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Data released by the payments industry self-regulatory body Australian Payments Network (AusPayNet) revealed a 19.5% decline in card fraud in 2019, the biggest decline since fraud data was first published.... more
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Despite some countries, like the UK, adding further extensions to the SCA deadline, the EBA is maintaining its strict ruling that the December 2020 deadline must be met. At present,... more
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With the deadline extension to PSD2’s Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) well underway, and the European regulators declining to extend further, there are steps that merchants must take so they can... more
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The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has delayed the implementation of Strong Customer Authentication (SCA). This is the second delay is has authorised. Last year, the FCA extended the deadline... more
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Smart Payment Association (SPA), the global trade body of the smart payments industry, has published proposals for an Instant Payment Card that would extend SEPA instant Credit Transfer functionality to... more
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