JPMorgan Chase & Co said on Tuesday it had joined France's leading payments network Cartes Bancaires (CB), becoming the first U.S. bank to do so as it seeks to offer cheaper card payment costs to its clients in the country. JPMorgan's merchant customers, which include some of the largest U.S. firms, will be able to process their payment via the CB's network by the end of 2024, JPMorgan added, offering a domestic alternative to rival services provided by Visa and Mastercard.
Mastercard (MA) ties up with Loop to launch innovative payment solutions for enabling hassle-free payments for consumers, merchants and fintechs of the Kingdom.
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