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Vantiv, PPRO Group to offer international alternative payment methods for US merchants

  • 00,00,7,12,2016

Payment processor Vantiv and PPRO Group, a cross border e-payment provider, have teamed up to offer international alternative payment methods (APMs) to Vantiv's merchants in the US to expand their reach overseas. read more

TSYS, Advanzia Bank renew card processing agreement

  • 00,00,7,12,2016

US-based credit card processor TSYS has renewed its payments agreement with Advanzia Bank, a credit card issuer in Luxembourg. read more

Amex snaps up InAuth to boost fraud-prevention and security capabilities

  • 00,00,7,12,2016

American Express (Amex) has acquired InAuth, a mobile device authentication and intelligence solutions provider, to strengthen fraud-prevention and security capabilities. read more

MasterCard, Wells Fargo collaborate for real-time payments

  • 00,00,7,12,2016

MasterCard has partnered with Wells Fargo & Co to offer real-time payments to Wells Fargo's consumers. read more

Android Pay arrives in New Zealand

  • 00,00,6,12,2016

Tech giant Google has rolled out its mobile payments system Android Pay in New Zealand that allows users to pay for anything using their Android-based smartphone. read more

HSBC rolls out its first credit cards in China

  • 00,00,6,12,2016

HSBC has rolled out its first own-brand credit cards across all cities in the Pearl River Delta (PRD) as well as 30 non-PRD cities in China. read more

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Can American banks put a price on loyalty?

  • 12,51,25,11,2016

Top US banks such as Bank of America (BofA), Chase, Citi and Wells Fargo have been investing heavily in their credit card rewards programs to attract new cardholders and retain the loyalty of their existing customers. Robin Arnfield reports read more

The millennial shift in Europe is real, but is it important?

  • 13,59,24,11,2016

There are constant discussions on how to attract the millennial market. This has never been more prevalent as the millennial sector, roughly aged between 18 and 35, are now coming into the peak of their purchasing power and economic productivity. How can banks attract this bunch? Patrick Brusnahan reports read more

Prepaid taking Europe by storm

  • 12,21,21,11,2016

One day, four sessions and multiple keynote speakers from leading companies from Italy and the wider Europe highlighted the healthy state of the growing prepaid market and its prospects. Douglas Blakey reports on the key news, developments and presentations from the event read more

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A post recession high: US credit card accounts hit 342 million

  • 15,14,25,11,2016

New US credit card accounts rose to 84.9 million in the second quarter – the most recent quarter for which figures are available -, up 11% from a year earlier according to data released by the American Bankers Association read more

How to combat the fraud industry

  • 11,46,24,11,2016

With some unwanted finding regarding fraud, as well as major breaches in cyber security, a stronger strategy towards security is needed now more than ever. John Marsden, head of ID and fraud at Equifax, gives an overview of the main risks and the measures that businesses should look to implement read more

Chargeback fraud drowning Black Friday and seasonal revenue

  • 12,32,22,11,2016

As online shopping reaches its 2016 peak, merchants are concluding their final preparations, ensuring that they will be able to make the most of this year’s seasonal surge. Online retailers must maximise the biggest opportunities of the year and avoid the New Year chargeback hangover. Monica Eaton-Cardone comments read more

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