One of the world's largest ports, Antwerp, is ditching paper cheques in favour of a direct debit-based service from local outfit Twikey.
From June 6, the business customers of KBC will be able to handle their European B2B direct debit mandates fully electronically.
A QR code-based mobile wallet that can be used for in-store, in-app, online and P2P payments has launched in Belgium with the backing of the country's major banks.
KBC, an integrated bank-insurance group, headquartered in Belgium, partnered with Ipanema Technologies to ensure full and quick adoption of Microsoft Lync online and Microsoft Office 365.
Today KBC announced that they are joining MyBank and will offer this Europe-wide payment method to their retail and corporate customers from spring 2015 on.
TSYS (TSS) announced today that it has further extended its relationship with KBC Bank Ireland (KBC), to support the bank's credit card launch in the Irish market. TSYS currently provides debit payment services for KBC.
Temenos (SIX: TEMN), the market-leading provider of mission-critical solutions to the financial services industry, today announces that it will be providing KBC Bank Ireland with T24, its multi-award winning core banking system, as well as its Insight Business Intelligence suite - as The Bank continues to transform itself into a full retail bank.
REGIS-TR, the European trade repository owned by Clearstream (Deutsche Börse Group) and Iberclear (BME), have signed KBC BANK as their pan-European universal bank offering a one-stop-shop for all derivatives types.
Acquirer Systems, a global leader in test and validation solutions is pleased to announce that KBC Bank Ireland, part of KBC Group NV, one of Europe's largest financial services providers, has licensed ASTREX, the company's flagship product, as its enterprise-wide issuing testing platform, to support the launch of the Bank's new MasterCard Debit Card portfolio.
Tsys (TSS) today announced that it has signed a multi-year payments agreement with KBC Bank Ireland (KBC) to launch its debit card portfolio in Ireland.
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