Payzur Launches Business Payout Solutiion

Payzur, Acculynk’s real time P2P platform, is now offering businesses the ability to transfer payments directly to an individual’s or small business’ debit card instantly. Payzur’s direct-to-debit payment platform aids businesses, such as online marketplaces, that regularly make payments to individuals or small businesses by offering a frictionless “payout” process that doesn’t require account verification, enrollment with a third party or parking the funds in a third-party account. The funds are transferred and available in near real time. Both debit and prepaid cards can be used with the service which speeds payments to individuals or small businesses, eliminating the typical two to three day delay.

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Guaranty Bank moves to FIS core

Guaranty Bank selected FIS banking and payments technology to deploy an integrated suite of solutions, including core banking, and the full digital suite of FIS online, mobile and tablet solutions. Innovation was one of the key reasons Guaranty Bank chose FIS for this multi-year agreement, which replaces a decades-long relationship with another provider. FIS will deploy a new core platform for the bank and streamline many of Guaranty Bank’s processes by integrating the bank’s third-party systems, resulting in improved operational efficiency and cost effectiveness. Greater servicing efficiency will give the bank the ability to focus on creating a sales culture that aligns with current and future market trends.

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VISA EUROPE 2013

To describe Visa Europe in three words is contactless, mobile payments, and digital wallets. Visa Europe struck so many such deals in 2013. For example, banks representing 80% of all consumers are already committed to digital wallets and by 2020 Visa Europe predicts one-third of all European consumers will be using V.me by Visa. European consumers have made 211 million contactless purchases in 2013, as the monthly contactless spend has also increased six fold to €285 million. Visa Europe processes more than 32 billion transactions per year with purchase sales exceeding €1.3 trillion on 483 million cards. In October 2007, Visa Europe became independent of the new global Visa Inc., with an exclusive license in Europe.

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BNY Mellon Appoints Banking Transaction Head

BNY Mellon appointed John Gannon head of business development for Banking Transaction Services (BTS). He will focus on growing BTS in North America and expanding its scope to support clients on a global basis. BTS is a comprehensive suite of payment outsourcing services that enable brokerage firms and other providers of wealth and asset management services to offer banking solutions, including debit cards, bill-pay, rewards programs, and other value added solutions. Gannon joined BNY Mellon in 1998, serving since then in a series of increasingly responsible management positions in operations, product management and sales & relationship management.

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Visa 1Q/14 Net Income up 9% Y/Y

[ihc-hide-content ihc_mb_type=”show” ihc_mb_who=”0″ ihc_mb_template=”1″] Visa announced 1Q/14 net income of $1.4 billion, an increase of 9% from the year ago figure while net operating revenue was $3.2 billion, up 11% over the prior year, driven by strong growth in service revenues, data processing revenues and international transaction revenues. The strengthening of the U.S. dollar impacted…

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Capital One 2013

Unloading the Best Buy credit card portfolio in September provided an artificial boost to Capital One’s average yield and net revenue margin in the third quarter for its U.S cards of 121 basis points and 123 basis points, respectively. However, in the fourth quarter the average yield was up 24 basis points compared to one-year ago, but down 121 basis points sequentially. The net revenue margin was up 59 basis points over the year ago quarter, but down 119 basis points from the prior quarter. For the fourth quarter average yield was 14.44% and the net revenue margin was 17.34% for the U.S. portfolio.

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Fundtech Appoints New MD, Emea Sales

Fundtech global transaction banking solutions hired Peter Reynolds Managing Director for Fundtech EMEA Sales. As the head of EMEA sales, Reynolds is responsible for driving regional strategy and managing local teams. He reports to Chris Zingo, Global Head of Sales. Reynolds brings to Fundtech more than 12 years of sales and management experience in financial services. Most recently, he led the EMEA sales initiatives for treasury and risk management solutions provider, Reval. Prior to joining Reval, he was a Sales Director at Thomson Financial.

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Visa Subscribes to SAP Financial Services Network

Visa announced the Visa Commercial issuer through the SAP Financial Services Network designed to help corporations more easily automate and process their invoice payments without the need for significant investment in custom software, and is planned to be available summer 2014. This will help corporations who want to move toward electronic business-to-business payments. This new offering will be designed to allow corporate clients of participating Visa Commercial issuers to route payment instructions to Visa via the SAP Financial Services Network.

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MasterCard Intl 2013

[ihc-hide-content ihc_mb_type=”show” ihc_mb_who=”0″ ihc_mb_template=”1″] In terms of growth, MasterCard’s Europe, Latin America and Canada regions all under performed the fast growing Asia-Pacific-Middle East-Africa region in 2013. Last year the European region produced annual growth of 16.6% with third quarter gross dollar volume of $322 billion. In the Latin American region gross dollar volume also rose…

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Adyen Mobile Payment Index

Adyen today announced findings from its third Adyen Mobile Payments Index covering the period September to December 2013. The Index shows mobile payments accounted for 19.5% of all transactions worldwide in December, a growth of 55% year-over-year, up from 12.6% the previous December. New to this Index, Adyen has pulled out data showing not only the volume of transactions made per type of mobile device, but also the average transaction value across a selection of industry sectors. This data shows tablets to be the preferred device for higher value transactions over smartphones and even PCs in some cases.

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Fiserv Makes Available Risk/Budgeting Solution

Fiserv announced its Vantage Risk and Budgeting Manager application is available as a hosted software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution via the Intelligent Workplace web portal. Vantage Risk and Budgeting Manager via Intelligent Workplace from Fiserv efficiently integrates risk and budgeting processes into a performance management framework to provide a unified view of the key data needed to manage business. It links interdependent business functions – asset/liability management, budgeting and planning, management reporting – to help banks and credit unions make better decisions based on powerful insights into business performance. The functionalities of Vantage Risk and Budgeting Manager are integrated with other Fiserv solutions via Intelligent Workplace, which is a single sign-on portal that includes Prologue(TM) Financial Accounting Services, Predictive Scores(SM), Credit Risk Modeler, Trend Modeler and Prepayment Modeler. The portal makes it easier for end users to manage and use these views of the institution’s performance, while seamlessly integrating an organization’s risk, budgeting, and reporting data and processes.

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D+H UltraData Announces Latest Core Platform Client

Davis + Henderson Corporation announced that Atomic Credit Union has chosen its UltraData Enterprise Core solution, along with additional integrated solutions from the company. These solutions include Cavion Internet Banking, Cavion Voice Banking, Cavion Mobile Banking, Cavion Bill Pay, Cavion Remote Deposit Capture, ActiveView Item Processing, Touché Analyzer business intelligence and the Servicing Director loan servicing system. Atomic Credit Union, based in Piketon, Ohio, selected D+H in order to take advantage of the integration between its core and channel solutions, as well as profit from the added value of D+H’s regulatory knowledge.

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