Mobile Banking on the Rise in the U.S.: Javelin Strategy & Research
As the smart phone and tablet penetration continues to rise, so does the use of mobile banking.
European Union: WikiLeaks Card Blockade does not Violate Anti-trust Rules
European Commission said that a block on processing donations for WikiLeaks by Visa Europe and other credit card companies did not violated the European Union (EU) anti-trust rules.
Retail banks to Invest More in Mobile and Analytics during 2013: Ovum Report
New Ovum report titled ‘2013 Trends to Watch: Retail Banking Technology’ reveals that pressure to adopt mobile and social media applications and ‘big data’ customer analytics will lead retail banks to invest more in innovation in 2013.
Emerging New Channels of Payments is Biggest Challenge to Payments Industry - Report
Emerging new channels of payments is viewed as the biggest challenge faced by the payment industry in present times, reveals an annual survey conducted by Compass Plus at the recent Cartes 2012 security and ID event in France.
PKTMNY Launches Prepaid Cards for Eight Year Old Children
British start-up PKTMNY is encouraging parents to offer their eight-year old children prepaid cards.
Temenos Insight Business Analytics Solution Adopted by 50 Percent of Top 20 Largest Canadian Credit Unions
Temenos has announced considerable growth in its Canadian operations with nine deals signed for its Insight Business Analytics solution in the past year.
Mobile Banking Leaves Users Frustrated Say Reports
Mobile banking has grown 11 percent over 2011 figures. A First Annapolis Consulting study reveals that, 81 of the top 100 U.S. financial institutions offer mobile banking service through
Seven Banks get Involved in Development of SAP Financial Services Network
Seven banks: Bank of America Merrill Lynch, The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Citigroup Inc.,
Disabled and Elderly Often Share Cards Reveals New Payments Council Study
Disabled and elderly Britons often have to share cards and personal identification numbers with their family or partners, reveals a recent Payments Council research conducted by Policis and Toynbee Hall.
New Clearing and Settlement Mechanism for Belgian Banks to be Hosted on STET platform
Banks in Belgium have started testing a new clearing and settlement mechanism (CSM) that will process both Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) and legacy payment instruments for 16 direct participation banks and two card processors.