GSMA launches global mobile money certification scheme

Thursday 12 April 2018 | 14:04 CET | News
The GSMA has announced the launch of GSMA Mobile Money Certification, a global scheme for mobile money providers to have their services certified for security standards. The certification relies on an independent assessment of a mobile money provider's ability to deliver secure and reliable services, to protect the rights of consumers and to combat money laundering and terrorism financing. The certification is designed to enhance consumer trust and accelerate commercial partnerships by setting a high bar to which all providers can aspire, the industry group said.

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