Ukash Further Expands in the Netherlands with H@ND

Bringing Dutch consumers additional access to safe easy cash online payments

London, July 2013 - Ukash, the online cash payment provider, is further growing in the Netherlands and continuing its European expansion. E-Business solutions specialist, H@ND is the latest key partner to sign up in the country, giving Dutch shoppers access to Ukash vouchers.

H@ND provides a secure and reliable 24/7 online transaction processing service, including online solutions for web shops, self-service terminals, checkout and e-vouchering, as well as prepaid stations, gift cards and loyalty systems. Processing hundreds of thousands of transactions per week across the Netherlands, H@ND strengthens Ukash’s strategic position in this key market. The new solution will be available in 3,500 outlets nationwide.

David Hunter, Chief Executive Officer of Ukash explains, “Ukash offers an alternative to paying online by credit or debit card, allowing people to use cash without having to reveal their personal financial information. Through our partnership with H@ND we are offering Dutch consumers access to the convenience and security of Ukash across an additional thousand outlets nationwide.

“H@ND’s expertise in the e-value transaction market makes it the perfect partner for Ukash, as we grow in the Netherlands, providing more consumers with lots of ways to pay online.”

Theo Snijder, Chief Executive Officer of H@ND adds, “The growth of internet shopping and paid for online content, such as games and other services, means consumers are demanding more choice at the checkout. We already offer a range of prepaid payment methods and now Ukash allows us to deliver an online cash payment solution in the Netherlands that’s secure and convenient.”

Ukash codes are purchased with cash in retail outlets such as shops, petrol stations and kiosks. The unique 19 digit codes can then be used to pay directly on any of the thousands of websites that accept Ukash transactions worldwide, or loaded onto prepaid cards and e-wallets.

The maximum single value allowed is €250 and the maximum amount that can be held by an individual customer is €1,250. Both sums have equivalents in other currencies.

Pioneering the online payment market more than a decade ago, Ukash has grown to more than 460,000 physical points of purchase, and is available in more than 57 countries around the world over  6 continents.  It is regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).

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For further press information or interviews please contact the Ukash Press Office at HSL:  Wendy Harrison, Jenny Thorneywork or Clare Watson. +44 (0)20 8977 9132. ukashteam@harrisonsadler.com

Notes to Editors

Ukash is the Global e-Money Network and internationally recognised e-commerce cash payment method that enables consumers around the world to use cash to shop, pay and play online safely, securely and conveniently. This secure payment method was developed to protect personal identity and financial information when making online transactions, reducing the threat of credit and debit card fraud for consumers and repudiations and charge-backs for retailers. Ukash has no age limit, so consumers of all ages can make the most of safe payment online.

Ukash codes are purchased with cash in retail outlets such as shops, petrol stations and kiosks, and issued online from the company’s website. The unique 19 digit codes can then be used to pay directly on any of the thousands of websites that accept Ukash transactions worldwide, or loaded onto prepaid cards and e-wallets.

Established in 2001 under the holding company Smart Voucher Ltd, Ukash® has grown to more than 460,000 physical points of purchase, and is available in more than 50 countries around the world in 6 continents.

Ukash is regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). The maximum single value allowed is £200/€250 or equivalent in other currencies, and the maximum amount that can be held by an individual customer is £1,000/€1,250 or equivalent in other currencies.

Ukash chooses Limonetik to accelerate development of online cash services with France’s top 100 e-retailers

20 June 2013 - Ukash, the market-leading online cash service, has selected Limonetik to help accelerate its expansion in the French e-commerce market. Ukash can be purchased at more than 460,000 locations around the world (currently 57 countries), including more than 42,000 points of sale in France, enabling consumers to use cash to shop, pay and play online safely, securely and conveniently. By working with Limonetik, Ukash will be made available as a payment option on larger e-commerce sites instantly:

  • without having to connect to multiple payment platforms (PSP)
  • without heavy integration with back office merchants.

Developed to protect personal identity and financial information when making online transactions, reducing the threat of credit and debit card fraud for consumers, Ukash has no age limit, so consumers of all ages can make the most of safe payment online.  This makes it a valuable alternative payment method for online retailers who want to reach the widest possible audience.

