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Denizen is a unified banking platform, making financial decisions and money management across borders fast and easy.
The Denizen account will provide a no FX fee and no bank-owned ATM fee debit card.
It's been a quick trip for Denizen, which prides itself on its speedy delivery.
Starwood said Denizen was designed by two of its former employees who defected to Hilton and took with them confidential material used to develop Starwood's W chain.
The Wigan-based leading hospitality builder Denizen has obtained Au27m to support the development, while the bulk has been delivered by the Co-operative Bank.
She declined to comment on rumours or speculation about the company pulling out the Denizen brand from India.
The Denizen subsea pipeline pre-commissioning system uses a remotely operated vehicle (ROV) that mechanically displaces or introduces pipeline fluids to perform hydrostatic testing of infield and transportation pipeline systems in up to 10,000 feet of water.
Starwood also said confidential information about the W brand was used by HHC to develop its new Denizen brand.
For the past two decades I've been a denizen of these wonderful repositories of culture that speak volumes about life and living there.
I think Grafton does, too, in his subtle and modest way; that is, he wants to be at once ancient and modern, to become at once a denizen and a critic of lost worlds and their activities.
THE travel market also threw up a meeting with a former denizen of the South Wales Echo's Cardiff newsroom, David Rose, who was at the event to help publicise the charms of his US client, the state of Arizona.
As Hughes moved Simple from African American newspaper denizen to national figure, he reflected his sense of whom he was writing to and how he must address that (or those) audience(s).
Such a tree begins life normally enough, then at a young age loses its terminal bud to the hunger pangs of a deer or other forest denizen. Two new leaders emerge, and in hot competition they shoot skyward in a splendid, twin-topped display of accidental symmetry.
The firm, Denizen, has claimed that it has created a 'global banking platform' that allows customers to receive money in one country and pay it out in another immediately.
Bright Eyes, Noise Floor (Saddle Creek) Omaha, denizen Conor Oberst has been tantalizing fans for years with myriad tribute album tracks, non-LP singles, etc.