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What are interchange fees?

Interchange fees are transaction fees used in the payment card industry, which the card-issuing bank charges whenever a credit or debit card is used to make a transaction. The fees are charged to the merchant bank, or acquiring bank, and are paid to the card issuer. The fee covers the…

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What Is a Challenger Bank?

Sometimes called neobanks, challenger banks have no brick-and-mortar branches or physical locations. They are entirely digital, and some might technically not even be banks at all. The services offered by challenger banks are typically available through mobile apps or websites and might include the ability to transfer money between accounts,…

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Open Banking – APIs, Use Cases & Benefits

Open banking is an $8 billion-plus revenue opportunity and one of the most seismic shifts in consumer and commercial finance technology in decades. Throughout open banking, two or more parties have access to banking data through an application programming interface (API).  The goal of open banking is to improve the consumer experience. Let's take…

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