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Domenico Scaffidi

Domenico Scaffidi

Payments Business Development Director at Volante Technologies
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Bio Domenico Scaffidi is the Business Development Director and Payments Pre-sales lead for Europe and Asia at Volante Technologies.

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Standards Forum

ISO 20022 Migration: Why Banks Need To Move Fast

09 Apr 2020

SWIFT’s decision to delay migration of cross-border payments to ISO 20022 by 12 months has important strategic implications for the industry. With multiple market infrastructures moving to ISO 20022 on different schedules, and varying approaches to co-existence, financial institutions will need to redouble their focus on modernising their infrastr...

SWIFT Matters

SWIFT gpi: the build vs buy debate

21 Nov 2019

As the world moves towards a more global way of doing business, banks and financial institutions need the capability to move money around efficiently, transparently and in a cost effective manner and in doing so, ensuring that liquidity doesn’t get locked away. Cross-border payments however have historically been the opposite of this - with single...

Payments strategies 2015-2020-2030

What we heard at EBAday 2019

03 Jul 2019

As one of the leading payments conferences in Europe, EBAday is a great forum to gauge industry sentiment on a number of challenges and opportunities taking place in the rapidly changing payments landscape. Through some very interesting conversations with clients and delegates, we were able to identify a few key themes from the event. These includ...

Treasury Management

Liquidity fragmentation: enemy of global treasuries

20 Feb 2019

There is a lot of change going on in the cash management industry. Payment modernization, increased regulation and market and consumer 24/7 expectations are seen as four catalysts causing a distinct structural shift. Dynamism and forecasting of cash management are key to staying ahead of these changes, and yet there is little appetite for risk wit...