"Through Limonetik, our growth into the French market will be much quicker,” explained David Hunter, CEO of Ukash. “The service will be live on ecommerce sites in just a few weeks, rather than taking up to two years to get the same result if we had to connect ourselves to each website or payment platform. This invaluable acceleration will allow us to be adopted by users more quickly and will support our retail partners, demonstrating strong return on investment within much shorter timescales."

About Limonetik:

Limonetik has developed a technology that transforms the cash flows in standard credit card payments, the use of which is compatible with all payment gateways (psp buyer) existing in Europe and already accepted by all major e-tailers. One connection Limonetik enough for any means of payment is instantly "compatible" with all the signs of the web.
Limonetik also allows these payment enrich payment pages quickly and easily with marketing tools and loyalty: loyalty points, vouchers, promotions, additional payment with a credit card, etc.

In June 2011, Limonetik completed a fundraising of € 5.1 million from two funds (Newfund and Orkos Capital), a family holding company (Financière Norbert Dentressangle) and prestigious players in e-commerce, electronic banking or finance. Among the main customers Limonetik: PayPal, Sodexo, The Edenred gift card, CACF, BNPP, Accord, Groupon, Smartbox, etc.

Some examples in the TOP 100 e-commerce sites: Cdiscount.com, Voyages-sncf.com Priceminister.com, Belambra.com, mistergooddeal.com, pixmania.com and the Ogone payment platform.

Limonetik press contact:

Anaïs Durand - adurand@linkincom.fr - 06 61 38 78 43

About Ukash

Ukash is the Global e-Money Network and internationally recognised e-commerce cash payment method that enables consumers around the world to use cash to shop, pay and play online safely, securely and conveniently. This secure payment method was developed to protect personal identity and financial information when making online transactions, reducing the threat of credit and debit card fraud for consumers and repudiations and charge-backs for retailers. Ukash has no age limit, so consumers of all ages can make the most of safe payment online.

Ukash codes are purchased with cash in retail outlets such as shops, petrol stations and kiosks, and issued online from the company’s website. The unique 19 digit codes can then be used to pay directly on any of the thousands of websites that accept Ukash transactions worldwide, or loaded onto prepaid cards and e-wallets.

Established in 2001 under the holding company Smart Voucher Ltd, Ukash® has grown to more than 460,000 physical points of purchase, and is available in more than 50 countries around the world in 6 continents.

Ukash is regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). The maximum single value allowed is £200/€250 and the maximum amount that can be held by an individual customer is £1,000/€1,250 – equivalent values in other currencies apply to both sums.

Ukash press contacts:

HSL:  Wendy Harrison, Jenny Thorneywork or Clare Watson.  +44(0) 208 977 9132. ukashteam@harrisonsadler.com

Vietin Bank and Yalamanchili Unlock International e-Commerce in Vietnam

Virtual prepaid card enables global online purchases for first time in Vietnam

20 June, 2013, London – Vietin Bank has chosen global payments solutions provider, Yalamanchili to provide the payment processing software behind its recently launched prepaid card, which, for the first time, enables consumers and businesses in Vietnam to make secure online purchases from any website that accepts Visa.

The virtual ‘E-Fast On Visa Prepaid Card’ has been developed to meet a growing demand from within Vietnam for a simple, secure and convenient way to pay for goods and services online from around the world. Visa and MasterCard penetration in Vietnam is low, meaning that online purchases from international websites are rarely possible. The ‘E-Fast On Visa Prepaid Card’, a one-time-load virtual card that can be purchased from the Vietin Bank website, answers this need. Consumers purchase the virtual card online using their existing credit or debit card, load it with their desired amount and can then make secure purchases via international websites, up to the value of the card.

Vietin Bank has integrated Yalamanchili’s payment processing platform into its existing infrastructure, enabling it to create and manage the product. The Yalamanchili platform allows Vietin Bank to debit any bank account that is supported by OnePay, an online payments and financial transaction processor, which provides the payment gateway for upwards of 15 banks in Vietnam.  Vietin Bank’s virtual prepaid card is therefore available to a large percentage of the banking population in the country. Yalamanchili provides a next generation backend portal to Vietin Bank giving direct access to, and control over, product configuration down to individual card parameters in a controlled environment.

Ramkumar Sekar, President South East Asia & India Sub-Continent, at Yalamanchili, comments: “Prepaid is a key growth area for Asia with virtual and automated prepaid cards already helping businesses in the region with corporate travel and expenses management. We are proud that the Yalamanchili payment processing platform has enabled Vietin Bank to launch this virtual card which is opening up the world of e-commerce to both consumers and businesses in Vietnam.”

