A couple of weeks ago, a company called Infiniti Financial Services announced a partnership with MTV to offer its own financial platform, the MTV Money app.
The company’s product is not a new one, but its launch on a platform that isn’t just a product for consumers but also a service for the financial industry, and its branding is aimed squarely at the consumer.
The MTV Money service offers both a “personal financial management” and a “financial adviser” experience.
The personal finance service will focus on your needs, and the financial adviser will help you manage your financial needs.
The MTV Money apps are expected to debut this summer.
The deal is a pretty significant deal for Infinitiy, and for the industry in general.
The two companies have worked together in the past, most notably with the launch of MTV Money’s mobile banking product, which is currently available for iPhone and Android users.
The relationship with MTV is a first for Infinitiy, which previously had a partnership between MTV and its cable-focused sister network, History.
The partnership is the latest in a series of partnerships between the two networks.
Infiniti is the second major financial services company to enter the personal finance space, following rival Equifax.
The first was GE Financial Services, which partnered with GE last year.
Infiniti, in contrast, has yet to launch a financial advisor product.
(The company is also in the process of developing a financial adviser for the health care industry.)
“I think that the fact that we’re bringing the MTV app and the MTV money app to a new platform, while at the same time partnering with MTV, is a really cool thing,” said Jay Sauer, president and CEO of Infinitority Financial Services.
“It’s a new type of product that we have to get our feet wet and really prove to consumers what we’re about.
That’s where we’re at.”
The MTV partnership with Infinitalis is also notable for a number of reasons.
For one, it’s the first time a financial service company has partnered with a television show, or network, on the platform.
MTV is airing its new financial adviser show, MTV Money, every Tuesday at 9 p.m.
ET on MTV.tv, the channel’s flagship channel.
MTV Money will be available for free for the next year.
For those who are curious, MTV’s new app will include a number a personal finance questions and answers.
MTVMoney’s mobile app will also have answers to questions about mortgages, 401(k)s, 401k plans, savings accounts, investments, home equity loans, student loans, credit card interest rates, debt consolidation and other financial questions.
MTV’s financial advisor is an expert on the financial markets and is able to help you make better financial decisions.
Infiniti and MTV both work with companies like Equifax and Experian to protect consumers from identity theft.
MTV says that, because it does not collect personal financial data from consumers, it does “not collect any personally identifiable information from its clients.”
MTV also said that its personal finance advisors are not tied to any third-party data collection and that they “do not share your credit card or other personal information with third parties.”MTV also said in a statement that MTV Money offers a variety of financial products, including personal and financial adviser.
MTV and Infiniteriy both said that they will continue to work together to help consumers improve their financial decisions and are excited to share new technology with the industry.
The fact that MTV is partnering with Infiniti, and that MTV and MTV Money are launching on a new technology, is notable in a lot of ways.
The financial services industry is still relatively new to the digital age.
Many companies have yet to offer a financial product that is focused specifically on the consumer, and it’s not yet clear how many products are currently on the market.
For now, the industry is largely in the hands of Wall Street and large financial institutions.
“We’re excited to work with the MTV network to bring its financial advisers to consumers, and to help them make smart financial decisions,” said James H. Ollis, CEO of Equifax, in a release.
“As part of our financial advisor partnership with the network, Equifax is bringing its proprietary and technology expertise to the consumer-facing MTV Money platform, where we’ll continue to innovate, help our customers make better decisions and help them protect themselves and their families.”
As the financial services world continues to transition, companies are taking the time to develop products and services that are focused specifically toward the consumer and that can help them manage their finances and better serve their clients.
MTV has already launched its financial advisor, which allows consumers to make a personalized decision about their finances, including when and how to refinance their credit cards.
The service is expected to launch in June.
While MTV and the other financial services companies are developing products focused on the home and the business, they are