Breaking News: MASTERCARD (CU Wallet); ESERVGLOBAL (Djibouti); GSMA (women); and ALLIED (WooCommerce). MASTERCARD – MasterCard and CU Wallet are partnering to deliver a customized digital service to credit unions. CU Wallet will speed the development and deployment of mobile wallets and payment solutions for community financial institutions by offering the MasterPass digital service. It will…
eServGlobal has unveiled its Advanced Customer Adoption (ACA) module for mobile money and recharge services. As mobile money services continue to spread in emerging markets around the world, service providers require the right tools to address the challenges of subscription and increasing usage. The ACA module will form part of eServGlobal’s comprehensive mobile money solution,…
HomeSend, the international payment and money transfer hub, has launched live remittance services for Johannesburg-based Hello Paisa, a South African money transfer operator.
HomeSend, a joint venture between MasterCard, eServGlobal and BICS inked a deal with Dialog Axiata to make international remittance services available to millions of consumers across Sri Lanka. HomeSend and Azimo also announced the launch of new mobile wallet services in ten countries throughout Africa and Asia-Pacific – reaching millions of mobile money subscribers.
HomeSend and Dialog Axiata inked a deal to make international remittance services available to millions of consumers across Sri Lanka. HomeSend is a joint venture between MasterCard, eServGlobal and BICS.
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Zimbabwe’s Steward Bank is working with MasterCard to make international remittance services available to the bank’s more than 1.5 million account holders.
Africa’s largest remittance market is about to get bigger with the new partnership between eTranzact International and MasterCard. The deal has the potential to open up new remittance corridors, expand the scope of cashless money transfers, extend financial inclusion and support the growth of the economy in Nigeria.
HomeSend becomes the first international remittance provider to give users access to Indosat’s 24,000 locations and 60 million users. HomeSend is a joint venture created by MasterCard, eServGlobal and BICS.
HomeSend, eServGlobal and BICS announced an agreement with Indosat to make remittance services available in Indonesia.Through Indosat’s Dompetku Mobile Money platform, users can safely send and receive funds across Indonesia’s largest mobile money network. The HomeSend service enables consumers to send money to and from mobile money accounts, payment cards, bank accounts or cash outlets – regardless of their location or that of the recipient. The International Fund of Agricultural Development (IFAD), a specialized agency of the United Nations, estimates that 6.5M Indonesians will send funds to family or friends back home in 2014. The World Bank estimates that in total, $7.5B in remittance payments will be made into Indonesia this year.
MoneyGram signed a global agreement with BICS to connect to HomeSend. HomeSend, a strategic business partnership between BICS and eServGlobal , is a global technology hub service that enables person-to-person fund transfers. Through the technology of the HomeSend hub, MoneyGram customers in more than 200 countries will be able remit funds to mobile accounts of HomeSend hub members across the globe. MoneyGram has 336,000 agent locations worldwide and also offers money transfer services through kiosks, along with online, mobile, and other channels. The agreement will enable MoneyGram customers and agents to further connect to HomeSend’s substantial network, which includes some of the largest tier one mobile operator groups. Today HomeSend has live deployments in more than 50 countries and commercial contracts with mobile network operators (MNOs) and money transfer operators (MTOs).
eServGlobal mobile financial services will partner with MNepal Limited to offer a mobile financial service solution. eServGlobal and MNepal will offer a shared technology platform which can be accessed by all banks and financial institutions in the country to extend mobile financial services to their users. The service will operate as a common brand mobile financial service allowing multiple banks and financial institutions to join as members. The service will offer a comprehensive suite of mobile money services to users as well as extending to provide mobile-centric microfinance services such as loans, savings and insurance complemented by loyalty and segmentation features.