• Eric Grover_resized
    Eric Grover Dec 6, 2017

    India’s exploding payments market: When electronic goes electric and eclectic

    With growth percentages often in the three digits, and sometimes four, India’s payments sphere promises opportunity for U.S. firms.

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  • India’s exploding payments market: When electronic goes electric and eclectic

    Eric Grover_resized
    Eric Grover Dec 6, 2017

    With growth percentages often in the three digits, and sometimes four, India’s payments sphere promises opportunity for U.S. firms.

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  • After the Faster Payments Task Force, what next?

    Lauri Giesen
    Lauri Giesen Dec 4, 2017

    After delivering an action plan to move the industry forward in 2017, the heavy lifting begins to make a 2020 goal.

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  • In Africa, payment advances pay off—big

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    Karen Epper Hoffman Nov 21, 2017

    New pipelines to the underbanked and ways for the financially distressed to crowdfund in an instant make Africa the spark continent.

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  • Fast payments at last—but will the U.S. be last?

    Geoff Williams
    Geoff Williams Nov 20, 2017

    Eight European countries unveil lightning-speed payments. So when will lightning strike in the U.S.?

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  • How blockchain is unlocking payments power

    Jeanne Pinder_resized
    Jeanne Pinder Nov 3, 2017

    Here’s how the digital ledger technology will improve slow, costly, error-prone international money transfers.

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  • With emerging payments, emerging security concerns and consciousness

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    Howard Altman Sep 28, 2017

    Besides convenience, mobile payments offer gateways for hackers to grab valuable info. David Lott of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta shares how banks and consumers can mitigate these risks.

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  • Merchant attrition to merchant addition: Analytics as a payments catalyst

    Rajesh Kamath
    Rajesh Kamath Sep 5, 2017

    Technology has so far delivered disappointing results. But analytics could help solve the attrition problem and more.

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