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European Commission gives conditional approval to Mastercard's acquisition of Nets

19 Aug 2020 | Payments General

European Commission (EC) has given conditional approval to Mastercard for the acquisition of Nets, the Denmark-based payment solutions provider. 

European Commission, Mastercard, Nets, EC, Denmark, payments, European Economic Area, EEA, account-to-account, A2A CIS, technology

FreeAgent teams up with NatWest and Hiscox

17 Aug 2020 | Online & Mobile Banking

NatWest has announced that cloud-based accountancy software provider, FreeAgent, will be visible within its online digital banking platform.

FreeAgent, NatWest, open banking, banking, partnership, UK, insurer, Hiscox, cloud, software, online banking, finance, SME, fintech, AI, artificial intelligence, insurance

Chiliz launches Socios.com Visa debit card

17 Aug 2020 | Cryptocurrencies

Chiliz, a blockchain fintech provider for sports and creators of the fan voting and rewards app Socios.com, has launched the Socios.com Visa debit card.

Railsbank, Socios.com, Visa, debit card, cards, Chiliz, blockchain, fintech, digital, digital assets, Fan Tokens, partnership, FC Barcelona, Juventus, Paris Saint-Germain, Atlético de Madrid, AS Roma, Galatasaray, CA Independiente, UFC, payments, EEA, KYC

TransferWise partners with FreeAgent

13 Aug 2020 | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement

TransferWise has teamed up with FreeAgent, a UK-based accounting software company. 

UK, fintech, banks, TransferWise, partnership, software, FreeAgent, SMBs, currency, Open Banking, QuickBooks

myPOS introduces metal card for SMEs

27 Jul 2020 | Cards

myPOS has launched a series of premium cards for its customers – the myPOS Visa Platinum Metal Card and myPOS Visa Platinum Silver and Gold Card. 

myPOS launch, premium cards, myPOS Visa Platinum Metal Card, myPOS Visa Platinum Silver Card, myPOS Visa Platinum Gold Card, LoungeKey, cashback, Europe, merchants, SMEs, cards, EEA, Visa, Mastercard, Amex, JCB, UPI

Bankdata, Konsentus partner for TPP identity and regulatory checking

10 Jul 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

IT financial services company Bankdata has selected Konsentus to provide Third Party Provider (TPP) regulatory and checking services to all their customers in Denmark.

Bankdata, Konsentus, TPP, identity check, regulatory check, PSD2, EEA regulation, financial services, Denmark, account data, payments, SaaS, API, financial institutions, open banking, open banking fraud

Moorwand, TWIGA Wallet partner for new TWIGA Card

20 May 2020 | Cards

Moorwand has partnered with TWIGA Wallet for issuing, acquiring, and BIN Sponsorship services prior to the launch of TWIGA Card.

Moorwand, TWIGA Wallet, TWIGA Card, EEA, cards, debit card, SEPA, merchants, payment schemes, transaction processing, cardholder

Curve Metal launches in Europe

20 May 2020 | Cards

Curve, a UK-based banking platform, has announced that its premium Curve Metal card is available to its customers in the European Economic Area (EEA).

Curve, Premium Metal Card, Europe, UK, cards, European Economic Area, EEA, banking, transactions, Mastercard

NatWest offers free services to SMEs

06 Apr 2020 | Online & Mobile Banking

NatWest’s digital business account, Mettle has announced that the cloud-based accountancy software for SMEs, FreeAgent is available free of charge for its customers. 

NatWest, FreeAgent, SMEs, COVID-19 Mettle, cloud-based, software, API, technology, transactions, SMBs,

Interview with Andrew Cregan on the card fee landscape in the EEA

27 Mar 2020 | Cards

The Paypers interviewed Andrew Cregan, Head of Payment Policy, British Retail Consortium, to learn more about interchange fees’ impact on merchants

Andrew Cregan, British Retail Consortium, BRC, interchange fee, card fee, EEA, European Economic Area, merchants, scheme fees

Paysafe, Mastercard extend partnership

13 Mar 2020 | Cards

Paysafe, a specialised payments platform, has announced an expanded strategic partnership with Mastercard

Paysafe, Mastercard, partnership, cards, EEA, digital services, digital payments

iSignthis processing instant payments within EEA

09 Mar 2020 | Payments General

iSignthis has been authorised by the Central Bank of Cyprus to enable ecommerce payments between any points within the European Economic Area (EEA).

iSignthis, EEA, SEPA, ecommerce, payments, P2P payments, B2B payments, Europe, instant payments

Digital bank Revolut launches debit card for traveling millennials

23 Dec 2019 | Cards

UK-based digital bank Revolut has introduced a new debit multi-currency card that comes with targeted  to millennials who might be traveling.

Revolut, Asia, expansion, product launch, debit card, cards, multi-currency, millennials, ATM withdrawals, virtual cards, flight insurance, travel payments, EEA, APAC

Monzo removes ATM fees and limits in the European Economic Area

23 Dec 2019 | Online & Mobile Banking

UK-based neobank Monzo has announced that it is removing ATM fees and limits for countries in the European Economic Area (EEA).

Monzo, challenger, European Economic Area, EEA, ATM withdrawal fee, Citi, Wells Fargo, EU regulation, financial technology, neobank, digital banking, online banking, mobile banking

Next stage of EU directive will create widespread customer disruption, say fintech bodies

19 Jun 2019 | Payments General

The Financial Data and Technology Association, in association with the European Third Party Providers Association, have highlighted the risks of RTS and PSD2.

The Financial Data and Technology Association, European Third Party Providers Association, ETPPA, FDATA Europe, Europe, open banking, Europe, RTS, PSD2, payments, Xero, Quickbooks, FreeAgent,

iovation, Aite Group reveals the PSD2 impact to payment security and services

14 Mar 2019 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

TransUnion company iovation has unveiled the availability of a report it developed with research and advisory company Aite Group.

iovation, Aite Group, directive, payments, security, PSD2, online payments, PSP, EEA, SCA, banks, electronic transactions, fraud, regulations, EU, US, third party, bank accounts, cardholder, multifactor authentication