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NatWest embraces non-sweeping VRPs in a first for the UK market

The UK’s embracing of VRPs continues to evolve with NatWest becoming the first firm to offer non-sweeping VRPs to the market.   In what is a...

Verto unveils B2B foreign currency payments solution

The new offering supports payments in 51 currencies, to and from 190 countries.

SWIFT and Capgemini explore CBDC cross-border functionality

According to SWIFT, CBDCs can be used internationally if their domestic use design is repurposed.

OPay and Mastercard boost financial inclusion in Africa and the Middle...

The collaboration will give OPay customers and merchants the ability to engage with global brands.

Ingenico brings Alipay+ client support through Ant Group partnership

Ant Group and Ingenico have today announced a collaboration for the outsourcing of Alipay+ to Ingenico’s merchant network. This news broke at the Paytech Lisbon...

Splitit elevates consumer focus with Installments-as-a-Service platform

Splitit is seeking to ‘empower consumers’ through a new merchant-branded Installments-as-a-Service platform. As opposed to originating new loans, Splitit explores existing consumer credit on payment...

QR code payments in Australia receive guidatory framing

Quick Response (QR) payments in Australia were given a set of guidelines issued by the Australian Payments Network (AusPayNet).  Designed to bring clarity and consistency...

TrustPay incorporates  SEPA payments into wider offering

Online payments solution provider TrustPay has announced that it is adding SEPA functionality to its operations. Being integrated into the Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA)...

MultiBank and Praxis partner to ‘create a better payments ecosystem’ 

MultiBank Group has partnered with payment technology provider Praxis Tech, aiming to orchestrate a better payment ecosystem for traders.  In what has been described as...

Western Union and PagaPhone boost US-Mexico money transfer capabilities

The new partnership will also provide receivers of regular remittances with income history, eligible for credit and insurance.

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