Global Processing Services (GPS) strengthens its advisory and leadership team for its next phase of growth

  • GPS recently received investment of £44 million from private equity firm Dunedin to support the company’s next phase of the growth
  • To support its expansion GPS announces several strategic appointments

September 2018, LONDON: Global Processing Services (GPS) today announces strategic appointments to further support its next phase of growth and expansion plans.…

Global Processing Services Appoints Kevin McAdam as Vice President of Card Services and Global Strategy

01 October 2018: Global Processing Services (GPS), the issuer processor enabling next-generation payment technology for banks, non-banks and Fintechs, today announced the appointment of Kevin McAdam as VP Card Services and Global Strategy. Kevin brings to the team more than 20 years’ experience in strategy, marketing, product development and regulation across Payment Solutions, Prepaid and Financial Services.…

NBPCA Blog: Collaboration and Innovation with our Partners Across the Pond

Brian Tate, President & CEO, Network Branded Prepaid Card Association (NBPCA): Last week I was very fortunate to attend the Prepaid International Forum (PIF) in the United Kingdom. I was invited by Craig James, PIFs Chairman, and his colleague Diane Brocklebank, PIF’s Commercial Director.…

PIF in the News: Appetite for Innovation is Driving ‘Brexit-Proof’ Boom in Fintech

Finance Monthly: The UK’s passion for innovation means it is now seen as a global leader in the development of financial services that are powered by prepaid technology, according to data released by Prepaid International Forum (PIF).

PIF, the not-for-profit trade body representing the prepaid sector, reports that the percentage of UK adults using tech-based financial services has risen to 42% (up from 14% in 2015).…

Paysafe: How the growth of challenger banks has refocused consumer appetite for prepaid cards

Sara Rita, VP, Paysafe Issuing Europe

One of the greatest shifts in financial services in the past five years has been the emergence of challenger banks. These new competitors to high street incumbents have gained traction in the market through offering the first legitimate alternative to high street financial services for decades, if not longer, and appear to be here to stay.…

PIF announces agenda for its twelfth AGM

The future for the high-growth prepaid and fintech sectors takes centre stage on 19-20 September 2018

PIF, the not-for-profit industry body representing the prepaid sector, has released details of its twelfth annual AGM & Summit. The event will be held at Lainston House in Winchester on 19-20 September.…

PIF in the News: UK’s Appetite For Innovation Is Driving A ‘Brexit-Proof’ Boom In Fintech And Prepaid Sectors

Global Banking & Finance Review: The UK’s passion for innovation means it is now seen as a global leader in the development of financial services that are powered by prepaid technology, according to data released by Prepaid International Forum (PIF).…

PIF: UK’s appetite for innovation is driving a “Brexit-Proof” boom in fintech and prepaid

The UK’s passion for innovation means it is now seen as a global leader in the development of financial services that are powered by prepaid technology, according to data released by Prepaid International Forum (PIF).

PIF, the not-for-profit trade body representing the prepaid sector, reports that the percentage of UK adults using tech-based financial services has risen to 42% (up from 14% in 2015). …

FCA announces creation of new Global Financial Innovation Network

07 August 2018: The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has today announced the creation of the Global Financial Innovation Network (GFIN), in collaboration with 11 regulators and related organisations. It builds on the FCA's proposal earlier this year to create a 'global sandbox'.…

Global Processing Services joins the Women in Finance Charter

July 2018, London: A further 68 companies have signed up to HM Treasury's Women in Finance Charter, including Global Processing Services, J.P. Morgan, Bupa, Admiral Group, Equifax and Investec Asset Management taking the total number of signatories to 273. This means that the Charter now covers 760,000 financial services employees in the UK.…