Italian jeweler Bulgari is crossing over into the consumer solutions sector with the introduction of its Bulgari Vault mobile application.
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In the latest contactless payments development for the Rio Olympics, Visa has partnered with Swatch to introduce an NFC-enabled watch in Brazil, enabling consumers to pre-load funds into their associated bank accounts and make a purchase within seconds.
American Express cardholders will be able to interactively manage their credit accounts through a chatbot in Facebook Messenger, streamlining customer service for on-the-go consumers.
Consumers are embracing mobile payment applications, with more than 25 percent of smartphone owners in the United States using these platforms at least once a month, according to new research from Parks Associates.
United Kingdom-based secured lender Borro is predicting hard luxury assets, including art and classic automobiles, to be tangible stores of wealth in the aftermath of the European Union referendum.
German automaker BMW has created a financial services innovation lab to encourage early-stage startups to partner with its brand.
Asia Pacific’s high-net-worth individuals have the greatest collective wealth of any region globally, putting them ahead of North America’s affluent for the first time, according to Capgemini’s World Wealth Report.
The costs most commonly associated with security compromises amount to less than 5 percent of the business impact, according to Deloitte Advisory.
While mobile shoppers are embracing one-click checkout buttons, retailers are likely to integrate only several out of a quickly growing number of options, suggesting not all will survive.
NEW YORK – A MasterCard executive at Mobile Moments NYC May 25 discussed the company’s continued innovation in payment authentication methods as well as biometrics, naming its selfie pay option as particularly effective for consumers making in-application purchases.