BizCurrency's Herve Lacorne and Former Commissioner Walt Mix Talk Financial Services Technology on Tech Check Radio Today

Apr 18, 2001, 01:00 ET from InformedInvestors.com

    ROSEVILLE, Calif., April 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Ever wonder how buyers and
 sellers living in different countries exchange goods and money, without ever
 knowing one another?  More often than not, the answer is, "a letter of
 credit."  Today's Tech Check radio show will explore new and innovative ways
 those transactions are taking place online.
     Join host Erik Lundquist as he interviews Herve Lacorne, CEO of the
 Pasadena, California-based BizCurrency and Walt Mix, Managing Director at the
 Secura Group and former Commissioner of Financial Institutions for the State
 of California.  San Franciscans can tune in by turning the dial to Business
 Radio 1220 AM at 10 a.m. Pacific.  The rest of the world can listen by
 clicking on www.InformedInvestors.com or
 http://www.broadcast.com/shows/informedinvestors/  (1 p.m. Eastern time).
     BizCurrency is an accelerator of B2B commerce in three arenas:
 business-to-business, business-to-bank, and bank-to-bank.  The company's
 software enables international businesses to transact in real-time via letter
 of credit financing, equity-based multi-currency accounting and foreign
 exchange trading services.
     Lacorne will explain how BizCurrency improves the process of making
 transactions internationally, and how any bank or online exchange can
 dramatically improve its bottom line.  Lacorne will also outline how his
 company's new process works in comparison with the existing methodology.
     Mix identifies BizCurrency's products as being integral in certain banks'
 push towards automation and technological improvement.  Mix will indicate
 markets that hold significant potential in the financial services technology
 arena during the show.
     Informed Investors is the conduit for unfiltered communication between
 individual investors and the executives of technology and biotechnology
 companies.  Live virtual and onsite Forums, special webcasts, original
 editorial pieces and weekly radio shows help put individual investors in the
 analyst's chair.
 
 

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    ROSEVILLE, Calif., April 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Ever wonder how buyers and
 sellers living in different countries exchange goods and money, without ever
 knowing one another?  More often than not, the answer is, "a letter of
 credit."  Today's Tech Check radio show will explore new and innovative ways
 those transactions are taking place online.
     Join host Erik Lundquist as he interviews Herve Lacorne, CEO of the
 Pasadena, California-based BizCurrency and Walt Mix, Managing Director at the
 Secura Group and former Commissioner of Financial Institutions for the State
 of California.  San Franciscans can tune in by turning the dial to Business
 Radio 1220 AM at 10 a.m. Pacific.  The rest of the world can listen by
 clicking on www.InformedInvestors.com or
 http://www.broadcast.com/shows/informedinvestors/  (1 p.m. Eastern time).
     BizCurrency is an accelerator of B2B commerce in three arenas:
 business-to-business, business-to-bank, and bank-to-bank.  The company's
 software enables international businesses to transact in real-time via letter
 of credit financing, equity-based multi-currency accounting and foreign
 exchange trading services.
     Lacorne will explain how BizCurrency improves the process of making
 transactions internationally, and how any bank or online exchange can
 dramatically improve its bottom line.  Lacorne will also outline how his
 company's new process works in comparison with the existing methodology.
     Mix identifies BizCurrency's products as being integral in certain banks'
 push towards automation and technological improvement.  Mix will indicate
 markets that hold significant potential in the financial services technology
 arena during the show.
     Informed Investors is the conduit for unfiltered communication between
 individual investors and the executives of technology and biotechnology
 companies.  Live virtual and onsite Forums, special webcasts, original
 editorial pieces and weekly radio shows help put individual investors in the
 analyst's chair.
 
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