Jonathan Quin, co-founder and CEO of World First, explores how established financial institutions and newer fintech disruptors stand to benefit from collaborating with one another in the fast-moving financial services sector.
Insights & Analysis
With advancements in technology and the subsequent availability of data, it seems surprising that banks seem to know less about their customers than ever before.
In an era where cheques are largely a thing of the past for organisations that operate within these shores, many people will be surprised to learn that many overseas B2B payments are still made by cheque.
Dean M. Leavitt, founder and CEO of Boost Payment Solutions and veteran of the electronic payments industry, discusses mission-critical factors in the continued successful growth of global B2B payments and commercial card acceptance.
James Blake, the founder of Hello Soda, talks about how Payment Service Providers can minimise chargebacks and make the process of payment more efficient - all by leveraging digital data.
Stuart Holmes, General Manager at AFEX, looks into the state of global B2B payments, the impact that recent geopolitical events have had on the industry, and how this ties in with issues of trade, currency and technology.
In this guest post, Anthony Walton, CEO of Iliad Solutions, explores how businesses and regulators can increase the safety and efficiency of transactions, and introduce technological advances into the system.
Payment terminals have stayed the same over the last 10 years, with steady advances in contactless and mobile wallet transactions. Retailers and brands are making a conscious effort to get closer to consumers.
Insurers went online a long time ago, but one of the major challenges has been creating an online experience that can handle the relatively complex insurance “form-filling” process. Jonathan Attwood, CEO of Fospha, explains how his company's toolset can help insurers more accurately track their customers' behaviour.
In this guest post, Lee Britton, commercial director of Prepaid Financial Services, contrasts the fortunes of fintech startups that choose to scale with the backing of major banks with those that opt to go it alone.