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Feb 19, 2023 (The Expresswire) -- [103 Insights] Top “Financial Software And Financial Information Service Market” Size 2023 Key players Profiled in the Report are [, Gomoxie, Oracle, Tripwire, Kaspersky, Trendmicro, Checkpoint, NCR, Cigital, Luxoft, Beyondtrust,] most important, influential, or successful companies, brands, or individuals within a Financial Software And Financial Information Service market 2023 to 2029.

Short Description About Financial Software And Financial Information Service Market:

Complete Overview of the Global Financial Software And Financial Information Service Market: -Providing a complete overview of the global Financial Software And Financial Information Service market is a complex task, as there are many different markets and industries around the world. However, I can provide a high-level summary of some of the key trends and factors that are currently impacting the global Financial Software And Financial Information Service market. Economic Growth, Technology, E-commerce, Globalization, Sustainability, Demographics, Political and regulatory risks These are just a few of the many factors that are currently shaping the global market. It is a dynamic and ever-changing environment, and businesses that are able to adapt to new trends and challenges are likely to be the most successful.

Financial Software And Financial Information Service Market Provides High-class Data: - It is true that the global Financial Software And Financial Information Service market provides a wealth of high-quality data for businesses and investors to analyse and make informed decisions. There are many different sources of market data, including government statistics, industry reports, financial news, and market research firms. Some of the key types of data that are available from the global Financial Software And Financial Information Service market include, Economic data, Financial data, Industry data, Consumer data However, it is important to carefully evaluate the quality and reliability of data sources and to use multiple sources of data to gain a more complete understanding of the Financial Software And Financial Information Service market.

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Top Country Data and Analysis: - for United States, Canada, Mexico, Germany, France, United Kingdom, Russia, Italy, China, Japan, Korea, India, Southeast Asia, Australia, Brazil and Saudi Arabia, etc. It also throws light on the progress of key regional Financial Software And Financial Information Service Markets such as North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America and Middle East and Africa

Description and Analysis of Financial Software And Financial Information Service market: - Financial Software And Financial Information Service Market analysis is the process of evaluating market conditions and trends in order to make informed business decisions. A market can refer to a specific geographic location, particular industry or sector, develop strategies for entering or expanding in a particular Financial Software And Financial Information Service market.

Financial Software And Financial Information Service Market analysis can also involve forecasting future market trends and conditions, based on factors like technological change, regulatory developments, or demographic shifts. This can be used to develop long-term strategic plans and to identify potential risks and opportunities for growth.

Overall, market analysis is an important tool for businesses looking to enter or expand in a particular Financial Software And Financial Information Service market. By carefully evaluating Financial Software And Financial Information Service market conditions and trends, businesses can make more informed decisions and develop strategies that are better aligned with customer needs and Financial Software And Financial Information Service market opportunities.

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Financial Software And Financial Information Service Marketsize, segment (mainly coveringMajorType (, Financial Software, Financial Information Service, ,),End Users (, Government sector, Defense sector, Education and Academia sectors, BFSI sector, IT sector, Others,), and regions), exact status, development trendsa and competitor landscape. Furthermore, the 103 pages report provides detailed cost analysis, supply chain.

Technological innovation and advancement will further optimize the performance of the product, making it more widely used in downstream end users. Also, Consumer behaviour analysis and market dynamics (drivers, restraints, opportunities) provides crucial information for knowing the Financial Software And Financial Information Service market.

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Market segment by Region/Country including: -

● North America (United States, Canada, and Mexico) ● Europe (Germany, UK, France, Italy, Russia and Spain, etc.) ● Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India, Australia, Southeast Asia, etc.) ● South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, etc.) ● Middle East and Africa (South Africa, UAE, Saudi Arabia, etc.)

User center of Financial Software And Financial Information Service market 2023

    Yes. As the COVID-19 and the Russia-Ukraine war are profoundly affecting the global supply chain relationship and raw material price system, we have definitely taken them into consideration throughout the research, and we elaborate at full length on the impact of the pandemic and the war on the Precious Metals Industry.

