SEPA One-Leg Out SCT Inst (OCT Inst) : a great opportunity for new international services
Security Meets Convenience: Why Mobile Bill Pay Can Become a Key Defense Against Fraud
Historias de éxito de los principales sistemas de pagos inmediatos del mundo
7 Ways Payments Orchestration is a Game Changer
Revealed: The Stories Behind the Success of World’s Leading Real-Time Payments Schemes
In search of the economic benefits of faster and more efficient payments, most major markets either already have real-time payment schemes in place or in development, and attention is turning to driving adoption.
How New Zealand’s Banks Can Prepare for Upcoming Account-to-Account Real-Time Payments
Next-generation payment schemes, underpinned by the real-time transfer of funds, have become commonplace around the world. Most major markets are now either live with national account-to-account (A2A) instant payment capabilities or have them in development. And research from ACI and GlobalData forecasts that real-time payments will account for 27.8% of all electronic payments globally by 2027.
5 Top Payments Trends for Brazil in 2023
The real digitization of payments is just starting in Brazil, but 2023 will definitely be a very important year for the country.
How Scale, Simplicity and Flexibility Transforms Payments-as-a-Service
Sam Jawad, ACI’s Executive Vice President and Head of Banks & Intermediaries, explains how managed services for payments have evolved over the past two decades, and how banks can take advantage of the ongoing evolution in cloud architectures.
What Does the Future Digital Payments Ecosystem Look Like?
Across the world, markets are gearing up to change the way they pay. Convenience and speed are key and a huge benefit to customers. To enable the real-time movement of money and support the on-demand economy, there is a need for payments system modernization and this need for real-time modernization is increasing from all corners.
How is the World of Payments Changing and How Can EU Rules and Regulations Respond to These Changes? Insights from Commissioner McGuinness’ Speech
On the 16th of November 2021, Ms. Mairead McGuinness, Commissioner for Financial Services, Financial Stability and Capital Markets Union, gave a speech in Brussels covering the changes taking place in the world of payments, how these might develop and how EU rules and regulations could respond to such changes.
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Global Payment Trends
As the world adopts real-time payments, how does your market stand to benefit?
Progressive Platform Modernization — Eight Steps to Success
The need to modernize legacy systems has never been more keenly felt, but the risk of big bang migrations has never been higher.
Acceleration of the Digital Economy in Brazil: Risks, Challenges and Solutions
In our recent Making Payments webinar, experts from Mastercard, Microsoft and ADIQ shared their insights on how they were able to overcome the most pressing innovation challenges within Brazil, and how other organizations can prepare for the future of digital payments.
How Southeast Asia’s Banks Can Remain Competitive and Profitable in a Real-Time World
Cross-border payments across Southeast Asia are shifting as market dynamics, increased competition and increasingly demanding customers drive rapid change. As payment systems are modernized and the market evolves, banks and governments must stay on top of these trends.
The Benefits of Open Banking for LATAM
Thanks to customer demand and regulations on how customer data can be gathered and used, open banking has seen rapid growth throughout the world. The EU and U.K. have been leading forces in the implementation of open banking, while countries such as Canada, New Zealand, Hong Kong and Japan have been quick adopters.
Global Fraud Landscape Evolving Quicker Than Ever – What Banks Need to Know
In the fraud prevention and cybercrime world, we often talk about fraudsters as the ultimate opportunists – looking for any weakness in a system that can be exploited. In recent years, as technological systems have advanced, fraudsters have increasingly turned to ”social engineering” to achieve their goals. Basically, hacking the person rather than hacking the system, as humans become the weakest link in the chain.
How Can European Banks Meet the ISO 20022 Migration Deadlines for TARGET2 and SWIFT?
First published in 2004 – and already broadly used in some quarters – ISO 20022 is rapidly set to become the de facto standard for financial messaging around the world, replacing MT messages.