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14 August 2012 | 2553 views | 0 | Recommends 0
The payments industry has been a sticking point in financial services for quite some time. Vested interests and a concentration of far too much business between too few banks have created development inertia, best evidenced by the SEPA slow train. SEPA was virtually a universal agreed development, if you take banks out of the equation. However, the...