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A company providing billing services for providers and insurance companies.
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After evaluating various hardware technology infrastructures on which to run the VocaLink solution, The Clearing House selected an IBM POWER8-based system infrastructure running Linux and AIX operating systems as the hosting platform.
For the protection of investors' interest and to boost investor confidence in the market, the regulations also provide for establishment of a fund by the clearing house to guarantee settlements of trades executed at a securities exchange.
For the protection of investors interest and to boost investor confidence in the market, the regulations also provide for establishment of a fund by the clearing house to guarantee settlements of trades executed at a securities exchange.
Holland Clearing House is based in Amsterdam and is the primary clearing house for the TOM multi-lateral trading facility.
e former leader of Rugby Borough Council will have overall responsibility for the leadership, management and nancial sustainability, which is funded by the Regional Growth Fund, of the Clearing House.
Nonetheless, the system-wide restrictions and regulations on credit activities stimulated the banks to devise an effective defense: clearing house associations operating as lenders of last resort.
The exchange and clearing house will transition from existing technology to the ICE trading and clearing platforms in due course.
Publishers Clearing House said that, after building a successful online e-commerce and advertising businesses, it is now moving to expand onto all mobile devices.
The new agreement establishes EuroCCP as the first clearing house to service a Spanish trading platform, as the Spanish markets which collectively form the incumbent Bolsas y Mercados Espanoles (BME) use Iberclear, the country's central securities depositary for clearing and settlement.
The Electronic Payments Network, a payments business of The Clearing House Payments Company, is the only national private- sector ACH operator in the United States.
Publishers Clearing House will pay 26 states a total of $34 million for stuffing mailboxes with letters that told millions of people they were winners.

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