How banks can remain relevant in the new world of payments


How banks can remain relevant in the new world of payments

In the lead up to EBAday 2021, Jens Audenaert, SVP, and GM of Payments for Diebold Nixdorf speaks to Finextra TV on the current state of the payments industry, and how the acceleration of alternative payment methods is changing the payments landscape. Audenaert provides insight into some of the challenges banks are facing and how modern technology can help banks adapt and stay relevant.

What is a Merchant Account Rates, Pricing, Terminals and how it works

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What is a merchant account? In today’s video we’ll discuss the details of a merchant account and go into depth on merchant account pricing, merchant account equipment and provide references to helpful resources.

@1:25 What is a merchant account
@2:46 Credit Card Terminals
@4:11 Merchant Account Rates – 2 main rate categories
@7:41 Underwriting and Account Approval
@8:40 Faq’s and common questions about merchant accounts
@10:48 How to pick the best merchant account for your business

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What is a merchant account and how does it work?
Let’s talk about that today and in addition to that title content, we’ll talk about the following:
Credit card terminals Point of sale equipment and software available to you,
the 2 most popular (general) credit card rate categories that apply,
underwriting approval and account setup
guidelines tips and important things to remember when applying,
Frequently asked questions
And toward the end, I’ll tell you how to go about figuring out the best merchant account option for your business.

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So as we get started, this video is time stamped for your reference.
All of the information is important and pertinent to setting up and maintaining a merchant account so please do watch the entire video and at the same time I always try to make my videos easy to navigate so for some of my videos on this channel, I’m going to link the time stamps for the various sections of the video, in the description.
So if you wanted to skip to a certain section, you can just pop the description box open and click the section link. And if you use these time stamps to navigate the video, let me know if that is a helpful thing to do in the comments below.

Now, on with the lesson.

What is a merchant account?
Let’s start with a simple definition: A merchant account is a specialized bank account that exists for the sole purpose of allowing a business to accept electronic payments through the use of credit cards and debit cards, from their customers. .
The term merchant account is often used interchangeably with terms like: “credit card processing account” or “merchant processing,” “payment processing” or “payment service provider” OR “payment aggregator” and I’ve even heard people refer to it simply as a “Merchant”… and speaking of that,

A payment aggregator account is different than a true merchant account.!
We’re going to stay focused on the merchant account in todays video so if you’re interested in comparing the aggregator companies like PayPal, Stripe and Square to merchant account providers, click the link in the description (or the card on the screen) for that detailed comparison video after you’re done watching this one.

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What are payments rails? | Decoding: Banks | Episode 2

Ever wanted to know what’s going on behind the scenes every time we make a payment? We break down what a payments rail actually is, the different types, and why achieving real time payments is so difficult.

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How Banks Create Money

You can’t make money out of thin air…unless you’re a bank.

Today we learn the surprising truth behind the vault and learn what happens to the hard-earned money we deposit.

The basics of banking has always been that banks connect people in need of money with people holding excess money in need of a safe place to store it. As we learn in this video, banking goes way beyond this simple transaction.

Another major form of income for banks that was not heavily covered in this video includes fee income. This includes things like account service fees, credit/debit card fees and more.

Many concepts in this video were simplified for the sake of explaining concepts. For example, in the real world, people that borrow money typically don’t hold on to it as cash and will instead use it to buy goods and services. The person/company receiving that payment will then deposit the money in their own accounts. Feel free to ask questions in the comments below for a deeper explanation on anything covered (or not covered) in the video and I will try my best to answer.

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