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iAccount Services (HK) Limited of Liri Holdings Group, a financial company that offers international money platform solutions, announced that it is embarking on a major upgrade to its payments and cash management modules. As part of this upgrade, iAccount collaborated with Kyriba, the global leader in cloud treasury solutions, delivering Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) treasury technology to corporate CFOs, Treasurers, and Financial Professionals.
Leveraging the functionality, scalability, and robust performance characteristics of Kyriba will enable iAccount to enhance its delivery of international wire transfer and settlement solutions with less complicated procedures and minimal costs to corporates and individuals expanding into international markets.
iAccount specializes in money transfers, currency diversification, and remittances. It has shown to be a favored choice on top of having low, flexible rates. i-Account operates in more than 200 countries and in 25 currencies.
“We are growing our company around the world, and accepting payments in multiple currencies. To ensure the best security and scalability, we selected Kyriba to enable our cash management team with a best-in-class solution so we can do business at a faster rate and offer competitive advantages to our customers,” said Steven Liu, Treasury Manager of iAccount.
More than 1,500 global organizations use Kyriba to deliver global cash visibility, improve financial controls, and increase productivity across their cash and liquidity, payments, supply chain finance, and risk management operations. Kyriba is headquartered in New York, with offices in San Diego, Paris, London, Tokyo, Singapore, Dubai, Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Rio de Janeiro.
“We are pleased to have iAccount select Kyriba for its liquidity management as our expansion continues in Asia,” said Jean-Luc Robert, Chairman and CEO of Kyriba. “We are serving the demand from multinationals and regional corporates who are embracing the shift from spreadsheets to more secure platforms and investing in cloud-based treasury technology, particularly for payments and cash management.”
Utilizing a fully virtualized cloud solution, iAccount will enjoy the benefits of 100% SaaS. Kyriba delivers a total business continuity solution and is audited to the SOC 2 Type 2 standard to ensure that their clients are in conformity with their own data security policies and external regulations.
Liri Holdings VP Samuel Appadoo said, “FinTech is the future of the banking and financial industry. We, as a money infrastructure provider, are supporting the most convenient and cost-effective path to transfer money globally for commercial enterprises and corporate organizations.”
For this selfsame reason, Liri Holdings has always been innovating and extending its reach. It is a financial technology company offering e-wallet solutions, money transfer services, prepaid debit cards, merchant account services, business consultancy, and offshore incorporation globally. It holds offices in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Taiwan, South Korea, Philippines, Singapore, Ireland, United Kingdom, New Zealand, and the UAE. Designs to put up new offices in Africa and the Pacific region to live up to the demands of their worldwide clientele are being undertaken.
The company began with 10 founding members from Japan and Europe. Aspiring to build cross-border business simpler and less expensive, they embarked on building up a money platform brand which is i-Account.
“After careful listening to our clients’ demands and total understanding of their requisites, we tailor-made a resolution for each client. It has been a Liri Holding’s recipe for success,” says Appadoo.
The company’s mission is to extend services with more convenience and a lot cheaper than that of a traditional bank.
Liri Holdings has three main pillars: a money platform which is a secured e-wallet/remittance solution known as i-Account where individual or corporate clients can receive funds and make remittance transactions within a secured web-based solution or through a mobile app; a prepaid debit card called i-Card in which funds or payment of salaries can be transferred instantly from the client’s wallet to the card and can be used to withdraw from ATMs worldwide, point-of-sale and online payments; and a payment gateway to allow clients to process credit card transactions for their online stores – the i--Payments based in the UK and IAC Payment Services Provider which is based in Dubai, UAE. They too furnish a white label solution which incorporates all the above.
Carrying such a commercial initiative is a worthwhile challenge because it comprises of so many facets of engineering, management, finance, and compliance altogether.
