A group of 60 companies are stepping up opposition to the European Banking Authority’s plan to outlaw direct access - aka screen scraping - from the Payment Services Directive.
A survey suggests that open banking, which will be ushered in next January by the Payment Services Directive, is a game changer for the financial services industry.
A global survey reveals high demand among US and European small and medium-sized businesses for fast and innovative payment and banking services.
Canadian fintech group D+H, which this month announced its impending union with Misys, covered topics from real time payments to APIs at its EMEA Insights event in London this week.
Faster payment solutions have belatedly made their debut in the US, but it’s still a work in progress.
A relatively small population and take-up of the latest technologies makes the country a testbed for payment innovation, according to an ANZ Group report.
The P20 initiative marks a closer partnership between the financial services capital and the main US city for payments processing.
How do banks, the long-established players in the payments market, best respond to the revolution that is now underway?
A report by trade association Payments UK suggests that the pace of change means this year could make a watershed in the way that consumers and businesses make payments.
The European Union’s revised Payment Services Directive (PSD2) will be a game changer for the financial services industry when it takes effect in 12 months’ time. How should each party that will feel the impact of PSD2 be responding?