A year after the official launch of chip payment technology in the US, Visa is claiming steady progress, with the country already its largest EMV card market and fraud rates falling sharply.
Visa Inc., in partnership with Oracle, today introduced Visa Advertising Solutions, a new suite of products to help merchants understand whether their digital advertising efforts are influencing consumer purchase decisions online and in-stores.
As more and more shoppers make their purchases online, keeping e-commerce fraud in check — while minimizing interruptions to good customers — is a priority for everyone in payments.
Brits are nearly twice as likely to trust banks to store and keep safe their biometric information as they are to trust government agencies, according to a survey from Visa.
Walmart Canada began informing customers this morning that we will stop accepting Visa credit cards at our 16 stores in the province of Manitoba beginning October 24, 2016.
DCB Bank, a new-generation private sector bank in India, has announced the launch of mVisa.
ItzCash, India’s leading digital payment solutions company announced that as a part of a strategic alignment, the company has been approved as a member of the Visa network.
BNY Mellon has recruited former Visa innovation lead Niamh De Niese to head up its Emea technology incubator.
Visa is teaming up with several Kenyan banks on a service that aims to break M-Pesa's stranglehold on the country's mobile payments market.
National Australia Bank is rolling out a series of card-linked enhancements to its mobile banking app, including a 'world-first' feature which enables consumers to use the app to pay for purchases while waiting for the arrival of new Visa credit cards.
© Finextra Research 2016