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Araminta Robertson

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https://www.mintcopywritingstudios.com/
Araminta is a Speaker, Podcaster and Fintech Writer who specializes in thought leadership, blog content and in-depth reports.

Why Are Direct Debits Making Way to Push Payments?

Are you a direct debit fan? You probably have direct debits for utility bills, gym subscriptions and more. You probably find direct debits incredibly convenient. But do you know what push payments are? And did you know that they might be taking over direct debits?

What is Purpose Driven Banking?

A bank with a purpose. A few decades ago, that may have sounded like an oxymoron. Nowadays, it seems...

Open Banking for Good: reshaping the debt management

Open banking allows financial institutions to share financial information with each other securely.

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