Caryn Mather

Caryn conducts research in banking and payments across Africa and is a regular contributor to Payments Afrika.

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Visa Releases Mobile Best Practices for Issuers

The growth in e-commerce transaction volumes and the increased adoption of mobile phoned the way consumers are now shopping has changed. With this in mind, Visa recently released an overview Read More →

GhIPSS Urges Banks to Issue Local Cards

Ghana Interbank Payment and Settlement Systems (GhIPSS) has urged banks to issue more proprietary ‘local’ ATM cards to their customers. Historically most banks in Ghana would issue international cards, which had Read More →

Kenya Bankers Association Releases Mobile Money Survey

The Kenya Bankers Association have released the findings of their latest survey which looks at the interplay between banks, mobile network operators and agency banking. The survey shows that a majority Read More →

Rwandan Startup Provides Electronic Remittances at Lower Prices

Rwandan startup MERGIMS is aiming to provide a method for African diaspora to pay for products and services for their families in their home countries, minimising the need for expensive Read More →

Wincor Nixdorf Launches Mobile Point of Sale Solution

Wincor Nixdorf, a provider of IT solutions to retail businesses and retail banks, is launching the BEETLE mobile Point of Sale (POS) solution at this year’s NRF exhibition. The tablet, Read More →

Video Interview with Kenya-based Rupu Deals

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Central Bank of Nigeria Implements New Payments Systems

According to a report in the Nigerian Tribune The Central Bank of Nigeria has improved the Nigerian payment system with the introduction of a new Real time Gross Settlement Read More →

Zimbabwe Implements Tax on Mobile Money

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Predictions for Banking and Payments in 2014

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