Publications

PSE produces a wide range of industry-leading publications on a wide range of topics, and in variety of formats. Here you can find some of our most recent publications. For daily updates on the latest developments in the global payments market please follow us on Twitter at @pseconsulting.com.

Citi Open Banking Dialogues – Part 3

20th September 2019

  In the last of three Dialogues, Chris Jones (PSE’s MD) sat down with Tony Mclaughlin (MD in Citi’s Treasury and Trade Solutions business, based in London) to talk all […]

Citi Open Banking Dialogues – Part 2

12th September 2019

  In the second of three Dialogues, Chris Jones (PSE’s MD) sat down with Tony Mclaughlin (MD in Citi’s Treasury and Trade Solutions business, based in London) to talk all […]

Citi Open Banking Dialogues – Part 1

6th September 2019

  Chris Jones (PSE’s MD) recently sat down with Tony Mclaughlin (MD in Citi’s Treasury and Trade Solutions business, based in London) to talk all things Open Banking. The following […]

Waving, Not Drowning! TRA & issuer risk signalling in a post-SCA world

27th February 2019

There is growing interest in the acquirer and merchant community in the Transaction Risk Analysis (TRA) exemption for Strong Customer Authentication (SCA). The opportunity to exclude transactions up to €500 […]

Future of Acquiring Survey 2018

12th December 2018

PSE asked 125 experts attending its 2018 Merchant Acquiring Conference their views on key topics affecting the evolution of the European acquiring market.   The answers provide a useful insight […]

Will Regulatory Innovation Destroy the EU’s Cards Business?

15th November 2018

The following blog summarises Peter Jones’s presentation at PSE’s Merchant Acquiring Conference 2018    Over the past 10 years, Europe’s cards business has suffered a tidal wave of regulation.  Not […]

Latest News Round-up

8 November 2019

Industry Videos

Dutch cashierless store trial

ING is working with supermarket chain Albert Heijn and US AiFi on a cashierless store trial.

Users gain access by scanning their debit card, with cameras and ‘smart shelves’ tracking purchases and automatic payment on exit. Similar to Amazon Go but does not require an app.

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