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First US non-Amazon-owned grocer to use palm-scanning tech

Payments Dive

The retail giant is serving as a technology vendor to an independent grocer reopening soon in Kansas City, Missouri.

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Kansas City Fed issues research briefing on buy now, pay later

CFPB Monitor

The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City recently issued a research briefing titled “ The Appeal and Proliferation of Buy Now, Pay Later: Consumer and Merchant Perspectives.”. The briefing divides buy now, pay later (BNPL) products into two main types based on how they are offered to consumers.

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Central Payments snags $30M

Payments Dive

The banking-as-a-service company wants to expand its reach as it spins off from the Central Bank of Kansas City.

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This week’s podcast episode: A close look at open banking and the role of data aggregators, with special guests Julian Alcazar, Payments Specialist, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, and Adam Maarec, Senior Director and Associate General Counsel, Capital One

CFPB Monitor

To read an article published by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City and co-authored by Mr. Alcazar, “ Data Aggregators: The Connective Tissue for Open Banking ,” click here. Alan Kaplinsky, Ballard Spahr Senior Counsel, hosts the conversation. To listen to the episode, click here.

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Kansas City bank has no plans for a pause after striking deal

American Banker

Dickinson Financial in Missouri has no intention of departing from its expansionary mindset as it lays plans for de novo branches and scouts new acquisition opportunities.

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Market Commentary: Week of April 11, 2022

SWBC's LenderHub

Last week was highlighted by carnage in the long end of the Treasury yield curve as both Federal Reserve Vice-Chairwoman Lael Brainard and Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank President Esther George took to the airwaves to say that the Fed would be reducing its $8+ trillion balance sheet very soon.

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World Central Bankers Discuss Alternatives To The Dollar

PYMNTS

The 2019 Kansas City Federal Reserve’s annual symposium gathered the top monetary policymakers worldwide to kick around ideas to topple the dollar’s power, Bloomberg reported Sunday (Aug. Each year since 1978, the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City has sponsored a symposium on an important economic issue facing the U.S.