Our employees' opinions and positions on emerging technologies and current topics in the payments industry.

Card Business in Croatia is growing

Card business is growing in Croatia. At the end of June 2015 there were 8,7 million cards in circulation. Compared to the same period in 2014 this amounted to a 1.8 percent growth. The number of ATMs was also on the rise with a 3.6 percent growth, and the same could be said for EFTPOS terminals, which recorded a 3.2 percent growth.

Travel and Holidays Tips for Mobile Banking Users

Shopping during the holidays always comes with a pinch of worry and a lot of questions: what do to with the money, how to carry a lot of cash around, how to use a credit card more securely?

Learn How to Protect Yourself from Fraud

Millions of people fall victim to fraud every year, especially the elderly. Financial fraud is tricky to discover and track. Bear in mind that the best defense against all kinds of fraud is knowledge.

Fraud in the Payment Industry

Fraud attacks targeting financial institutions are at an all-time high. Total global payment-card fraud losses amounted to $14 billion in 2013, up 19% from the prior year, with the United States accounting for 51% of it.

Visa CEE Client Forum: The Future of Payments

One of the most important topics of the forum was enhancing security through innovation. Another topic of discussion were trends in retail banking for the next 5 years.

The Future of Mobile Payments is Now

During past years, Technobank has established itself as one of the most important financial events in Southeast Europe.

CEESCA: Keeping up with the Trends

The Central Eastern European Smart Card Association Conference (CEESCA), held on March 9th in Zagreb, is a membership-based association meeting for Central Eastern Europe.

2015: A "tipping point" year for mobile payments

This year three most talked about technologies at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona were wearables, Internet of Things, and mobile payment solutions that are conquering the world.

HCE: A Game Changing Innovation in NFC-based Payments

Host Card Emulation is a revolutionary novelty of the Android operating system. It enables card data to be stored remotely, instead of within a device. This change is an important one, because it makes NFC payments secure and flexible.

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