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04.22.14

Paybefore Announces Winners for European Awards (April 22, 2014)

The roars from the kings of the payments jungle have been heard. Today Paybefore reveals the winners in 2014 Paybefore Awards Europe.

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Companies & People

04.14.14

People on the Move: Nadia Dombrowski, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP

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Nadia Dombrowski has joined the payments practice at Davis Wright Tremaine LLP as a partner in the firm’s New York office.

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Mobile & Emerging Payments

04.24.14

A Square Deal? (April 24, 2014)

First the Wall Street Journal reported in November that Square Inc. was considering an IPO. Then acquisition rumors swirled after the newspaper reported this week that Square had been in M&A talks with companies including Google, Apple and PayPal.

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Government Watch

04.24.14

India’s Central Bank Pushes for Enhanced Security (April 24, 2014)

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has released a final committee report on enhancing security in the country’s electronic payments sector with the use of Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) technology.

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Op-Ed

04.16.14

Blog: PIF Comments on RBI’s Revised Prepaid Guidelines

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Industry players welcome the guidance to bring the legal framework for prepaid under a single policy document that leaves little room for ambiguity, and industry continues to advocate for further reforms that will help drive growth of prepaid products to benefit Indian citizens.

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Retail Perspectives

04.21.14

Serve Adds Walmart to Free Cash-Reload Network, Kicks Off TV Campaign (April 21, 2014)

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American Express today announced it’s adding Walmart as a distribution and reload partner for its Serve digital prepaid account, and this week will kick off its first TV commercials for the product.

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Free Content

04.24.14

Survey: Shoppers Unaware, Uncomfortable with Certain Mobile Technology (April 24, 2014)

Consumers may be embracing mobile apps, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they’re comfortable with or even aware of what their apps can do, a new study suggests.

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