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Moody's Investors Service
Moody's Investors Service is a bond credit rating business that provides research, credit rating and financial risk analysis services. The company’s ratings and analysis track debt that covers various countries, corporate issuers, public finance issuers, and structured finance obligations. Additionally, the company also offers predictive ratings, research and investor briefings, pricing and valuation tools, and credit opinions. The company’s primary goal is to help investors analyze the credit risks associated with fixed-income securities. Moody’s Investor Service rates debt securities in several market segments related to public and commercial securities in the bond market. These include government, municipal and corporate bonds; managed investments such as money market funds, fixed-income funds and hedge funds; financial institutions that include banks and non-bank finance companies; and asset classes in structured finance. Considered as one of the Big Three credit rating agencies, Moody’s Investor Service employs approximately 6,100 people worldwide and maintains a presence in 28 countries. Moody’s Investor Service was founded by John Moody in 1999 and is headquartered in New York City, United States.
Adyen operates as technology company in the Netherlands, Brazil, Singapore, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, South Korea, Hong Kong, Mexico, China, New Zealand, Malaysia, India, Japan, and the United States. It offers Adyen platform that integrates gateway, risk management, processing, acquiring, and settlement of payments for directly connecting merchants to Visa, Mastercard, and other payment methods, as well as sales channels, including its merchants' online, mobile, and point-of-sale channels. Pieter van der Does founded Adyen in 2006. It has its headquarters in Amsterdam in the Netherlands.
Cross River is a fast-growing financial services organization that merges the established expertise and traditional services of a bank with the forward-thinking offerings of a technology company. Since its founding in 2008, Cross River has developed strong strategic partnerships with leading technology companies, enabling them to focus on their own growth without hindering innovation, while maintaining a strong focus on compliance. Cross River provides a highly-secure banking platform and comprehensive suite of products encompassing lending, payments and risk management, that enables its partners to deliver responsible financial solutions to empower consumers anytime, anywhere. Cross River is a New Jersey state-chartered FDIC insured bank. For more information, please visit Cross River’s website at www.crossriver.com.
Greenlight is a debit card and money app for families. Our mission is to shine a light on the world of money for families and empower parents to raise financially-smart kids. Millions of parents and kids use Greenlight to earn, save, spend wisely, give and invest. Parents can set flexible spend controls, manage chores, automate allowances and invest for their kids’ futures. The Greenlight team calls Atlanta home, but we have team members across the country. We’re pet enthusiasts, PTA presidents, fantasy football champs, kickball-mates and volunteer dance teachers. We’re backed by Drive Capital, JP Morgan Chase, Wells Fargo, TTV Capital, Relay Ventures, NEA, Amazon, Ally Financial, SunTrust Bank and Synchrony Financial. We were picked for CB Insights’ Fintech 250. Inspired? Apply to join our team: https://greenlight.com/careers/
Green Dot Corporation is a provider of retail-based financial services. The company offers consumers financial products and services through retailer locations including Walmart, Walgreens, CVS/pharmacy, Rite Aid, Kmart, Kroger, 7-ELEVEN, Ralphs, Fred Meyer, Smiths and Radio Shack. Green Dot's products include Green Dot MasterCard and Visa branded prepaid debit cards and the Green Dot MoneyPak - a cash processing gateway that provides a way for consumers to load cash to prepaid cards, use cash to make purchases and pay bills, and add cash to a variety of accounts including PayPal. Green Dot is a leading prepaid financial services company providing simple, low-cost and convenient money management solutions to a broad base of U.S. consumers. They believe that they are the leading provider of general purpose reloadable prepaid debit cards in the United States and that their Green Dot Network is the leading prepaid reload network in the United States. They sell their cards and offer their reload services nationwide at approximately 50,000 retail store locations, which provide consumers convenient access to their products and services. Their technology platform, Green PlaNET, provides essential functionality, including point-of-sale connectivity and interoperability with Visa, MasterCard and other payment or funds transfer networks, and compliance and other capabilities to their Green Dot Network, enabling real-time transactions in a secure environment. The combination of their innovative products, broad retail distribution and proprietary technology creates powerful network effects, which they believe enhance the value they deliver to their customers, retail distributors and other participants in their