Wirecard has partnered with Apple Pay in France to launch boon, its mobile payment application.
A group of Chinese companies and state-owned businesses are partnering to create a new $1.5 billion fintech fund that will focus on mergers and acquisitions, and nurturing fintech enterprises in China.
Lloyds banking Group has agreed to pay £1.9 billion for Bank of America's credit card firm, MBNA, in the first acquisition by a UK bank since the 2008 financial crisis.
PayPal has partnered with Citigroup to make paying using mobile phones easier. As part of the deal, Citi will become the first bank to have its cards tokenised for in-store purchases using PayPal.
France's interbank network, Le Groupement d'intérêt Economique des Cartes Bancaires (CB), has chosen digital security company, Gemalto, to supply Pure - it's payment solution for mobiles.
Saying thanks in China has just got a whole lot more caffeinated as Tencent, the company that owns the social media platform WeChat, has struck a deal with coffee chain Starbucks to introduce a gifting feature into the platform.
Google's Android Pay is getting into the festive spirit in the UK by introducing some Christmas rewards on its payment app. It also announces better interaction with Transport for London and Uber.
Mastercard partners with Apple on Apple Pay’s Spain launch and rolls out selfie payments in Latin America
The American tech giant has launched its mobile payment service, Apple Pay, in Spain, partnering with Mastercard, Carrefour and American Express.
Android Pay has launched in Poland, which becomes only the second country in Europe (after the UK) to work with Google's mobile payment service. It will be available to customers with Mastercards and Android-based devices.
NatWest, Worldpay and Thyngs have partnered with the Royal British Legion to introduce contactless and mobile donations to Poppy Appeal.