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Pay Magazine – Spring 2017

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Spring 2017 Table of Contents

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DEPARTMENTS

Editor’s Letter: Will You Adapt to Change or Forge It?

Index of Advertisers

The Final Word: Making Mobile Payments More Valuable

COMPANIES & PEOPLE

Top Payments Tech Gurus

  • Craig Dewar, Global Processing Services
  • Matt Rosenburg, Ingo Money
  • Tomas Likar, Hyperwallet
  • Patty Watson, TSYS

Industry Views: Juggling Act

  • How are you balancing rising compliance costs and innovation? Where are you investing?
  • The new Trump administration is promising a regulatory rollback. What are your expectations in terms of how those efforts might affect your—or your clients’—bottom line?

Innovators’ Spotlight: Revolution by Evolution

  • Currencycloud
  • SOLE Financial
  • Varo Money

Q&A with Jeremy Kuiper, The Bancorp: The genesis of Cube8, the challenges of balancing compliance and innovation, and the opportunities ahead for the financial services providers who can excel at both.

DIGITAL MONEY

Special Section: Igniting Payments Change: In Part 1 of our series, we explore companies and trends setting the industry ablaze

Rise of the Bots: Artificial intelligence-powered chatbots are new to payments, but with the promise of enhancing customer service and cutting costs, some big companies are getting behind them

Will Merchants Find their Voice in Payments?: The payments industry says it wants to give retailers more say when it comes to creating new payments products. Find out why, and what the results might be.

GOVERNMENT WATCH

The CFPB’s Prepaid Rule: Positive changes and compliance challenges

Winds of Change: What the U.S. can learn from the EU’s e-money licensing experience

 

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