In the second installment of the Exchange Framework Profile Series, Marcos Martinez of Equinor discusses how the e-invoice exchange framework can help automate and strengthen domestic operations to align with the digitalization of other markets.
With the upcoming launch of the FedNow(SM) Service in 2023, financial institutions and service providers around the country are preparing for the future of instant payments. The Federal Reserve’s ongoing Pioneers of Now series highlights leaders from these organizations working toward early adoption of the FedNow Service.
As a member of the Business Payments Coalition’s E-invoice Exchange Market Pilot, Microsoft is on the front lines helping to test the e-invoice exchange framework. Hear from Jayna Bundy on how the exchange framework will help improve the future of the B2B payments ecosystem.
The Federal Reserve continues to expand its Synthetic Identity Fraud Mitigation Toolkit with new information on providers of synthetic identity fraud mitigation products and services.
As the Vice President of Banking Partnerships North America at Trustly, Eric Foust studies how transactions are sent over payment rails to help financial institutions effectively move money between businesses and consumers.
Payments leaders gathered in person and virtually at the annual Chicago Payments Symposium to discuss industry trends, innovations and ways to better serve customers.
The Business Payments Coalition’s E-invoice Exchange Market Pilot is challenging the status quo of inefficient business-to-business (B2B) payments by developing a virtual network to enable businesses to share electronic invoices (e-invoices) with one another. Learn more about industry progress from the successful completion of wave one and the goals for wave two.
The E-invoice Exchange Market Pilot is working to implement an electronic invoice (e-invoice) exchange framework that will enable businesses of all kinds in the United States to connect and exchange e-invoices. Check out a step-by-step overview of how an e-invoice moves through an exchange framework from supplier to buyer.
Federal Reserve survey reveals that businesses continue to show strong interest in using faster payments for a variety of transactions.
The July/August issue of Fraud Magazine, published by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), features an article co-authored by experts from Federal Reserve Financial Services on how to more effectively fight synthetic identities used for fraud involving payments.