6 billion, netting HSBC Holdings an estimated after-tax profit of $2.4 billion. In September it was announced that HSBC sought to sell its general insurance business for around $1 billion.

  4. HSBC Bank (Turkey) - Wikipedia

    On 8 August 2002, HSBC Bank A.Ş. signed a Sale and Purchase Agreement for the acquisition of Benkar Tuketici Finansmani ve Kart Hizmetleri A.Ş. (Consumer finance and card services) and the Advantage brand from Boyner Holding A.Ş. The purchase of Benkar was completed on 19 September 2002. Regional operations

  5. Discover Financial - Wikipedia

    HSBC has issued Discover-branded credit cards processed through the Discover Network since its acquisition of card issuer Metris in late 2005. Metris had originally signed an agreement with Discover in September 2005, three months prior to the HSBC acquisition.

  6. EMV - Wikipedia

    EMV is a payment method based upon a technical standard for smart payment cards and for payment terminals and automated teller machines which can accept them. EMV originally stood for "Europay, Mastercard, and Visa", the three companies that created the standard.

  7. Bankia - Wikipedia

    Credit card misuse. On 23 February 2017, 65 individuals received sentences for misusing the company’s credit cards. Rodrigo Rato (former president of Bankia, and also a former Managing Director of the IMF) was sentenced to four and a half years in jail, and Miguel Blesa (former chairman of Caja Madrid) was sentenced to six years in jail.

  8. Maestro (debit card) - Wikipedia

    Mastercard Maestro is a brand of debit cards and prepaid cards owned by Mastercard that was introduced in 1991. Maestro debit cards are obtained from associate banks and are linked to the cardholder's savings account, current account or any of several other types of accounts, while prepaid cards do not require a bank account to operate.

  9. Egg Banking - Wikipedia

    Egg was an internet bank headquartered in Derby, that is now a trading name of Yorkshire Building Society. Egg was born out of the banking arm in the United Kingdom of Prudential plc, which was established in 1996, and the Egg brand was launched in October 1998.