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Interview with Mastercard's Ann Cairns on creating financial safety and driving diversity

Interviews | Payments General | 25 Nov 2020

A few weeks have passed since the virtual edition of PayTechWomenLive and we sat with Ann Cairns, Executive Vice Chair, Mastercard to learn about means of creating financial safety, driving diversity, and pursuing career opportunities in challenging times

diversity, covid, financial inclusion, MasterCard, payments, digitalisation, gender gap, wnet, SMEs

Diversity, Covid, and courage: Mastercard's Ann Cairns on women's careers during the pandemic

Voice of the Industry | Payments General | 11 Nov 2020

Linda Perry, Wnet Co-Founder, highlights key themes discussed during Wnet’s PayTechWomenLive event. These also include advice for women on coping with work and the current pandemic

diversity, covid, financial inclusion, MasterCard, payments, digitalisation, gender gap, wnet, SMEs

Covid era causes defaults on invoices, survey

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 10 Sep 2020

Fintech Onguard has released a survey on finance professionals, 48% of whom observing an increase in late payments since the pandemic started.

fintech, covid, invoices, late payments, OnGuard, pandemic, finance professionals, automated debtor processes, cash flow, delayed payments, overdue payments, programme, Excel, automation, numbers, alternative lenders

Amid Brexit and Covid fears, fintechs optimistic about international expansion

News | Payments General | 09 Sep 2020

Over two thirds of fintechs plan to expand internationally in next 18 months according to a survey of fintech executives by Newfound.

Brexit, covid, payments, banking, talent, study, Newfound, fintechs, international expansion

US-based banks face losses as personal loans decline continues

News | Payments General | 03 Sep 2020

Data and analytics company GlobalData has observed that US-based banks continue to face severe loses as they experience low net interest margins and falling fee income. 

US, banks, losses, personal loans, net interest margins, fee income, covid, consumer spending, credit card loans, retail banking, liquidity, low credit rates