Entries by Stephen Kiely

Paymentology customer, Tweeq, among first fintechs in Saudi Arabia to receive license from Saudi Central Bank

Paymentology, the world’s first truly global issuer-processor, is today proud to announce its support of customer Tweeq, a leading Saudi Fintech, on being among the first in the Kingdom to achieve an e-money license from The Saudi Central Bank (SAMA). With its official SAMA license, Tweeq will soon launch its mobile-first super-app which boasts an […]

ABA Statement on FDIC’s Quarterly Banking Profile

Washington, DC – “The FDIC’s latest Quarterly Banking Profile for the third quarter shows that the banking sector remains strong even as banks of all sizes exercise appropriate caution during a period of economic uncertainty. Broad-based loan growth and higher net interest income spurred by the Federal Reserve’s rate increases combined to boost bank revenue […]

StepChange appoints Charlotte Chambers as Chief Technology & Information Officer

StepChange is delighted to announce the appointment of Charlotte Chambers to head up the charity’s vital ongoing technology investment and transformation programme. Charlotte is currently leading on one of the largest eCommerce technology transformation programmes in Europe at Asda. She joins the charity at a time when the drive for efficiencies across the debt advice […]

Phoebus Software partners with Jade ThirdEye for AML solutions

Phoebus Software Limited (PSL) has added Jade ThirdEye to its strategic partner programme to offer its clients an anti-money laundering (AML) and financial crime solution. Jade ThirdEye is a secure Software as a Service (SaaS) cloud-based system which provides automated transaction monitoring for AML and counter-terrorist financing. PSL’s clients can use Jade ThirdEye to customise […]

Money means more than health and family to over-50s

Having enough money is more important to the majority of the UK’s over-50s than their health or spending time with their families, a new survey has revealed. More than half (56 per cent) of more than 2,000 50-90 year-old Britons chose financial stability and maintaining their standard of living as the most important priority in […]