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11.26.14

Why Payments M&A Activity Is Hot

With the holiday season upon us, it’s not too early to declare 2014 a year of exceptional growth in financing for payments companies, as well as M&A activity that reflects consolidation. We see no reason to think this trend will abate anytime soon.

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Companies & People

11.24.14

People on the Move: David Wolfe, CARD.com

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CARD.com, a mobile-focused financial product provider, has hired David Wolfe as senior vice president of technology.

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Mobile & Emerging Payments

11.25.14

Cardpool, LevelUp Turn Gift Cards into Loyalty Credits (Nov. 25, 2014)

Gift card exchange Cardpool is partnering with LevelUp to make the most coveted gift—the gift card—more valuable by enabling LevelUp users to exchange unused and partially used gift cards for LevelUp credits at more than 14,000 participating merchants.

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Government Watch

11.25.14

What the U.K.’s New Payments Regulator Wants (Nov. 25, 2014)

Payments industry participants are getting a taste of what compliance might be like under its new regulator the Payment Systems Regulator (PSR).

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Op-Ed

11.20.14

Viewpoint: CFPB Issues Prepaid Account Study

Simultaneously with the release of its 870-page prepaid account proposal last week, the CFPB issued a “Study of Prepaid Account Agreements.”

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Retail Perspectives

11.25.14

Cardpool, LevelUp Turn Gift Cards into Loyalty Credits (Nov. 25, 2014)

Gift card exchange Cardpool is partnering with LevelUp to make the most coveted gift—the gift card—more valuable by enabling LevelUp users to exchange unused and partially used gift cards for LevelUp credits at more than 14,000 participating merchants.

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Free Content

11.26.14

Why Payments M&A Activity Is Hot

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With the holiday season upon us, it’s not too early to declare 2014 a year of exceptional growth in financing for payments companies, as well as M&A activity that reflects consolidation. We see no reason to think this trend will abate anytime soon.

Sponsored by: