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  2. American Express - Wikipedia

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    In 1850, American Express was started as an express mail business in Buffalo, New York. It was founded as a joint-stock corporation by the merger of the express companies owned by Henry Wells (Wells & Company), William G. Fargo (Livingston, Fargo & Company), and John Warren Butterfield (Wells, Butterfield & Company, the successor earlier in 1850 of Butterfield, Wasson & Company).

  3. Corporation Bank - Wikipedia

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    Corporation Bank was a public-sector banking company headquartered in Mangalore, India.The bank had a pan-Indian presence. Presently, the bank has a network of 2,432 fully automated CBS branches, 3,040 ATMs, and 4,724 branchless banking units across the country.

  4. Debit Mastercard - Wikipedia

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    Debit Mastercard is a brand of debit cards provided by Mastercard.They use the same systems as standard Mastercard credit cards but they do not use a line of credit to the customer, instead relying on funds that the customer has in their bank account.

  5. Card scheme - Wikipedia

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    Card schemes are payment networks linked to payment cards, such as debit or credit cards, of which a bank or any other eligible financial institution can become a member. By becoming a member of the scheme, the member then gets the possibility to issue cards or acquire merchants operating on the network of that card scheme.

  6. Maestro (debit card) - Wikipedia

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    Maestro is a PIN-based debit card network closely related to the Cirrus ATM network, also owned by Mastercard. Like other PIN-debit networks in the U.S., Maestro there relies solely on a standard card and PIN, without a chip; signature-debit transactions in the U.S. are handled through the main Mastercard network or the rival Visa network.

  7. Girocard - Wikipedia

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    girocard is an interbank network and debit card service connecting virtually all German ATMs and banks. It is based on standards and agreements developed by the German Banking Industry Committee. German girocards are usually co-branded with Mastercard's Maestro/Cirrus or Visa's V Pay logo, allowing cardholders to use them in other European ...

  8. BC Card - Wikipedia

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    BC Card (Hangul: 비씨카드) is a South Korean financial services company headquartered in Seoul.South Korea's largest payment processing company, it provides end-to-end payment services, primarily to financial institutions, as well as to local merchants through its subsidiary company Smartro; credit cards, debit cards and prepaid cards; local brand network operation under the brand of "BC ...

  9. Small Industries Development Bank of India - Wikipedia

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    Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI) is the apex regulatory body for overall licensing and regulation of micro, small and medium enterprise finance companies in India.

  10. List of banks in India - Wikipedia

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    Bank Name Established Headquarters Branches Total Assets Revenues Ref Axis Bank: 2008: Mumbai, Maharashtra: 4,594 ₹ 1,010,325 crore (US$130 billion) ₹ 80,847 crore (US$10 billion) ...

  11. Karur Vysya Bank - Wikipedia

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    It has 779 branches and network of 1659 ATMs and around 565 cash deposit machines as on 31 March 2020. KVB has recorded a Total Business of ₹107,591 crore with deposits of ₹59,075 crore and advances of ₹48,516 crore .