Yalamanchili’s payments processing solutions are in worldwide use across a wide range of sectors, including retail, banking, transit, corporate, telco, government and healthcare, bringing scalability, flexibility and support to emerging payments.

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For further media information, please contact Kirsty Pearson or Lucie Wild at iseepr: kirsty@iseepr.co.uk / lucie@iseepr.co.uk or on + 44 (0) 1943 468007

Notes to editors

About Yalamanchili

Yalamanchili (www.yalamanchili.co.uk) is a leading provider of next generation customised, flexible, scalable and innovative banking and payment technology solutions. Founded in India in 1998, the company has expanded its services and now offers solutions for more than 100 clients around the world.

Focused in the retail banking area, Yalamanchili’s solutions enhance prepaid, debit, credit and commercial card issuing, acquiring, transaction processing and customer service delivery, via a fully-outsourced white-labelled service or a licensed software solution.

Yalamanchili has a world-class, parameter-driven issuing, acquiring and switching solution, which allows its clients to differentiate themselves from their competitors by reducing time to market for card payment products and addressing the growing demand for greater customer-centricity in the retail payments world.

Grass Roots: pure app now live – Prepaid Cardholder Services

pure app now live – Prepaid Cardholder Services

15th February 2013. The Card Services arm at performance improvement company Grass Roots has released a new app and mobile website for their pure prepaid debit card product. This app allows cardholders to access their account quickly and securely whilst on the go, using their smartphone.

pure is a prepaid debit card used by corporates to reward or incentivise their employees, channel partners or customers as part of an employee benefit, staff motivation, reward or incentive programme.  pure can be used at over 60 handpicked retailer chains from which cardholders earn rebates.   The pure app, currently Apple and Android compatible, enables the cardholder to view their balance, check their transactions, top-up their funds securely and find out at which retailers they can use their card. Free to download, the app can be found by searching for ‘Prepaid Cardholder Services’.

Julie White, Executive Board Member at Grass Roots commented: “With over 11 million smart phone users in the UK, the addition of the mobile app for pure card services makes this a truly versatile product, giving cardholders the freedom that is required in today’s mobile world.”

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For more information on pure: www.grassroots.uk.com

GRASS ROOTS IN THE UK

  • Business services:  Card Services, Digital Marketing, Learning, Measurement, Loyalty, Reward, Recognition & Incentives, Events, Consumer Promotions.
  • Part of Grass Roots Group PLC, with offices in 15 countries.
  • Over 1000 clients. Over 700 employees.
  • Grass Roots UK listed in the 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2012 Sunday Times list of Best 100 companies to work for.
  • For further information visit www.grassroots.uk.com

Or contact:

Julie White at Grass Roots

TEL: 01442 829400, EMAIL: julie.white@grg.com

Yalamanchili Powers Payroll Card Service Provider OnePay’s Prepaid Visa Card

7 March 2013, London – Global payments solutions provider, Yalamanchili, today announces that its first European customer has gone live in the UK. Following its launch into Europe in 2012 and subsequent certification by Visa Europe, Yalamanchili has been selected by payroll card service provider, OnePay, to provide the payment processing capability behind its newly launched OnePay Prepaid Visa Card.

Asian-born Yalamanchili entered the European payments market in 2012, disrupting the market with a radical new approach to the delivery of card payment processing solutions. Its payment processing platform empowers retail banks, card programme managers and their clients with the tools and services needed to independently create and manage their own card products, reducing both costs and lead time to market.

UK-based OnePay specialises in the provision of payroll card solutions for employers and recruitment agencies. It provides a secure, simple and swift way for agencies and employers to pay their unbanked workers. OnePay has integrated Yalamanchili’s payment processing platform into its existing infrastructure, enabling it to pay salaries to registered cardholders.

Yalamanchili’s hosted platform has provided OnePay with additional functionality and flexibility when managing prepaid payments for its customers. In addition to delivering the payment processing platform, Yalamanchili has developed an online e-account facility for OnePay, which enables cardholders to benefit from services more commonly associated with a traditional bank account, such as checking account balances, retrieving statements, investigating transactions and locking cards. Yalamanchili has also provided an online facility for agents to manage both the load process on to the cards and background workflow automation, which saves time and lowers risk.

