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28th of February 2019
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Dear Subscriber,

On PaymentEye this week, Barclays business banking boss explains why UK SMEs are in “a good spot” despite Brexit uncertainty, and Danske’s chief digital officer outlines the bank’s unique position in Northern Ireland.

Elsewhere, CellPoint CEO Kristian Gjerding believes POS terminals will become obsolete as more airlines promote alternative payment methods to get around PCI and EMV regulation and provide a better customer experience.

In other news, Sage’s Seamus Smith warns UK SMEs that they must embrace technology at levels of their European counterparts.

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David Beach


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