Financial Transaction Corporation (FTC) is an American FinTech startup with European core shareholders. The establishment of FTC in Miami, USA laid the foundation for a revolution in business to business payment transactions, both legally and technologically.
The technological implementation and operation of the platform is made possible by CPB Software AG International.
FTC has set itself the goal of becoming the leading payment platform for business transactions and to revolutionise payment transactions between companies. We want to offer industries neutral support for all companies to enable them to conduct their business securely via FTC payment transactions.
Our product will help you save a lot of time and money, exclude many risks and simplify your existing method of payment.
CPB SOFTWARE AG is a successful international group of companies with subsidiaries in Austria and Germany. CPB develops and maintains high-quality software products for banks, runs applications at their own computer centers (ASP+) and conducts business processes (BPO+) e.g. in the securities back office.Over 500 well-known local and international clients from the financial services sector and public authorities are already benefiting from CPB’s unique combination of specialist banking expertise and in-depth technological know-how. The services and software products provided by CPB SOFTWARE AG target the needs of banks, their sales partners, asset and fund managers and investment companies. This makes CPB SOFTWARE AG to a competent partner and a solutions provider we can depend on.
Roske Schumann & Burghart LLP was founded in 2003. It is a full service firm with eight lawyers that advises companies from Germany, Switzerland, and Austria. The firm provides business-oriented and cost-effective services in the areas relevant to its clients’ operational business. These include company formation, M&A, product liability protection work, data protection issues, commercial contracts, intellectual property, corporate governance, visa & work permits, employment, and—if necessary—litigation and arbitration.