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New EU data protection regulation (GDPR): why you should pay attention

New EU data protection regulation (GDPR): why you should pay attention

The General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 is an EU regulation on data protection and privacy that applies to all citizens and residents of the European Union. Adopted in 2016, the GDPR becomes directly binding on May 25 for all companies that collect, store, and/or process data of customers from the EU. The regulation can also
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MoneyPolo follows GDPR

MoneyPolo follows GDPR

MoneyPolo is updating Terms of Business and Privacy Policy in the light of the new European Union Directive – The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (Regulation (EU) 2016/679. The updated Terms of Business and Privacy Policy automatically come into effect for all existing users today. Your continued use of the MoneyPolo services from this day
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How to send money to your children studying in Europe

How to send money to your children studying in Europe

When your child decides to study in Europe, it is time to be proud. It means you have done your job well. He has the confidence and intelligence he needs to branch out on his own, furthering his education beyond what you would hoped. It is also time of great worry for you as his
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Important Events for the Global Economy in the First Half of 2016

Important Events for the Global Economy in the First Half of 2016

By any measure, global economy news in the first half of 2016 were rather uninteresting. Previously growing economies continue to grow, previously struggling – still experience a downturn. And these trends are quite likely to carry on through the second part of 2016. But nevertheless there were several major developments that are worth covering, with
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Brexit: MoneyPolo Statement

Brexit: MoneyPolo Statement

In the light of the recent news we would like to take time and let our customers know that MoneyPolo is closely monitoring all the legal and economic implications, associated with the United Kingdom’s referendum on leaving the European Union, and we are taking all necessary steps to maintain the exclusive quality and security of
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Grand Golf tournament in Konopiste

Grand Golf tournament in Konopiste

Rigid Golf battle under medical walls. Powered by MoneyPolo Are you ready for same real golfing clashes? Then we have some great news for you – that is exactly what is about to happened in one of the finest golf courses in Czech Republic! MoneyPolo once again is a proud supporter and main sponsor of
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Brexit – what will be the economic and financial consequences?

Brexit – what will be the economic and financial consequences?

The day when Brits will decide whether they want to remain members of the European Union is approaching rapidly. If they choose the so-called Brexit on 23th June, several months of negotiations with Brussels will begin, which would make Great Britain independent sometime in 2017. What would the departure mean to Britain and how would
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The decline of cash in Europe…

The decline of cash in Europe…

Step by step, haléř coins with higher and higher value were withdrawn from circulation until they were eradicated completely. Similarly, one and two koruna coins slowly lose any meaning and five koruna coins are only good for shopping carts. On the other side, there is a Masaryk banknote, which is so big that it won’t
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Factors of Euro Fall and its Impact on US and Asian Market

Factors of Euro Fall and its Impact on US and Asian Market

Euro is going through a worse phase of its economic life and the problem began with Greece public deficit. Now the situation is even more problematic as crises expanded to Portugal, Ireland, Italy and Spain. There are several reasons for Euro fall and probably institutional defend is poor. Credible institutional defend needed like steps taken
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Is it the best time to spend vacations in Greece?

Is it the best time to spend vacations in Greece?

Greece is going through some serious difficulties with the pressure from the eurozone countries and from the banks that have been pushing the government to take the sour pill. They want the Greece government to introduce new, strict reforms to get their finances in order. The situation is intense for the Greece banks, as most
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