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Five firm predictions for 2008

Welcome to 2008 folks, and I hope you all had a wonderful holiday break. I did … but what goes on at Xmas, stays in Xmas as they say (hic!). Anyways, a year ago, I made a bunch of forecasts for the year 2007.  This year, I’ll go a step …

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Five firm predictions for 2008

Welcome to 2008 folks, and I hope you all had a wonderful holiday break. I did … but what goes on at Xmas, stays in Xmas as they say (hic!). Anyways, a year ago, I made a bunch of forecasts for the year 2007.  This year, I’ll go a step …

Read More »

Five firm predictions for 2008

Welcome to 2008 folks, and I hope you all had a wonderful holiday break. I did … but what goes on at Xmas, stays in Xmas as they say (hic!). Anyways, a year ago, I made a bunch of forecasts for the year 2007.  This year, I’ll go a step …

Read More »

2007 in review: Corporate needs and Mobile Payments

From a technology perspective, I think 2007 has seen the biggest changes in the payments world.  From mobile and contactless payments proving themselves to come of age, to new currencies in the form of Linden dollars and Chinese QQ, to corporates demanding change, to new infrastructures and the introduction of …

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2007 in review: Corporate needs and Mobile Payments

From a technology perspective, I think 2007 has seen the biggest changes in the payments world.  From mobile and contactless payments proving themselves to come of age, to new currencies in the form of Linden dollars and Chinese QQ, to corporates demanding change, to new infrastructures and the introduction of …

Read More »

2007 in review: Corporate needs and Mobile Payments

From a technology perspective, I think 2007 has seen the biggest changes in the payments world.  From mobile and contactless payments proving themselves to come of age, to new currencies in the form of Linden dollars and Chinese QQ, to corporates demanding change, to new infrastructures and the introduction of …

Read More »

2007 in review: Corporate needs and Mobile Payments

From a technology perspective, I think 2007 has seen the biggest changes in the payments world.  From mobile and contactless payments proving themselves to come of age, to new currencies in the form of Linden dollars and Chinese QQ, to corporates demanding change, to new infrastructures and the introduction of …

Read More »

2007 in review: Corporate needs and Mobile Payments

From a technology perspective, I think 2007 has seen the biggest changes in the payments world.  From mobile and contactless payments proving themselves to come of age, to new currencies in the form of Linden dollars and Chinese QQ, to corporates demanding change, to new infrastructures and the introduction of …

Read More »

2007 in review: retail banks back to basics

For most retail banks, the credit crunch’s knock-on effect has made it a fairly depressing end of year too, with tightening of policies for mortgages and lending. Mind you, considering the debt mountain in the USA, it is not surprising that the economy is grinding to a halt.  In fact, …

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2007 in review: retail banks back to basics

For most retail banks, the credit crunch’s knock-on effect has made it a fairly depressing end of year too, with tightening of policies for mortgages and lending. Mind you, considering the debt mountain in the USA, it is not surprising that the economy is grinding to a halt.  In fact, …

Read More »

2007 in review: retail banks back to basics

For most retail banks, the credit crunch’s knock-on effect has made it a fairly depressing end of year too, with tightening of policies for mortgages and lending. Mind you, considering the debt mountain in the USA, it is not surprising that the economy is grinding to a halt.  In fact, …

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Government fraud, bank fraud, and the rest …

Further to my comments about the UK’s Fraud Review, I enjoyed a discussion with Ken Farrow of Control Risks. Prior to joining Control Risks, Ken was the Head of Fraud and Financial Crime for Lloyds TSB and, before that, a police officer with the City of London Police, as well …

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Government fraud, bank fraud, and the rest …

Further to my comments about the UK’s Fraud Review, I enjoyed a discussion with Ken Farrow of Control Risks. Prior to joining Control Risks, Ken was the Head of Fraud and Financial Crime for Lloyds TSB and, before that, a police officer with the City of London Police, as well …

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Government fraud, bank fraud, and the rest …

Further to my comments about the UK’s Fraud Review, I enjoyed a discussion with Ken Farrow of Control Risks. Prior to joining Control Risks, Ken was the Head of Fraud and Financial Crime for Lloyds TSB and, before that, a police officer with the City of London Police, as well …

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SEPA: why is e-invoicing missed out?

More on my euro week and it’s funny how the world goes around, what goes up must come down, tomorrow is another day, and e-invoicing is not part of SEPA.  The European Payments Council (EPC), which comprises the bank policymakers of SEPA, has explicitly said so: e-invoicing is not part …

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