Published on Dec 30, 2018
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Mastercard's Stake in Global Politics and Finance
"Ajay Singh Banga" = 119 (English Ordinal)
"Ajay Singh Banga" = 56 (Full Reduction)
"Ajay Singh Banga" = 947 (English Extended)
"Ajay Singh Banga" = 609 (Satanic)
"Ajay Singh Banga" = 1207 (Jewish)
"Ajay Singh Banga" = 33 (Chaldean)
"Ajay Banga" = 377 (Satanic) 14th fib
"Ajay Banga" = 26 (Full Reduction)
Ajaypal "Ajay" Singh Banga (born 1960) is an Indian American business executive. He is the current president and chief executive officer of Mastercard. Mastercard announced on April 12, 2010 that Banga, previously Mastercard's president and chief operating officer, had been named by the Board of Directors to serve as the company’s president and chief executive officer, effective July 1, 2010. The company also announced that Banga would become a member of the Board of Directors, effective immediately.
Banga, 50, succeeded Robert W. Selander, who had been Mastercard's CEO since March 1997.
In February 2015, President Barack Obama appointed Banga to serve as a Member of the President's Advisory Committee for Trade Policy and Negotiations.
Presently, he is also the chairman of the U.S.-India Business Council (USIBC) representing more than three hundred of the largest international companies investing in India. He is also a member of the board of directors of the Dow Chemical Company; member of the Council on Foreign Relations; and member of International Business Council of the World Economic Forum.
The Government of India awarded him the civilian honour of the Padma Shri in 2016.
"Ajaypal Singh Banga" = 148 (English Ordinal)
"Ajaypal Singh Banga" = 888 (English Sumerian)
"Ajaypal Singh Banga" = 67 (Full Reduction)
(331 is the 67th prime number)
"Ajaypal Singh Banga" = 743 (Satanic) 132nd prime
"Ajaypal Singh Banga" = 311 (Reverse Ordinal)
"Ajaypal Singh Banga" = 45 (Chaldean)
Newly Unsealed Documents Show Top FDIC Officials Running Operation Choke Point.
Last week brought new revelations regarding Operation Choke Point, the Obama administration’s effort to freeze politically disfavored businesses out of the financial system. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-Mo.), who helped lead a multi-year effort to shut the program down, highlighted some of theses newest findings and pointed out that stopping Operation Choke Point is not a partisan issue.
Luetkemeyer’s legislation to prevent a redo of Choke Point – The Financial Institution Customer Protection Act of 2017 – overwhelmingly passed the House, with only two nay votes. Operation Choke Point was an egregious affront to the rule of law, so it is good to see that so many lawmakers want to prevent a repeat.
For those unfamiliar, Choke Point consisted of bureaucrats in several independent federal agencies taking it upon themselves to shut legal businesses – such as payday lenders and firearms dealers – out of the banking system. Given the nature of the U.S. regulatory framework, this operation was easy to pull off.
Officials at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), for instance, simply had to inform the banks they were overseeing that the government considered certain types of their customers “high risk.” The mere implication of a threat was enough to pressure banks into closing accounts, because no U.S. bank wants anything to do with extra audits or investigations from their regulator, much less additional operating restrictions or civil and criminal charges.
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