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Lafferty Advisory Services provides clients with access to a unique global network of specialist consultants in the retail banking and cards and payments sectors.
 
Members of our Lafferty & Associates international team:
 
  • are former senior executives with hands-on experience working in the world’s major retail banks, private banks, credit card companies and other financial services businesses
  • have deep expertise in managing complex international research and advisory projects, at all levels of client management
  • cover a broad range of sectors and functions, ranging from debit, credit and commercial cards to branch and internet banking, from competitive strategy to risk management and IT implementation
  • can be quickly and cost-effectively mobilised to deal with client issues




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Lafferty Global Research Databases provides invaluable market and competitor intelligence on
payments cards, e-money, acquiring/processing, retail banking and consumer credit.


Regions include: Asia-Pacific, Eastern Europe, Latin America, Middle East, Africa, North America and Western Europe.

 





IARB co-chairmen Michael Lafferty and Dick Harryvan discuss the latest rate rigging scandal and ethics in banking on the BBC World Service's World Business Report.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/i/p01m9IARB co-chairmen Michael Lafferty and Dick Harryvan discuss the latest rate rigging scandal and ethics in banking on the BBC World Service's World Business Report.