Philipp Bruchert
Philipp Bruchert

Philipp Bruchert

Communications, Public Affairs and Regulatory


Philipp Brüchert is a member of MasterCard Europe’s communication team. In this role he focuses on internal and external communication around legal and regulatory matters as well as on MasterCard’s efforts on inclusion and acceptance. He is based at MasterCard Europe’s regional headquarters in Waterloo, Belgium.

Recent Posts

Ground breaking new guidelines layout best practice for the financial industry to engage and include the next generation Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 30 March 2017 – Today, Child & Youth Finance International (CYFI) and Mastercard are launching a groundbreaking guide on banking and payment products for minors. Unique in its approach, the ‘Safer Payment Products for …
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Ground breaking new guidelines layout best practice for the financial industry to engage and include the next generation

Ground breaking new guidelines layout best practice for the financial industry to engage and include the next generation

Masterindex reveals strong uptake of e-commerce across Europe with different trends from country to country Europeans are avid online shoppers according to the first Masterindex on pan-European e-commerce and new payment trends. With the European market for e-commerce expected to grow by 45% from 2015 to 2018[1], a Mastercard survey of consumers in over 20 …
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Masterindex reveals strong uptake of e-commerce across Europe with different trends from country to country

The 2017 Masterindex is the first Mastercard survey of consumer trends in e-commerce and new payments in Europe. The aim of the Masterindex is to gain insights into the state of e-commerce, one of the pillars of the Digital Single Market, in over 20 countries across the European Economic Area (EEA).

Millions of Europeans Lack Access to the Global Economy, but the Road to Inclusion is a Digital One Waterloo, Belgium – December 12, 2016 – Mastercard today announced findings from new research into those who are financially excluded across Europe, finding a third (33%) are employed full time and 35% are aged 18-34. 138 million [1] …
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Mastercard conducted a face-to-face survey among 635 respondents in 6 markets (UK, Poland, Italy, Russia, France and Spain) across Europe. The survey found that 138 million Europeans are financially cut off from society – without a bank account or payment methods. For more information on the study, please click here: http://mstr.cd/2gqXCSH

Equal access to financial and digital products seen as vital to open and inclusive society, but a ‘Money Ceiling’ exists, acting as a barrier to inclusion. Waterloo, Belgium – June 2, 2016 – Fewer than half of Europeans (49%) believe there is a high level of financial inclusion in their country. In fact, as many …
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New MasterCard report explores impact of technology and innovation on consumer and retailer behaviour To tweet this news, copy-paste http://news.mstr.cd/1Rcyj1o to your Twitter handle with #MasterCard and #innovation BRUSSELS – 7 May, 2015 –  Following the  European Commission’s  proposals on the Digital Single Market, a new report from MasterCard demonstrates how research and innovation in technology …
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