With the advent of Open Banking and the much more widespread use of Open APIs, ‘Request for Payment’ technology is set to revolutionize life for millions of UK consumers and businesses.
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28th June 2018
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In this issue of the PaymentEye e-newsletter, Dean Wallace, Practice Lead, Real-Time & Digital Payments, ACI Worldwide, asks if ‘Request for Payment’ is the next big thing in payments.

Elsewhere, read the highlights so far from PaymentEye’s Women in Payments series, featuring invaluable insight on the Open Future, PSD2 and more from Alison Donnelly, Louise Beaumont and Ghela Boskovich.

Headline News
 

With the advent of Open Banking and the much more widespread use of Open APIs, ‘Request for Payment’ technology is set to revolutionize life for millions of UK consumers and businesses.

Consumer Payments: Will ‘Request for Payment’ be the next ‘big thing’?
 
Insights in Focus
 

Alison Donnelly sat down with PaymentEye to discuss diversity and inclusion in payments, the power of regulation to change the industry for the better, and the influence of consumer demands on the world of b2b payments.

Alison Donnelly on PSD2, Women in Payments and the power of regulation
 

How can financial services effectively and innovatively leverage consumer data to provide solutions beyond the merely convenient to create something truly revolutionary?

Louise Beaumont on the Open Future
 

I was lucky enough to speak to Boskovich between her numerous engagements at Money 20/20 EU, Amsterdam to discuss banks as data custodians, financial inclusion and the power your data will hold in the future.

Ghela Boskovich on the fate of banks, financial inclusion and the power of data
 
More News
 

13.2 billion debit card payments were made last year, a rise of 14% on the previous year, but a new report from 2Checkout suggests that digital payments might soon overtake card payments as the most popular payment type.

Cards overtake cash in the UK - but are cards next to go?
 
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