“We attracted a lot of attention when we moved into Europe in 2012, and we are delighted to see our first customer in the region go live.” comments Chris Ellis, President – Europe, Yalamanchili. “OnePay’s prepaid Visa solution perfectly illustrates what can be achieved when an organisation is empowered by our technology; it is freed to design a solution around the specific needs of cardholders, unrestrained by systems capabilities. OnePay has exciting plans for the continued advancement of its solution and we look forward to working with OnePay to enable it to bring enhanced products to market. This is the first in a series of announcements Yalamanchili will be making in the first half of 2013 as our first tranche of customers complete their final testing and launch their products into the market.”

Lee Hartley, Managing Director at OnePay, adds: “We needed a partner that not only met our processing needs, but also armed us with the capability to launch new products quickly and easily. Yalamanchili has given us just that, as well as the power to manage the refinement and extension of our product’s functionality in accordance with the changing needs of our cardholders.”

Raphaels Bank is the issuing bank sponsor behind OnePay’s Visa prepaid card. Andrew Downes, General Manager Cards at the Bank, adds: “Raphaels is delighted to be working with Yalamanchili and we are pleased to have supported the launch of such an innovative and effective prepaid card. Raphaels specialises in offering opportunities to companies that wish to launch prepaid card programmes in the UK and Europe and we look forward to further developing our relationship with Yalamanchili as it continues to grow in Europe.”

Yalamanchili provides a next generation backend portal to OnePay giving direct access to, and control over, product configuration down to individual card parameters in a controlled environment. This presents enhanced empowerment and offers unrivalled flexibility to Yalamanchili’s clients, allowing them to recognise and act upon trends in cardholder demand on the fly.

Yalamanchili’s payments processing solutions are in worldwide use across a wide range of sectors, including retail, banking, transit, corporate, telco, government and healthcare, bringing scalability, flexibility and support to emerging payments.

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For further media information, please contact Paul Rogers or Kirsty Pearson at iseepr: paul@iseepr.co.uk / kirsty@iseepr.co.uk or on + 44 (0) 1943 468007

Notes to editors

About Yalamanchili

Yalamanchili (www.yalamanchili.co.uk) is a leading provider of next generation customised, flexible, scalable and innovative banking and payment technology solutions. Founded in India in 1998, the company has expanded its services and now offers solutions for more than 100 clients around the world.

Focused in the retail banking area, Yalamanchili’s solutions enhance prepaid, debit, credit and commercial card issuing, acquiring, transaction processing and customer service delivery, via a fully-outsourced white-labelled service or a licensed software solution.

Yalamanchili has a world-class, parameter-driven issuing, acquiring and switching solution, which allows its clients to differentiate themselves from their competitors by reducing time to market for card payment products and addressing the growing demand for greater customer-centricity in the retail payments world.

PIF Continues International Expansion with Launch of New Chapter for the Middle East

Inaugural Meeting to take place in Dubai on 18 February 2013

London, 04 February 2013 – International not-for-profit trade association Prepaid International Forum (PIF) has announced plans to expand its international presence with the launch of a regional Chapter for the Middle East.

Executives from PIF’s regional Chapter Patron, TSYS, have been working with the association’s central body to coordinate the Chapter launch. A pre-selected number of organisations have been invited to attend the inaugural meeting in February to consider the opportunities and challenges for prepaid in the Middle East and the role of PIF in helping to shape and drive the development of prepaid solutions across the region. Participating organisations will be given an opportunity to consider their own involvement in the Chapter as a founding member.

The Middle East is a key market for prepaid with segments including mobile, payroll cards and general purpose cards poised for significant growth. The potential for prepaid continues to gather pace and the opportunity across different customer segments is vast. Among them is the opportunity for prepaid to be used as an alternative low-cost solution for servicing the region’s large expatriate community in place of traditional banking services. The rapidly emerging affluent segment is another key target for the expansion of innovative prepaid solutions.

"As an award-winning Prepaid Industry Partner in the Middle East Market, we are pleased to extend our support as Patron of the PIF Middle East chapter. We are committed to the development of prepaid and promoting the benefits it can bring to people’s lives as an alternative payment tool”, said Jaffar Agha-Jaffar, Managing Director of the Middle East, Africa and Pakistan, TSYS.

