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04.24.17

Innovators’ Spotlight: Currencycloud

The London-based company offers banks and businesses the ability to transfer money across borders more easily and efficiently using a suite of APIs that automate payments via the cloud.

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Mobile & Emerging Payments

04.24.17

U.S. EMV Hits Milestone: 1 Billion Visa Chip Transactions in March

U.S. EMV use has hit a milestone. Visa said that for the first time, the number of Visa chip card transactions topped 1 billion last month, a 330 percent increase from March 2016. The announcement comes as the payment network reported a 42 percent overall increase in processed transactions in its 2017 fiscal second quarter.

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Pay Studio

04.24.17

Innovators’ Spotlight: Currencycloud

The London-based company offers banks and businesses the ability to transfer money across borders more easily and efficiently using a suite of APIs that automate payments via the cloud.

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Retail

04.12.17

PayPal’s TIO Offer Wins Shareholder Approval

PayPal’s bid to acquire Vancouver-based bill payment specialist TIO Networks has been approved by TIO shareholders, who overwhelmingly voted in favor of the proposed sale at a special meeting this week.

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Op-Ed

04.13.17

Viewpoint: What’s Behind the Rise of Carrier Billing?

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As the payment method gains popularity, an expert explains why young consumers buying digital content, including games, and transit tickets with their phones will be keys for the future.

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Government Watch

04.20.17

CFPB to Delay Final Prepaid Rule by 6 Months, ‘Revisit’ Aspects with New Proposal

It’s official. The CFPB is pushing back the effective date of its final rule on prepaid accounts until April 1, 2018—six months after the originally scheduled implementation date of Oct. 1, 2017. What’s more, the agency has decided to “revisit at least two substantive issues” in the final rule: requirements for digital wallets that are capable of storing funds; and error resolution and liability limitations for prepaid accounts that cannot or have not yet been registered.

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On The Move

04.20.17

People on the Move: Scott Pearson, American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers

Scott Pearson, a partner in the consumer financial services group at Ballard Spahr, has been named a fellow of the American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers.

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