New anti-fraud regulation in Europe mandates that businesses adhere to SCA norms while processing online payments. But how does this affect you, and what should you know?
Businesses in Europe are facing greater risk from fraud. As newer forms of fraud emerge, merchants have to stay ahead of hackers else risk being disrupted. In fact, within the first few months of the crisis starting, global phishing attacks shot up by a whopping 667%.
The travel industry has been put through its paces in these pandemic times. But with new learnings, smart tech, and resilience it is possible to win hearts and a winning edge again.
Open Finance promises to change the way consumers and businesses in Europe use financial services. But what does it mean for you? What is Open Finance? Open Finance is the next step in Open Banking. It allows you to share your data with trusted third-party providers, leading to three things. First, it gives you access […]
Higher authorization rates are directly related to increased revenue and customer satisfaction. But how do merchants keep their authorization rates up to be successful?
With Brexit a reality now, the business landscape across UK and EU is evolving fast. From revised VAT laws, customs duties, to cross-border checks and overall process changes, new rules are coming into play in cross-border commerce between the UK and EU. Impact on business costs Following Brexit, significant impact is expected on imports/exports and […]
The widespread emphasis on dynamic flexibility and interconnected solutions for a post-COVID economic resurgence is indicative of digitalization’s strong influence on global decision making, as well as, its value building abilities in the face of a global challenge. And contactless payment solutions are an important indicator of this.
Reducing payment declines is critical in creating a smoother checkout process, improving sales and creating customer delight. Visual appeal, functionality, and security are crucial touchpoints that businesses have to look at in order to boost payment acceptance.
New laws to counter fraud are coming into effect in the EU. Understand how this impacts your business and your customers
Contactless, ‘one-touch’, instant payments are on the rise. And as consumers move towards alternative payments systems that offer more safety and control, the need for greater interoperability in payments systems is spurring new innovation and regulation in the industry.
In July 2020, the maximum limit for instant payment transactions will be raised from € 15,000 to € 100,000. This is expected to increase acceptance of real-time transfers and is expected to drive the development of the associated infrastructure.
In February, traders were able to breathe a sigh of relief: the Federal Court of Justice limited liability to platforms. There were also other interesting legal news relating to trademark law and data protection.