The digital euro: balancing act of a CBDC Ronald te Velde Connective Payments Table of Contents Summary Globally, central banks are considering the issuance of digital money. Just like cash,…
The impact of Instant Commerce on ecommerce business models Connective Payments team, June 2022 You have a birthday tomorrow, the shops are already closing and you realize you don't have…
Introducing Diana Raicu The latest addition to the Connective Payments team is Diana Raicu. Educated in International and European Law, she recently joined the team as a Junior Compliance Consultant.…
An interview with Program Director Bas van Weele about OVpay, the next major innovation in Dutch public transport.
Value Proposition Canvas (VPC) is a very a suitable method for making strategic choices and avoid the so-called Payments Bias.
7 European countries issued a statement in which they express their support for EPI. How will the penny drop for the European Payments Initiative?
This article describes initiatives by regulators and the industry itself towards regulation of buy now, pay later (BNPL) products.
Dutch V PAY and Maestro cards are being replaced by Visa Debit and Debit Mastercard cards. This article tells you why and how.
During the Open Banking Expo Awards 2021, 16 winners were announced, demonstrating that Open Banking and PSD2 are rapidly gaining momentum. Judging by the number of Anglo-Saxon contenders and winners, Anglo-Saxon countries and the UK in particular are leading the way in opening up the payments market with innovative services based on account data.
Eppo Heemstra of Connective Payments examines the extent to which Dutch banks comply with the EBA guideline on PSD2 performance statistics. There is still considerable room for improvement. The factsheet published by the British OBIE can be a benchmark; the Dutch Central Bank (DNB) or the Dutch Payments Association could play a coordinating role.