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Pandemic-induced lockdowns, combined with a rapid shift to online spending, has disrupted the Canadian payments ecosystem in a way that will significantly accelerate digital payments.
Total Finance Feature: ‘Canada’s Prepaid Payments Industry Growing, Attracting Innovation Among Homegrown And Global FinTechs’
By Jennifer Tramontana — Executive Director, CPPO This article first appeared in the July 2021 Edition of Total Finance and online. The COVID-19 pandemic has
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Welcome to Payments Futures, a digital thought leadership hub with original content that focuses on ways in which innovation and technology are transforming payments and digital banking in Canada. This newsroom will feature opinion pieces from industry voices and news coverage from across the Canadian payments, banking and prepaid ecosystem.
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