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Gen. Robert E. Lee began moving part of his Army of Northern Virginia from the Old Dominion toward Pennsylvania on June 3, 1863. Lee believed his army needed to win a major victory on Northern soil if the South was to have a chance at winning the war. Transferring the fighting out of war-torn Virginia would allow the state time to heal while he sup…
 
So, what’s new in the world of crypto and compliance? To find out that and much more, check out our latest episode of In Check With Fintech. This week, Filip Perica, one of our Recruitment Consultants, had the pleasure of hosting Delphine Forma, OpenVASP Board Member and Senior Compliance Manager at BitMEX. Delphine is an experienced compliance off…
 
River Boots is a career synopsis, a training manual, a history book and one conservation officer’s slightly twisted view of a quarter century in the business. It is a sometimes “belly laughing” look at a profession that can turn deadly serious in a second and can leave tears running down your face from laughter a few minutes later. The 253 stories …
 
Illicit commerce was key to the survival of the mid-Atlantic colonies from the Golden Age of Piracy to the battles of the American Revolution. Out of this exciting time came beloved villains like Captain William Kidd and Black Sam Bellamy, as well as inspiring locals like Captain Shelley and James Forten. From the shores of New York to the oceans o…
 
Curious about current payment trends? Netcetera’s risk series covers 3DS & Risk monitoring, its impact on reducing fraud, and improving payment experience. Dive into the ins and outs of Risk Management with our 3-part video series in collaboration with Netcetera — the market leader in the DACH region for 3-D Secure authentication. In the third epis…
 
The City of McKeesport in southwestern Pennsylvania once had a population of more than fifty thousand people and a newspaper that dated back to the nineteenth century. Technology has caused massive disruption to American journalism, throwing thousands of reporters out of work, closing newsrooms, and leaving vast areas with few traditional news sour…
 
Citizen-soldier Strong Vincent was many things: Harvard graduate, lawyer, political speaker, descendent of pilgrims and religious refugees, husband, father, brother. But his greatest contribution to history is as the savior of the Federal left on the second day at Gettysburg, when he and his men held Little Round Top against overwhelming Confederat…
 
How does the future look for crypto and compliance? Find out that and much more in our latest episode of In Check With Fintech. This week, our Recruitment Consultant, Filip Perica, had the pleasure of hosting Wieger ten Have, Head of Compliance at Bitvavo. Throughout the episode, they delved into the differences between compliance in traditional fi…
 
From the French and Indian War to Oliver Hazard Perry at the Battle of Lake Erie, the city of Erie has a prideful place in the American story, but there also exists a seedy history of crime and murder. In 1905 Detective James "Jimmie" Higgins was mysteriously killed at Central High School and the drawn-out manhunt for his murderer occupied headline…
 
In 1868, Jacob Kaufmann, the nineteen-year-old son of a German farmer, stepped off a ship onto the shores of New York. His brother Isaac soon followed, and together they joined an immigrant community of German Jews selling sewing items to the coal miners and mill workers of western Pennsylvania. After opening merchant tailor shops in Pittsburgh’s N…
 
Union general John Reynolds was one of the most beloved and respected military leaders of the Civil War, yet beyond the battlefield, the captivating true story of his secret romance with Catherine "Kate" Mary Hewitt remains etched into his legacy. Clandestinely engaged before John marched off to war, the couple's love remained a secret. Kate made a…
 
An interview about the writings "The Life, Experience, and Gospel Labours of the Rt. Rev. Richard Allen" with historian and author Beverly Tomek. Beverly C. Tomek is Associate Professor of History and Associate Provost for Curriculum and Student Achievement at the University of Houston-Victoria.על ידי PCN - Pennsylvania Cable Network
 
An interview about the essays "Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania" with historian and author Jane Calvert. In 1767 a series of essays were published in the Pennsylvania Chronicle and Universal Advertiser that are known as “Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania.” They were written by John Dickinson in response to the British parliament’s Declarat…
 
