The Rise of Real-Time and cross-Border, by Peter Larsson, Principal Solutions Consultant, Real-Time Payments - Europe & North America
The Eurosystem project to consolidate TARGET2 and T2S and to meet changing market needs by enabling a truly real-time 24x7 settlement infrastructure for cash, securities and collateral aims at increasing efficiencies and optimising liquidity management across all TARGET Services.
The payments community is well used to the abundance of acronyms that has become its legislation of late, but less so to the grey overlaps between various directives and standards - least of all Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) within the online and e-commerce payment experience.
Payments and settlement structures to get a makeover with the T2/T2S consolidation project. But are the banks ready yet?
In 2020 another seismic upheaval looms on the horizon for the European financial community.
Online customer authentication has recently been revolutionized thanks to the introduction of the new enhanced 3D Secure 2.0.
CLS provides its view on the importance of big data and AI to FX and FX trading in an era of digital innovation that is transforming the financial services industry.
Finextra sat down with Keith Moor, CMO, Santander UK to discuss how retail banking in the mobile channel will change within the next two to five years, how the advent of smartphones has created more choice for the consumer in how they interact with their bank and how Santander worked with Facebook to learn what their customers want from banking channels.
Banks need to innovate but are held back by layers of legacy technology which inhibits their ability to adapt and evolve.
How can they implement change without risking the stable operation of core systems and services?
This report provides the answers to this vital question.
Deutsche Bank interviews leading industry experts at companies such as IBM, ConsenSys, Digital Asset, Hyperledger, uPort and R3 to find out how DLT technology will change our lives.
A Bank of Canada investigation into the benefits and costs of issuing a central bank digital currency for monetary policy.
The UK's Payment Systems Regulator starts a conversation on how data is used in payment systems and explores the potential barriers to its objectives.