That’s why Liri Holdings invests wisely in their IT infrastructure. Ensuring the systems are up-to-date is critical, since they deal with client data with extreme confidentiality. The company leaves no stone unturned to have their security system in tip-top shape -- depending on their standard encryption SSL technology and a cutting-edge firewall system to prevent unauthorized access. Ensuring as well that client information is safeguarded from data theft, prevention of unauthorized access through an international standard server. Maintaining anti-phishing strategy based on VeriSign EV SSL, and compliance on Strict User Authentication Procedures.
Since all their services are duly licensed, there is also the fact that they are liable not only to their clients, but also to their regulators in Hong Kong, UAE, Philippines, UK, New Zealand, Singapore, among others -- the reason why Liri Holdings is exceedingly cautious in their choice of IT infrastructure and software for their IT park.
While the customer base for Liri Holdings mainly consists of banks, corporate organizations and payment service providers, they focus more on B2B and proudly put themselves as a money infrastructure for corporate and financial establishments, which is their competitive edge.
In general, it is understood that inter-bank transfer is established on a SWIFT transaction, but apart from this, there are many other money transfer methods existing independently. It is necessary to incorporate all these methods together for the customer’s convenience and welfare. Additionally, small companies and a heap of people are not satisfied with existing bank services. There is a timely need to provide an alternative banking and financial solution to such clients.
“At Liri Holdings, we trust that open innovation and collaboration will enable and empower FinTech startups and corporations to not only address changing customer needs, but to do so at a faster rate with a more meaningful impact,” Appadoo stressed.
The last circuit in August (Round 10) saw this season's third win achieved.
With GT-Asia entering its final rounds, the original plan was to use the new track in Hangzhou, but with the venue's completion being delayed, the event was hurriedly moved to the Shanghai International Circuit.
Round 11 was tough due to rainy weather and saw an eighth-place finish.
Round 12 saw a fifth-place start and, seeing two cars fighting for second place in the second half, the strategy was to hold at fourth place, but unfortunately, the end result was the loss of a fourth-place finish and the podium.
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With a second place podium finish, the GT-Asia prepares to enter its second half.
The event was held at the Shanghai International Circuit, which is also the team’s headquarters.
Round 9 saw a 10th-place finish with an important point gain.
The strategy paid off beautifully in round 10 with the third win (and fourth podium finish) continued from the winning streak in the opening competition in South Korea, coming down to a lucky result for the sponsor.
The next round of GT ASIA will also be held in China. It is planned to be held at Zhejiang International Circuit from October 21-23.
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This year, IPAYMENTS LIMITED, one of our group companies, is sponsoring Bentley Team Absolute, headquartered in Zhuhai, China.
The 7th and 8th races of the GT Asia season were held July 16-17th at Fuji Speedway.
7th Race Final
The course was wet. Jonathan started the race and moved up to fourth position on the first corner, and continued in that spot before heading to the pits at the scheduled time and switching with Sawa, who would take control for the second half of the race. Sawa started with tires that had been for a limited number of laps in the preliminaries, but had difficulties controlling the balance of his machine and raising his pace in the wet conditions, eventually finishing in sixth place
8th Race Final
Originally scheduled to start in fourth, a higher place team had engine trouble, and as a result of their penalty for changing the engine, the starting place moved up to third. Conditions were dry.
After coolly taking over one car at the start and moving in to second place, Sawa immediately chased the leading Lamborghini Huracan GT3 in the opening stages.
Jonathan took over for the second half of the race, using new tires like the other teams. He was even with the leading Huracan (#55) going in to the first corner, but the cold tires caused him to overrun the turn slightly and fall back to second place, which he then also surrendered to his teammate who had been following in the #9 car.
After the tires warmed up, he chased after the #9 car relentlessly, once again moving in to second place and chasing the leader, who he was ultimately unable to catch. Although it was for a second place finish, he was able to ascend the podium.
The next races of GT ASIA are planned for July 15-17th at Fuji Speedway
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This year, our group company IPAYMENTS LIMITED sponsors Bently Team Absolute which is based in Zhuhai in China.