    Final Report will add the analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on this industry.


    The Global Financial Software And Financial Information Service market is anticipated to rise at a considerable rate during the forecast period. the market is growing at a steady rate and with the rising adoption of strategies by key players, the market is expected to rise over the projected horizon.

    Financial Software And Financial Information Service Market -SegmentationAnalysis:

    Report further studies the market development status and future Financial Software And Financial Information Service Market trend across the world. Also, it splits Financial Software And Financial Information Service market Segmentation by Type and by Applications to fully and deeply research and reveal market profile and prospects.

    Segment by Type

    ● Financial Software ● Financial Information Service

    Which growth factors drives the Financial Software And Financial Information Service market growth?

    Increasing use of is expected to drive the growth of the Financial Software And Financial Information Service Market.

    Segment by Application

    ● Government sector ● Defense sector ● Education and Academia sectors ● BFSI sector ● IT sector ● Others

    Which market dynamics affect the business?

    The report provides a detailed evaluation of the market by highlighting information on different aspects which include drivers, restraints, opportunities, and threats. This information can help stakeholders to make appropriate decisions before investing.

    It also provides accurate information and cutting-edge analysis that is necessary to formulate an ideal business plan, and to define the right path for rapid growth for all involved industry players. With this information, stakeholders will be more capable of developing new strategies, which focus on market opportunities that will benefit them, making their business endeavors profitable in the process.

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    Financial Software And Financial Information Service Market - Competitive Analysis:

      With the aim of clearly revealing the competitive situation of the industry, we concretely analyze not only the leading enterprises that have a voice on a global scale, but also the regional small and medium-sized companies that play key roles and have plenty of potential growth.
      Please find the key player list in Summary.

      Financial Software And Financial Information Service Industry leading players are the ones that have the biggest impact, the most market shares 2023, the best reputation, or the highest revenue within their field they are

      Who are the Leading Players in Financial Software And Financial Information Service Market?

      ● Gomoxie ● Oracle ● Tripwire ● Kaspersky ● Trendmicro ● Checkpoint ● NCR ● Cigital ● Luxoft ● Beyondtrust

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        Both Primary and Secondary data sources are being used while compiling the report.
        Primary sources include extensive interviews of key opinion leaders and industry experts (such as experienced front-line staff, directors, CEOs, and marketing executives), downstream distributors, as well as end-users.
        Secondary sources include the research of the annual and financial reports of the top companies, public files, new journals, etc. We also cooperate with some third-party databases.

        Please find a more complete list of data sources in Chapters:

        1.To study and analyze the global Financial Software And Financial Information Service consumption (value) by key regions/countries, product type and application

        2.To understand the structure of Financial Software And Financial Information Service Market by identifying its various sub segments.

        3.Focuses on the key global Financial Software And Financial Information Service manufacturers, to define, describe and analyze the value, market share, market competition landscape, Porter's five forces analysis, SWOT analysis and development plans in next few years.

        4.To analyze the Financial Software And Financial Information Service with respect to individual growth trends, future prospects, and their contribution to the total market.

        5.To share detailed information about the key factors influencing the growth of the market (growth potential, opportunities, drivers, industry-specific challenges and risks).

        6.To project the consumption of Financial Software And Financial Information Service submarkets, with respect to key regions (along with their respective key countries).

        7.To analyze competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches, and acquisitions in the market.

        8.To strategically profile the key players and comprehensively analyze their growth strategies.

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        Major Points from Table of Contents

