24 October 2016
Your browser is unable to support Flash files.

Latest articles for Australian Payments Clearing Association (APCA)


TNS connects with APCA coin network

06 September 2016  |  1489 views  |  0 Company announcement

Transaction Network Services (TNS) is giving the payments industry efficient, secure and reliable connectivity to the Australian Payments Clearing Association’s Community of Interest Network (COIN).


Square faces Oz bank concerns over mPOS security

17 March 2016  |  10216 views  |  0 News

Square's move into Australia has gotten off to a rocky start, with Commonwealth Bank only agreeing to lift a security-related block on the mPOS service after an intervention from Visa and MasterCard.


RBA warns Australian banks not to backtrack on payments modernisation

24 October 2014  |  24694 views  |  2 News

The Reserve Bank of Australia has warned that it will be "duty bound" to use its regulatory powers should the nation's banks fail to deliver on promises to modernise the country's payments infrastructure.


Banks and retailers sign on for new Australian Payments Council

26 August 2014  |  9137 views  |  1 News

Australian banks, retailers and payments specialists have signed on to a new co-ordination body that aims to step up the pace of innovation in the country's payments industry.


Australian consumers giving up on cash - APCA

06 August 2014  |  6780 views  |  0 News

New research from the Australian Payments Clearing Association, shows that as with cheques, Australian consumers are increasingly giving up cash in favour of cards, mobiles and online transactions.


Oz banks gear up for real-time payments system

05 July 2013  |  7536 views  |  2 News

Australia's banks have brought in KPMG to manage a programme to build an industry-wide real-time payments platform by 2016.


Australia backs away from abolishing cheques

17 May 2012  |  8353 views  |  3 News

The Australian Payments Clearing Association (Apca) says it sees no need to close the country's cheque clearing system, following a year-long consultation with payment stakeholders.


Chip technology shifts Australian fraud landscape

07 December 2010  |  12946 views  |  1 News

The introduction of chip technology is changing card fraud patterns in the Australian payments landscape, with skimming attacks diminishing as fraudsters turn to card-not-present scams.


Skimming attacks push up Australian card fraud

09 December 2009  |  10759 views  |  1 News

Debit card fraud in Australia has jumped over the last year according to the country's payments clearing association, driven by a spate of skimming attacks on ATMs and POS terminals.


CNP and counterfeit card fraud on the rise in Australia

15 December 2008  |  6233 views  |  0 News

Annual fraud figures from the Australian Payments Clearing Association (APCA) show a continuing increase in levels of card-not-present fraud and counterfeit/card skimming scams.

Previous 1 | 2 Next
Find out moreVisit dh.comFind out more

Top topics

Most viewed Most shared
The bank of the future will be invisible - KPMGThe bank of the future will be invisible -...
38803 views comments | 133 tweets | 244 linkedin
Barclays and Citi test blockchain tech for equity swaps processingBarclays and Citi test blockchain tech for...
8726 views comments | 26 tweets | 19 linkedin
Visa treads on Swift's toes with blockchain pilot for high value paymentsVisa treads on Swift's toes with blockchai...
7694 views comments | 33 tweets | 35 linkedin
ING takes fintech startup route to UK relaunchING takes fintech startup route to UK rela...
7316 views comments | 29 tweets | 23 linkedin
Visa tells Europe to be ready for 3-D Secure 2.0 by April 2018Visa tells Europe to be ready for 3-D Secu...
7295 views comments | 12 tweets | 26 linkedin

Solution source

Search by company or single key word