Jonathan, the driver responsible for the start was sent spinning after being pushed from behind by a PORSCHE right after the first corner. Went to the pit on schedule with Sawa the second half driver. It was deemed wise to keep the remaining set of new tires for the sixth race the next day, meaning that old tires were used at Okayama International. The result was a 12th place finish.
Turbo problems from PP and start lead to retirement. As there were few teams left with a set of new tires this was a race that should have been won if everything had gone to plan but unfortunately things did not go that way.
The next GT ASIA races are scheduled for July 15-17 at the Fuji International Speedway.
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The new GT Asia season is finally underway. For the 2016 season, GT Asia began in South Korea on May 13th, to be followed by Thailand beginning June 10th, and the Japan round, featuring a pair of events at Okayama International Circuit (July 1st) and Fuji Speedway (July 15th). After that is China, with races in Shanghai (from August 19th) and Zhejiang (from October 21st). Six events in total will be contested.
Following on from last year, IPAYMENTS LIMITED is supporting as sponsor the Zhuhai, China-based Bentley Team Absolute.
In the GT Asia opening round (races 1 and 2), held on May 13th-15th at the Korea International Circuit (Mokpo), the team won both races consecutively, coming from a starting position of 3rd in both cases. With the team monopolizing the top of the podium, the sponsors were beyond delighted with the result.
The second round of GT Asia is scheduled to be held from June 10th-12th at Thailand’s Chang International Circuit.
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i-Payments Limited, a Liri Holdings Limited subsidiary, will join the Meet Magento conference to be held in Japan this Nov 20th 2015. More than 24 countries are expected to participate - from system developers to merchants, entrepreneurs and e-commerce service providers from more than 24 countries are expected to join this event.
i-Payments Limited takes advantage of this prestigious invite to introduce our online payment service solutions to other merchants and top decision makers in the world of e-commerce.
i-Payments aim to promote our solutions to all event participants, and with the help from Magento, let every e-commerce website easily integrate and use our payment service. iPayments also look forward to meet new contacts, talk about the future trends and gain more info in this ever expanding world of e-commerce.
Magento is a leading digital platform used by 240,000 websites worldwide. Magento Commerce works hand in hand with retailers, brands and branded manufacturers across B2C and B2B industries to successfully integrate digital and physical shopping experiences. According to Alexa, a reputable publisher of world rankings for websites, 26.1% of the top 50,000 e-Commerce websites uses Magento.
You can read more about Meet Magento at https://jp.meet-magento.com
Shanghai will play host for the China Offshore Financial Summit to be held on November 4-5th, 2015, which is such a great honor for Liri Holdings Limited to be invited and be part. Onshore and offshore financial, compliance experts as well as government officials will flock to the center of Lujiazui Financial Center in Pudong to share their valuable insights and experience.
Day Two of the summit will have Chinese advanced financial intermediaries, professional associations, international trust companies, bankers, lawyers and company service providers to comprehensively discuss investment, trading and wealth management and so on.
Liri Holdings Limited will introduce four of our services - i-Account Service, Prepaid Card Service, Online Merchant Service and Forex Broker Package, which all aim to provide the perfect financial solution to corporations who need them.
Through this summit, we hope to meet more counterparts and clients, create more business opportunities, master more real time information and corporation needs, and to constantly develop and improve our products and service.
China Offshore Summit official website: http://shanghai.chinaoffshoresummit.com.hk
Saturday's hard luck qualifying
Absolute Racing gained momentum with Bentley's first win in the previous round at Okayama. The race at Fuji Speedway, where Sawa spends more than 80 days out of the year, attracted both interest and expectations.
Sawa predicted that the mechanical characteristics of the Bentley Continental GT3 would make it a good match for Fuji Speedway. During the testing (sports car course) on Wednesday, he put up a time less than a second short of his own pole position time last year, despite worn tires, which looked very promising. However, it rained all day on Thursday due to Typhoon No. 11. They went ahead with setup on the wet course. On Friday, they managed to hold the second official session in dry conditions, slipping it in between the rain clouds. He made a respectable showing with a fourth place time, raising expectations for the qualifying and race.
