CompoSecure produces more than one million dual interface metal cards

Over the last 18 months, CompoSecure has shipped more than one million dual-interface (contact and contactless) EMV-compliant credit and debit cards. The company holds a patent (and is waiting approval of another) on technology that enables the RFID antenna to be shielded from interference from the metal in the card. CompoSecure expects to ship its next one million dual-interface metal cards within six months.

CompoSecure’s largest markets for dual-interface cards are Europe, the U.S., and Canada. Cards are manufactured in the company’s two plants in Somerset, New Jersey.

Read the full article: CompoSecure Metal Payment Cards (The Nilson Report)

October 12th, 2018|Categories: Client News|Tags: , , , , , , |

Murano Connect results in $10 billion to fund managers

Murano Connect, a leading financial services company that matches fund managers to allocators, today announced it has sourced opportunities that led to more than $10 billion in AUM for its clients. Murano offers an affordable alternative to third-party marketers or an in-house sales person, both of which are expensive, by enabling niche hedge and mutual funds, mid-sized private equity, alternatives and fund to funds to grow.

“Murano’s methodology identifies philosophic and strategic alignment between allocators and fund managers,” said Ole Rollag, CEO of Murano Connect. “But the key to our success is selectivity. We accept less than 10 percent of the funds that apply for our service.”

Read the full release: Murano Connect Results in $10 Billion to Fund Managers

October 11th, 2018|Categories: Client News|Tags: , , , , , |

CrowdOut’s Alexander Schoenbaum talks to Tearsheet about the future of lending in 2019 and beyond

Tearsheet asked some of the top experts in online lending, including CrowdOut’s Alexander Schoenbaum, to describe what they feel are the top trends in their businesses.

“We believe that the biggest trend in online lending will be a search for diversity and differentiation,” said Schoenbaum. “With most investors now having found real estate and consumer lending platforms – and spreads compressing from an excess of capital and completion – they will look to alternative credit products that have not saturated the market…”

Read the full article: 17 experts chime in on the future of lending in 2019 and beyond (Tearsheet)

October 5th, 2018|Categories: Client News|Tags: , , , , |