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Offering visibility to our clients is a key priority

Fintech Finance talked to Martin Grunewald, Chief Business Officer, BankservAfrica about...

Focus on user experience through instant access to data

Fintech Finance talked to Eric Bayle, Head of Global Transaction Banking UK, Societe Generale about...

The role of transaction data in payments operations

Fintech Finance talked to Sajid Gani, Head of CIB Operations South Africa, Standard Bank, about the...

Creating new value - Intix off-the-shelf use cases help banks put their transaction data to work

We talked to Intix CEO Marc Braet about the use cases that financial institutions can take advantage of when wishing to put their transaction data to work.

What is meant with "transaction data"?

MB: "Transaction data refers to the information that represents usage of specific services and buying of specific products. In the consumer space, buying activities are tracked on digital platforms e.g.,...



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The Future of European payments

Banks’ payments revenues have grown steadily at about 3 percent per year over the past six years. However, some specialist payments providers—processors, acquirers, schemes, and others—have achieved double-digit growth rates over the same period. This suggests that banks’ traditional role at the centre of the payments ecosystem may be coming under challenge.



This PWC report gives some very clear insights on (potential) market abuse in the securities industry. A great read up to this very day.


This McKinsey reports highlights that "access to and the inclusion of transaction data by counterparty is important, especially in sectors highly disrupted by the crisis. Movements in the current-account balance are also important."