Sawa drove in the first qualifying, where it rained again as the weather forecast had predicted. Due to his wet weather tires, he moved up to second place out of the first lap with 1:52.806 in an all-out time attack. However, the course conditions improved in the second half of the qualifying, allowing rivals equipped with fresh wet weather tires to lap him with favourable times, pushing him down into sixth.
Partner Adderly Fong drove in the second qualifying, but getting hung up by a yellow flag and slow-moving cars denied him a chance to make the most of his wet weather tires, finishing a surprising ninth (1:56.856). Unexpectedly, they would start in the rear.
Final marked by stormy weather and trouble
Sawa served as starting driver in the final. The course was dry, and he took sixth position in the grid with fresh slick tires. His rivals entered the grid with fresh slick tires of their own, but rain began to fall again before the start, and the race commenced in challenging conditions.
Sawa made his start after two roll-around laps, improving his position and heading into the first corner in fifth. From the outside, where the third and fourth place drivers battled heading into the second corner, Sawa made some space on the inside to avoid a collision, entering the turn, but the Aston Martin Vantage V12 GT3 (#88), unsteady due to a slow leak, collided with him. Both machines ended up flying off the course into the runoff zone.
Sawa, perhaps impatient, attempted to reenter the course without adequately confirming that it was safe behind him, this time clipping the approaching Ferrari 458 GT3 (#9). Both spun out near the 100R entrance. Though Sawa managed to make it back onto the course, #9 was forced out of the race.
While Sawa returned to the course, he was dragging bodywork damaged in the first collision, and was forced to make an emergency pit stop via orange ball (indicates vehicle equipment trouble, requires a pit stop). The damaged parts removed, he returned to the race, but at this point he had fallen a lap behind to 14th place.
With the previously subdued rain now pouring down with renewed force, Sawa set a good pace in his battered machine, heading to the pit at the 25 minute mark. Adderly took the wheel for the second half, entering the course on wet weather tires.
When the race was over, many had withdrawn, leaving them to finish 10th. Though it seemed they would just barely earn points toward the championship, after the race they received a call about the two collisions from the clerk of the course. The collision with #88 was considered a race accident with neither party at fault, but the collision with #9 was ruled to be in violation of the requirement to "reenter the course safely," and a ruling adding a 30 second penalty was handed down.
This resulted in an official position of 14th, receiving no points for the first time this season, and making for a painful race.
Pit strategy and the battle for the top
Both Adderly, who fumbled the qualifying in the previous day's race, and Sawa, who was penalized in the final, went into Sunday's final race vowing to recover. Ninth place Adderly jumped up to sixth just after the start, improving his position to second going into the second lap. It was an auspicious beginning.
He jockeyed for position with the #99 Aston Martin Vantage V12 GT3, trailing by less than a second, but from the 10th lap onward, he gained the upper hand, overtaking #99 at the chicane after the back straight and leaping into the top spot.
25 minutes in, after the other machines had completed their pit stops, Adderly and the second place driver entered the pit simultaneously. Right beside Sawa, who was having a third set of fresh tires that had been held in reserve mounted before returning to the course, #88, having already run out of fresh tires, slipped past without changing tires.
Though #88's tires were not fresh, they were already warmed up, and it set a high pace upon reentering the course. Sawa, unable to pick up the pace until his tires warmed up, was momentarily left behind. However, he shifted into a higher pace from the second lap onward, closing a gap of more than 3 seconds in the third lap, opening a tail-to-nose battle over first for the second time in the race.
The struggle for the top between Bentley Continental GT3's Sawa and #88's Darryl O'Young unfolded in a clean yet aggressive battle, aided by the grip still left in their tires and the long-standing friendship between the drivers, and they ran side-by-side from the first corner to the hairpin, thrilling the crowd.
After two laps, Sawa put an end to the competition for the top, returning to the lead and continuing to maintain a high pace. He opened up an 8 second gap with second place, controlling the pace until taking the checkered flag. Sawa claimed his second win of the GT Asia season, achieving victory at his hometown course in back-to-back years.
