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The Great Migration to EMV Chip Card campaign urges banks and other stakeholders in the region to move towards higher security EMV Chip debit/credit card standard to fight against card fraudulency, while the PRIME platform supports Paynet's EMV initiative by increasing the availability of secure payments across the region and allowing the Paynet's partners to issue EMV cards.
According to a report by Huffington Post, the ex-CEO was convicted on charges of fraudulency about the financial viability of the company Enron in the year 2006.