In recent months, two interesting suggestions have been made in relation to technology companies and their relationships with international authorities that emphasise the wealth and influence that certain organisations currently have in this space
By Owen Sweeney
Currency Cloud’s Todd Latham explains how cardholders are not held hostage by dynamic currency conversion when spending abroad because of the range of payments methods available to them
With the software revolution now entering into the very nature of money, the big question remains: how do core banking values find their best expression in these new configurations?
By Fin Keegan
It is surely only a matter of time before man’s best friend proves his worth and buys his owner a drink. Barclays, in fact, saw that day coming and recognised it with their PayWag April Fool’s joke last year. Their video of a contactless payment pilot showed a dog, Smiler, paying for a toy in a pet store through an NFC chip concealed in its collar
By Donal Conaty
In a recent entry from the Lafferty weblog, Group Thinking, Owen Sweeney unravels the modern day concept of the hackathon
In recent years online banking has become widely embraced for so many transactional needs that it has truly begun to chip away at the branches’ hold on customers, Karen Epper Hoffman reveals
Two new series of executive research reports covering the credit and debit cards markets.
Each databank is available by region – Africa, Asia-Pacific, Eastern Europe, Latin America, North America, Middle East and Western Europe.