Asia is the largest and most populous continent in the world, home to more than 60% of the global population – some 4.56 billion people. This vast region spans over
Guy W. Lecky-Thompson, head of products & processing services at Trionis explains why ATMs still have a prominent role in the future of the payments industry.
Tony Petrov, chief legal officer at Sumsub, summarises the rules incorporated in the EU Artificial Intelligence Act (EU AI Act) and how they might impact on the industry.
The transition to real-time payments is well underway. AutoRek global payments manager, Nick Botha, explains why those who prepare and adapt now will be better poised to become a leader in the world of real-time payments.
Eduardo Martínez of Toqio outlines why embedded finance has become an essential component of developing systems and providing customer satisfaction.
Pavlo Khropatyy explains how banks should embark on the journey of digital transformation, keeping their customers firmly at the heart of their strategies.
With big tech entering the banking space, payment firms need to be at the forefront of changing the ‘software sabotage’ culture to ensure consumers and those in the supply are protected as well as reducing e-waste.
James Hunt of Feedzai discusses the evolution of acquiring banks and PSPs.
Tony Craddock, Director General from The Payments Association and Mike Nathan, Global Head of Solutions Consulting at Feedzai explore the seismic shifts on the horizon for the financial services industry due to regulatory changes in fraud prevention and how these might rewrite the game’s rules—for better or worse.
FIS senior sales executive Julien Farley discusses why he believes that the payment industry should adopt a more open-minded approach to the different payment methods that are used worldwide.
It will make millions of us redundant. It will turn whole industries upside down. It might even lead to the obliteration of humanity, and its replacement with something smarter and more civilised.
Listen to Peter Tobin, head of debit solutions at TSYS, and Matt Cox, director of digital payments and cards at Nationwide Building Society, discussing the evolution of open banking in Europe and the UK.
Bob Kaufman explains how integrated payment frameworks transform reconciliation processes for travel and tourism businesses.
In the last seven years, Tillo has grown from a start-up with a handful of employees to a multi-national company employing nearly one hundred individuals across three continents.
To support merchants during the cost-of-living crisis, retail finance providers must prioritise the end-user’s needs. New tools that focus on matching loans to a customer’s affordability help to do just
Although debit cards have long been a symbol of banking’s status quo, a combination of consumer demand for innovation and emerging technologies have set the stage for a dramatic transformation
Pavlo Khropatyy, VP and global head of delivery, FS&I, at Intellias, explores the profitable alliance of machine learning and finance, highlighting five remarkable ways this technology is revolutionising the industry. Machine
Jovi Overo, managing director of BaaS at Unlimit, shares his views on how BaaS will grow over the next five years and what service providers should be implementing today to reap the benefits.
The UK and EU are leveraging advanced analytics solutions to address emerging money laundering and terrorism financing risks and strengthen anti-money laundering efforts, but supervisors are concerned about the payment
Advancements in generative AI come with critical concerns regarding data ownership and privacy, leaving businesses grappling with how to deal with sensitive information. Generative AI has made remarkable progress in
The banking and financial services sector has been thoroughly transformed by technology over the past decade. Previously slow to adapt and adopt new technologies, financial organisations have been so heavily
Why does it seem B2B technology is built to punish professionals? Martin Simonovic, fintech product lead at Vacuumlabs, offers a quick rundown of how payment processors can offer their clients
The Joint Regulatory Oversight Committee’s (JROC)’s open banking recommendations have the potential to revolutionise payments, but big investments will be necessary into digital transformation, legacy platform modernisation and cloud migration that is future-proof.
Delivering excellent customer support can be a significant differentiator for fintech companies. In the digital age, where customers are expecting instant and effective support, a great customer experience can set
Andrew Hewitt, Director of Payment and Data Solutions at FIS, shares his views about the New Payments Architecture (NPA) and specifically instant payments, the future potential and risks, as well as his own learnings from early account-to-account initiatives.
We are calling on the UK government for recognition of the critical role that the payments industry plays in determining technology investment in the UK, and for regulation that avoids
Aleksander Tsuiman, at Veriff, explains why he believes remote identity verification can help businesses keen to adopt or build their own use of cryptoassets without the common security risks associated
Chargebacks911’s Monica Eaton examines five ways how businesses can utilise bots and new technology to drive sales online.
With innovation in B2C payments growing at much faster rate, Intellias’s Olaf Baunack debunks the myths associated with B2B payments.
With more and more young people using BNPL as a payment option, Monica Eaton of Chargebacks 911 explores the benefits and risks of using this type of lending to make purchases.
AutoRek’s Nick Botha discusses how the FCA is taking payments safeguarding very seriously and firms should be able to demonstrate robust governance and control frameworks to avoid unwanted consequence.
ConnexPay’s Anant Patel, president of international markets, discusses the future of payments, highlighting the potential of virtual cards to provide multiple efficiencies and cost savings, while increasing security, reducing fraud
Listen to the Project Financial Crime fireside chat live from the PAY360. This fireside chat discusses results from the Project Financial Crime whitepaper in partnership with Form3, featuring Andrew Churchill, Ambassador, The Payments Association (Moderator), Chris Oakley, Head of Fraud, Form3 and Jonathan Williams, Payments Specialist, Payment Systems Regulator.
Fireside Chat: Open Finance – what is the impact of the new proposal? Discussion with Helen Child, Open Banking Excellence, Matt Cox, Director of Digital Payments and Cards, Nationwide & Steven Bisoffi, Technical Specialist Payments, Payment Systems Regulator
Paymentology’s Martin Heraghty explores how the lending landscape is changing and what this means for consumers.
Peter Harmston and Robert Dean at KPMG UK explore how AI can be adopted to have the biggest benefits for both business and customers.
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