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D+H, formerly Davis + Henderson Corporation and Davis + Henderson Income Fund, is a Canadian company that has historically specialized in printing cheques. It has now expanded to provide technology solutions and business services for banks and other financial services corporations, including student loan processing. Today, only 40% of revenues come from cheque manufacturing.

Henderson was described as a "pioneer of the concept of printing for a specific market (the financial services sector)".

Lyman Henderson, former president of the company, died on June 22, 2012 at the age of 91.

In July 2013, Davis & Henderson agreed to acquire a US-based rival, Harland Financial Solutions from Harland Clarke for around $1.2 billion.