Frank Elderson, Executive Director of the Netherlands Bank, gave a speech on innovations in payments, including contactless paying, on October 7, 2014. 
Christian Noyer, Governor of the Bank of France and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Bank for International Settlements, gave a speech during October 2014 on retail payments and security...
Glenn Stevens, the Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia, gave a speech on October 23, 2014, on the issues facing Australia's payments systems.  
Benoît Cœuré, member of the executive board of the ECB gave a speech during October 2014 on retail payments and the new security challenges faced by these.   
Jon Nicolaisen, the Deputy Governor of Norway's Central Bank, Norges Bank, gave a speech at a payments conference on November 12, 2014 addressing the challenges payments systems face.  
Indonesia's deputy governor, Ronald Waas, gave a speech on the coordination between Indonesian authorities addressing money changers and guidelines from a legal, national and economic point of view.  
During June 2014, Deputy Governor Lawrence Schembri, gave a speech in which he called for a collaborative approach to achieve a payments framework which is innovative, safe and efficient. 
On October 20, 2014, the EBA released a consultation paper on "the implementation of draft EBA Guidelines on the security of internet payments prior to the transposition of the revised Payment...
US financial services giant Visa will open its payment network for the first time in 50 years as it seeks to boost security standards in a bid to keep pace with strides made by Apple Pay.
Patchwork state-by-state regulation of e-money in the US is killing innovation and stifling growth of European companies hoping to enter the market, a top payment executive has said.
WorldPay has vowed to continue working with US law enforcement agencies after a ringleader of “one of the most sophisticated payment frauds in history” was sentenced to 11 years in jail.
Two major European finance regulators have announced a tie-up to boost security around retail payments, despite experts warning that increasingly detailed red tape is confusing businesses.
US President Barack Obama has signed an executive order to speed up implementation of new American payment card security system; however, industry experts are sceptical it will prove effective.
A banking security expert has said tighter regulation of online payments is long overdue and that gaping flaws exist in the financial systems of various global jurisdictions.
Payments experts have warned that ATM fraud will continue until Chip and PIN security is globally mandatory, after a major international racket using 3D printers to clone bank cards was smashed.
South Korea has eased strict regulations on mandatory online payment security software, as part of an ongoing effort to slash financial red tape and continue its growing e-commerce development.

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