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Mastercard and OpenText partner to simplify supply chain finance

OpenText announced a partnership to help companies increase financial efficiencies across global supply chains, starting in the automotive industry. Read more: finextra

Singapore-based Moneythor joins Mastercard Start Path programme

Singapore-based digital banking software provider Moneythor today announced that it has been selected to join the Mastercard Start Path programme to innovate in payments solutions. Read more: e27

Mastercard: Why The Time Is Now For Real-Time B2B Payments

In the B2B world, the time is now for faster payments. The bar may seem a bit low, as the majority of transactions Read more: pymnts.com

PayPal launches its first UK debit card

PayPal has launched its first UK business debit Mastercard, offering its business customers instant, worldwide access Read more: finextra

Swedish startup Gimi launches a prepaid Mastercard for kids and teenagers

Today, Swedish start-up Gimi launches The Gimi Card; a child-friendly Mastercard® that allows parents to preload money Read more: finextra

SoLo Funds Announces Mastercard Integration to Expand Access to Affordable Loans

SoLo Funds, the peer-to-peer lending platform that provides instant affordable access to loans, today announced a Mastercard integration that enables users to link their debit bank accounts to the SoLo Funds platform enabling faster, more seamless lending transactions under $1,000. Read more: www.fintech.finance

Network International’s LSE float attracts £300m Mastercard investment

Following news that UAE-based payment solutions provider Network International will float on the London Stock Exchange (LSE), Mastercard has agreed to make a $300 million cornerstone investment, reports Jane Connolly. Read more: www.bankingtech.com

Mastercard unveils latest Start Path startups

The world’s most promising startups and FinTechs today move like Mastercard – in microseconds. We may be different in size, but there are many more similarities than differences, which we witness through Start Path. Read more: www.finextra.com

Amex and Mastercard Zeroing in on businesses with new partnerships

Today American Express and Mastercard launched new offerings geared toward business clients. Amex and digital business payments firm Bill.com announced Read more: bankinnovation.net

iSignthis to provide payment processing services for major card schemes in...

Payment and identity technology company iSignthis will continue to provide payment processing, clearing and settlement services in Australia for all major card schemes, Read more: member.regtechanalyst.com