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Payments people: Caxton’s Alana Parsons
How Caxton’s Chief Operating Officer built a two-decade career in an ever-evolving payments industry.
Everything you need to know about interchange fees
What are interchange fees and why are they a necessary part of overall credit and debit card fees?
The 5 biggest payment challenges facing the travel industry in 2023
From better refund experiences to costly failed payments, we look ahead to the biggest payment challenges travel brands need to tackle in the coming year.
What are the best payment methods for subscription businesses?
With the subscription economy booming, what are the best ways to effectively collect recurring payments from your customers and keep churn to a minimum?
What is tokenisation in payments?
Tokenisation can help make card payments more secure and offer additional functionality to merchants. So how does it work, and what are the alternatives?
Instant payments are coming to Europe — so what?
Will a new proposal from the EU Commission make instant payments the norm in Europe?
Charting the rise of open banking payments: are consumers using them?
A deep dive into the important statistics, charts and stories behind the growth of open banking consumer adoption.
What are payment gateways and how do they work?
A guide to payment gateways and what to bear in mind when choosing one.
Payments people: Coinbase’s Katleho Makgobe
How Coinbase’s Business Operations and Strategy Manager stays ahead in a rapidly evolving crypto landscape.
What is the true cost of your chargeback?
Understand all the fees and hidden costs associated with chargeback requests, and get tactics for reducing the burden on your business.
Can VRP help UK consumers avoid subscription traps?
As consumers weather the cost-of-living crisis, unwanted subscriptions are becoming a costly annoyance. Could VRP offer some much-needed relief?