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16th of May 2019
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Dear Subscriber,

“We’re fighting the retreat in a rearguard action,” says Graham Mott, director of strategy at Link, the UK ATM network.

On PaymentEye this week, Mott outlines how the ATM network plans on safeguarding access to cash for the 2.2m cash dependents while also ensuring the national network doesn’t go the same way as “pubs and garages”.

Elsewhere, Laurent Bramy, who leads the global banking software provider Temenos in Francophile territories, is surprised by emerging countries banks’ focus amid increasingly disrupted markets.

Read, enjoy and share.

David Beach


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