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11th of September 2018
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Dear Subscriber,

What does the Ebury/SWIFT partnership mean for the future of the cross-border market?

This week on PaymentEye, SWIFT received a major technological endorsement as the first fintech goes live with gpi, causing a real ripple in the cross-border payments world. Head of UK & Ireland at SWIFT reacts: “It puts us in a good place for collaborative innovation.”

Elsewhere, Mathieu Barthélémy provides a 6 step guide to PSD2 compliance for banks, and how those banks can proactively use the Directive to enhance consumer trust.

In events this week, Al Lukies CBE, The Prime Minister’s fintech Business Ambassador, said that the “climate was right for the payments industry to be a big player in improving lives”, at an event hosted by paytech charity Pennies.

Read, enjoy and share.

David Beach

PaymentEye Team

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