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Companies’ digital payment expectations are rising fast: Commerzbank’s Ingrid Weisskopf cited in bobsguide

Digitalisation of the payments landscape is increasing at such a pace that some argue a “cashless society” is on the horizon. Ingrid Weisskopf, Head of Cash Products and Advisory FI at Commerzbank, explains to bobsguide – a leading financial technology magazine – that it is companies who are demanding, and therefore stimulating, greater digitalisation efforts from …

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CMSpi in Retail Week on the impact of switching to polymer banknotes

CMSpi estimates that the cost of handling cash for retailers will jump 50% within the next five years, with a combination of factors – including growing interest rates, the living wage and the migration to polymer banknotes – set to impact businesses. CMSpi’s CEO Brendan Doyle spoke to Retail Week about the challenges ahead. To …

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CMSpi features twice in The Retail Bulletin

CMSpi’s recent Polymer Planning Summit brought together representatives from the Bank of England, The Royal Mint and a host of the country’s top retail names (including Debenhams, Sainsbury’s, Virgin Trains, Subway and Marriott Hotels to name but a few) to discuss the implications for UK businesses of the switch to polymer banknotes and the new …

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CMSpi: “Cost of cash for retailers will increase by 50% in the next three-to-five years”

CMSpi’s Polymer Planning Summit, which brought together many of the UK’s biggest retailers (including Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Marks and Spencer, John Lewis, Virgin Trains, Specsavers, Subway and Travelodge), highlighted that the new living wage, rising interest rates and the transition to polymer banknotes will all force up the cost of cash. “Retailers are being hit with …

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