        1 Market Overview

        1.1 Financial Software And Financial Information Service Introduction

        1.2 Market Analysis by Type

        1.3 Market Analysis by Applications

        1.4 Market Analysis by Regions

        1.5 Market Dynamics

        2 Manufacturers Profiles

        3 Global Financial Software And Financial Information Service Market Competition, by Manufacturer

        4 Global Financial Software And Financial Information Service Market Analysis by Regions

        5 North America Financial Software And Financial Information Service by Countries

        6 Europe Financial Software And Financial Information Service by Countries

        7 Asia-Pacific Financial Software And Financial Information Service by Countries

        8 Latin America, Middle and Africa Financial Software And Financial Information Service by Countries

        9 Financial Software And Financial Information Service Market Segment by Type

        10 Financial Software And Financial Information Service Market Segment by Application

        11 Financial Software And Financial Information Service Market Forecast (2016-2021)

        12 Sales Channel, Distributors, Traders and Dealers

        13 Appendix

        13.1 Methodology

        13.2 Data Source

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Illiteracy, both in words and numbers, is the foundation of financial struggle. If people are having difficulties financially, there is something they cannot read, either in numbers or in words. Something is misunderstood. The rich are rich because they are more literate in different areas than people who struggle financially. So if you want to be rich and maintain your wealth, it’s is important to be financially literate, in words as well as in numbers – Robert Kiyosaki

My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge. Because you have rejected knowledge, I also will reject you from being priest for Me; Because you have forgotten the law of your God, I also will forget your children – Hosea 4:6

Like all learning, financial education is a process that should begin at an early age and continue throughout life. This cumulative process builds the skills necessary for making critical financial decisions that affect one’s ability to attain the assets, such as education, property, and savings, that Improve economic well-being – Alan Greenspan

During a telephone conversation with my Billionaire Friend, we agreed on the need to meet to review how far we have gone with the conversation series, especially as he had said that the articles that had been published so far dealt only with the foundation for building wealth. He said we needed to move to the next phase of the seven pillars for building enduring wealth. We agreed on the time, and at the appointed time, I was in his house. We met in a little open shed with another individual already seated. My Friend was in short knickers with a bowler’s hat, and I could sense he was generally happy. He later introduced the young man as one of his protégés who had done extremely well for himself and had just visited on a courtesy call. In a few minutes, the guy was gone, and we started our review talk in earnest. We reviewed the reactions from readers, and we agreed that the series was making a necessary impact.

On the overview, he said what he was sharing with me would cover what he described as the Seven Pillars of Wealth. This, according to him, would enable us to move methodically and in sequence. Here are the seven pillars as explained by my Billionaire Friend.


Here we deal with explaining why it is important to understand the essence of wealth-building endeavours. As it has been explained in some of the articles published so far, the reason God would give an individual the power to be wealthy is for him to be God’s treasurer and trustee, intelligently distributing the wealth he has accumulated to worthy causes. If a wealth builder fails to understand this essence, his wealth-building endeavours would have no meaning. So, understanding the real purpose for building wealth is critical for those who want to be part of the series we have started.


This involves identifying and dealing with some limiting beliefs and mindsets that need to be identified and eliminated before real wealth-building can start. We have treated this under some of the articles we have published so far.


Under this, we shall be focusing on the pathways to creating wealth which could take different approaches/routes: creating wealth by working for others, investing, and partnering with employers. The message here is that there is no single route to building wealth. You can build wealth as an employee, as a self-employed person, as a business owner with wealth-creating systems firmly in place, or as an investor who can operate from any prism once he understands the dynamics of what it takes to be an investor.


Under this, we shall be dealing with all aspects of wealth-building that focus on the intelligent deployment of the wealth we have already created with the understanding that if this is done properly, more wealth can be created.


Under this, we shall be looking at how to increase the velocity of wealth creation by creating assignments and messages for wealth that enable it to produce income that is beyond direct personal efforts. Here we shall be discussing how to send your money on profitable assignments with the ultimate aim of getting it to produce passive incomes. We shall be dealing with strategies for making this happen.


Under this, we shall be looking at all aspects of wealth creation that make it self-perpetuating. Real wealth is created when it is perpetuated beyond the generation that created the wealth, up to the fourth generation or even more.


Here we shall be dealing with understanding the real reason for God allowing us the power to build wealth. We are blessed essentially to be a blessing. When we are sufficiently detached from the outcome of the wealth we are creating, we have succeeded in partnering with the Higher Power to ensure the proper distribution of wealth. Under this, we shall be dealing with personal and corporate philanthropies and the strategies for creating impactful ones.

