Increased adoption of contactless technology demonstrates European consumers’ enthusiasm to embrace new technologies as they opt for trusted convenience Waterloo, Belgium – September 17, 2018 – Contactless technology continues to proliferate as the most widely adopted form of electronic payment in European history, with almost one in two of in-store card transactions now being contactless. …
New services will enhance trust and facilitate interactions between banks and third parties to enable both to better serve consumers and businesses Waterloo, 5 June 2018 – Mastercard announced today that it is developing a new suite of services to underpin the transformation taking place in the industry as partners ready themselves to take advantage …
New services will enhance trust and facilitate interactions between banks and third parties to enable both to better serve consumers and businesses
Make acceptance clear, so customers know that they can pay with Mastercard!
While 60% of global retailers have closed stores as a result of competition from e-commerce players, survey findings show they are adapting their strategies to remain competitive October 9, 2017—LONDON—Today, Applied Predictive Technologies (APT) announced the release of a new report, based on findings from a survey of global retail executives: “Bricks-and-Mortar Retailers Fight Back: …
Tim Murphy, General Counsel and Chief Franchise Officer, provides Mastercard’s view on Europe and its regulatory environment
The way Europeans are making purchases is changing. The future is digital and tangible advanced technology solutions for citizens and businesses are already available. What are some of these payment methods and how will they increase safety, convenience and speed? Mastercard is the global frontrunner of digital payment innovation with Mastercard Labs. Together, we are …
A case study on how Mastercard contributes to more efficient tax collection in Italy. This case study is part of a series for the European public policy community. Case-study-Italy-tax-collection
Case study on Italy’s Professor’s Card, part of a series for the European public policy community.