The award was bestowed to MasterCard for innovative solutions that enable value and efficiency in commercial payments. MasterCard was selected by the publication's editors who incorporate input from industry analysts, corporate executives and technology experts in determining the award's recipient. The results of the exclusive survey are published in the March 2009 issue of the magazine.
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Hear Jennifer share results from CFSI research in interviewing industry leaders across the spectrum of participants in the prepaid value chain, along with interviews from underbanked consumers. She will also discuss results from a research project completed by CFSI and Paybefore.com to conduct an Internet poll of industry executives. Join us for this webinar, so you can better understand the current trends in general purpose reloadable (GPR) prepaid cards and chart a path forward in this growing industry.
On our new PaymentsViews.com web site, Allen has posted his highlights from today's morning and afternoon Platinum Day sessions. Today's topics included the CyberSource 2008 Fraud Survey findings and PIN-debit for eCommerce.
Jay will be leading a panel discussion on Thursday on "Payments as Business Strategy" - highlighting how payments management is an important part of any eCommerce Merchant's overall strategy, both in keeping expenses in line but also, and, even more importantly, contributing to top line merchant revenues.
Stay tuned for more updates here by Allen and Jay from this important annual conference for eCommerce merchants.
The bank is just out with the latest edition today - it includes some pretty amazing charts - like the following:
In my remarks today, I have emphasized the need to address the problems posed by firms that are perceived to be too big to fail, the importance of efforts to strengthen the financial infrastructure, the desirability of reducing the procyclical effects of capital regulation and accounting rules, and the potential benefits of taking a more macroprudential approach to the supervision and regulation of financial firms.