We both agreed that we had covered sufficient syllabus under both pillars 1 and 2, and we needed to move to the next pillar: creating wealth. By the time we finished the overview, it was already getting late, so my Billionaire Friend suggested I should send my proposed subject to him on WhatsApp with the signpost questions as usual, and he would make a voice note on the subject of the week. Without wasting time, once I got home, I sent this suggested topic:


I also included 10 signpost questions to guide his treatment of the subject.

A few minutes after, he replied thus:

Ayo: Please can I shorten our week’s subject to:

We agreed it was good to go, and he promised to send his voice note on the subject to me the following day. And he did. But what followed after the voice notes were transcribed took our conversation to a very sensitive area. From my experience as a financial journalist, I have observed that many people tune off completely when you are sharing anything technical; they would want you to break things down or come to their level, as some would put it. So I sent this note to my Billionaire Friend, along with the draft of the transcribed voice notes:

“Greetings, sir. Please find above the transcription of your voice notes. To carry the readers along, I suggest you use examples and, where possible, definitions and/or explanations of some of the technical expressions used.

“It may also be a good idea to take one or two per session and expand the ones in focus with practical examples to illustrate. We can also use stories. My observation over the years is that a lot of people are scared of financial information. My thoughts, sir. Otherwise, a very powerful educational series.”

In less than 10 minutes, my Billionaire Friend fired back with this:
“Ayo: This chosen subject is very technical ooo. I have used as simple a language as possible. I will try to satisfy you as much as possible. Sulphuric acid is H2SO4, and Hydrochloric acid is HCL, Potassium Sulphate is PSO4. Do you have a way to make these chemical equations as simple as you desire?”

We spoke extensively over the phone, discussing this particular subject. I just sat down where I was to ponder on the essence of what he was saying. He argued that wealth-building has its register, and those who desire to play there must acquire the language of the trade just as you cannot fly a plane if you do not go to the aviation school to learn the craft.

Eventually, I sent this note back to him:

“Don’t worry, sir. Just do your best. That is why this is a partnership project. I will employ my journalism skills to put sweets around the whole concept. God will help us. Hydrochloric acid remains HCL!.”

Interestingly after sending that note to him, I could not but continue to ponder on the validity of the point he was trying to pass across. As I sat there still pondering, in a flash, I just recollected how I started a career in journalism and the training process that I had to undergo.

I obtained my first degree in Political Science, and later my master’s in the same discipline. My aspiration was to obtain a PhD so that I could end up as a graduate assistant. But while in my final year at the University of Ife, preparing for my last semester exams, a mysterious event happened that made it impossible for me to graduate. I was the best part-four student in the department, but for that mysterious event, I had to repeat the final class: I could not graduate with my classmates (I have shared this in my book, THE MILLIONAIRES’ CAPSULES). To put it mildly, I was devastated.

While I was alone on campus, I had to meditate and pray to God, for I did not know what to do. Before that experience, I had developed a consuming passion for Newswatch Magazine, especially their in-depth style of writing reports. While I was on campus waiting to do my reseat exam, I decided to write a few articles which were published by The Sketch and National Concord newspapers. I was very excited. I wrote in my diary that I would like to be a journalist.

Eventually, for my National Youth Service (NYSC), I was posted to serve at a secondary school in Ijebu Ode, Ogun State. While at the school, I set up a press club, and one of the activities was studying the news at the assembly every Wednesday morning. It was so popular that people around the school would sometimes be gathered to listen to the news. An idea occurred to me to launch the press club. I did, and I was able to draw to the place journalists I had always admired. Yanju Adegbite of Broadcasting Corporation of Oyo State (BCOS) and Soji Akinrinade of Newswatch were both there. In a way I could not explain, I found myself dropping my academic ambition and switching to starting a career as a journalist. Eventually, I was given a job at National Concord as a proofreader. I chose that to enable me to acquire the necessary training in journalism . It was while at National Concord that I enrolled at the Nigerian Institute of Journalism, Ogba, Ikeja, Lagos State for a postgraduate diploma in Journalism, where I got the Director’s Prize for the Overall All-round Best Student at the end of the programme.

