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JCB to pilot palm vein payment authentication technology

  • 17,03,8,10,2015

Japanese credit card scheme JCB has said that it will pilot the use of Fujitsu’s palm vein authentication technology for cardless payments at the upcoming JCB World Conference. read more

India's ICICI Bank introduces mVisa-based mobile payment service

  • 16,27,8,10,2015

ICICI Bank, India's largest private sector lender, has launched a new in-store payment service based on mVisa, a new mobile payment application from Visa. read more

AppTech to buy mobile payment platform FlowPay

  • 16,00,8,10,2015

AppTech, a financial services and information technology company, has agreed to purchase FlowPay, a cloud-based mobile payment platform for the tax exempt non-profit market. read more

PSI-Pay selects Saxo Payments for international transfers

  • 15,00,8,10,2015

PSI-Pay, a card-based payments solutions provider, has selected Saxo Payments Banking Marketplace to provide its clients fast and secure international transfers. read more

Scotiabank partners with EnStream for mobile payments

  • 16,03,7,10,2015

Scotiabank has expanded the reach of its mobile payment service, My Mobile Wallet, by connecting it to mobile payments hub EnStream. read more

Visa, Chevron partner to introduce mobile payments at gas stations

  • 16,00,7,10,2015

Visa and Chevron U.S.A. have partnered to introduce mobile payments program at Chevron-branded gas stations enabling drivers to pay for their purchases using an NFC-enabled device. read more

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Canada consults users on payments infrastructure modernisation

  • 21,38,6,10,2015

The Canadian Payments Association, the agency responsible for Canada's core payments infrastructure, is in the midst of a modernisation effort to ensure the country’s systems meet users’ needs. This will involve introducing Faster Payments as well as the XML-based ISO 20022 financial messaging standard. Robin Arnfield reports read more

The 'Pay' model is strong, but banks are still in play

  • 21,18,1,10,2015

The advertising war has started between Apple Pay, Samsung Pay and Android Pay. But the game is not over for banks, yet. In North America and Europe, banks are developing furiously in their payments offerings and are not to be dismissed as old hat. Sirpa Nordlund, executive director of Mobey Forum, recounts soundbites and sentiments from the international association's HCE Workgroup read more

Legal links in the Blockchain: the disruptive effects

  • 20,37,21,09,2015

Technology leads, law follows. Once again, new technology creates a different context for existing legal concepts. Corporate partner Jonathan Kirsop and corporate associate Dylan Kerrigan of international law firm Stephenson Harwood LLP examine consumer rights and security from a legal standpoint read more

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The future is biometric, but privacy fears must be confronted

  • 15,55,8,10,2015

Over the summer, Mobey Forum’s Biometrics and Security Workgroup, set up to explore opportunities and use cases for biometric authentication in mobile money, met with The Biometrics Institute and the Natural Security Alliance, in a bid to exchange knowledge and expertise read more

Mobile Money: Why does it matter?

  • 00,00,7,10,2015

Today, there are two billion adults globally who are still considered ‘unbanked’ by The World Bank, however this figure is being addressed. Since 2011 the number of people with a bank account has jumped dramatically by 11%. Progress is being made by opening up financial services to people in developing countries – people who were previously excluded altogether. Eric Barbier, CEO, TransferTo, writes read more

Consumers should have to opt in to have a bed in your hotel room!

  • 20,30,23,09,2015

Mattresses come automatically, but if you want a bed you have to tick the box. This is an entirely logical scenario if we look at what the Australian parliamentary committee has called for. David Parker writes read more

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