Following a formal evaluation of application solutions to meet requirements under PSD2 to guarantee secure digital payments, ICCREA Banca has chosen Fraud Protect, TAS Group’s advanced fraud management platform for card and digital payments.
On 13th November 2018, TAS Group was awarded the contract following BNL’s call for tender as part of BNP Paribas Group's Domestic Market 2020 Strategic Plan.
Banca Popolare di Sondrio has launched a new solution that allows public entities to accept pagoPA payments directly and seamlessly via POS devices.
TAS Group has signed an agreement with Brazilian Card Issuer and Brand, CREDZ, to deliver a Proof of Concept (PoC) for a digital wallet app for its retailer partner network, providing innovative, customer-centric, convenient payments via the mobile phone.
TAS, a leading technology provider to the Australian financial services industry, has teamed up with Endeavour Mutual Bank to activate its game-changing ‘.bank’ URL, setting a new benchmark in cyber security for the banking sector.
Conductor, one of Brazil’s largest card processors, has chosen TAS Group’s 3D Secure ACS cardholder authentication solution to help its Issuing customers tackle online fraud.
There’s no time to rest for financial services. The unstoppable wave of innovation and change that the industry is riding is showing no signs of abating
With the activation of PSD2 regulation beginning in January 2018 for all EU countries, third parties will get access to financial data of banking customers under the condition that those customers gave their explicit consent.
Customer expectations are driving the instant payments demand, and technological advances are ready to meet them. So why do many banks seem reluctant in adopting Instant Payments?
Technological and digital progresses have brought deep changes to the retail industry in recent years.
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