By divine intervention, when I moved to African Concord Magazine, the then editor, Mr Bayo Onanuga (now Managing Director and Editor-in-chief of The News), persuaded me to join the business desk. I protested, suggesting he should post me to their political desk. He made me understand that the only place he could place me was the business desk, especially since the guy covering the business desk was on leave. I had to accept his offer but with a lot of trepidation. I was truly scared. To compound the matter, the first assignment he gave me was to cover the stock market at the Nigerian Stock Exchange. When I got to the floor of the exchange the following day, I was completely lost as the stockbrokers were shouting at the top of their voices, “offering and bidding”, a language that was completely strange to me.

It was a Monday, and I needed to file my report on Wednesday. I figured a disaster was lurking since I did not understand what took place on the exchange, talkless of filling a story. Eventually, I devised an agenda. I walked up to a stockbroker by the name of Dele Lateef. He was working with Marriot Securities at that time. I explained my dilemma to him, and good enough, he responded positively, and he asked me to follow him to his office, where he explained everything in the daily official list to me. We became friends, and I became a regular visitor to his office. Eventually, I filled in a story. Even though it was not used, my editor saw potential in me and asked me to repeat my visits to the exchange. I decided to give it all it would take. My first story was eventually published after about four months of amateur reporting. At that point, there was no going back. I started to buy and read financial newspapers. I also subscribed to a journal called Arbitrage Stock Guide, published by Dr Olasenni Akintola Bello, a former commissioner for Finance in Ogun State.

One day while in the office, a lady with the United States information service, who had just been posted to Nigeria to find out how to enhance capacity for financial reporting in the country, invited me for a breakfast discussion. I guess she was impressed because not long after our meeting, she facilitated my trip to the United States of America on the International Visitors Programme, where I joined 12 other journalists from 12 other countries where we were taken around seven states on a tour of different media establishments in the US.

Three years later, I won a Reuters Award, which took me to their office in London, where, for three weeks, we were exposed to deep training on how to simplify financial reporting. On my return, I joined Financial Standard as the founding CEO. I needed to implement the skill I had just been exposed to. I deliberately recruited a few journalists who had no financial background. While Joseph Ode, an economist, was the editor, I got Simon Kolawole, publisher of the Cable, who was a graduate of Mass Communication, to be his deputy. Another reporter we recruited was Samuel Ibiyemi, now Publisher of News Direct, who was a recruit in the army with no journalism background. Before we started, we organised a one-week training on how to interpret financial information. Publishing financial stories in an easily digestible format was one of the features that made Financial Standard popular.

Recalling this story, it occurred to me that my Billionaire Friend was right. There was no way I could have gone far in financial reporting without those training programmes I went through.

I put a call through to my Billionaire Friend, and I shared my experience with him:

His response:


“That’s what I was trying to put across. Those who desire to build wealth in the way we are presenting it must do what is required to acquire the language of the trade. As wealth builders, we are guided by the simple English adage that says: do not go near water unless you have learned to swim. In wealth building, we must be guided by basic knowledge of finance and seek to commence our wealth building process, with some good financial literacy, to develop the ability to understand and effectively use financial skills for wealth building.

“Knowledge of financial skills considerably helps to build and sustain wealth. This includes understanding the basic elements of budgeting, credit management, financial management, insurance, credit/interest management, the intricate issues of risk and return trade-offs with investments, understanding the time value of money and the analysis of return and opportunity costs. It involves a good understanding of how to handle cash better and be able to manoeuvre in between the currencies of different nations while engaged in the process of possible international transactions during wealth building. It also includes preparing and better positioning for wealth builders’ banking interactions and, as of prime importance, avoiding making poor financial judgements and decisions during the process of building and sustaining wealth by wealth builders”.

