The Federal Reserve is working with the industry to modernize B2B payments. Read about recent progress and initiatives currently underway to improve payments efficiency.
The Federal Reserve is committed to supporting the shift to electronic business to business (B2B) payments. Read more on the state of the industry, the benefits of successful adoption of digital processes, and how to get involved.
As the payments industry moves rapidly toward digitalization, the Federal Reserve is dedicated to helping businesses embrace B2B payments modernization.
The Federal Reserve’s new payments improvement director, Shonda Clay, discusses the Fed’s continued efforts on advancing the U.S. payment system.
With faster or instant payments being a hot topic in the United States and around the world, there is no better time than the present to continue learning about this key area for the future of payments.
The Accredited Standards Organization X9 is looking to catalyze ISO 20022 common data usage in the U.S. market through their ISO 20022 Market Practice Group.
Tim Boike, Vice President, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, provides updates on the Fed’s collaborative efforts with the payments industry on the FraudClassifier model.
Faster, or instant payments, are quickly gaining popularity around the world. And here in the United States, the topic is at the forefront of the payments industry. Now is the time to start learning more about this important and evolving area for the future of payments.
Connie Theien, Senior Vice President and Director of Payments Industry Relations at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago will advise on the newly formed U.S. Faster Payments Council’s (FPC) Board Advisory Group.
From 2012 to 2015, credit and debit (including prepaid and non-prepaid) card payments continued to gain ground in the payments landscape, accounting for more than two-thirds of all core noncash payments in the United States, according to a Federal Reserve study of U.S. non-cash payments released December 22, 2016. Automated Clearing …