Financial inclusion has been a priority for Latin American policy makers for the last five years, with governments across the region working to offer low-fee bank accounts, improve access to credit and encourage the development of mobile and e-banking in rural regions.
PaymentEye met Mike Camerling, CPO at AEVI, at last year’s Money 20/20 in Las Vegas to get his take on the year’s trends, the evolution of B2B space and to see what the future holds for the payments industry.
This GDP growth is being underpinned by a payments infrastructure that relies overwhelmingly on mobile wallets. But why mobile?
No demographic is targeted quite so frequently as millennials. Academics study them, and businesses want to sell to them.
Why do open payments matter? With the arrival of omni-channel and cross-border payments, open payments and infrastructure in the payments industry are a necessity.
Never mind the Twelve Days of Christmas -- here are twelve essential facts that all retailers should know about the m-commerce revolution and mobile payments going into 2017.
UK shoppers are set to spend £3 billion on Black Friday, with sales soaring by almost 40% on 25 November. Great news for retailers -- but also for fraudsters eager to cash in on high transaction volumes to exploit any security weakness.
As the consumer and B2B online lending market has grown rapidly over the last few years, one of the increasing challenges has ... read more
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.
Numerous UK financial organisations are seeking alternative arrangements following the US government’s decision to ban payments processor PacNet Services Ltd and freeze its owners’ assets.