Keita Sawa's Comments
After Okayama, I am simply delighted to achieve my second win together with Bentley Continental GT3 on my hometown course.
Still, what I did in Saturday's race was truly awful.
Going off the course, I lost my composure, and without considering my own safety or the safety of the others around me, I returned to the course a little too aggressively, and ended up ruining the race for #9. I am truly filled with regret. The 30 second penalty we received from race control was a fairly light ruling, since it took into account that I was not responsible for the first collision which lead to the second, but I look back on it as my own fault, and I could not complain if I had been disqualified from the race for it altogether.
In order for amateur drivers especially to enjoy driving on circuits safely, it is something that cannot be excused for a driver in a position like mine who are active day-to-day, no matter what the reason, whether it is because "that's racing," "the team's pride is at stake," "I want to make a good showing in the hometown race," or "it is not my fault, since I was forced off the course," and I was feeling very low on Saturday night.
Coming into Sunday in such a state, it is fair to say that Adderly's fantastic driving after the start was everything. My part was that I waited patiently until my tires warmed up after being overtaken by #88 leaving the pit, then concentrated on handling the high speed battle with Darryl O'Young, and as a result, I was able to demonstrate the strength and speed of the Bentley Continental GT3 to cross the finish line at the top. Considering how things turned out the day before, it was frankly a relief.
This weekend, I experienced the joy of racing in front of all the Bentley Continental GT3 fans, the personal sponsors who support me, and my family, and I was also given a new appreciation for the major principle behind motorsports, which is to achieve results in races while obeying the rules and etiquette.
Standing at the top of the podium with my two sons is the memory of a lifetime, but I will never forget the mistake I made, and I want to do my best to drive in a way that will let me regain the confidence of all of you in the future.
Finally, I want to express my thanks to my personal sponsors who gave me their support and understanding, like i-Works / i-Account, and all the people at FORZA!! keita 2015.
This ties us for the top in championship points. We will be competing all over Asia in the second half of the series, including Saipan and Shanghai in September, and Thailand in October (the final race for the championship). The final race will be the Macau Grand Prix in November.
We hope you will continue to give us your support.
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A Memorable Circuit Due to a Power Boost
With the opening games of GT ASIA in Korea behind us, games 3 to 6, the Japan round, has started. We sponsored "Absolute Racing," which faced a tough fight in the opening race but made it to the podium with the second race and entered the Japan rounds as the runner up.
Even more exciting was that the BOP (Balance of Performance) by the FIA was reset after the opening race, and the turbocharger threshold of the Bentley Continental GT3 was increased. Hopes were high for a boost in competitiveness.
Okayama International Circuit, where games 3 & 4 are being held, is a course that Sawa became familiar with when it was still called the "TI Circuit." This was one of the most memorable Japanese circuits for him, since this was where he became the series champion in 1999, after leaving Kart racing to become an F-4 racer in 1998 ~ 1999.
The Geared Up Bentley Continental GT3
Practice runs show that the machine's characteristics are a good match with the Okayama International Circuit. Since the straights are relatively short, it was predicted that the advantage created by the BOP would not have much effect. However, the team mechanic fine tuned the machine to increase turning performance as well. Besides Sawa's Car No. 8, other Bentleys like No. 7 and No. 77 marked high scores.
At the qualifying rounds on Saturday, Sawa was the first attack. Though he broke his own record in sector 2, he later got stuck behind a slow car and passed the round in 4th place. The race itself was a close one, with the time difference between the pole position and the 12th car being less than a second, and Sawa was behind the 1st car by only 0.263 seconds. It's a shame he didn't land first row, which was possible if only he had had a clear lap.
In the second qualifying rounds in which many gentleman drivers (amateurs) were nominated, Sawa's partner Adderly Fong attacked, grabbing pole position with a lap time of 2 minutes 9 seconds 441.
