Merchant dispute technology specialist, Chargebacks911, is driving its ambitious growth plans in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region with the appointment of its new Director of Business Development, APAC – Jia Min Tan.
Being based in Singapore, Jia Min will help facilitate the growth of Chargebacks911 and Fi911 (its new brand for financial institutions) in APAC, while bridging any language barriers that may be encountered in the region.
The future of global commerce could be a cashless society, many experts predict, and that puts the burden on financial institutions to make sure their customers’ data is secure and protected.
As digital banking rises to replace the more traditional industry, one phenomenon has arisen hand-in-hand with it and that is the use of biometric technologies.
The rise of digital banking has taken the traditional financial sector by surprise and for many good reasons. From pioneering the art of customer service online to using artificial intelligence to handle many of their operational tasks, digital banking is not just a glimpse of the future of finance. It is a peek into the future of the world of business itself.
The fast-changing world of digital business is one in which staying ahead of the competition is often as much about thinking outside of the box as it is anything else.
But that’s much harder than it might seem at first glance, especially for firms in highly-competitive environments.
– GDPR and behavioral biometrics – what can’t be seen, can’t be stolen
– PSD2: A smarter way of customer authentication
– Maintaining customer trust and safety
The COVID-19 pandemic is nothing less than an inflection point for the global economy. From this point on, people will discuss business in terms of pre-COVID-19 and post-pandemic, and for good reason.
The global pandemic has initiated changes in the global supply chain that were slowly developing before but that are now becoming more prominent features of the landscape. Not only are companies pulling resources in towards the home base, but also they are recentering their businesses for the digital landscape.
– What happens if a fraudster has already infiltrated a bank’s system and is operating undetected from within?
– Fraudster Hunter’s Policy Manager
– Rule-based fraud prevention campaigns
– Key benefits of Policy Manager
– Fraudster Hunter with Policy Manager
Richard Hodgson, Chief Financial Officer, Global Processing Services (GPS), gives his predictions for the Fintech and Payments space in 2021, from the effects of COVID-19 on consumer behaviour, to fintech investment, to the future of financial inclusion in the industry.
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Leading European payments fintech Contis announces its partnership with Mastercard as a principal issuing member.
With the addition of Mastercard, Contis delivers one of the most comprehensive end-to-end Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS) platforms, including direct access to both of the world’s leading payments networks.
Platform integration work is starting immediately, with expected go-live on the Mastercard network by Q2 2021.
Specialist fintech PR agency SkyParlour have made two senior appointments – the former editor in chief of fintech journal The Paypers, Adriana Screpnic, and a B2B Specialist Account Director Jenna Walker.