As in other markets, consumer and stakeholder awareness of prepaid as an alternative payment solution is fundamental to driving acceptance and adoption. A key role of PIF is to interact with government agencies, regulators, consumer bodies and the media to promote understanding of prepaid products and how they are used. It is anticipated that PIF Middle East will draw on the work of the central forum enabling members to take away valuable insights, best practices and business models for revenue-generating value propositions.

PIF Chairman Robert Courtneidge welcomed the launch of PIF Middle East. He said “The launch of PIF Middle East represents another important stage in PIF’s development. PIF has already proven the benefits of working together to share knowledge and experience and we look forward to collaborating with our colleagues in the Middle East to provide the desired impetus for market development”.

Representing the central forum at the Inaugural Meeting will be Robert Courtneidge, Chairman and Co-Founder of PIF and Global Head of Cards & Payments at Locke Lord LLP and Peter Sidenius, Director, Edgar, Dunn & Company and a member of the PIF Board of Directors.

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For more information please contact: diane.brocklebank@prepaidforum.org  T: + 44 (0) 7736 971986

Notes to Editors:

About PIF

Prepaid International Forum (PIF) is a not-for-profit trade association established in 2007 to represent the interests of all parties participating in the prepaid economy on a commercial basis.

PIF is dedicated to the progression of prepaid commerce around the world and acts as a principal point of liaison between the prepaid economy and government agencies, regulators, consumer bodies and the media. It is focused on the entire prepaid world and facilitates the development of cross-industry guidelines and codes of practice.

In all of its activities PIF aims to:

  • Provide an informed and unified voice for the cross-industry prepaid sector to speak to national and international government bodies, regulators, consumer bodies and the media;
  • Act as a catalyst for the creation of industry guidelines and codes of practice, and
  • Provide research and thought-leadership to participants in the prepaid economy

www.prepaidforum.org

About TSYS

At TSYS, (NYSE: TSS), we believe payments should revolve around people — not the other way around. We call this belief "People-Centered PaymentsSM." By putting people at the center of every decision we make, with unmatched customer service and industry insight, TSYS is able to support financial institutions, businesses and governments in more than 80 countries. Offering merchant payment-acceptance solutions as well as services in credit, debit, prepaid, mobile, chip, healthcare and more, we make it possible for those in the global marketplace to conduct safe and secure electronic transactions with trust and convenience.

TSYS’ headquarters are located in Columbus, Georgia, with local offices spread across the Americas, EMEA and Asia-Pacific. TSYS provides services to more than half of the top 20 international banks, is a Fortune 1000 company and was named one of the 2012 World's Most Ethical Companies by Ethisphere magazine. For more information, please visit us at www.tsys.com.

In 2012, TSYS was awarded the prestigious Industry Partner of the Year Award at The VRL Middle East Prepaid Awards in Dubai.

 

Yalamanchili Powers Saral Money, India’s National Public and Private Sector Prepaid Banking Service for the Financially Excluded

23 January 2013. Yalamanchili’s payments platform underpins financial services provision for tens of millions

23 January 2013, Chennai, India – Global payments solutions provider, Yalamanchili, today announces that its next generation payments platform is underpinning  Saral Money, India’s  recently announced national electronic payment service created by five of the country’s major banks, Visa and the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI).

Saral Money has been developed in order to promote financial inclusion in India, by providing tens of millions of financially excluded individuals with a simplified way to receive government disbursements, send money, make purchases at point of sale terminals and transact at existing ATMs and selected micro ATMs.

Saral Money is a Visa Instant Account which will dramatically simplify the issuer’s know your customer process. This includes biometric cardholder authentication linking directly to the individual’s UIDAI-issued identification number, known as an Aadhaar, in order to fulfil the necessary assessment criteria.

The Yalamanchili next generation payments platform processes all transactions made via Saral Money accounts for Axis Bank, Indian Overseas Bank, ITZ Cash (HDFC Bank) and State Bank of India and provides an appropriately coordinated infrastructure to support the initiative.

“Thanks to the versatility of the underlying technologies, this initiative has been able to cut through the historical red tape and open up the banking system to millions of citizens across the country,” comments Ramakrishna Yalamanchili, Founder and CEO, Yalamanchili. “We are proud to provide a flexible and robust next generation payments platform, which is able to support government disbursements on a massive scale.”

Saral Money is the first national investment in developing a financial inclusion and payment ecosystem for India. The pioneering joint initiative combines Visa’s advanced network technology, the government’s reach and the banks’ extensive facilities to drive the Indian Government’s vision of empowering millions of Indians with a financial identity.

