Senior Product Marketing Manager
In the U.S. and around the world, consumers are getting into spending mode with the beginning of the holiday shopping season, which means transactions are likely to be at their greatest amount yet.
On July 13, 2012, the stakeholders in the seemingly never-ending class-action lawsuit, which alleged that Visa, MasterCard and their member banks violated anti-trust laws when setting interchange rates, announced a preliminary settlement.
Product Marketing Manager
On July 13th 2012 the stakeholders in the seemingly never ending class-action lawsuit, which alleged that Visa, MasterCard and their member banks violated anti-trust laws when setting interchange rates, announced a preliminary settlement.
Payments Industry Consultant
The Australian Payments Clearing Association (Apca) recently confirmed it will not be closing the country's cheque clearing system, following a year-long consultation with payment stakeholders.
Director of Solutions Consulting
With a few notable exceptions (such as Apple) the fact is that technology doesn't really matter. What really matters, especially when you are targeting consumers, is application.
SVP & Managing Director, EMEA
As we're wrapping up the loose ends from Toronto, the thing I keep coming back to is how different the conversations were than they have been in the past.
You wouldn’t drive a car without a dashboard – so why would you run a payment system without one?
Head of Transaction Banking, EMEA
Transaction banking is now receiving the respect it deserves as a sustainable source of revenue and vital customer touch point. In fact, in 2009 global payments revenues were $900 billion – double that of our worldwide airlines.
In trying to please everybody, do banks risk pleasing nobody?
SEPA is due to become a full-blown regulatory event once the end-dates are set by legislation. The first reaction to any regulatory change is generally that of ‘response’ – dealing with any required change. And that is often the minimum to achieve compliance.
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