t: +44 (0) 203 008 8415
e: enquiries@lafferty.com

 

Find out more about Lafferty Group's comprehensive offer by using the

left-hand menu to select the service/s of interest.

Login Now

 

Lafferty Research offers global retail banking, cards & payments and consumer finance research and analysis services.
Our suite of interactive ‘intelligent’ research databases includes Lafferty Research Databases, an online resource providing critical market and competitor intelligence on payment cards, e-money,merchant acquiring/processing, retail banking and consumer credit.
Lafferty Research also provides proprietary single client research and specialist multi-client research.

Lafferty Retail Banking Insights
Latest Highlights

News: The FCA issues guidelines on social media
Read

Research: Retail banking in Vietnam
Read

Opinion: Service please! Currency Cloud’s Todd Latham on the rise of the API
Read

Follow us on:

Lafferty Cards & Payments Insights
Latest Highlights

News: UK budget to support research into digital currencies
Read

Research: The cards market in Vietnam
Read

Opinion: Bruce Packard responds to the FT on TransferWise and the new Lafferty Breaking Banks report
Read

Follow us on:

Invitation

Lafferty Group cordially invites you to attend the

Innovation Conference

Banking Innovators 2015

Date: 30 June 2015

Venue: Level39, Canary Wharf, London, United Kingdom

R.S.V.P Michael Lafferty
Michaellafferty@lafferty.com

The Global 100



A new Lafferty thought leadership
report

Out Now

For more information

please take a look at the brochure
or contact steven.cowan@lafferty.com


Research Databases


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.