“Generally, good basic financial knowledge, therefore, is a very necessary prerequisite for successfully building and sustaining wealth. Interestingly, it does not require too much classroom schooling; but involves continuous commitment and dedication to acquiring needed financial knowledge as far as possible. There are examples of people, even in Nigeria, who have greatly built wealth and are successfully competing against major world brands. Examples of such people in Nigeria are Chief Samuel Adedoyin and the group chairman of BIGI mineral waters production at Ososa, near Ijebu Ode, who have successfully built solid wealth in this wise and are making Nigeria proud. These two exemplary wealth-builders have also managed banks as chairmen of Nigerian banks. Another that comes to mind with such little schooling background but great and successful wealth-builders is the late Chief Odutola, who built vast wealth-producing tyres and many other successful brands. They successfully used their acquired classroom schooling basic financial knowledge to build and effectively manage their vast wealth to make sound financial decisions. Acquiring financial knowledge generally helps wealth builders to spend less than they earn, make money work for them, and prepare them for some unexpected in future”.

My Billionaire Friend and I agreed that while we would try to simplify things, we must alert our readers that those who truly want to build wealth must be willing to invest in training on basic financial literacy.

How then should wealth builders acquire financial literacy? My Billionaire Friend offered a few suggestions:


“One is tempted at this stage to ask about how wealth builders acquire the basic financial knowledge that is being discussed here since not all wealth builders must necessarily have studied finance, investment, and economics in school. A medical doctor, fashion, designer, etc., who are without solid education in financial management, but who can still acquire the basic financial knowledge discussed here, as follows”:


“Many of us have read the CV of Peter Obi, the former governor of Anambra state and current Nigerian presidential aspirant. His CV contains a long list of short-term courses that he has taken at Harvard, Oxford, Cambridge, etc., for systematically and continuously acquiring knowledge in short term courses for building his wealth and solid reputation. The same goes for many successful wealth-builders like Aig Imoukhuede, as earlier discussed in this series, for building his Access Bank group along with his partner, Herbert Wigwe. The same goes for Olusegun Osunkeye, Prince Yemisi Shyllon, Tony Elumelu, Seun Adetu, etc., in the process of building their manageable wealth. They are all known to have enrolled in short-term courses at many institutions of repute to acquire knowledge and build wealth”.


“Another way wealth builders gain the financial knowledge already exposed here is to learn from experts, asking them critical questions, which develops them. Wealth builders should not be shy from identifying mentors who can assist them in acquiring basic financial knowledge to help them build and sustain wealth”.


“Another method for obtaining basic financial knowledge is generally via newspapers, journals, seminars and magazines. There are many seminars available for acquiring basic knowledge of financial and investment management. This can be sought out on Instagram, the internet etc., etc. Wealth builders must also get familiar with financial tools and apps that are available via information technology platforms. This is an all-time tool that wealth builders can acquire towards enhancing and sustaining their wealth”.

“In general, financial knowledge is very necessary for not only building but also sustaining wealth to Improve the financial situations of their investments and contribute to the development and growth of their families, society, nation, and the world”.

We have to stop this week. Tighten your belt as we shall start a conversation around where aspiring wealth builders need to acquire financial literacy.

I can’t wait to catch up with you next week.

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“In general, financial knowledge is very necessary for not only building but also sustaining the wealth built by wealth-builders with a view to improving the financial situations of their investments and contributing to the development and growth of their families, society, nation, and the world”.
We both agreed that while we would try to simplify things, we must alert our readers that those who truly want to build wealth must be willing to invest in training on basic financial literacy

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Killexams : GTE Financial Announces Acquisition of Local Insurance Group Serving Hispanic Community

TAMPA, FL (February 16, 2023) — GTE Financial, one of Tampa Bay’s leading financial institutions, has acquired Blue Star Insurance Group Inc., a local and regional agency focusing on auto, home, business, life, and health insurance. The acquisition helps the credit union expand its insurance offerings into Tampa’s Hispanic market.

“The acquisition of Blue Star Insurance Group aligns with our ongoing mission to positively support our Hispanic community,” comments Jeffrey Williams, VP of CUSOs, Wealth, and Private Bank at GTE Financial. “With 18.5% of our total membership being Hispanic and 36% of our total employees, we have the right talent and resources to assist with Blue Star’s customer base.”

