Items tagged with "Payments"

Seizing Digital Finance Opportunities

The Covid-19 crisis has flipped a digital switch, accelerating pre-existing shifts towards digitalisation and the use of new technologies in business and banking.

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Covid-19 boosts Digital Payments worldwide

A couple of weeks ago we highlighted news that the Covid-19 crisis has been a boon for digital payments in India, traditionally a cash-is-king country. However, India is, of course, not alone in choosing to shun paper currency right now, with digital payments and, in some cases, fintech services, receiving a pandemic boost worldwide.

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Digital Payments accelerate in India

The coronavirus pandemic has prompted an unprecedented shift to digital across the world – from the rise of remote working to teleconferencing improvements and an emphasis on digital operations – and now, in India, a long-desired switch from currency to cards.

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EU E-Payments Lack Clarity

European banks are seeking clarification on the European Banking Authority’s (EBA’s) e-money transaction and reporting regulations. Following an EBA workshop, banks from nine European countries have endorsed a note requesting clarification on the definition of e-money transactions and the related reporting requirements. EBA’s guidelines on fraud reporting under PSD2 require banks to report fraudulent e-money […]

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The Case for ISO 20022

Major central banks are set to switch their payments systems to ISO 20022 by 2025, bringing much-needed standardisation to the global payments infrastructure. Earlier this month The Banker sat down with Saqib Sheikh, SWIFT’s global head of ISO 20022 programme, to outline why the migration to ISO 20022 is so important for the banking industry. […]

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EBA Calls on EC to Boost Cross-Border Finance

The European Banking Authority (EBA) have published a report calling on the European Commission to improve conditions for cross-border banking and payments services within the EU. The report identifies two main impediments to cross-border banking and payments reaching their full potential in Europe. Firstly, clearer communications are needed to better identify when a digital activity […]

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Data Amplified 2019: China, the First Country to Kill Cash?

Keynote speaker Mr Jerry Zhou, Chairman and CEO of Huifu Payment, gave the audience of Data Amplified an insight into China’s booming payments industry. China’s payment industry is renowned – with most people in China using mobile payment based on QR codes for daily payments. Zhou even argued that you could say ‘China is the […]

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Banks Fear Big Tech in Booming Payments Market

The global digital payments market is booming – with standardisation and new open data regulation playing no small part in the rapid growth. Banks, however, seem to be struggling to keep up with big tech competition in the payments industry. The 2019 Capgemini World Payments Report shows non-cash payments growing rapidly, particularly in developing markets […]

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Join us in Shanghai: China’s Global Hub

Join us this October in Shanghai, China’s technology hub, for Data Amplified 2019. As China’s world class financial and economic centre, Shanghai is an exciting place to debate and discuss the future of business reporting. Famously entrepreneurial, characterised by constant change and towering skyscrapers, and the centre of China’s technology boom, this October Shanghai will […]

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IMF Explore the Rise of Digital Money

Tomorrow, when you buy your morning coffee will you rifle through your wallet for some coins or a card, or wave your phone? Or maybe send a text, or deposit a digital token? The way we pay for things is changing, with e-money challenging traditional cash and bank deposits. How should we think of new digital […]

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