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July 2, 2018
Earlier this month, Money20/20 Europe arrived in Amsterdam where industry-leading figures came together to discuss how payments are evolving and what we can expect from our banks and financial institutions in the coming years. Here is a summary of three key topics that were recurring throughout the event. Open Banking: Partnership’s Key to Success With […]
June 22, 2018
Authentication services hold high promise in a tech-forward world plagued by threats of fraud, hacking and other information stealing activities. While the need for these services is being widely discussed, the actual market size and how often consumers are authenticating their identity remains widely undocumented. In an earlier post, we introduced findings from our analysis […]
June 22, 2018
Authentication services hold high promise in a tech-forward world plagued by threats of fraud, hacking and other information-stealing activities. While the need for these services has been and continues to be widely discussed, can anyone say how often consumers are actually authenticating themselves today? How much are these authentication moments worth? To help shed some […]
May 29, 2018
Consumer payment policy favouring cash alternatives becoming common In both emerging and developed markets, regulators have turned to payment policy as a channel to increase their tax base by making the purchase of illegal goods and tax evasion more difficult. Although payment policy has taken a variety of different shapes, a few common approaches include: […]
May 26, 2018
A tecnologia é um dos principais drivers de megatendências conduzindo o comportamento do consumidor globalmente. Ela permeia todas as indústrias e determina a forma como as empresas podem atender à demanda cada vez maior dos consumidores por conveniência e simplicidade. Uma das indústrias em que fica mais evidente a influência direta da tecnologia é a […]
April 17, 2018
US consumers have one of the highest levels of per capita gross income and consumer expenditure among developed economies, and their discretionary spending power continues to rise gradually. However, the income gap remains high, resulting in market polarisation and restraining middle-class expansion. A monetary tightening policy will lead to slower growth in income and expenditure […]

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