Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley held 24% of Wirecard voting rights before the collapse
Jun30

Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley held 24% of Wirecard voting rights before the collapse

By Justinas Baltrusaitis The unexpected Wirecard collapse is still eliciting interest as financial players continue to raise queries on how the once high profile company was managed. The focus is on regulators and key shareholders who had the voice in overseeing the firm’s management prior to the bust. Data obtained by Buyshares.co.uk from the Wirecard website shows that US-based Goldman Sachs Group and Morgan Stanley accounted for...

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Adyen partners with the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund to support the World Health Organization
May06

Adyen partners with the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund to support the World Health Organization

Adyen, the global payments platform of choice for many of the world’s leading companies, today announced its partnership with the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization (WHO). The fund is powered by the United Nations Foundation and the Swiss Philanthropy Foundation and quickly gets vital funding to where it’s needed most, supporting the WHO’s efforts to prevent, detect, and respond to the COVID-19...

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Retailers Failing to Fix Customers’ Payment Pain Points, research finds
Oct27

Retailers Failing to Fix Customers’ Payment Pain Points, research finds

New research released today reveals retailers are missing a huge opportunity to increase sales by failing to address customer payment pain points. Most retailers admit a poor payment experience is a key reason for lost sales, but only 27 per cent are investing to prevent these issues. Adyen’s Retail Therapy Report surveyed more than 2,200 consumers and 500 retailers. The report found that payment problems appear to be a...

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Comment from Adyen Following Identity Fraud News
Aug24

Comment from Adyen Following Identity Fraud News

Attila Doğan, Head of Revenue Protect at Adyen, says: “Today’s research by Cifas shows identity fraud attempts against bank accounts and plastic cards continue to plague the sector. We see spikes in fraud attempts that tend to immediately follow data breaches. This can represent a significant loss for businesses and a hassle for consumers, demonstrating this is a growing concern for businesses and shoppers alike.  “Use of...

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Brits Queue-up to Complain about Shopping
Jun21

Brits Queue-up to Complain about Shopping

New UK consumer research from Adyen reveals the love-hate relationship Brits have with both in-store and online shopping, but especially queues Despite 69% saying they shop online to avoid queues, only 3% of Britons say they no longer shop in-store Still, 57% of consumers named queuing as their biggest frustration with the in-store experience, even though only 2% would go to a different shop with a shorter line 73% of shoppers have...

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