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25 MAY 2019
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Tuesday, 21 November 2017 15:24
So how do you think it went?
We are talking about 2017 of course and we are really keen to know how you feel about it.

Was 2017 a good year for you, or a lousy one? Has the payments industry moved forward in an energised, exciting and ground-breaking way – or is it stuck in a mire of regulation, legacy systems and poor management, with new players getting a free run at an open playing field?  
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Saturday, 01 August 2015 00:00
Global Payments Market Report 2015

The global payments market is evolving at dizzying speed and in a wide-ranging number of ways.

Payments industry professionals need to move swiftly to adapt to these chan
ges in the market, but it is challenging to predict how factors such as the onslaught of regulatory change, new market entrants, changing customer expectations and an ever-widening array of payment methods will transform the market. This report is designed to serve as a vital resource in helping to navigate an exciting but uncharted new global payments landscape.

To order a copy now
Contact Maxine Wernick:
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Tel: +44 (0)1572 820088
Fax number: +44 (0)1572 820099

The report costs £995.

The report assesses major developments including:
•    The impact of imminent regulations such the EU’s Second Payments Services Directive, SecuRe Pay and the range of ongoing interchange investigations

•    Comprehensive global payments market trends and data based on the latest figures with 140 tables and charts
•    Detailed country reports on major markets including China, the US, Germany, Russia, the UK, Japan and more
•    Profiles of the players in the battle for primacy in mobile payments between the established players and relative newcomers such as Apple, Samsung and PayPal
•    The increasing demand from customers for a range of different payment options

•    The role of banks in this and how they must adapt to avoid getting left behind
•    The rapid rise of on-bank entrants in payments, and the possible role of social media giants such as Facebook. The potential threat they pose to the established order and the opportunities for old and new to work together
•    The rising payment stars in Fintech to look out for

•    Regional reports on developing markets including Africa, Latin America and the Middle East

To download an executive summary of the report and detailed index of contents click on the link below
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Tuesday, 21 July 2015 11:17
Where to from here for PayPal and eBay?
Internet giants map their separate journeys
PayPal and eBay, two of the biggest names on the internet are now officially split, and the markets seem delighted.
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Thursday, 07 May 2015 13:04
It's all in the NPS score
The brands that consumers are most loyal to
Everyone loves to complain about their bank, but two financial brands have come top of the Net Promoter Score loyalty benchmarking report.
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Monday, 19 August 2013 10:32
Card use to rise 75% in next decade
Report predicts shape of UK payments market over next ten years

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