Tagged: transaction processing

Removing Transaction Disputes Has Risen to the #1 Concern for Sellers: Report

According to a survey, removing disputes from the payments ecosystem has “become the number one concern for sellers, with a tertiary concern of first-party-misuse1.” As noted in an update from Verifi, the question is – how do you stop disputes and still do right by… Read More

OKQ8 Teams Up with European Card Issuing, Processing Platform Enfuce

Enfuce, the European cloud-native card issuing and processing platform, and OKQ8, one of Scandinavia’s “largest” fuel companies, under transformation to become a brand within sustainable mobility, have announced the launch of OKQ8’s Visa-branded credit card program, as “part of OKQ8’s larger modernization of both its… Read More

Payset to Be “Reinvented” with Thought Machine Integration

This spring, Payset paves the way “for enhanced Open Banking capabilities, faster transaction processing, budget management, and more.” Payset is preparing “to launch a new and improved service, running on core banking technology from Thought Machine, a cloud-native banking technology company based in London.” The… Read More

London based Fintech Unlimint Introduces Banking as a Service Product

London-based Fintech Unlimint announced the launch of its Banking as a Service (BaaS) product, Unlimint Banking and Cards (UBC),”a one-stop payment accounts and card issuing and processing solution.” The new offering “allows companies globally to launch and embed digital payment products for their customers based… Read More

DTCC Achieves Automation of Voluntary Corporate Actions Lifecycle to Help Industry Navigate Rising Risks, Costs

The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC), the post-trade market infrastructure for the global financial services industry, revealed that its subsidiary, The Depository Trust Company (DTC), successfully “processed the U.S. market’s first-ever, fully-automated voluntary reorganization ISO 20022 instruction as part of its newly automated Voluntary… Read More

EY Contributes Zero Knowledge Proof or ZKP Layer-2 Protocol for Addressing Rising Ethereum Transaction Costs

Big Four auditing firm Ernst & Young (EY) has contributed a zero-knowledge proof (ZKP) layer-2 protocol into the public domain in order to help with addressing rising transaction costs on the Ethereum (ETH) blockchain network, the world’s largest smart contract platform. The protocol has been… Read More

Patricia Montesi: CEO at Qolo Explains how Fintech Firm’s B2B Payments Platform Is Helping Companies Settle Cross-Border Transactions

We recently connected with Patricia Montesi, Co-Founder and CEO at Qolo, a Fintech firm focused on B2B payments and facilitating cost-effective cross-border transaction processing. Montesi discussed what her company is doing to help businesses with settling payments in a more efficient manner. She also talked… Read More

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