Latest global banking news, November 23, 2022 | PaymentsSource – American Banker

In global news this week, WeChat Pay enables instant payments outside China, Mastercard takes a minority stake in Societe Generale subsidiary Treezor, Sella Group tests a fingerprint payment card in Italy, and more.
Here’s what’s happening around the world.
Entrepreneurs often call fees a drawback of their current financial institution, according to research from Arizent. Banks should focus on developing long-term relationships with these customers, rather than charging for every service, experts say.
As the central bank considers publishing a list of account holders and applicants, parties on both sides of the industry would like it to go even further.
Daylight, which launched less than two years ago, is building a subscription service that helps LGBTQ customers overcome the complexities of starting a family.
After a judge dismissed a lawsuit brought under the anti-predatory-lending law, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Federal Trade Commission are urging an appeals court to reverse the ruling. They argue that lenders have little incentive to comply with the 2006 law if the threat of being sued gets diminished.
By one estimate, fraud increases 25% between Thanksgiving and Cyber Monday. Banks and credit unions are reaching out to help customers avoid the scams.
M&T lends a hand in the Keystone State, fintech-bank deal is delayed and more in banking news this week.
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