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From: JakeStraw4/3/2019 8:23:50 AM
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Mastercard invests in fintech startup focusing on small/mid-sized firms
seekingalpha.com

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From: JakeStraw4/16/2019 8:26:45 AM
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Mastercard taps into buy-now, pay-later trend with acquisition of Vyze
marketwatch.com

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From: JakeStraw4/30/2019 10:40:45 AM
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Mastercard reports better-than-expected earnings and revenue amid strong transaction volumes and a boost from new products and services.
thestreet.com

Mastercard Keeps Charging Forward
finance.yahoo.com

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From: JakeStraw5/3/2019 7:54:41 AM
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Mastercard Puts Digital Resources in Small Business Owners Wallets
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From: JakeStraw5/3/2019 2:20:50 PM
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Mastercard Strengthens Bill Payment Services with Acquisition of Transactis
apnews.com

Transactis’ technology helps companies improve their customers’ bill payment experience, while reducing inefficiencies associated with paper bills and checks. It provides access to a flexible digital service that can be used by even the smallest businesses, such as schools and property owners, who often don’t support online bill pay.

Transactis distributes its technology through a broad network of bank and non-bank partners.

“We see Transactis as strengthening our support of the bill payments space,” said Colleen Taylor, executive vice president of new payment platforms, North America for Mastercard. “Transactis’ technical and commercial know-how, combined with our reach and comprehensive payment options will greatly simplify the entire process. We’ll be able to deliver a better real-time consumer experience, from sign-up to viewing and paying bills, leveraging the investments that have been made in the core infrastructure.”

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From: JakeStraw5/22/2019 10:16:59 AM
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Mastercard and Interac collaborate to give Canadians a fast, simple and secure way to send money globally
marketwatch.com
Canada is a large market for international payments, due to its diverse population and number of businesses that operate in an increasingly global marketplace. According to the latest data from World Bank, $24.5 B in remittances were sent from Canada to other countries. With Mastercard and Interac's combined offering, Canadians will be able to simply log in to their mobile or online banking services and send funds securely globally using the familiar Interac e-Transfer brand.

"Consumers and businesses today operate globally. Whether it's travelling abroad, sending money to family or friends overseas, or purchasing products from a business in another country, the ability to move funds across borders quickly, easily and securely is becoming a must-have," said Ramesh Jayakrishnan, director of Push Payments for Mastercard in Canada. "Financial institutions need cost-effective and trusted solutions to meet their customers' expectations. This new offering will connect banks to Mastercard Send to help improve customer experience and future-proof their cross-border payment service, all while using the existing Interac e-Transfer platform."

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From: Sr K7/10/2019 11:58:18 AM
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Another all-time high for MA 277.0962
VISA, too.
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From: JakeStraw9/20/2019 3:48:25 PM
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Mastercard Track to Modernize $125 Trillion Global B2B Payments Market
newsroom.mastercard.com
Payments leader unveils vision and products to transform global business-to-business payments market.
Mastercard TrackTM Business Payment Service is the first global open-loop commercial service built to simplify and automate payments between the world’s suppliers and buyers.

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From: JakeStraw10/2/2019 9:59:06 AM
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Mastercard Launches Threat Scan to Assess Bank Fraud Exposure
newsroom.mastercard.com
Identifying authorization system vulnerabilities for issuers before exploitation and fraud loss can occur

Using an evolving array of test scenarios from Mastercard global insights into criminal behaviors, the Threat Scan application simulates known fraudulent attacks on issuers and pinpoints authorization security weaknesses. As cyber criminals identify new ways to gain access into a system, the scenarios can be added to the range of tests and instantly ran against systems globally. When the scan is completed, issuers will see the results immediately in the Threat Scan application report pane. The resulting insights enable issuers to assess their fraud exposure and take targeted actions that shore up the weakest links in their defenses before fraud occurs.

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