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EBAday 2018 Day 2 Report: Instant Payments to power the sharing economy   

Day two of EBAday in Munich and innovation has been a key topic.  Experts have fiercely debated the trends in innovation, the supporting business models and the need to unlock the value in bank data . Once again, Instant Payments (IP) has also been a reoccurring theme. No debate on innovation can take place without touching […]

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EBAday 2018 Day 1 Report: Instant Payments is not the new normal

Our Day 1 report from EBAday highlights that Instant Payments is the number one topic for the European banking community.

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PAYMENTS 2018 Day 2 report: Instant payments is coming, so what do we do?

The payments industry at day two of NACHA’s Faster Payments 2018 conference tries to understand how best to prepare for instant payments.

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PAYMENTS 2018 Day 1 report: The US instant payments debate heats up

Day one of NACHA’s conference in a cloudy San Diego, California was filled with prospects for the future of payments in the US.

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Sibos 2017: Day 2 Report – A future world of invisible borders

Cross-border payment and correspondent banking services were key themes of the second day of SWIFT’s Sibos 2017 trade show in Toronto, Canada, says InstaPay’s in-situ reporter, Lauren Jones.

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Sibos 2017: Day 1 Report – It’s all about the data

Despite high winds knocking down trees and power lines SWIFT’s Sibos 2017 financial services (FS) conference begun on time at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (MTCC), 16 October, in Canada, says InstaPay’s in-situ reporter, Lauren Jones, with a plea to improve data services in financial services and payments

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Show Preview: Sibos 2017 – Real-time gets real

With SWIFT’s Sibos 2017 show in Toronto imminent on 16-19 October InstaPay’s new editor Neil Ainger takes a look at some of the real-time payment sessions and announcements, especially around the domestic Canadian, US and EU SCT Inst schemes, that are likely to shape the week for instant payment attendees