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Feature on Australian Payments Summit

8 December 2017

The inaugural Australian Payment Summit in Sydney on Wednesday 13 December is set to bring a strong line-up of speakers and leaders who are shaping the new world of payments.  The Summit, organised by Transactives and co-hosted with AusPayNet, follows the leading European Payments Summit established 20 years ago, and the Asian Global Payments Summit which celebrated its 5th year.

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Key takeaways from Women in Payments

24 November 2017

The annual Women in Payments Symposium in Sydney this week explored key themes and topics impacting women and payments. PCN research director Catherine Batch’s three key takeaways from the event revolved around: control of data; Australia is a test ground for international payments products; and the value of speaking up. 

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Feature on Women in Payments

9 November 2017

The Women in Payments Symposium has gained momentum and this year on 21 November is set to attract over 300 participants to Sydney. This week we spoke to two of the women driving the Symposium and who strive to bring together an eco-system of partners and providers across payments, fintech and innovation. The Women in Payments Symposium has gained momentum and this year on 21 November is set to attract over 300 participants to Sydney. 

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Does getting closer to the customer improve payment flow and profit?

20 October 2017

There is a little-known fact by which many payment strategists abide - being closer to the customer brings greater profit. Melbourne based PCN Associate, Eric Mowbray, utilises the analogy of buying a cup of coffee to explore how a customer-centric focus on payment implementation and innovation can improve the bottom-line. Three key messages are: don't get stuck in the middle; provide products that people want to buy and empower the front line.

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PSD2 - should banks be worried?

9 August 2017


Will this landmark legislation shift the balance?

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