The acquisition of Blue Star positions GTE to help other credit unions offer services to their members. The credit union hopes this will develop the credit union community by providing opportunities for other organizations to deepen their service offering for members.

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GTE Financial is a not-for-profit financial cooperative located throughout West Central Florida with over $2 billion in assets and 23 Community Financial Centers. Chartered in 1935, GTE Financial is locally owned and operated in the Tampa Bay area, serving more than 230,000 individuals and businesses. For more information on GTE Financial, visit

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As of February 17, 2023, Bellevue Life Sciences Acquisition Corp had a $65.3 million market capitalization, putting it in the 27th percentile of companies in the Investment Holding Companies industry.

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WEST CHESTER, Pa., Jan. 12, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Wealthcare Advisory Partners LLC ("Wealthcare" or the "Company"), a technology-enabled full-service RIA that supports independent financial advisors and a NewSpring Holdings platform company, today announced the acquisition of Sommers Financial Management ("Sommers Financial"). This deal marks Wealthcare's third RIA acquisition in the past six months and expands the Company's presence in the direct advisory market.

With advisors in Scappoose, OR, and Tucson, AZ, Sommers Financial was founded in 2002 and advises on more than $100 million in assets under management ("AUM"). Following this acquisition, Wealthcare's advisor team includes more than 150 wealth management advisors across the country with $5 billion in AUM.

"We are thrilled to partner with Adam Sommers and the entire Sommers Financial team. Adam has built a top-notch organization that focuses on holistic financial planning and goals-linked investment solutions, the exact philosophy that Wealthcare has built our entire business upon," says Matt Regan, President of Wealthcare. "We will work diligently together to continue Sommers Financial's superior client engagement and impressive growth as they transition into the Wealthcare network. Our integrator approach to M&A growth enables our group to benefit from the experience of our new partners while we strengthen our comprehensive offering for advisors. We look forward to learning from the Sommers team as we strive to make Wealthcare even better."

Led by founder Adam Sommers, the Sommers Financial team will remain fully engaged with their clients. Sommers Financial's goal of planning effectively and investing efficiently for their clients will be enhanced through their access to Wealthcare's proprietary goals-based technology platform and its broader wealth management services offering.

Sommers states, "I'm excited to join Wealthcare, a firm that shares our values and offers a compelling solution through their proprietary technology and industry-leading support services. The Sommers team has always excelled at servicing our clients, and this combination will provide us an even greater ability to focus on driving successful client outcomes."

"Congrats to the Sommers Financial and Wealthcare teams on this exciting acquisition," says Jim Ashton, General Partner NewSpring Holdings. "This partnership underscores Wealthcare's commitment to provide like-minded wealth management practices an industry-leading platform that leverages a robust technology and servicing offering to enhance the client experience."  

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Wealthcare architected its original goals-based planning and investing methodology more than 20 years ago and holds 12 patents on its established goals management process. Powered by its patented Comfort Zone®, Wealthcare's approach features innovative, personalized experiences and step-by-step tools that create deeper relationships between advisors and investors. Wealthcare empowers firms and advisors to go independent and grow their advisory businesses by providing GDX360® – Wealthcare's proven fiduciary process that seamlessly integrates planning, investing, and trading – and a full-suite of practice-management services.  Wealthcare comprises two RIAs, Wealthcare Advisory Partners LLC and Wealthcare Capital Management LLC. Learn more at

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NewSpring's dedicated holding company with a strategy focused on control buyouts and platform builds, brings a wealth of knowledge, experience, and resources to take profitable, growing companies to the next level through acquisitions and proven organic methodologies. Founded in 1999, NewSpring partners with the innovators, makers, and operators of high-performing companies in dynamic industries to catalyze new growth and seize compelling opportunities. The firm manages over $2.5 billion across five distinct strategies covering the spectrum from growth equity and control buyouts to mezzanine debt. Partnering with management teams to help develop their businesses into market leaders, NewSpring identifies opportunities and builds relationships using its network of industry leaders and influencers across a wide array of operational areas and industries. Visit NewSpring at

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Killexams : SUNL Investors Have Opportunity to Lead Sunlight Financial Holdings Inc. f/k/a Spartan Acquisition Corp. II Securities Fraud Lawsuit

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 8, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Glancy Prongay & Murray LLP ("GPM") announces that investors with substantial losses have opportunity to lead the securities fraud class action lawsuit against Sunlight Financial Holdings Inc. f/k/a Spartan Acquisition Corp. II ("Sunlight" or the "Company") SUNL.

