PayComm - The Knowledge Library of the Payment Industry

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Welcome to PayComm!


For over 16 years now, parties interested in the payment methods used on the European payment market have been turning to PayComm for data, information and training materials in this regard; we fulfil this demand in the form of an extensive, continually growing knowledge library.

Our knowledge library contains relevant information on payment methods, card issuance, card acceptance, payment technologies, payment security, and industry regulation, as well as market data relating to the German and all of Europe’s principal markets.

With the entire library being maintained in two languages, not only staff in German-speaking regions benefit from it, but also those working for organisations with English as their corporate language. Besides the library’s ergonomic, theme-based structure, a free-text search function further accelerates and simplifies the task of locating the topics of interest.

The platform meanwhile hosts around 800 chapters in German and English, comprising over 10,000 individual documents in total. The vast majority of those documents has been quality assured by an autonomous Advisory Board. This makes PayComm Europe’s largest professional platform for payment-related information.

PayComm also has qualified technical editors who compile country reports and extensive training materials on payment topics, exclusively available to members and users. These documents are prepared without competitive bias and advertising, and are distributed intentionally in PowerPoint (PPT) format to let PayComm members and users employ them directly at their organisations. Members can thus embed entire PayComm training documents, or excerpts from them, in their company-internal (further) training measures.

Our member meetings and internal events offer a venue for members to exchange expertise and to strengthen and grow their own industry networks.

PayComm e.V. was formed on 19. February 2003 and currently has 45 member companies with over 2,100 users in 17 countries across Europe.


 

Following you find a list of information which has recently been put into the database. This information is for members only.


 

WHAT'S NEW?

10/09/2020
EBA calls on the EU Commission to establish a single rulebook on fighting money laundering and terrorist financing

10/09/2020
Payments in a digital world - A speech held by Christine Lagarde, President of the ECB at the Deutsche Bundesbank online conference on banking and payments in the digital world

01/09/2020
Fiserv: “Alexa, Pay for Gas” Goes Live Nationwide

25/08/2020
Netcetera and Mastercard launch 3DS testing platform for retailers

17/08/2020
EBA updates its work programme for 2020 in light of the COVID-19 pandemic

12/08/2020
ACI - eCommerce Transactions Remain High During Pandemic

06/08/2020
US Retail: Coronavirus leads to more use of contactless credit cards and mobile payments despite cost and security concerns

03/08/2020
EDPIA welcomes SIA as a new member

29/07/2020
Contactless payment is establishing itself as a new standard in the DACH region – New evaluation of Concardis merchant transactions

29/07/2020
The EBA calls on financial institutions to finalise preparations for the end of the transitional arrangements between the EU and UK

28/07/2020
P20 – best practice steps for payments industry in a post-Covid-19 world

24/07/2020
Digital identity and trust: Commission launches public consultation on the eIDAS Regulation

16/07/2020
EUCJ declares EU-US Privacy Shield illegal - Commission wants legitimate alternatives for the transfer of EU data to the US

14/07/2020
Brexit from 1 January 2021 onwards: get ready for the end of the transition period (EPC)

08/07/2020
Transaction Monitoring Netherlands: a unique step in the fight against money laundering and the financing of terrorism

08/07/2020
American Express, Discover, Mastercard and Visa to Power Global Expansion of Simple, Consistent Digital Checkout Experience

02/07/2020
SCT Inst transaction limit increased to 100,000 euros