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US payments giant launches lending product with UK tech company Demica
Plus, pressure builds on Apple’s payments franchise and a Q&A with the co-founder of an Indian fintech modernising cash collection for small business owners
Deal for anti-money laundering company is payment giant’s latest move into digital assets
Tougher rules from the likes of Mastercard are being applied unevenly
Tim Stokely says Bank of New York Mellon ‘flagged and rejected’ all interbank wires linked to website
Strict rules on data storage trip up overseas businesses hoping to expand in a big growth market
Court gives go-ahead to £10bn claim over credit card fees on behalf of 46m consumers
Move will have wide-ranging implications across India’s financial and fintech system, affecting everyone from established lenders to payments startups
Some banks and smaller payments groups have severed ties with the big crypto exchange
US group accused of failing to comply with data storage rules
Mastercard among the groups watchdog says took advantage of vulnerable consumers over 6 years
The ‘Data and Technology Forum’ would help co-ordinate how member states tackle issues from AI to cyber security
BNY Mellon and Mastercard unveil new services within 24 hours of each other
‘Interchange’ fees for Britons who buy goods from the EU with Mastercard to jump sharply
Ruling on Mastercard case opens the way for other pending actions
Judgment allows Britain’s biggest consumer claim on card fees to proceed
Some big names have called on the president to welcome his successor. And he listened. Sort of
Pandemic has left some ready to spend more even as many face a financial crunch
UK regulator issues warning over UK group aiming for £1bn valuation
Payment processors’ revenues hit by struggling economic rebound and travel disruptions
Battle for market share comes as the proportion of digital payments has surged since the start of the pandemic
For those who thought compliant Visa/Mastercard-networked cryptocards were too good to be true . . .turns out they probably were.
Payment group builds presence in an area of fintech it expects to accelerate
Asda, Sainsbury’s, Argos and Morrisons in line for damages over transaction fees
FT City Network figures say health needs of the UK must be prioritised