Mastercard hosts African Debit Forum
MasterCard, the world's leading technology company in the global payments industry hosted the African Debit Forum recently to discuss role of technology in helping banks deliver a seamless consumer experience Over the one-day event, executives from leading financial institutions discussed the need to harness new technologies such as mobile, and add targeted loyalty offerings to…
MasterCard, Nixdorf to pilot cardless ATM solutions
Diebold Nixdorf is teaming up with MasterCard to pilot test two cash provision services — MasterCard Cash Pick-Up and Cardless ATM powered by MasterCard.
Mastercard, Vconnect aim to empower MSMEs across Nigeria
Global Payment and Technology Company, Mastercard has partnered with Vconnect, Africa’s online business listing service, to empower Micro, Small, Medium Enterprises...
MasterCard partners Nigerian start-up for online payment solution
MasterCard has partnered with Nigerian tech start-up, NetPlus, to develop an e-commerce solution that will help reduce usage of cash for e-retailers and consumers alike.
Mobile phones key driver of financial inclusion – MasterCard
Mrs. Omokehinde Adebanjo, Vice President and Area Business Head, West Africa, MasterCard said the mobile phone is a crucial tool that would drive financial inclusion. Adebanjo spoke at the Cashless Africa Expo 2017 held in Lagos with the theme: “Future of Finance”.
Payments innovation as a local technology imperative
When my 25-year-old friend and fellow Google Developer Mentor, Kenneth Kinyanjui got to Silicon Valley last year, his card from his local Kenyan bank was not working.
Mastercard wins UN Hunger Hero award
The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) has honoured Mastercard with the prestigious Hunger Hero award at its yearly dinner at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Mastercard’s CEO, Ajay Banga...
Mastercard sued for $19 billion over charges
About 46 million people in Britain could potentially benefit from a legal case brought against Mastercard, demanding 14 billion pounds ($19 billion) in damages for allegedly charging excessive fees, according to court documents filed in London.
PayPal, MasterCard reach deal for store payments
Mastercard said it had expanded its deal with payment processor PayPal Holdings Inc, which would allow customers to use PayPal’s payment services in stores.