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Company Overview of Unik S/A
Unik S/A offers financial services to under-banked, lower-income Brazilian workers and pensioners. The company offers working capital financing to commercial establishments who sell basic necessities to consumers. The company also provides pay roll cards to regional and municipal public sector employees and retirees. In addition, it facilitates the utilization of the Unik S/A network by commercial banks as a distribution and delivery platform for other financial service offerings. The company was founded in 1991 and is based in Sao Paulo, Brazil. As of August 30, 2012, Unik S/A operates as a subsidiary of WEX Inc.
Alameda Araguaia, 2190 - 16 and - Torre Norte
Alphaville - Barueri
Sao Paulo, SP 06455-000
Founded in 1991
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