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Visa Inc. (Visa) is a payments technology company that connects consumers, merchants, financial institutions, businesses, strategic partners and government entities to electronic payments. The Company operates through payment services segment. The Company enables global commerce through the transfer of value and information among the participants. The Company's transaction processing network facilitates authorization, clearing and settlement of payment transactions and enables to provide its financial institution and merchant clients a range of products, platforms and value-added services. The Company is a retail electronic payment network based on payments volume, number of transactions and number of cards in circulation. Its products/services include core products, processing infrastructure, transaction processing services, digital products, merchant products, and risk products and payment security initiatives.
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Alfred Francis Kelly
Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer
Vasant M. Prabhu
Vice Chairman of the Board, Chief Financial Officer
President - Technology
Jennifer L. Grant
Chief Human Resource Officer, Executive Vice President, Human Resources
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Norwegian fintech company Vipps, said on Thursday it had struck a deal with global payments giant Visa <V.N> to expand in Europe.
Brazil's central bank has authorized testing of payments via Facebook Inc's messaging service WhatsApp in the country, Visa Inc and Mastercard Inc said on Friday, easing an outright ban on the service imposed last month.
Brazil's central bank has authorized testing of payments via Facebook Inc's messaging service WhatsApp in the country, Visa Inc and Mastercard Inc said on Friday.
Visa Inc's <V.N> results topped analysts' estimates on Tuesday with a 23% drop in quarterly profit as consumer spending continued to be pressured by high unemployment due to lockdowns aimed at curbing the coronavirus outbreak.
Sixteen banks from Germany, France and three other euro zone countries on Thursday said a "truly European" payments system was expected to be up and running in 2022 to fully digitalise a region where half of all retail payments are still in cash.
Britain's highest court on Wednesday upheld an earlier Court of Appeal ruling that credit card companies Visa <V.N> and Mastercard <MA.N> restricted competition in the way they set fees for retailers, opening the way for them to seek compensation.
Visa Inc's <V.N> total U.S. payments volume fell at a much slower pace in May from the previous month, indicating that consumer spending was picking up as the government starts to ease coronavirus-induced lockdowns.
Visa Inc will allow a majority of its workforce to work from home through 2020, according to Chief Executive Officer Alfred Kelly Jr., mirroring similar moves from other fintech companies earlier in the week.
Visa Inc <V.N> on Thursday decided to pull its full-year outlook on rising unemployment numbers and more people conserving cash during the COVID-19 pandemic even while posting a second-quarter profit that rose 4%.
Visa Inc reported a 4% rise in second-quarter profit on Thursday and pulled its full-year outlook, as consumer spending took a beating while unemployment numbers jumped and people moved to conserve cash amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
* VISA CONTINUES TO ACTIVELY MONITOR COVID-19 SITUATION AND ITS IMPACT GLOBALLY
Visa Inc <V.N> said on Monday its transaction volumes had been hit as the coronavirus pandemic wreaks havoc on consumer spending, leading it to forecast mid-single-digit percentage revenue growth for the second quarter.
Visa Inc said on Monday its transaction volumes had been hit as the coronavirus pandemic wreaks havoc on consumer spending, leading it to forecast mid-single digit percentage revenue growth for the second quarter.
Visa Inc <V.N> warned on Monday that its second-quarter revenue growth would be slower than its previous forecast, becoming the latest payments services provider to be affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
Visa Inc said on Monday it expects its second-quarter revenue growth to be 2.5-3.5 percentage points lower than its previous forecast, due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Brazilian state-owned lender Caixa Economica Federal is partnering with the world's largest payments network Visa Inc to issue debit and credit cards, it said on Friday.
Accor <ACCP.PA>, Europe's largest hotel group, said on Tuesday it was joining forces with American card giant Visa <V.N> to offer a payment card to members of its lifestyle loyalty program named ALL-Accor Live Limitless.
Australian regulators will consider intervening to stop banks from automatically directing "tap-and-go" card payments through the world's largest payment processors Visa <V.N> and Mastercard Inc. <MA.N>, the central bank said on Wednesday.
(This Feb 4 story has been refiled to remove incorrect reference to interchange fees, interest payments.)
Visa Inc is planning the biggest changes in a decade to the rates U.S. merchants pay to accept its cards, Bloomberg reported https://bloom.bg/2vGWtA7 on Tuesday, citing a document Visa sent to banks.
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