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  2. EverBank - Wikipedia

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    EverBank, now TIAA Bank, is an American diversified financial services company providing banking, mortgages, and investing services. It is based in Jacksonville, Florida, U.S. It operates through standard banking offices and through its Direct Banking division. EverBank Direct operates by telephone, mail, and over the Internet. As of September ...

  3. China International Capital Corporation - Wikipedia

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    In 2007, CICC set up its wealth management division, and was one of the earliest investment banks to engage in wealth management business in China. In 2010, CICC became the first investment bank to obtain approval from the China Securities Regulatory Commission to raise and manage private equity funds.

  4. Bank of China - Wikipedia

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    Sunday Banking Business ceased in Chinatown Sub-branch in Singapore. 2012: BOC opened branch in Taiwan . The opening is seen as a symbol of deepening economic ties across Taiwan Strait [25] Bank of China (M) Bhd opened its 6th branch in Malaysia at Tower 2, PFCC, Bandar Puteri Puchong in 2012.

  5. Credit bureau - Wikipedia

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    A credit bureau is a data collection agency that gathers account information from various creditors and provides that information to a consumer reporting agency in the United States, a credit reference agency in the United Kingdom, a credit reporting body in Australia, a credit information company (CIC) in India, Special Accessing Entity in the Philippines, and also to private lenders.

  6. Wells Fargo - Wikipedia

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    Doing business with the gun industry and NRA. From December 2012 through February 2018, Wells Fargo reportedly helped two of the biggest firearms and ammunition companies obtain $431.1 million in loans. It also handled banking for the National Rifle Association and provided bank accounts and a $28-million line of credit.