Payments Intelligence Magazine – December Edition (2019)

19th December 2019
Callum Godwin
Callum Godwin

About the Magazine:

Payments Intelligence is the only publication solely focused on analyzing the payments industry from a merchant perspective. In this edition of Payments Intelligence, we take an in-depth look at an inquiry into debit card routing restrictions and the fuel EMV liability shift, and explore the important role data can play in assisting merchant and regulator decision-making.

Featured Articles Include:

  • Barriers to Change: How Much Could the FTC’s Inquiry Save the Online Merchant Community?
  • Introducing the Merchant Payments Index
  • The Storm is Coming: Why Fuel Merchants Need to Prepare for EMV, Now

Featured Articles Include

Barriers to Change

How Much Could the FTC’s Inquiry Save the Online Merchant Community?

Merchant Payments Index

Introducing our macro level data analytics tool for the merchant community.

The Storm is Coming

Why Fuel Merchants Need to Prepare for EMV, Now

Turning the Tide

Making Payments Work for Merchants - Event in Focus

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