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Swiss private banks lagging behind in digitisation, study shows

News | Online & Mobile Banking | 10 Jun 2021

Switzerland-based retail consulting company Columbus Consulting has released a study examining how far digitisation has progressed at 29 Swiss private banks.

study, banks, report, mobile banking

Indian consumers are more concerned about digital payments fraud, ACI Worldwide reveals

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 08 Jun 2021

YouGov and ACI Worldwide have revealed in a new study that India-based consumers are increasingly concerned about digital payments fraud.

ACI Worldwide, study, transaction fraud, UPI, e-wallet

Digital payment systems are replacing cash faster, study shows

News | Payments General | 07 Jun 2021

UK-based consulting company PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and its strategy consultancy Strategy& have released a payment study titled 'Charting a cause amid evolution and revolution'. 

study, report, payment processing, digital payments

Half of Germans have never heard of blockchain, study shows

News | Cryptocurrencies | 01 Jun 2021

Bitkom Research has released a survey carried out on behalf of the ‘Digital for All’ initiative revealing just under 50% of Germans can explain the terms cryptocurrencies, big data and virtual reality.

study, survey, cryptocurrency, blockchain

Real-time digital payments in Singapore up 48%

News | Payments General | 26 May 2021

Singaporeans are moving away from paper-based payments and embracing real-time digital payments and mobile wallets, study says.

study, real-time payments, transactions , digital payments

Study shows crypto investing might have a bad influence on relationships

News | Cryptocurrencies | 25 May 2021

60% of Bitcoin investors find that their belief in cryptocurrencies and their investments are having a detrimental impact on their personal relationships, study shows.

study, cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, Ethereum, digital assets

Payment security is key as Asia Pacific resets digital commerce in post-pandemic world, Visa reveals

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 24 May 2021

Visa has set its focus on strengthening payments security as consumer behaviour evolves during the pandemic.

Visa, study, contactless payments, ecommerce, fraud prevention

German seniors will rely most heavily on online shopping worldwide in 2022, Klarna reveals

News | Online Payments | 21 May 2021

Klarna has revealed that  63% of Germany-based senior citizens plan to do the majority of their shopping online in 2022.

Klarna, study, research, online payments, online shopping

Pandemic accelerates the switch to virtual travel payments, new Amadeus study finds

News | Online Payments | 21 May 2021

Amadeus has revealed in new study that 98.3% of virtual card payments are now accepted by airlines.

Amadeus, study, research, virtual card, online payments

LexisNexis reveals an increase in financial crime compliance costs across European markets

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 19 May 2021

The total annual projected cost of financial crime compliance in EMEA markets has increased with 21% across European markets, according to a report from LexisNexis Risk Solutions.

financial crime, study, AML, compliance, LexisNexis

Belgians largely forego cash payments, study shows

News | Payments General | 17 May 2021

Bancontact Payconiq Company, the banking association Febelfin, and the Free University of Brussels (VUB) have released a study showing only 13% of Belgians still prefer to pay with cash.

study, report, payment processing, mobile payments, contactless payments

SWIFT, Accenture publish joint paper on CBDCs in cross-border payments

News | Payments General | 13 May 2021

SWIFT and Accenture have published a paper on central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) in cross-border payments as part of broader digital asset innovation.

study, SWIFT, CBDC, central bank

Credit cards are payment option with highest turnover in Switzerland, study shows.

News | Payments General | 10 May 2021

The Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW) and the University of St. Gallen have released the 2021 joint study ‘Swiss Payment Monitor’. 

report, study, mobile payments, credit card

South Africa's consumer appetite for digital payments takes off, Mastercard study finds

News | Mobile Payments | 07 May 2021

Mastercard has come out with a new study that highlights South Africa’s consumer appetite for digital payments and the rising adoption of new payment technologies.

Mastercard, study, contactless payments, payment methods, QR code, digital payments, COVID-19

Germany is lagging behind when it comes to digital payment methods, Klarna study shows

News | Online Payments | 07 May 2021

A new study by Klarna has revealed that Germany-based consumers are far behind when it comes to adapting innovative technologies from the financial sector.

Klarna, study, research, digital payments, contactless payments, online payments

COVID-19 triggers changes in payment behaviour among 86 percent of consumers, Paysafe reveals

News | Online Payments | 07 May 2021

Paysafe has released a research that shows that almost 60% of Europeans and North Americans tried a new payment method in the last 12 months.

Paysafe, study, research, report, payment methods, COVID-19

E-wallets flourish in LATAM, shows EBANX data

News | Mobile Payments | 06 May 2021

E-wallets have gained momentum in Latin America (LATAM) and are bringing millions of new customers to online commerce, according to internal data from EBANX.

e-wallet, payment methods, study, merchant, ecommerce

Austrians are particularly fond of cash, study shows

News | Payments General | 06 May 2021

Payment service provider Klarna has released a study showing that Austria is behind when it comes to adapting innovative technologies from the financial sector.

report, mobile payments, payment processing, study

Artificial intelligence is bypassing bank customers, study shows

News | Payments General | 05 May 2021

Germany-based IT service management company Senacor has released a study stating that customers of German banks do not notice banks' use of artificial intelligence since institutes find it difficult to determine what consumers want.

report, study, mobile payments, banks

EHI releases the study 'Payment Systems in Retail 2021'

News | Online Payments | 05 May 2021

The Germany-based EHI Retail institute has released the study ‘Payment Systems in Retail 2021’, which will be presented at the EHI Payment Congress on 5 May 2021.

report, study, online payments, mobile payments, ecommerce