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Anthony Walton

Anthony Walton

CEO at Iliad Solutions
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Bio Identifying ways to improve the testing of our clients mission critical systems. Career History Stratus - Founder of DNA the Authors of ASx and ASSET acquired by ACI. Founder and CEO of Iliad Solutions.

Blogs

Payments strategies 2015-2020-2030

Increased Regulation of Operational Risk is Coming

20 Nov 2019

At the end of October, a Treasury Committee report in the UK said the frequency of online banking crashes and customer disruption had become unacceptable. Steve Baker, the Treasury Committee’s lead member for this inquiry was quoted as saying: “The number of IT failures that have occurred in the financial services sector, including TSB, Visa and Ba...

Payments strategies 2015-2020-2030

Readiness for Immediate Payments

12 Nov 2019

The payments industry is seeing a massive global surge in the implementation or modernisation of Immediate Payment systems. These systems challenge the status quo, and when used effectively create real opportunities for financial institutions to improve service and/or develop new business opportunities. In Ovum’s 2018 Payments Report (2018 Globa...

Trends in Financial Services

Real-Time Payments. The Winners, Losers and Barriers to Innovation

05 Nov 2019

Immediate Payments, Real-Time Payments, Faster Payments – wherever you are in the world you probably have a term for it, but whatever that is, Real-Time Payments (RTP) is probably spreading faster than any other previous payments initiative. There is good reason for this. RTP offers many benefits and everyone wants to be the first to penetrate new...

Open Banking

Latest Research On APIs and How Banks Can Thrive In An API Economy

20 Jun 2019

In May, Accenture released a new piece of analysis entitled ‘How Banks Can Thrive In An API Economy.’ The industry press has been awash with company announcements and predictions of greatness for those successfully launching an Open Banking proposition. Increasingly, we start to see more scepticism and articles describing why Open Banking is never...