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  2. Riggs Bank - Wikipedia

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    Riggs Bank was a bank headquartered in Washington, D.C. For most of its history, it was the largest bank headquartered in that city. On May 13, 2005, after the exposure of several money laundering scandals, the bank was acquired by PNC Financial Services.

  3. Zelle (payment service) - Wikipedia

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    Early Warning Services is owned by Bank of America, BB&T, Capital One, JPMorgan Chase, PNC Bank, US Bank, and Wells Fargo. In September 2017, Early Warning Services released the Zelle payment system and mobile app and announced that all clearXchange "person-to-person" payment service accounts would be deactivated in December 2017. After that ...

  4. The Clearing House Payments Company - Wikipedia

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    The Clearing House Payments Company L.L.C. (PayCo) is a U.S.-based limited liability company formed by Clearing House Association.PayCo is a private sector, payment system infrastructure that operates an electronic check clearing and settlement system (SVPCO), a clearing house, and a wholesale funds transfer system (CHIPS).

  5. E-Trade - Wikipedia

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    E-Trade Financial Corporation (stylized as E TRADE, often approximated as E*TRADE), a subsidiary of Morgan Stanley, offers an electronic trading platform to trade financial assets including common stocks, preferred stocks, futures contracts, exchange-traded funds, options, mutual funds, and fixed income investments.

  6. Groww - Wikipedia

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    Groww is an online investment platform that allows investors to invest in mutual funds and stocks. Headquartered in Bangalore, Karnataka, the company has raised over $140 million as of April 2021, at a valuation of $1 billion.

  7. Troubled Asset Relief Program - Wikipedia

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    PNC Financial Services, one of the few profitable banks without TARP money, planned on paying their share back by January 2011, by building up its cash reserves instead of issuing equity securities. However, PNC reversed course on February 2, 2010, by issuing $3 billion in shares and $1.5-2 billion in senior notes in order to pay its TARP funds ...

  8. Operation Choke Point - Wikipedia

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    Operation Choke Point was an initiative of the United States Department of Justice beginning in 2013 which investigated banks in the United States and the business they did with firearm dealers, payday lenders, and other companies believed to be at a high risk for fraud and money laundering.

  9. SoFi - Wikipedia

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    SoFi Technologies, Inc. (now the parent company of Social Finance, Inc. and commonly known as SoFi) is an American online personal finance company.Based in San Francisco, SoFi provides financial products that includes student loan refinancing, mortgages, personal loans, credit card, investing, and banking through both mobile app and desktop interfaces.