Articles with tag: ireland

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Nuapay extends Open Banking capabilities

30 Jul 2020 | Online & Mobile Banking

Nuapay has extended Open Banking capabilities to French banks. 

: Nuapay, open banking, France, banks, payments, merchants, ecommerce, Germany, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Belgium, Ireland

Amazon launches Amazon Fraud Detector to identify fraudulent online activities

30 Jul 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Amazon Web Services, an Amazon.com company, has announced the general availability of Amazon Fraud Detector.

Amazon, launch, Amazon Fraud Detector, fraudulent online activities, identity fraud, machine learning, GoDaddy, Truevo, ActiveCampaign, North Virginia, Ohio, Oregon, Ireland, Singapore, Sydney

Ecommerce in Europe to account EUR 717 bln in 2020

10 Jul 2020 | Ecommerce

An ecommerce research has revealed that ecommerce is expected to be worth EUR 717 billion in 2020, meaning a 12.7% increase compared to 2019.

Ecommerce Region Report, ecommerce, research, report, Europe, online shoppers, Romania, Bulgaria, Spain, Belgium, Ireland, Austria, Iceland, UK, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden, foreign ecommerce, national ecommerce, Poland, Malta, Cyprus

Moneycorp receives e-money license in Dublin for EU expansion

03 Jul 2020 | Online Payments

Moneycorp Group, a UK-based foreign exchange and payments company, has obtained an e-money and MiFID license to operate in Dublin, Ireland.

MoneyCorp, e-money, Dublin, Ireland, Europe, Central Bank of Ireland, E-money license, online payments, Brexit

PayPal launches QR code contactless payments In Canada, with zero transaction fees

26 Jun 2020 | Mobile Payments

PayPal has rolled out QR code payments in Canada, enabling contactless mobile payments through the PayPal app. 

PayPal, Canada, contactless payments, mobile payments, QR code, transaction fees, merchants, coronavirus, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland, Spain, United Kingdom, United States.

InvoiceFair facilitates EUR 30 mln of PPE orders

22 Jun 2020 | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement

InvoiceFair, an Ireland-based trading system, has facilitated the funding of more than EUR 30 million of personal protective equipment (PPE) orders in recent months.

Ireland, invoice, PPE, InvoiceFair, personal protective equipment, China, Shannon Airport

Revolut, TrueLayer launch open banking in Ireland

17 Jun 2020 | Online & Mobile Banking

Revolut has partnered with financial API provider TrueLayer to introduce open banking for retail and business customers in Ireland.

Revolut, TrueLayer, open banking, AIB, Permanent TSB, Ulster Bank, Bank of Ireland, retail, business, balance, transactions, app, API, banks, challenger banks

OBIE launches online app store amid COVID-19

09 Jun 2020 | Online & Mobile Banking

The Open Banking Implementation Entity (OBIE) has announced the launch of an online app store to assist customers with finding open banking-enabled financial products. 

OBIE, CMA, open banking, COVID-19, Allied Irish Bank, Bank of Ireland, Barclays, Danske, HSBC, Lloyds Banking Group, Nationwide, RBS Group, Santander, app store, financial products, budgeting, accountancy & tax, payments, borrowing, debt advice, financial safeguarding, The Power of Network, Ecosystem Infographic, TPP Events

Revolut launches new financial app

04 Jun 2020 | Online & Mobile Banking

Revolut has launched a ‘financial super app’ that aims at redefining its offerings to customers.

Revolut, open banking, banking, cryptocurrencies, Revolut Junior, UK, Ireland, challenger bank

SumUp launches SumUp Online Store to help merchants during COVID-19

27 May 2020 | Ecommerce

UK-based payments provider SumUp has launched an online payment solution to help merchants shift to the ongoing social distancing measures.

