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01.18.17

Change ahead in D.C.: What’s Up For Grabs; How Will it Affect the Industry?

Winds of change are blowing in Washington, D.C. The election of Republican Donald J. Trump as president, combined with a Republican-controlled U.S. House and Senate has the potential to usher in widespread change, and much of it could affect the payments industry. As eventful as 2016 was, it might pale in comparison with 2017. We’ve compiled a list of some of the biggest regulatory and legislative issues to watch in the weeks and months ahead.

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Mobile & Emerging Payments

01.19.17

Carmakers Continue Payments Push: Daimler to Roll out Mercedes Pay

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Banks and retailers aren’t the only companies getting into the digital wallet game. Daimler Financial Services, which operates under the same corporate umbrella as the Mercedes luxury car brand, plans to build an electronic payments service via its acquisition of Luxembourg-based PayCash Europe.

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Pay Studio

01.18.17

Poll Results: Investing to Grow

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As 2016 came to a close, we asked our readers: Where will you be investing most to grow your business in 2017?

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Retail

01.19.17

FIS and Verifone Help Consumers Redeem Loyalty Points

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2016 Pay Award winners FIS and Verifone are working together to make it easier (and instantaneous) for consumers to redeem loyalty points, some $16 billion of which are left on the table annually in the U.S., the companies said.

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Op-Ed

01.12.17

Viewpoint: 3 Holiday Trends that Will Shape Your Fraud Strategy in 2017

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As you consider a New Year’s resolution to improve fraud prevention in 2017, remember that implementing fraud prevention at the platform level not only protects your merchants, but actually helps you enhance growth and protect margins and profitability.

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Government Watch

01.18.17

Pay Gov – January 2017, Vol. 11, Issue I

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In this issue: What Trump’s Promises to Roll Back Regs Mean for You; Agency Leadership Musical Chairs; Court Cases to Watch; More

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On The Move

01.18.17

Ramirez to Resign as FTC Head

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Federal Trade Commission Chair Edith Ramirez will resign from the agency, effective Feb. 10, 2017. Ramirez became Chair in March 2013 and has served as an FTC commissioner since April 2010, following her appointment by President Obama.

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