What are some of the mistakes that fintech entrepreneurs often make? To find out that and more, check out our latest episode of In Check With Fintech! This week, our CEO, Rogier Rouppe van der Voort hosted Ivan Maryasin, CEO & Co-Founder at Monite, an embedded finance startup which lets B2B neobanks, SaaS companies, and marketplaces become B2B supe…
 
Where is the payments industry heading? This week, our CEO, Rogier Rouppe van der Voort was joined by Michael Bilotta, Head of Digital Goods and Services at Worldline, which provides robust and scalable global payment solutions to the world’s most recognizable eCommerce brands. Throughout the episode, they delved into the current trends and opportu…
 
Which areas are hot and happening within the fintech space? Find out that and much more in this episode of In Check With Fintech! Last week, we had the pleasure of hosting Anupam Majumdar, Principal at Flagship Advisory Partners, who joined our CEO, Rogier Rouppe van der Voort for a very interesting discussion about the developments within the fint…
 
The current global inflation is greatly impacting most sectors. However, what will its implications be for the fintech market? This week, we had the pleasure of hosting Anupam Majumdar, Principal at Flagship Advisory Partners, who joined our CEO, Rogier Rouppe van der Voort for a very interesting discussion about the developments within the fintech…
 
Imagine a fraud-free world, where companies can just focus on growing and scaling. Sounds wonderful, right? Well, that is what SEON is working to achieve! This week, our CEO, Rogier Rouppe van der Voort hosted Jimmy Fong, CCO at SEON. Together, they discussed the future of identity product offerings, product-led growth, risk management, digital foo…
 
Is manual invoice reporting a thing of the past? This week, our CEO, Rogier Rouppe van der Voort hosted Rom Lakritz, Co-Founder & CEO at Anchor. Together, they delved into the need for the automation of billing processes and the payments challenges that small companies face nowadays. Throughout the episode, Rom also explained how Anchor is redefini…
 
Can rule-based solutions beat the new types of fraud? Find out about that and much more on this week’s episode of In Check With Fintech. This week, our CEO, Rogier Rouppe van der Voort, hosted Hubert Rachwalski, CEO at Nethone. Together, they discussed the evolution of fraud attacks, and how companies can deal with the continuous development of fra…
 
On this episode of In Check with Fintech, our CEO, Rogier Rouppe van der Voort, was joined by Faysal Oudmine, CEO & Co-Founder at Fintecture. During their chat, they discussed payments digitization, collaborations with banks and regulators, opportunities within the B2B payments market, and more. Enjoy listening! 🎧…
 
The year 2021 marks the 50th anniversary of the disturbing song “Timothy.” Banned by radio stations and called "the worst song ever recorded," its lyrics about cannibalism in a Pennsylvania coal mine eerily parallel the real-life Sheppton disaster. Written by playwright Rupert Holmes, the Billboard hit launched the career of The Buoys. They went on…
 
We’re back with a very special episode of In Check with Fintech, recorded at the Money20/20 Money Pot during the biggest fintech event in Europe! On this episode, our CEO, Rogier Rouppe van der Voort, hosted Anthony Oduwole, CTO, CPO & Co-Founder at Verto. Together, they discussed cross-border payments, emerging markets, the future of Verto, and mo…
 
In 1973, Western music was banned in the People’s Republic of China. But in a remarkable breakthrough cultural exchange, the Philadelphia Orchestra conducted a tour of closed-off China, becoming the first American orchestra to visit the communist nation. Jennifer Lin’s "Beethoven in Beijing: Stories from the Philadelphia Orchestra's Historic Journe…
 
When Connecticut Yankees began to settle the Wyoming Valley in the 1760s, both the local Pennsylvanians and the powerful native Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) strenuously objected. The Connecticut Colony and William Penn had been granted the same land by King Charles II of England, resulting in the instigation of the Yankee-Pennamite Wars. In 1788, durin…
 