network. They were an early pioneer in the development of general purpose reloadable prepaid debit cards, or GPR cards, and associated reload services, which collectively they refer to as prepaid financial services. GPR cards are designed for general spending purposes and can be used anywhere the cards' applicable payment network, such as Visa or MasterCard, is accepted, but, unlike gift cards, can be reloaded with additional funds for ongoing, long-term use. Their GPR cards are issued as Visa- or MasterCard-branded cards and are accepted worldwide by merchants and other businesses belonging to the applicable payment network, including for bill payments, online shopping, everyday store purchases and ATM withdrawals. They believe that they are the leading provider of GPR cards in the United States based on the 3.4 million active cards in their portfolio as of March 31, 2010, which they define as cards that have had a purchase, reload or ATM withdrawal transaction during the previous 90-day period. They have built strong distribution and marketing relationships with many significant retail chains, including Walmart, Walgreens, CVS, Rite Aid, 7-Eleven, Kroger, K-Mart, Meijer and Radio Shack. These retail chains provide consumers with convenient locations to purchase and reload their cards. In addition, any holder of a GPR card issued by a member of their reload network may reload that card at any one of those locations. Currently, there are over 100 third-party prepaid card programs that use their nationwide reload network to facilitate reloading by their cardholders. In 2009, they entered into an agreement with PayPal whereby its customers can add funds to any new or existing PayPal account through their reload network at all retail locations where they sell their products and services, but to date they have not generated significant operating revenues from their relationship with PayPal. In fiscal 2009, the gross dollar volume loaded to their GPR card and reload products was $4.7 billion, an increase of 67% over fiscal 2008. They have developed a business model with powerful network effects. Growth in the number of their product and service offerings or their network participants, which include consumers, retail distributors and businesses that accept reloads or payments through the Green Dot Network, enhances the value they deliver to all network participants. Their technology platform, Green PlaNET, enables network participants to communicate and complete transactions rapidly and securely through their reload network or third-party payment or funds transfer networks, and is a central component of their network-based business model.
Envestnet is an independent provider of technology-enabled, Web-based investment solutions and services to financial advisors. By integrating a wide range of investment solutions and services, their technology platform provides financial advisors with the flexibility to address their clients’ needs. They work with financial advisors who are independent, as well as those who are associated with small or mid-sized financial advisory firms and larger financial institutions, which they refer to as enterprise clients. They focus their technology development efforts and their sales and marketing approach on addressing financial advisors’ front-, middle- and back-office needs. They believe that their investment solutions and services allow financial advisors to be more efficient and effective in the activities critical to their businesses by facilitating client interactions, supporting and enhancing portfolio management and analysis, and enabling reliable account support and administration. Their centrally-hosted technology platform provides financial advisors with the flexibility to choose freely among a wide range of investment solutions, services, investment managers and custodians to identify those that are most appropriate for their clients.
DailyPay partners with companies to offer employees the ability to control when they get paid. Not only does this solution empower financial wellness, but for partner companies, it acts as a tool to recruit, retain, and engage the workforce. Founded in 2015 by Jason Lee and Robert Law, DailyPay is helping hundreds of companies improve their bottom line profit by giving people their first steps towards financial security.
Enfusion is a provider of cloud-based portfolio management and risk system, as well as middle and back-office services. Enfusion believes that clients are the cornerstone of our business. The company provides exceptional client service, best-in-class software, and outsourced fund services. Enfusion aims to be an extension of our clients’ operational teams, not just another software vendor.
Leapwork has created the world’s most accessible automation platform. Through a visual, no-code approach, Leapwork makes it easy for business and IT users to automate repetitive processes, so enterprises can adopt and scale automation faster. Leapwork is used by more than 400 global enterprises across all industries, from banks and insurance companies to life science, government and aerospace. Clients include NASA, PayPal, BNP Paribas and Daimler. The company is headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark, and has local offices across Europe, US and Asia.