Published on Globe and Mail July 19, 2019
“I believe there are four key steps to building a foundation of trust when transitioning into a leadership position, whether it’s your first time in management or you’re taking the next step in your career.” Mark Frey, President at Cambridge Global Payments, told the Globe and Mail.
Read the full article here: Four key steps to remember when moving into a leadership role
Published on Reuters July 11, 2019
“It’s unlikely the Fed will be swayed from lowering interest rates as an insurance policy against future economic weakness,” said Matthew Eidinger, Fintech Specialist at Cambridge Global Payments in Montreal. Read the full Reuters article here: https://reut.rs/2XRjTzt
Published on BNN Bloomberg July 10, 2019
Karl Schamotta, chief market strategist at Cambridge Global Payments, joins BNN Bloomberg to discuss how the Canadian dollar is reacting to the Bank of Canada’s decision to keep rates on hold. Watch the video here: https://bit.ly/2NN0b3T
Published on PYMNTS.com July 10, 2019
“Invoice processing has historically been a manual process that consumed a lot of time and money,” said Cambridge Global Payments President Mark Frey in a statement. “Our Invoice Automation Solution provides businesses with a simple, secure solution — from invoice receipt, to payment remittance, through to reconciliation, saving time and improving data collection and reporting processes.”
Read the full PYMNTS article here: https://bit.ly/30tLcgJ
Published on CBC Radio One July 8, 2019
“If confidence falls, the flow of money into large Chinese companies could drop significantly,” Karl Schamotta said, “at a time when China is already facing severe economic challenges.” Read the full CBC Radio article here: https://bit.ly/30iJeQc
Published on The Grower July 4, 2019
Karl Schamotta, Chief Market Strategist at Cambridge Global Payments, spoke with The Grower’s Karen Davidson about the effects of global volatility on the agricultural sector. “Building a stable financial foundation is the key to capitalizing on all the changes occurring in an increasingly turbulent global economy,” said Schamotta.
Read the full The Grower article here: https://bit.ly/2LGj71L