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P2P Payment Global Market Report 2022: Growing Acceptance of Online and Mobile Banking, as well ...

Eagle-Tribune 03 Jan 2023
The increase in acceptance of online banking, mobile banking, and e-commerce by consumers is expected to propel the P2P payment market's growth going forward. Online banking enables users to complete all banking-related tasks, including money transfers, access to historical transactional data, cash withdrawals, deposits, etc., with a single click.
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BAI Honors 10 Companies and 10 Rising Star Leaders as Winners in the 2022 BAI ...

Maryville Daily Forum 08 Dec 2022
Bank of America (USA) ... MVB Bank (USA) ... Standard Bank (South Africa) ... Niki Neumann (South Africa), Executive, Lead Ecosystem Agriculture – Standard Bank Group ... TECHNOLOGY ONLINE PRIVACY FINANCE CONSULTING BANKING ACCOUNTING PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PAYMENTS DIGITAL CASH MANAGEMENT/DIGITAL ASSETS SOFTWARE FINTECH CROWDFUNDING DATA MANAGEMENT SECURITY.
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Rising economies flock to instant alternative payments vs. cards in the world's most innovative regions ...

Ellensburg Daily Record 07 Dec 2022
In Latin America and Africa, the world's two fastest-growing regions for digital buyers, new business opportunities are fueling payments innovations ... With so many major challenges to address – from banking to online security to healthcare – the SaaS/cloud market in LatAm was already one of the fastest-growing in the world last year.
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Nigeria Buy Now Pay Later Markets and Investment Opportunity Report 2022: BNPL Payments are Expected ...

The Facts 01 Dec 2022
DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec 1, 2022-- ... BNPL payments in the country are expected to grow by 83.8% on an annual basis to reach US$3,670.7 million in 2022 ... Medium to long term growth story of BNPL industry in Nigeria remains strong ... Online ChannelPOS Channel ... NIGERIA AFRICA ... PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PAYMENTS ONLINE RETAIL RETAIL TECHNOLOGY FINANCE BANKING.
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Gangs of cybercriminals are expanding across Africa, investigators say

The Observer 27 Nov 2022
Interpol have described online scams such as banking and credit card fraud as the most prevalent and pressing cyberthreat in Africa. The Covid-19 pandemic led to a sustained increase in the volume of cyber-attacks, including more than twice as many targeting online banking platforms, analysts at the organisation have said.
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‘Hushpuppi’ gets prison term for money laundering conspiracy

The Grio 08 Nov 2022
YouTube – BBC News Africa). Prosecutors said Abbas and a Canadian man laundered money from various online crimes including bank cyberheists and business email compromise, or BEC, a prolific crime in which crooks hack into email accounts, pretend to be someone they’re not and fool victims into wiring money where it doesn’t belong.
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SA heads towards technical recession as load shedding takes toll

Independent online (SA) 01 Nov 2022
The impact of load shedding has forced Absa Bank to revise its third quarter gross domestic product (GDP) growth ... This was according to Peter Worthington, head of the bank’s South Africa macroeconomic research division, who spoke in an online “roundtable” presentation yesterday.
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‘Nigeria must enforce zero tolerance for corruption, provide basic amenities’

Business Day Online 26 Oct 2022
... online discussion that focused on regulation in banking and financial institution in Africa.
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South Africa Telecommunications Industry and Retail of Devices Market Report 2022 with Profiles of Vodacom, ...

Eagle-Tribune 20 Oct 2022
... A (Pty) LtdMIA South Africa (Pty) LtdMicrosoft (S A) (Pty) LtdMr Price Mobile (Pty) LtdMTN Group LtdSamsung Electronics South Africa (Pty) LtdStandard Bank of South Africa Ltd (The)Telkom SA SOC LtdVodacom Group LtdZA Online Store (Pty) LtdZTE Corporation South Africa (Pty) Ltd.
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Fintechs: Further innovation requires regulation

Independent online (SA) 19 Oct 2022
Demand for online shopping increased globally and in South Africa in the wake of Covid-19 ... Consequently, there is a significant need for regulation of fintechs in South Africa’s open banking sector, which remains unregulated ... It is not clear when we can expect to see regulation in South Africa relating to open banking.
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Banking crime stats data shows ATM attackers are opting for explosives as preferred weapon

Independent online (SA) 19 Oct 2022
At the same time the data showed that while banking on digital platforms such as apps, online and over the telephone, now exceeds all other transaction channels in South Africa, it is also the safest way to bank. The data showed that from 2020 to 2021, digital banking fraud incidents decreased by 18% overall, and Mewalall said.
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Standard Bank’s online banking platforms go down

Business Day 18 Oct 2022
The internet banking and business online platforms were “interrupted” this morning, Africa’s biggest lender by assets said in an emailed ...
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Standard Bank online banking working again after earlier failure

Business Day 18 Oct 2022
The lender’s internet banking and business online platforms were “interrupted” this morning, Africa’s biggest lender by assets said in ...
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Gitex Global ’22: Cloud computing and Metaverse is where UAE’s tech spending will be

Gulf News 09 Oct 2022
“There will be a lot of focus on online payment services across categories, opening up more chances for fintechs to secure key contracts, funding,” said an industry source ... * The online banking infrastructure is under-developed, especially in the Levant and North Africa, which also gives room for further digitization down the line.

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