In the Payments Cards and Mobile November/December 2017 Issue
THE ROBOT REVOLUTION
Robots have long been in our factories. Now they are on our roads, in our skies, homes and mobile devices in the form of self-driving vehicles, drones and virtual assistants. The robots are already here and the revolution underway. How do those in banking and payments respond?
FOLLOW THE MONEY
Around $2 trillion is laundered every year and everyone is paying the price. Banks have huge regulatory overheads. Businesses and consumers encounter friction to open a bank account, transfer funds or instruct a lawyer. The best companies manage risk best. So, how do those in the payments industry use technology, process and people to manage their money laundering risk exposure?
ARE YOU BEING SERVED?
The long tail of small and medium-sized businesses wags a long way down. Small merchants often make up the biggest group in an acquirer portfolio. They generate the most profit yet have the highest attrition rates. Why?
- AN UPWARD TRAJECTORY FOR GLOBAL PAYMENTS
- BUY BUTTONS: A RISING TIDE LIFTS ALL BOATS
- CYBERCRIME BECOMING MORE PROFESSIONAL
- TECH COMPANIES DOMINATE BEST GLOBAL BRANDS LIST
- FORECASTING FUTURE BANKNOTE DEMAND