Visa, FIFA team up; Canucks craft tech for open banking.

January 31, 2024
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TLDR: Visa has extended its marketing agreement with the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) through 2026, making it the official payment technology partner for the next FIFA World Cup and other events. Visa cardholders will receive exclusive access and benefits at FIFA tournaments and stores. In Canada, Central 1 and Flinks are teaming up to offer open banking for credit unions, as the Canadian government pushes legislation to govern open banking. Elsewhere, Amazon has partnered with buy now/pay later lender Kueski to offer financing options in Mexico, while payment technology company Ingenico has partnered with Cybersource to make it easier for merchants to upgrade to new in-store technology. Finally, Revolut has launched Mobile Wallets to provide an easier and more convenient way to send money internationally.

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