SumUp, UK, merchants, mobile payments, ecommerce, SumUp Online Store, SaaS, Instagram, Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, SMEs, SumUp Card, Mastercard, Ireland, Italy, Germany, France, COVID-19

UK pulse: business sentiment rises but Covid-19 concerns persist

25 May 2020 | Payments General

The Bank of Ireland Economic Pulse has come in at 44.0 in May 2020, recovering a little from the lowest recorded reading in its history in April 2020.

Bank of Ireland, Economic Pulse, study, economy, house prices, consumers, businesses, UK, Ireland, Covid-19

Ikea to reopen 19 shops in the UK on 1 June

25 May 2020 | Ecommerce

Internet Retailing has reported that Ikea is to reopen 19 of its larger stores in England and Northern Ireland on 1 June, after putting social distancing measures and click and collect services in place.

Ikea, UK, Northern Ireland, England, retailer, shopping, click and collect, government, cards, contactless payments

Invoice finance demand to surge after lockdown

22 May 2020 | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement

Ireland-based invoice finance providers have announced demand growth expectations as companies reopen after virus lockdowns.

Invoice finance, lockdown, IAIFA, Ireland, SME, credit lines, revolving credit facility, lender, debtor, interest, loans, overdrafts, pillar banks, AIB, Bank of Ireland, Ulster Bank, Bibby Financial Services, Capitalflow, Close Brothers, Grenke Finance

Bank of Ireland to roll out a customer app

21 May 2020 | Online & Mobile Banking

Bank of Ireland has announced that it is going to roll out its new customer app at the end of May 2020.

Bank of Ireland, COVID-19, coronavirus, banks, technology, Android, banking, digital, payments

Cambrist enters the Swedish market

21 May 2020 | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement

Ireland-based fintech Cambrist has announced its entry into the Swedish market with the launch of its fx NOTIFY solution with Länsförsäkringar Bank.  

Ireland, fintech, Cambrist, Sweden, fx NOTIFY, Länsförsäkringar Bank, cards, banking, cross-border payments, European Central Bank, banks, API, SaaS, data, retail banks, e-money

MarketFinance, Capital on Tap secure CBILS and Bounce Back Loan approvals

13 May 2020 | Payments General

The British Business Bank has approved MarketFinance and Capital on Tap, among other lenders, for accreditation under both the CBILS and BBL schemes.

MarketFinance, Capital on Tap, British Business Bank, CBILS, BBL, Bounce Back Loan, Bank Leumi, Shawbrook Bank, Bank of Ireland UK, Skipton Business Finance, SME, government-backed guarantee, loans, Starling Bank, OakNorth, Funding Circle

Bank of Ireland swings to USD 261 mln loss amid COVID-19 pandemic

11 May 2020 | Payments General

Bank of Ireland has reported a USD 261 million loss after taking an impairment charge related to loan repayment breaks for customers in Ireland and Britain.

Bank of Ireland, impairment charge, Ireland, Britain, covid19, pandemic, loan repayment breaks, Tier 1 capital ratio, CET1 ratio, Ireland, Europe

Blackhawk Network, Dejamobile partner to boost digital card service adoption

06 May 2020 | Cards

US-based gift card payments solution provider Blackhawk Network has partnered with Dejamobile’s ReadyToTap solution to create digital version of its One4all gift cards.

Blackhawk Network, Dejamobile, ReadyToTap, One4all, gift cards, Visa, Apple Pay, e-wallets, UK, Ireland

AIB reveals increase in contactless payment methods use in Ireland

28 Apr 2020 | Mobile Payments

Ireland-based AIB has revealed how COVID-19 is impacting the behaviour of Irish consumers, as they shift more towards using contactless payments for goods and services.

AIB, Ireland, contactless payments, digital wallets, Apple Pay, Google Pay, mobile payments, COVID-19

Barclaycard allows 7 mln additional people to use contactless payments

28 Apr 2020 | Mobile Payments

UK-based global payments company Barclaycard has processed over 7 million contactless payments in the UK and Ireland above the previous limit of GDP 30/EUR 30, and up to the new GDP 45/EUR 50 limit.

Barclaycard, contactless payments, UK, Ireland, COVID-19, card terminals