A Stormy Saturday, Final Round of the 3rd Race
The "Absolute Racing" No.8 machine is a promising lineup at the GT ASIA where it is typical for pros and skilled gentleman drivers to pair up. Sawa who was in charge of the first qualifying rounds got ready at the grid with a used tire, in order to save his remaining set of new tires for the 4th race on Sunday. Many of the top drivers entered the round with new tires, and Sawa was predictably forced into a defensive race, but managed to come in 8th and stopped at the pit for a driver change.
That was when an incident occurred. He exceeded speed limits at the entrance of the pit-road, and because the stop board was positioned clumsily, the pit stop could not be made in the workable area and machine position had be adjusted, creating a time loss of 40 seconds.
When returning to the course their position had dropped to 13th place, but Adderly made a couple of great paced rounds and revived the team. Despite of the drive-through penalty due to speed limit violation, he pushed his position up to 7th place and was able to win Championship points.
Avoiding the Hectic Race
On the 4th race on Sunday, "Absolute Racing" No. 8 started at pole position. Adderly, the starting driver, got ready with new tires and planned to create a huge gap between himself and other gentleman drivers, so that he could leave the rest up to Sawa.
The race started, but was stopped due to the difficulties with the circuit bulletin board system. The race was done over, and the championship was shortened to 45 minutes. Even though Adderly managed to come out on top after the restart, the safety car was sent in because of contact in a different lane and stops at the side of the course, making it hard for him to implement the original plan.
After the safety car run was lifted, Adderly drove for his full allotted time and switched to Sawa. Sawa was first disadvantaged by the cold tires after pit-out, and the runner up Aston Martin Vantage V12 GT3 (Car No.99) came up close, he surpassed him and left a 2 second margin between them. Later, another Aston Martin (No.88) which is now runner up zooms close in pursuit of Sawa, whose run is close to Adderly's time. With 5 minutes left in the race, it became a tail to nose battle. During the intense final lap, Sawa's skilled driving did not allow No. 88 to overtake. Skating on thin ice, Sawa made the finish. This was the first win in Asia for the Bentley Continental GT3.
"Comment by Keita Sawa"
If there was one more lap in the race, I would not have been able to come in first!!
I was under pressure since I transferred teams this year and could not perform worse than last year, but the fact that I got to undo my unsatisfactory performance in the first rounds, that I won in my homeland, Japan, and especially in such a memorable place like Okayama, the fact that on Saturday my mistakes and misfortune led to a disappointing race, that in the last race the SC run led to unexpected situations despite our strategy, and that I was able to show my strength and win at the last moment... All of these emotions added up to make this an unforgettable race in my racing career.
Firstly, I am so happy to be able to stand here today, and would like to thank everyone who helped and supported me along the way including i-Works / i-Account, my personal sponsors, and members of FORZA!!keita 2015.
I am only 2nd runner-up in terms of Championship points, but 2 weeks from now, I can get ready for FSW (Fuji Speedway Race), my true home course, knowing that I have the speed and strength to take it on. With the same results as last year being my goal, (Getting pole position & victory + 2nd place in the rain) I would like to continue pursuing my best with Bentley Team Absolute.
I thank you all for your continued guidance and encouragement.
ABSSA, inc. Chief Executive Officer / One Day Smile Host / Racing Driver Keita Sawa
The next race will be held at Fuji Speedway on July 16~18.
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In addition to opening game in Korea, GT Asia will hold 2 games in Okayama International Circuit on June 28, and in Fujiyama Speedway on July 19 separately. Then the race will be held once a month - from Malaysian Sepang Circuit, Shanghai Shanghai International Circuit, Thai Chan International Circuit to the Guia Curcuit in Macao, 7 games in total.
iAccount Services (HK)Limited supports Absolute Racing, a racing team headquartered in Zhuhai. The team boasts a powerhouse of international GT3 drivers from six different countries, including Keita Sawa from Japan.
