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AFP Payments: Financial Professionals Confident in EMV

  • By Staff Writers
  • Published: 4/16/2015
This month, we turn our attention to payments fraud and security, with the release of the 2015 AFP Payments Fraud & Control Survey and the AFP Payments Security Guide. The Fraud Survey, underwritten by J.P. Morgan, found that treasury and finance professionals overwhelmingly believe that EMV cards will reduce fraud at the point of sale. The AFP Payments Security Guide, underwritten by MUFG Union Bank, N.A., is a companion piece to the survey and features practical and preventive measures financial professionals can use to protect their organizations against fraud. Also this month, a Wal-Mart treasury executive speaks out against chip-and-signature cards, a gang of cybercriminals loots corporate bank accounts, we evaluate the business case for adopting ISO 20022, and more.

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AFP Payments is a monthly newsletter delivering best practice information, news and analysis of global payments challenges, regulations and emerging technologies. As the world migrates from paper-based to electronic payment methods, financial professionals and others need to stay atop developments ranging from new card-based payment options, to changes in banking practices, to regional payments concerns around the world.

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