The creativity was flowering on Gründeridol for youth companies
On Friday November 30th, the final of Ungt Entreprenørskaps Gründeridol for for youth companies in Akershus was arranged. Carl Michelet, Thanh Fleischer, Fawad Hussain and Anne-Line Aaslund from EnterCard contributed as mentors. The ideas was flowering, so this was fun and educational both for the students and representantives from the business world.
Inspiring to take corporate social responsibility
EnterCard is a finance company who wish to take responsibility, individually and collectively. Our colleagues are encouraged not only to focus on income for the company, but also to use their knowledge to help others. We have spoken with two of the facilitators of EnterCard`s CSR work, Marita Nordli, Consultant and Melita Ringvold, Head of Corporate Communications and Citizenship.
New perspectives through volunteering at Blue Cross in Oslo
EnterCard, engage in citizenship projects by using our strenghts to support others. Through EnterCard`s collaboration with Blue Cross in Oslo some of our employees have volunteered as “tidgivere” in a project called “Steg for steg”. We have talked with Dag Bjanes, Department Manager for Card Operations, about his experiences as “tidgiver”.
Information security is our top priority
These days we are living in a global economy where we can order practically everything on the Internet with a simple click and have it delivered to our homes. Digital payment solutions have reshaped our whole society – in many ways for the better. At the same time, though, this has opened up the path for criminal activity, such as card fraud and identity theft.
Major effort to combat money laundering
Money laundering has been high on the agenda these last weeks as several international money laundering cases have become known. Money laundering, which is the attempt to integrate income from criminal activities, fraud or tax evasion in the financial system, is a serious problem for society.
International collaboration to combat money laundering
The financial sector stands united against money laundering and terrorist financing. Sweden, Denmark and Norway are members of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), for example. Member countries undertake to comply with international standards on measures to combat money laundering, terrorist financing and the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction