Real-time payments bear a significant impact on liquidity and cashflow requirements at financial institutions. This impact has already lead to the emergence of trends such as the modernisation of risk and fraud infrastructures. Additionally, the incoming ISO 20022 deadlines along with other regulatory drivers for financial institutions mean that gaining control over data is becoming increasingly significant.
Banks need support in orchestrating and processing real-time payments, particularly with regard to data that needs to be integrated across multiple regions. Financial institutions require the technology to combine processing of transactions and keeping data in one place in order to keep real-time payments speedy and intact. Increasingly, banks are using third-parties to assist in this transformation, and reap the benefits that robust data infrastructure can provide.
Sign up for this Finextra webinar, hosted in association with Hazelcast, to join our panel of industry experts as they discuss the following areas:
- Why is data intrinsic to improving real-time payments?
- Why is modernising infrastructure for banks becoming increasingly important in the push toward real-time payments?
- How can banks better control their data to adapt to pressures from regulators?
- What are the challenges banks face in delivering real-time payments in the current financial climate?
- Why should banks look to building partnerships with technology providers to assist them in their journey to real-time payments?
- Scott Hamilton - Global Payments & Liquidity Expert, Contributing Editor, Finextra [Moderator]
- John DesJardins - Chief Solutions Officer, Hazelcast
- Carl Slabicki - Co-Head of Global Payments, BNY Mellon
- Elena Whisler - SVP, Sales and Relationship Management, The Clearing House