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Where Are They Now? BS&T's 2012 Elite 8, One Year Later
Slideshows  |  9/30/2013  | 
Core systems modernization, customer experience-related initiatives and supporting regulatory compliance are among the top priorities keeping BS&T's 2012 Elite 8 honorees busy since they were recognized a year ago. Here are updates on the challenges and projects that some of the executives have been tackling in the past year.
3 Ways Ontario, Canada Is Leading the Charge in Mobile Payments
Slideshows  |  9/27/2013  | 
MasterCard ranked Canada as the second most prepared country in the world for widespread mobile payments adoption. Here are some of the reasons why.
4 Key Payments Trends from the 2013 World Payments Report
Slideshows  |  9/20/2013  | 
Capgemini's latest World Payments Report highlights a number of interesting trends that are fostering the growth of non-cash payments around the globe.
5 Ways Mobile Banking Is Evolving: Finovate
Slideshows  |  9/13/2013  | 
Several new technologies demoed at Finovate this week showcased new ways that mobile is solving pain points for banks and their customers.
How The Cards Business Is Transforming
Slideshows  |  9/6/2013  | 
Mobile capabilities, nontraditional competition and new regulations are among the trends reshaping the cards business. What does it mean for the major players -- and for banks?
8 Big Stories Transforming The Payments Landscape
Slideshows  |  9/5/2013  | 
The payments market is emerging as the laboratory where some of the most innovative and disruptive developments in financial services are occurring. What can banks do to capitalize on this transformation?


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