During the May 15-17 game in Korea, Keita Sawa maintained third position until the end of the competition. He said the sponsor’s blessing helped him obtain good result and looked forward to approaching competition.
The following is the speech by Keita Sawa.
It’s really a heart-felt joy that I can still stand in this place this year, and I want to thank for my sponsors, i-Works and i-Account. I also want to thanks for the reader of my Blog 『FORZA!! keita 2015』, Clearwater Racing and Bentley Team Absolute.
Although I completed game with third position, we still have some places to improve, such as challenge failure in preliminary and bad start of car due to breakdown. But it’s great that we have already mastered the conditions we are facing.
With the help of test driver Adderly, I finished the race with the least car damage and managed to get a spot in the podium. Excellent team and technicians enables me to grab third position, making me believe the cohesive force of our team.
Next competition will be held in my homeland (Okayama & Fuji). I hope I can get good marks in Round 2 as contribution to our country. I look forward to getting more achievements and end this season with a great finish. Thank you for your support.
ABSSA Representative of Board of Director/Wandeisumairu Host/ Competitor Ze Kuitai
iAccount Service (HK) Limited exhibited the charm of our commodity and services to more people by sponsoring GT ASIA during 1 year, which is a great honor to us.
The second competition of GT ASIA is to be held in Okayama International Circuit on June 27th - 28th.
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From November 13 (Thursday) to November 16 (Sunday), 2014, the 61st Macao Grand Prix and GT CUP Competition were held in Guia Circuit, China’s Macao special administrative region. Macao GT CUP, F3 Macao Grand Prix, and WTCC Macao are one of the most high-profile events. Many Recreational Vehicle (hereinafter will be referred to as RV) also participate, especially FIA-GT3. In recent years, GT3 RV competition has already become one of the most popular competition. As the last competition of GT Asia, Macao CUP has been fruitful and perfect. Compared with last year (2013), Macao Grand Prix turn more white-hot, gathering current DTM winner and Asia GT deluxe members.
i-Account met with many entrepreneur through Macao GT CUP, and enjoyed each other’s company, which will be great help in improving products and services. On top of everything, i-Account also found new business opportunities.
In the future, i-Account will tap into the global, and will participate in more similar events aperiodically. In hopes to let more customers experience our products and services.
For the meantime, many thanks to the partners who helped us participate in this event.
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Liri Holdings Limited claims that we manage and utilize our customers' personal information in an appropriate way, adhering to the concerned rules and regulations. We promise to make reasonable efforts to safeguard the confidentiality of all personal information that we process relating to you and regularly review and enhance our technical, physical and managerial procedures to accelerate our informatization process.
iAccount Services establishes and implements adequate and appropriate policies, procedures and controls taking into account factors, takes all measures to ensure that proper safeguards exist to mitigate the risks and to prevent a contravention of any requirement under the Anti-Money Laundering (AML)and Counter-Terrorist Financing (CTF) Ordinance include the following:
1. Take enhanced KYC measures to manage those customers with higher risks and knows that simplified measures may be applied to customers with lower risks;
2. Appoint a Compliance Officer(CO) to act as a focal point for the oversight of all activities;
3. Appoint a Money Laundering Reporting Officer(MLRO) as a central reference point for reporting suspicious transactions;
4. Provides training to all relevant staff (including new staff) in order to ensure they are made aware of the AMLO and adopting appropriate measures letting frontline staff know the responsible areas and to judge whether a transaction is suspicious;
5. Adopt a risk-based approach to adopt appropriate controls and oversight and accordingly to determine the extent of due diligence to be performed and the level of ongoing monitoring to be applied;
6. Keep the documents obtained in the course of identifying and verifying the identity of the customer and the documents obtained in connection with the transactions shall be kept throughout the business relationship with customer and for a period of six years after the end of the business relationship;
7. Keep the policies and procedures under regular review and assesses that the risk mitigation procedures and controls are working effectively; iAccount Services will NOT do business with anyone suspected of or directly involved in Money Laundering or where funds have been sourced by any illegal activity.