This unique payment solution initially targets specific regions and will support cash transfers for subsidies, scholarships and other government disbursements. The benefits to the consumer come from the ability to receive payments direct to Saral Money and use it to withdraw or remit those funds to family members. For the government, the system helps improve transparency and efficiency while driving the country’s electronic payment and financial inclusion agenda.

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For further media information, please contact Paul Rogers or Kirsty Pearson at iseepr: paul@iseepr.co.uk / kirsty@iseepr.co.uk or on + 44 (0) 1943 468007

Notes to editors

About Yalamanchili

Yalamanchili (www.yalamanchili.co.uk) is a leading provider of next generation customised, flexible, scalable and innovative banking and payment technology solutions. Founded inIndia in 1998, the company has expanded its services and now offers solutions for more than 100 clients around the world.

Focused in the retail banking area, Yalamanchili’s solutions enhance prepaid, debit, credit and commercial card issuing, acquiring, transaction processing and customer service delivery, via a fully-outsourced white-labelled service or a licensed software solution.

Yalamanchili has a world-class, parameter-driven issuing, acquiring and switching solution, which allows its clients to differentiate themselves from their competitors by reducing time to market for card payment products and addressing the growing demand for greater customer-centricity in the retail payments world.

PIF Publishes White Paper to Foster Understanding of Simplified Due Diligence (SDD) in Prepaid

23 November 2012. International trade association Prepaid International Forum (PIF) today announced that it has published a White Paper in response to concerns that certain types of prepaid products are facilitating financial crime and the purchase of age-restricted goods by minors. The paper, entitled ‘Simplified Due Diligence in Prepaid’, forms part of PIF’s drive to promote understanding, of prepaid products and how they operate, to regulators, consumer bodies and the media.

Produced in partnership with Neopay, the White Paper sets out to address the general misconception that prepaid products are increasing the risk of criminal activity in the financial services sector and enabling access to age-restricted and illegal goods by minors through the provision of anonymous products.

In a manner aimed at improving awareness of prepaid products and services the paper considers the meaning of anonymity in prepaid and the circumstances under which the legal requirement to conduct full customer due diligence can be removed. It provides examples and benefits of Simplified Due Diligence (SDD) and other regulatory exempt prepaid products but also considers the risk factors associated with these products. The paper outlines the controls that are used to manage the potential risks, the limits and restrictions in place and the regulatory structure that exists.

“When SDD is applied to prepaid products and services correctly, and with the appropriate controls in place, these products can provide significant benefits to consumers”, said Robert Courtneidge, Chairman of PIF. “SDD allows issuers of prepaid products to meet market need and demand and provide consumers with a range of secure payment options.   The concerns raised are taken very seriously by the industry which is striving for a balance – to provide a commercially viable service that provides consumers with choice and convenience and a system of rigorous checks that prevents misuse”.

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For further information please contact Diane Brocklebank at E: diane.brocklebank@prepaidforum.org or T: +44 (0) 77369 71986

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Notes to Editors:

About PIF

Prepaid International Forum (PIF) is a not-for-profit trade association established in 2007 to represent the interests of all parties participating in the prepaid economy on a commercial basis.

PIF is dedicated to the progression of prepaid commerce around the world and acts as a principal point of liaison between the prepaid economy and government agencies, regulators, consumer bodies and the media. It is focused on the entire prepaid world and facilitates the development of cross-industry guidelines and codes of practice.

In all of its activities PIF aims to:

  • Provide an informed and unified voice for the cross-industry prepaid sector to speak to national and international government bodies, regulators, consumer bodies and the media;
  • Act as a catalyst for the creation of industry guidelines and codes of practice, and
  • Provide research and thought-leadership to participants in the prepaid economy

www.prepaidforum.org

About Neopay

Neopay is the market leader in delivering integrated compliance solutions to Electronic Money and Payment Institutions.

Neopay provide a full suite of regulatory compliance services; working with organisations to develop their compliance frameworks, ensuring successful authorisation processes, and providing maintenance of compliance structures.

Our approach is different. Your compliance framework needs to stem from your business, your operations and your priorities and risks. We partner with you, sharing our knowledge and expertise, to help you to develop comfortable solutions that offer best practice to your business.

www.neopay.co.uk