What is the key to the development of a company? Find out about that and much more on our latest episode of In Check With Fintech. This week, our CEO, Rogier Rouppe van der Voort, hosted Yuval Ziv, President at Nuvei. Together, they delved into the ins and outs of the payments industry. Yuval also shared interesting insights regarding the trends wi…
 
Over the years, many top historians have cited Major General Robert E. Rodes as the best division commander in Robert E. Lee’s vaunted army. Despite those accolades, Rodes faltered badly at Gettysburg, which stands as the only major blemish on his otherwise sterling record. Although his subordinates were guilty of significant blunders, Rodes shared…
 
Chester County was home to a diverse patchwork of religious communities, antislavery activists and free Black populations, all working to end the blight of slavery during the Civil War era. Kennett Square was known as the “hotbed of abolitionism,” with more Underground Railroad stations than anywhere else in the nation. Reverend John Miller Dickey …
 
Dive into the ins and outs of Risk Management with our 3-part video series in collaboration with Netcetera — the market leader in the DACH region for 3-D Secure authentication. In the second episode, our host and CEO Rogier Rouppe van der Voort speaks with Vlado Galevski from Netcetera - Software matters and Dewald Nolte from Entersekt. Together, t…
 
The Eastern Professional Basketball League (1946-78) was fast and physical, often played in tiny, smoke-filled gyms across the northeast and featuring the best players who just couldn’t make the NBA—many because of unofficial quotas on Black players, some because of scandals, and others because they weren’t quite good enough in the years when the N…
 
How do you manage expenses within your company?On this week’s episode of In Check with Fintech, we were delighted to host Rodolphe Ardant Co-Founder & CEO at Spendesk, who joined Rogier Rouppe van der Voort, for an insightful discussion about spend management within companies, entrepreneurship and Spendesk’s unicorn status. Rodolphe also gave an ov…
 
In "Philadelphia’s Germans: From Colonial Settlers to Enemy Aliens," Richard N. Juliani examines the social, cultural, and political life, along with the ethnic consciousness, of Philadelphia’s Germans, from their participation in the founding of the colony of Pennsylvania to the entry of the United States into World War I. This book focuses on the…
 
Johnstown is synonymous with floodwaters and steel. When the city was decimated by a flood of biblical proportions in 1889, it was considered one of the worst natural disasters in American history and gained global attention. Sadly, that deluge was only the first of three major floods to claim lives and wreak havoc in the region. The destruction in…
 
Welcome to In Check with Fintech! In this week’s episode, we were happy to host Ernst van Niekerk, Founder & CEO at Payaut, who joined Rogier Rouppe van de Voort, CEO at PCN, for an interesting chat about multi-PSP setup, payment orchestration, building a company from scratch, as well as Payaut’s recent investment, and the company’s plans for the f…
 
"American Workman" presents a comprehensive, novel reassessment of the life and work of one of America’s most influential self-taught artists, John Kane. With a full account of Kane’s life as a working man, including his time as a steelworker, coal miner, street paver, and commercial painter in and around Pittsburgh in the early twentieth century, …
 
In 1675, eastern North America descended into chaos. Virginia exploded into civil war, as rebel colonists decried the corruption of planter oligarchs and massacred allied Indians. Maryland colonists, gripped by fears that Catholics were conspiring with enemy Indians, rose up against their rulers. Separatist movements and ethnic riots swept through …
 
🎧 Welcome to In Check with Fintech! Michael Santner, Head of PSP DACH by Nets, joins PCN Head of DACH Morten Laufer to discuss his move to Nets, the merging of Nets and Nexi, and the commercial teams at Nets. He also discusses the developments unfolding within the industry and shares his insights into how he sees the future of e-commerce. Enjoy lis…
 
