McKinsey on Payments 30

McKinsey on Payments 31

Covering trends and opportunities in the world of payments.

US digital payments: Achieving the next phase of consumer engagement

– McKinsey’s survey of US consumers confirms deeper digital engagement, but some new concerns about trust.

The future of payments is frictionless—now more than ever

– Amrita Ahuja, the CFO of Square, explains how the company’s payment platform and services have helped small enterprises stay afloat during the COVID-19 crisis.

Reimagining transaction banking with B2B APIs

– APIs can help global transaction banks move closer in the value chain to their clients amid rising competition.

Building a successful payments system

A look at what it takes to create a retail payments offering with staying power.

A strategy for a new normal in European payments: An interview with Worldline CEO Gilles Grapinet

– Earlier this year the McKinsey on Payments team met with the CEO of Worldline, to discuss the future of the payments-processing industry in the time of COVID-19.

Banking utilities: Succeeding amidst acceleration

– The potential of banking utilities goes far beyond cost reduction: pooling resources, expertise, and capabilities to support the development of banks’ offering to clients.

European consumer finance: Moving to a “next normal”

– For providers of consumer finance, there are crucial near-term moves and those that respond to likely longer-term shifts in customer behavior. Both are equally important.

How the COVID-19 crisis may affect electronic payments in Africa

– Beyond securing the health and safety of Africa’s people, governments and their partners must find a way back to growth and restore businesses and incomes. Africa’s payments industry has a key role.