Still recovering from the bank holiday and trying to catch up with everything that’s happening in the name of payments and fintech in Europe right now? *|MC:SUBJECT|*
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24th May 2016
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Welcome to the latest issue of the PaymentEye newsletter!
In our top story today we give you a snapshot of the most important stories happening in payments, banking and fintech across Europe this week. That includes Berlin neobank Number26 upsetting some of its users with sudden account cancellations, a new fintech task force set up by France’s regulator and trouble for PayPal in Turkey.
Elsewhere we look at contactless in two very different corners of the world: firstly in the Scottish city of Glasgow and secondly in Canada where contactless payments more than doubled last year. We also have a guest piece from WorldFirst CEO Jonathan Quin talking about open APIs as the catalyst for collaboration.

Headline News
 

Still recovering from the bank holiday and trying to catch up with everything that’s happening in the name of payments and fintech in Europe right now?

European payments and fintech snapshot
 
Insights in Focus
 

Canadians are saying yes to contactless payments.

Canada says yes to contactless
 

Glasgow’s subway ticketing system is going digital, with 100,000 new Bramble travel cards now in circulation.

Glasgow Subway goes digital with 100,000 smart travel cards issued
 
Insights & Analysis
 

Open APIs: The Catalyst for Collaboration
 
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