Should payment firms be limited in how they reuse data or are the laws based on GDPR sufficient?
Financial columnist Matthew Lynn discusses how digital IDs could open up market competition.
Self-proclaimed payments geek, Dan Baker, head of payment rails product at J.P. Morgan, speaks to The Payments Association’s Kate McKenzie about the evolving payments landscape.
As the regulatory landscape continues to evolve, is innovation at risk in the fintech space?
Luke Cutajar, director of customer success at Ripple, fell into the payments sector 17 years ago after landing a role at American Express when he left university in Brighton. Specialising in foreign exchange services initially, Luke speaks to The Payment Association’s editor Jyoti Rambhai about building his payments career.
The UK’s financial watchdog has warned that e-money firms must undertake a “significant shift in culture and behaviour” if it is to comply with the new Consumer Duty rules, due to come into force in July.
With the UK government launching a second phase consultation on the future of cryptoassets, Max Savoie and Martin Dowdall of Sidley Austin examine what this means for firms.
The fintech industry is celebrating International Women’s Day in March. This year’s theme is ‘embracing equity’. It’s no secret, however, that the fintech industry has a diversity problem that needs
With decreased payment volumes and increased risks of market consolidation, The Payment Association examines how a recession could reshape the industry.
With Apple and Google already laying the foundations for biometric acceptance, the drive behind its adoption now comes from consumer demand for fast, secure and accurate ways to pay.
Gen Z, or the iGeneration, values convenience, speed, and security in their payment methods. As they gain financial independence and spending power, their choices will influence the next few decades
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