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Unleashing the power of SaaS

Software as a service (SaaS) has sparked a paradigm shift in the corporate domain in the past five years, revolutionising pivotal industries like finance, transactions, and insurance.

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Year-end 2023 payments quiz

A lot has gone on in the payments sector in the last 12 months, but have you been paying attention? There’s only one way to find out, we’ve devised a quiz to test your mettle below. 

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ESG and the risks of digitalisation

Charles Radclyffe explores why technology might not be the universal force for good it has always assumed to be and why the sector should be thinking about technology governance to mitigate and manage potential harms.

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CBDC: Threat or opportunity?

With myths on digital currencies being a threat to financial freedom dominating social media, Dominika Duziak, of OneStep Financial, explains why government must address this narrative and discuss its advantages.

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The Payment Association’s cracking community Christmas in the city

The Payments Association’s members and invited guests came together to celebrate Christmas in style on 6 December, as well as getting a unique opportunity to meet the association’s newest Advisory Board members and the new chair of the judges of the PAY360 Awards, Laura McCracken and the new deputy chair of the judges, Mike Chambers.

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Commercial cards in a post-COVID world

The Payments Association’s recently issued report, Navigating the New Opportunities for Corporate Cards, takes a close look at the world of corporate card payments, finding that there is much to do to make them as seamless as personal payments or even those for small businesses, but that there are innovative FinTechs who are solving the specific problems of making payments in a business setting.

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Dear Luc: I want to add credit capabilities like buy now, pay later (BNPL) to my service, what do I need to consider?

It’s time for another monthly #DearLuc, payments agony uncle, with Moorwand CCO Luc Gueriane and FinTech Futures! This week a fintech founder has asked about Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) and how they can get a piece of the action. Luc describes some of the key considerations to keep in mind when a card programme provider is looking to add BNPL to their service.

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THE ONLY CONSTANT IN FRAUD IS CHANGE

– What is Behavioral Biometric Analysis?
– What is a BionicID™?
– What makes Revelock’s BionicID™ solution unique in fraud prevention?
– How can BionicIDs™ be used to stop Impersonation and Manipulation attacks?
– What is BionicID™ analysis best suited for?
– Does BionicID™ data collection or analysis impact the User Experience (UX)?

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Contactless 2021: Will a £100 contactless limit be the final nail in the coffin for cash payments in the UK?

Cash payments have been in decline in the UK over the past decade, with contactless payment becoming the popular choice. But with the limit on contactless transactions set to double to £100 by the end of the year, what chance does cash stand? In this new article from Ingenico’s Contactless 2021 series, Blair Stalker examines the impact of the change and the #SCA mitigations against an increase in fraud.

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SATOSHI GOES TO WASHINGTON : SENATOR TOOMEY ISSUES RFI TO INFORM DIGITAL ASSET LEGISLATION

As we have noted in the past, federal regulation of the digital asset/cryptocurrency/DeFi community is evolving and there are many perspectives on what direction it should take. For instance, earlier this week, the House Democratic leadership and a group of moderate House Democrats agreed to a compromise that would prevent the House of Representatives from amending the Senate-passed “Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act” (H.R. 3684), thereby preserving the bill’s provisions expanding the definition of “broker” under the Internal Revenue Code to apply to various digital asset market participants.

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TAKING BITCOIN TO THE BANK: FDIC SEEKS COMMENTS ON BANK SERVICES FOR DIGITAL ASSETS

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has issued a “Request for Information and Comment on Digital Assets” (RFI) to learn more about the “novel and unique considerations related to digital assets….[g]iven that banks are increasingly exploring the emerging digital asset ecosystem.” A key theme of the RFI is the development of a framework to promote “responsible innovation.”

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