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Nearly 68% of Saudi users prefer mobile phones for online payment

  • 00,00,28,09,2016

About 68% Saudi consumers choose to make payments using their mobile phones, according to Mastercard Impact of Innovation Study. read more

Sibos deliberations: exploit technology, exploit data, have a plan

  • 15,35,27,09,2016

Banks have two questions to ask themselves as they move into an open banking environment: Where are they sourcing their products and services and how are they distributing them? read more

BNP Paribas partners with corporate clients to develop blockchain-based apps

  • 13,16,27,09,2016

French banking group BNP Paribas has collaborated with a number of clients to co-develop products and services based on blockchain technology, after embarking on a collaborative process during its Blockchain Bizhackathon earlier this year. read more

IBM launches new product to provide real-time payment processing for banks

  • 13,07,27,09,2016

Tech giant IBM has unveiled a new product, dubbed Financial Transaction Manager (FTM), to enable commercial banks launch new services for customers using real-time payments. read more

Corcentric rolls out new e-payments platform

  • 12,42,27,09,2016

Corcentric, a provider of cloud-based financial process automation solutions, has launched an e-payments platform to enable its clients further automate and digitise their payments processes. read more

HyperPay selects ACI Worldwide for eCommerce payments platform

  • 12,42,27,09,2016

HyperPay, a payment service provider, has selected ACI Worldwide’s UP eCommerce Payments solution to drive growth in the Middle East-North Africa region. read more

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Mobile money takes off slowly in Afghanistan

  • 00,00,16,09,2016

Afghanistan hasn’t seen the levels of mobile money adoption that Kenya has with M-Pesa. Mobile money is still embryonic and Afghanistan remains a cash-based society. But the government, mobile network operators (MNOs), and NGOs are working to foster adoption of mobile money, Robin Arnfield reports read more

Where is contactless taking us?

  • 12,44,30,08,2016

Contactless has been around for just over two decades but it has already transformed the payments industry. Adopted globally and expected to grow in the next decade, contactless offers new possibilities and benefits for acquirers, merchants and consumers. Jessica Longley writes read more

Who needs cash? Not Scandinavia

  • 11,58,4,08,2016

While a ‘cashless society’ is often brought up in thinkpieces and discussions worldwide, there is only one region taking the initiative with this movement. Scandinavia is closest to truly being cashless, but how is the market shaping up? Patrick Brusnahan writes on this region with help from Timetric’s research read more

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How mobile devices support PSD2 regulations

  • 00,00,21,09,2016

Traditional browser-based online banking will eventually lose market share to mobile devices with the ability to perform real-time transactions. While cash is currently the most direct way of paying for products and services, it could soon be a thing of the past. Michael Lynch, Chief Strategy Officer at InAuth, writes read more

Informed Consent: A new data model for the payments industry

  • 00,00,12,09,2016

Regulation has never been more intense for the payments industry. The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) represents a watershed moment. This is not simply another data compliance headache. GDPR enshrines a new idea: that consumers have ultimate control of their data. Stuart Lacey, CEO and founder, Trunomi, writes read more

Now a ‘fully fledged chicken’, just how far will Zapp go?

  • 00,00,18,08,2016

After the speculation came the deal, then the flurry of media coverage. What next for VocaLink, under MasterCard? And is it really all good news? read more

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