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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.

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News: Fed delays key parts of Volcker Rule
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News: Card fees to be capped under new EU rules
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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.