Mastercard has announced the completion of the acquisition of Transfast, a global payments company with significant cross-border network reach.
Uber is partnering with BBVA and Mastercard to launch a debit card for drivers in Mexico, the company’s latest gambit to promote banking in a country that runs on cash.
IXOPAY is an independent and PCI-DSS certified payment platform, and this partnership will allow its clients to use Kount to protect their digital innovation from fraud.
The PayPal Business Debit Mastercard gives UK business owners instant access to their PayPal funds around the world.
SPS is introducing CMI® to allow banking card issuers and the whole banking card ecosystem to develop an even more customized card solution.
Seven Dutch banks have recently started to introduce instant payments using the CSM (Clearing and Settlement Mechanism) system of equensWorldline.
The merged group to create a unique transatlantic payment network based on next-generation online banking payments.
According to Gartner, most banks will be made irrelevant by 2030. One of the key reasons is that they are not meeting market needs and keeping up with the pace of digitalisation.
PayPal has invested 10 million euros ($11.2 million) in Tink, a Swedish company that enables banks and fintech startups to access financial data more easily.
Global Payments is nearing a deal to acquire peer Total System Services Inc (TSYS) for about $20 billion in an all-stock deal, according to a source familiar with the matter.
Adyen, the payments platform, has announced that it has been selected by Uber to be its initial solutions provider for 3D Secure (3DS).
The round was led by growth capital investors Lead Edge Capital, Lone Pine Capital and Vitruvian Partners.
Payvision celebrates its one-year partnership with ING, one of the largest European banks, with a brand-new visual and sonic identity, marking the company’s shift into a new era.
Thunes has extended its network in Mongolia adding LendMN – the first Mongolian “fintech”, in an effort to promote financial inclusion and smarter payment solutions.
AliExpress adds Klarna’s market-leading ‘Pay later’ option through the world’s leading payment platforms Alipay and Adyen.
Thunes (previously TransferTo), a global cross-border payments network, announced that it has successfully completed its $10 million Series A financing led by GGV Capital, a leading global venture firm.
Took place on April 10-11, 2019, Seamless Middle East is the region’s most comprehensive exhibition, with over 350 exhibitors and 400 speakers from the payments and commerce industries.
The non-profit organisation has been established by the founding members PPRO, Bankin’, Eurobits, Klarna/Sofort, Trustly.
UK bank NatWest is piloting in-card biometric technology that lets customers verify point-of-sale transactions with their fingerprints.
Leading payment service provider ECOMMPAY is proud to announce the appointment of Audrey Ottevanger as Director and Head of APAC.