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US real-time a chance for banks to innovate

01 November 2016 | 4224 views | 1

Chris Hadorn, Principal, Financial Services, and Troy Hagey, Managing Director, KPMG talk about the opportunities and challenges of the US move to real-time payments, how banks’ business cases for investment are influenced by their progress on the digitalisation journey, and what it means that it’s no longer about the payment, but about the business transaction and the data that come with it.

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Chris Yaldezian
Chris Yaldezian - IBM (Software Group) - San Ramon | 01 November, 2016, 17:59

If there is "no silver bullit business case," for US Banks, then perhaps being a very ready fast follower might be a good strategy. But, like it or not, it (faster, real-time, immediate, or instant, or whatever payments) it is coming. So, banks need to be ready to pull the trigger.

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