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Bank of Baroda ties up with start-up Fisdom

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

has tied up with a fintech start-up Fisdom for personal wealth management services.

Besides, the bank has entered into pact with six other fintech companies, proficient in different areas, Fisdom said in a release.

These are CreditMantri, FundsTiger, Probe42, Power2SME, IndiaLends and KredX.

Fisdom app helps users make financial investments in an easy and paperless manner by blending cutting-edge technology with personalised financial advice. It helps people manage their money with the help of a robo-advisor, it said.

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Amplus Energy Solutions ties up with Vatika group * Amplus Energy Solutions Pvt Ltd has tied up with Vatika group to set up solar rooftop systems in their buildings.

The total capacity is 750kW spread across 6 buildings in Gurgaon and would provide on-site renewable power. Out of this, a 100kW system on Vatika Business Park, a state-of-art commercial hub on Sohna Road is already operational, a company statement said.

These projects would help Vatika accrue considerable savings on energy in addition to making a tangible impact on the environment by reducing emissions by 25,800 MT of CO2 over the life of the plant which has the same effect as planting 32,000 trees.

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PFS training in SAARC region to help integrate energy systems * PTC India Financial Services Ltd (PFS) will help integrate energy systems and enhance cross border energy trade among SAARC nations and has finished its first capacity building training.

"The programme was meant for promoting integration of energy systems and enhance cross border energy trade among the participating South Asian countries viz Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan and Pakistan," a company statement said.

PFS and South Asia Regional Initiative/Energy (SARI) through the United States Energy Association collaborated for this three-module training programme.

First Published: Mon, August 01 2016. 17:42 IST