Class Period: January 25, 2021September 28, 2023

Lead Plaintiff Deadline: February 14, 2023

If you wish to serve as lead plaintiff of the Sunlight lawsuit, you can submit your contact information at You can also contact Charles H. Linehan, of GPM at 310-201-9150, Toll-Free at 888-773-9224, or via email at to learn more about your rights.

The complaint filed alleges that, throughout the Class Period, Defendants failed to disclose to investors: (1) that the Company lacked effective underwriting and risk evaluation with respect to its contractor advance program; (2) that Sunlight lacked the oversight and periodic monitoring systems necessary to timely detect bad debt associated with its contractor advance program; (3) that the Company lacked effective internal controls over accounting and reporting of non-cash advance receivables; (4) that, as a result, the Company would be forced to take a non-cash advance receivables impairment charge exceeding $30 million; and (5) as a result, Defendants' statements about its business, operations, and prospects were materially false and misleading and/or lacked reasonable basis at all relevant times.

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Killexams : Macquarie share price continues to climb as acquisition speculations heat up

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The Macquarie Group Ltd (ASX: MQG) share price is finding plenty of support on Wednesday.

Shares in the $70.3 billion financial powerhouse are trading 2.47% higher to $195.04 in early afternoon trading. The positive reception places the company’s shares above yesterday’s high — a move followed by Macquarie’s third-quarter trading update.

Though, it’s talk of a potentially colossal acquisition in the future that might be capturing the minds of Macquarie shareholders today.

Where could Macquarie go hunting?

A challenging macro environment in the third quarter might have weighed on Macquarie’s annuity-style businesses, but its spare cash is in tip-top share.

According to the release, the investment bank’s surplus capital sat at $12.5 billion at the end of December 2023. The considerably conservative buffer has fuelled speculation that Macquarie could be preparing for a major move.

During the call yesterday, Jefferies Head of Banks Equity Australia, Brian Johnson, pointed this out when asking:

[…] it seems that you’re positioning for some kind of opportunities that may well present themselves. Could you give us a feeling of what might actually interest you in that space: whether it’s acquisitions or whatever. Can we just get a feeling about what this super strong balance sheet is for?

In response, Macquarie CEO Shemara Wikramanayake provided a host of reasons why the operating environment remains uncertain. Inflation, energy market volatility, and the climate transition are all examples of drivers for ‘a lot of dislocation’.

In that sort of environment, it behoves us to have capital in case there may be acquisitions. For example, in the asset manager in a Delaware-like opportunity, in terms of the correction that happened when we invested in that business.

The opportunity Wikramanayake is referencing is one where Macquarie snatched up US$125 billion worth of assets under management for $520 million by acquiring Delaware Investments in 2019.

However, the esteemed CEO also mentioned the Commodities and Global Markets (CGM) and the Banking and Financial Services divisions as potential areas for capital consumption. The banking sector is already bustling with consolidation — something that Macquarie might try its hand at.

Macquarie share price goes strength to strength

The market has broadly been on fire so far this year, with the S&P/ASX 200 Index (ASX: XJO) up more than 8%. However, this gain is put to shame by the massive 18.3% the Macquarie share price has returned already in 2023.

Recently, Don Hamson of Plato Investment Management named Macquarie as one company he is “quite positive on” for dividends this year. Speaking to The Motley Fool, Hamson highlighted the diversity of Macquarie’s revenues as one of its most attractive traits.

Based on the current Macquarie share price, the company trades on a price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio of 15 times.

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