Global Interchange Regulation: 2014 Update
- Date:January 20, 2015
- Tristan Hugo-Webb
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Regulatory involvement with interchange fees expanded in 2014
Around the world, regulators continue to examine the state of multilateral interchange fees (MIFs) and are increasingly issuing new regulations that cap or limit the ability for MasterCard and Visa to set and charge MIFs across global markets.
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