In her concise history Slavery and Abolition in Pennsylvania, Beverly Tomek corrects the long-held notion that slavery in the North was “not so bad” as, or somehow “more humane” than, in the South due to the presence of abolitionists. While the Quaker presence focused on moral and practical opposition to bondage, slavery was ubiquitous. Nevertheles…
 
Welcome to in Check with Fintech! This week we were delighted to have @Andrea Fernandez, Co-founder & CEO at @Vitamin, who joined Petula Marbler, Recruitment Consultant at PCN, to discuss female finance empowerment, financial literacy, and Vitamin’s goal to change the lives of women through financial independence. She also shared her personal story…
 
Italian arts and culture have been a significant influence on Philadelphia dating back to Thomas Jefferson and colonial times. Throughout the ensuing decades, Italian art and architecture styles flourished, and wealthy Philadelphians traveled to Italy and brought back objects to display in emerging institutions of art and culture. New immigration f…
 
Welcome to In Check with Fintech! Nabil Naimy, CEO at NORBr, joins PCN CEO Rogier Rouppe van der Voort to discuss Nabil's career trajectory and building the NORBr team. He shares his insights after 20 years working in payments and how fintech evolved out of payment. He also discusses payment as a critical part of e-commerce strategy and future inno…
 
Authors Jim McClure and Scott Mingus team up again to present more than two dozen perspectives and articles on the Civil War history of York County, Pennsylvania. That area was a key source of troops and supplies for the United States Army's war efforts, as well as a transportation hub. During the Gettysburg Campaign, one out of every seven soldier…
 
A thorough investigation of how Jane Jacobs’s ideas about the life and economy of great cities grew from her home city, Scranton Jane Jacobs’s First City vividly reveals how this influential thinker and writer’s classic works germinated in the once vibrant, mid-size city of Scranton, Pennsylvania, where Jane spent her initial eighteen years. In the…
 
Squirrel Hill, Pittsburgh, is one of the oldest Jewish neighborhoods in the country, known for its tight-knit community and the profusion of multigenerational families. On October 27, 2018, a gunman killed eleven Jews who were worshipping at the Tree of Life synagogue in Squirrel Hill–the most deadly anti-Semitic attack in American history. Many ne…
 
Welcome to In Check with Fintech! Felix Gerlach is the co-founder and Chief Product Officer of Passbase, a privacy focused identity infrastructure company. Launched in 2018, Passbase has since raised over $17 million in funding from Cowboy Ventures, Eniac & Lakestar with offices in Berlin and New York. Prior to Passbase, Felix worked in leading pro…
 
Horses are one of the many unsung heroes of the American Civil War. These majestic animals were impressed into service, trained, prepared for battle, and turned into expendable implements of war. There is more to this story, however. When an army’s means and survival is predicated upon an animal whose instincts are to flee rather than fight, a bond…
 
Welcome to In Check with Fintech! This week, PCN CEO Rogier sat down with Niels van Daatselaar, Co-founder & CEO of TreasurUp, to discuss how banks have struggled to keep up with online commercial banking and how TreasurUp's white label offerings to banks fills the gap. He also discusses TreasurUp's new Cash Visibility & Forecasting module. Niels s…
 
America's first international hero, the Marquis Lafayette, risked his life and spent his fortune in the fight for American independence from England. Without Lafayette and the assistance of France, America would never have been victorious during the American Revolution. While being celebrated in America in the 18th and 19th century – including a gr…
 
Albert Saniger is the founder and CEO at nate, the first app with the technology to enable mobile checkout on behalf of a user for any item at any online retailer. Albert worked briefly on Amazon’s Fashion Retail platform and in 2018 founded nate with a mission to simplify and transform the online shopping experience into a social one. By April 202…
 
This was a time unlike any other in our lifetime. The Coronavirus pandemic hit hard and affected every aspect of our lives, from sports to politics and religion. This book contains all kinds of stories about Pittsburgh, Western Pennsylvania and national figures and events and how the hospitalizations and deaths changed things forever. Tiger Woods, …
 
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