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MONEY2020 EUROPE – DAY 1

Fintech startups are an important part of Money 2020 and this year organisers have said they are putting startups at “the heart of the event”. However, it is equally evident as you walk in to the main foyer, the imposing presence of major international payment brands.
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Wall Street Embraces Silicon Valley as Tech Shakes Up Finance

“Moving money has become big business. More customers using cards instead of cash has boosted Visa Inc. and Mastercard Inc.’s stock, but introduced new competitors. Silicon Valley’s steady march into lending and payments was on display this week at the Money 20/20 conference in Las Vegas, where more than 11,000 people gathered to discuss the […]

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Klarna Pairs up With Rancourt to let Shoppers pay Over Time

“Today at Money20/20 in Las Vegas, Klarna, a leading global payments provider, introduced their Slice it in 4 payment option, which allows consumers to pay for purchases in installments using their own debit or credit card. In conjunction with the launch, Klarna has signed its first U.S. merchant, Rancourt & Co., premium leather shoe crafters, to use the […]
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Verifone Introduces the First PCI-Compliant Full Touchscreen Feature for the Blind and Visually Impaired

“Verifone today announced the introduction of Navigator, the first-of-its-kind payment feature with a fully integrated touchscreen to earn certification for accessibility and usability by the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB), a United Kingdom-based charity. Further, Navigator meets PCI requirements – an information security standard mandated and administered by the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council to reduce […]
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ID Analytics Introduces Comprehensive Solution to Address Multifaceted Synthetic Fraud Challenges

“Today synthetic identities are not always created using valid information from multiple consumers. Many are composed of invalid information with no ties to a known consumer – making them increasingly difficult to detect. With no victim to report that their identity has been stolen, or conflicting personal identifying information (PII) to raise a red flag, […]