Digital Payments France: Understanding the challenges, opportunities and key players in France's digital payments market.
France, the second-largest economy of the eurozone, is going through a slow but transformative digitalisation, both in terms of innovation and adoption, of its consumer and retail payments industry. Growth in e-commerce and technology has facilitated and encouraged the development of a growing digital payments space. Retail banks played a part in developing and pioneering digital and mobile based solutions like Hello Bank (by BNP Paribas) and Boursorama Bank (by Société Générale). As a result, leading retail banks are actively involved as well as competing successfully against disruptors. At the same time French payment service providers (PSPs) with a global footing — such as Ingenico and Wordline — have also contributed to the digital payments ecosystem, bringing a global expertise to local payment solutions as well as the technology involved in secure digital payments.
Digital Payments France — the fourth report in Lafferty's Digital Payments Research Service series — shines a light on culture and regulation, digital readiness, and market players and landscape, to help payments professionals to understand France's payments market.
Regulations and payments infrastructure: including an overview of the key regulatory bodies and their responsibilities, potential solutions and disruptions arising from PSD2; plus an explanation of CORE (for COmpensation REtail), RTS2-Banque de France (RTGS), SEPA Instant Credit Transfer, and TARGET Instant Payment Settlement (TIPS).
Payments landscape, including:
Digital Payments France is essential reading for senior decision-makers in retail banks, payments providers and fin-techs seeking to understand France'ss digital payments industry.
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