The largest financial institutions, representing 54% of all bank accounts in the U.S., are on board to provide real-time payments to their customers.
Monday, August 23
The Federal Reserve continues to be on the frontlines of evolution in payments, with integrity, safety and transparency as the backbone steering our work.
Payments are pivotal to a financial institutions success. Accelerated transformation, from cash to electronic payments and from physical to digital, has forced a reset of priorities.
In today's cash supply chain, the U.S. relies on paper and physical signatures to document cash package transfers between supply chain partners.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning play a critical role in the advancement and innovation of payments.
As more businesses increased remote work arrangements in 2020 due to the COVID-19 global crisis, several federal and state governments moved quickly to fill in the gap to enable various electronic
Canada is undergoing a once-in-a-generation transformation of its underlying payments infrastructure.
For several years now, other developed countries that have adopted real-time systems have provided the U.S. with a number of lessons and considerations.
Not too long ago, any discussion of virtual currencies in a banking audience was frowned upon as supporting illicit activity. How that has changed!