• Next wave of card fraud prevention solutions needed

    Two separate studies into card fraud, published in recent weeks, highlight the same problem: Following several years of decline, card fraud levels are once again on the increase. The European Central …
  • The increasingly complex TAU market

    The global base of teller assist units grew by 3.8 percent between 2010 and 2012, according to new research from RBR. This relatively modest growth rate is lower than the previous two-year period, …
  • Why deposit automation is key to digital payments

    The future of cash, ATMs and electronic payments are inextricably intertwined. The relationships are not straightforward, which makes it difficult to predict how the payments industry will evolve. …
  • The global ATM market is growing, but what do the numbers mean?

    At face value, RBR's latest research on the global ATM market shows an industry in remarkably good health. The number of ATMs worldwide increased by 7.6 percent to 2.4 million last year, led by …
  • Fragmentation of ATM fraud reflects impact of counter-initiatives

    Regular attendees at the annual ATM Security conference, organized by RBR and ATMIA, will be aware that card skimming often dominates discussion — this is not that surprising because skimming …
  • Cash protection technologies: Do they deliver?

    I have taken the title for this blog from a panel discussion held at the recent European Security Transport Association (ESTA) conference in Bratislava. It is a controversial question which is …
  • ATM outsourcing’s enduring mystery

    Outsourcing in banking is not new — the past decade has seen widespread use of outsourcing in areas from call centers to back office IT — and yet when it comes to ATMs, outsourcing is …
  • Is closed loop the future of biometrics in banking?

    Two years ago I asked the question, "When will biometrics break into the big time?" In the intervening period there has been no progress toward global or even national standards for biometrics in …
  • How not to phase out checks

    People living in the majority of countries that do not use, or make limited use of, paper checks will be mildly amused if they have been following the controversy in the UK around this archaic …
  • Will Canada spur others to adopt polymer banknotes?

    This is not the first blog relating to Canada's move to polymer notes, but I thought you might be interested in Banking Automation Bulletin's take on the issue. Canada's announcement that it will be …
  • ATM growth slows in the European Union

    Deployment of ATMs slowed in the European Union last year compared with the year before, but non-cash payments increased, according to statistics released by the European Central Bank.The number of …
  • Turkish Market Soars According to Latest Payment Cards Research

    The number of payment cards in western Europe has increased by 12.5% to 721 million over the last two years. There are now almost two payment cards per adult across the region. While the UK remains …
  • Western Europe’s ATM market continues to grow

    LONDON — According to new research from Retail Banking Research Ltd., 2006 was another growth year for ATM deployments in Western Europe. During 2006, more than 14,000 new ATMs were installed in …
  • New Study Highlights Rapidly Expanding ATM Markets in CEE and ME&A

    The number of ATMs worldwide has passed 1.5 million and is forecast to reach two million by 2011. The emerging markets of CEE and ME&A plus continued growth in Asia-Pacific will drive this growth.
  • European Off-Site ATM Market More Than Doubles in 5 Years

    Off-site ATMs are driving growth in cash-dispensing ATMs in Europe. During 2006, the sector grew by 11%, reaching a total of 148,175 off-site installations.
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