Payments

Conferma Pay, Sabre and Mastercard Issue B2B Virtual Travel Payment Cards

UK virtual corporate card provider Conferma Pay and US travel tech company Sabre have partnered with Mastercard to issue virtual cards for B2B travel payments. The solution involves generating single use card numbers to enable travel buyers and suppliers to

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Belgium’s OpenWay Launches Card-as-a-Service Platform

Belgian payment processing company OpenWay has added card issuing software to its Way4 digital payments platform covering credit, debit, corporate, fleet, instalment, prepaid, loyalty, and gift cards. The new “card-as-a-service” software includes features such as carbon footprint trackers for each

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Quid Launches Multi-Currency Wallet for SMEs With Visa’s Currencycloud

UK business banking platform Quid Global and cross-border payments platform Currencycloud have partnered to launch Quid’s multi-currency global wallet for businesses. The integration with Currencycloud will provide Quid’s SME clients with a multi-currency wallet that can convert between EUR, GBP,

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Switzerland Sets the Stage for Instant Payments

Stability. Secrecy. Safety. The Swiss financial system has been the very definition of these attributes for almost 200 years. But like the world’s financial systems, institutions and networks, one very active new factor is knocking at the border: change. And

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Exclusive Interview: Marc Evans, Klarpay COO on Virtual Banking

Even before the threat of the global pandemic, the seed of virtual banking started to sprout due to the technological race in recent decades. From the evolution of broadband internet infrastructure to 5G and satellite internet access, the internet has

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Klarpay Enables Digital Businesses to Transact in USD and GBP Globally

Business payments platform Klarpay has expanded its international payment capabilities with the launch of dedicated USD and GBP accounts. The addition, which enables companies to collect and disburse USD and GBP payments globally via their corporate Klarpay account, comes after

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J.P. Morgan and Mastercard Launch Pay-by-Bank Service

J.P. Morgan Payments and Mastercard have launched Pay-by-Bank to enable consumers to permission their financial data to be shared so they can pay bills directly from their bank account. The service means that consumers will not need to type in

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Central Bank Digital Currencies Introduce New Cybersecurity Challenges, Privacy Issues

Interest in central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) has grown over the past few years in response to changes in payments and technology, as well as the disruption caused by COVID-19. A 2021 survey conducted by the Bank for International Settlements

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MoneyGram Is Now Haas F1 Team’s Title Sponsor in 2023 and Beyond

Digital payments company MoneyGram is now Haas F1 Team’s title sponsor for the 2023 season and beyond, with the new “MoneyGram Haas F1 Team” brand to take effect next year. The Haas F1 Team is a a fan favorite and

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Revolut, Wise and Neon Are the Cheapest Neobanks in Switzerland

Online comparison service moneyland.ch conducted a study to compare the cost of using banking, card and foreign exchange services provided by seven leading neobanks in Switzerland — CSX, Neon, Revolut, Wise, Yapeal, Yuh, and Zak. The study found British neobanks

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