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Request to Pay (R2P) is a hot industry buzzword. While still in its infancy, Request to Pay promises greater control and faster settlement for consumers and businesses alike. Payments Cards... read more

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Online marketplaces may be the greatest business success story of the last twenty years. Perhaps the most well known are Amazon – revenue $477 billion last year, up 14% –... read more

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It’s been a year since every merchant across France, Germany, Italy and Spain — the EEA’s largest digital commerce markets — started complying with PSD2, but has enforcement reduced fraud... read more

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Open Banking got started back in 2018 thanks to ground-breaking regulations (PSD2), that gave consumers the right to access their bank account data using third parties called account information services providers... read more

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