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On October 26, 2022 a proposal for a Regulation amending Regulations (EU) no 260/2012 (SEPA Regulation) and (EU) 2021/1230 (Cross-border Payments Regulation or CBPR2) as regards instant credit transfer in... read more

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ACI will partner with Verifone to deliver a comprehensive pan-European payments platform for Auchan Group, one of Europe’s largest food retailers. Auchan relies on ACI’s market-leading, omni-channel UP Retailer Payments solution as the foundation for its cross-border payments strategy. In addition, the ACI solution will integrate with Verifone’s VX 820 PIN pads and ‘payment as a service’ [...]

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With more Americans using credit, debit and prepaid goods to pay for goods and services, the merchant card processing fees to process those cards continues to rise. General purpose and private label credit, debit, and prepaid cards generated $5.165 trillion in payments for goods and services in 2014.  Processing fees, including interchange paid by US merchants [...]

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The Payment Systems Regulator, which launched on Wednesday, will open up access of the infrastructure underpinning financial transactions, from mobile payments to house purchases. The largest lenders, such as Lloyds, Royal Bank of Scotland, Barclays and HSBC, own and control the main systems, such as Faster Payments, which are used to make money transfers. Hannah [...]

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