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Mastercard Integrates Consulting with Crypto, Open Banking and ESG

Mastercard | February 16, 2022

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Mastercard announced expanding its outstanding payments-focused consulting service to open data, open banking, crypto & digital currencies, and Environment, Social & Governance (ESG). The world of financial business is witnessing a radical shift in terms of innovation, where consumer preferences are changing due to rapid digital transformation and geopolitical shifts. To support companies to advance more and experience extensive growth graphs globally, Mastercard is actively participating in widening its consultancy services double-digit.

Mastercard is an international technology company in the payments industry. With the help of using secure data and networks, their innovations and solutions aid financial institutions, individuals, governments, and businesses to increase their potential. With associations across more than 210 countries and territories, Mastercard builds a sustainable world that unlocks invaluable opportunities for businesses.

Consulting services have been a prime part of Mastercard for more than two decades. The services are associated with Mastercard’s customer engagements and others. Recently, Mastercard’s Data & Services include around 2,000 engineers, data scientists, and consultants. The services have served customers in about 70 countries worldwide. In addition, data & Services is expanding its team at a pace, including more than 500 college graduates and young professionals.

Payments are just the beginning. Over the past 20 years, we’ve worked with our customers across banking, fintech, retail, travel, and other sectors, helping them understand and navigate every challenge and opportunity thrown their way. This evolution of consulting is in recognition of the changing world and of our changing business. It’s about helping customers navigate today’s challenges and anticipating what’s next.”

Raj Seshadri, president of Data & Services, Mastercard


Mastercard will continue bringing an integrated approach that draws on outstanding services, thoughts, tools, and assets with these new consulting practices—such as Finicity and Aiia, Ciphertrace, Cyber Quant, and the Priceless Planet Coalition. These would drive better, smarter decisions with better outcomes from a customer’s entire business.

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