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Travel payments magic, revealed

Globally, B2B travel transaction volumes are projected to reach $1.7 trillion by 2027 with the APAC (Asia Pacific) region in the lead as the fastest-growing market expected to reach $480

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The digital pound: A critical analysis of its evolution and future

Conversations around a digital pound are growing louder as the weeks roll by. With use cases popping up around the globe, is it time Britain followed suit? In a similar fashion to the way coins largely made way for banknotes, digital currency is the next natural progression in the evolution of money, whether consumers like the idea of it or not.

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AI for good: Boosting payments compliance with technology

AI has been a hot topic in the financial services sector for some time and the topic keeps gathering momentum. It is clear, AI has many potential use cases, such as: helping firms scale up their business; making better informed strategic business decisions; and supporting the efficient and effective delivery of regulatory compliance to name just a few potential use cases.

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The real battle for the customer begins

In an era where customer focus, innovation, and the challenge of profitable growth take center stage, the payments industry faces a pivotal transformation, signalling the end of ‘easy growth’ for traditional giants

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Cross-border real-time payments: Breaking down the barriers for global commerce

In an increasingly interconnected world, global commerce has become the lifeblood of the modern economy. Businesses of all sizes are expanding their reach beyond borders, opening up new opportunities and markets. However, the traditional financial systems have often lagged behind the speed and efficiency demanded by the globalised marketplace. Enter cross-border real-time payments—a concept that is reshaping international trade by breaking down barriers and providing a boost to global commerce.

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Understanding confirmation of Payee: The route to enhanced security in payment services

In the first half of 2023, UK Finance reported authorised push payment (APP) fraud losses amounting to £293.3 million, with the total number of APP cases increasing by 22%. The nature of authorised push payment (APP) fraud was harrowing – victims were willingly initiating and authorising payments into controlled accounts, often driven by criminal manipulation or misinformation.

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