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Bank of Bhutan to accept JCB cards

  • 00,00,26,09,2016

JCB International (JCBI) has signed an agreement with Bank of Bhutan, pursuant to which the bank started accepting JCB cards in the country. read more

Century 21 Department Store, Alliance Data to introduce new credit card

  • 00,00,26,09,2016

Alliance Data Systems' Ohio-based card services business has signed a new long-term agreement to provide private label credit card services for Century 21 Department Store based in New York City. read more

Colbea taps Gilbarco Veeder-Root for new EMV payment terminals

  • 00,00,26,09,2016

Colbea has decided to implement Gilbarco Veeder-Root's Passport point of sale with EMV functionality and FlexPay IV forecourt payment terminals across its entire network of over 100 convenience stores. read more

QIB launches new credit card with flexible payment option

  • 00,00,26,09,2016

Qatar Islamic Bank (QIB) has rolled out its latest Visa-branded credit card that offers flexible payment options to card members. read more

UnionPay, National Bank of Pakistan partner to issue UnionPay cards

  • 00,00,23,09,2016

UnionPay International and National Bank of Pakistan (NBP) have signed an agreement to jointly issue 3.5 million UnionPay cards over the next five years in Pakistan. read more

ShapeShift integrates with Wirex to enable debit card funding

  • 00,00,23,09,2016

Cryptocurrency exchange platform ShapeShift.io has announced an API integration with Wirex, a provider of debit cards for digital currency, which will allow Wirex users to fund their debit cards using digital currencies. read more

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Why is the UK’s fraud level rising so rapidly?

  • 11,11,25,08,2016

Security is on the mind of everyone involved in finance, from relationship manager to consumer. Steps are constantly being taken to prevent lapses in security, including fraud. Despite these precautions, fraud continues to rise in certain areas with an 18% rise in the UK in just one year. Patrick Brusnahan investigates read more

Who needs cash? Not Scandinavia

  • 11,58,4,08,2016

While a ‘cashless society’ is often brought up in thinkpieces and discussions worldwide, there is only one region taking the initiative with this movement. Scandinavia is closest to truly being cashless, but how is the market shaping up? Patrick Brusnahan writes on this region with help from Timetric’s research read more

Fintechs: Friend or foe in the world of financial services?

  • 10,54,19,07,2016

London has gained a reputation as a leading fintech hub, hosting more and more innovative technology start-ups but can they be considered as friends or enemies of financial services? This is exactly what June’s debate from the Digital Banking Club (TDBC) set to find out. Jessica Longley reports on the action read more

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Diebold Nixdorf not a ‘disruptive force’

  • 13,30,12,09,2016

As always, the payments market is in the middle of several big developments. With a huge merger in the ATM sector, new regulatory reports and a shift towards innovative offerings in the industry, there is a lot to talk about. Patrick Brusnahan caught up with firm NCR to find its views on the current situation read more

Diebold Nixdorf kicks off new era

  • 18,09,18,08,2016

It has taken some 16 months since first mooted but they have got there in the end-the ‘they’ being Diebold and Wincor Nixdorf. Douglas Blakey writes read more

Cards industry needs a pro-active approach to combat the pandemic of financial fraud

  • 16,59,16,08,2016

Consumer Payment Fraud is still on the rise globally despite the widespread adoption of fraud analytics solutions by financial institutions and retailers, along with EMV in most countries. Jay Floyd, Head of Fraud Strategy and Solutions EMEA, ACI Worldwide, writes read more

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