The Federal Reserve’s longstanding commitment to combat fraud and build awareness includes providing education on trends and improving the security of all payment types, including check payments.
To better understand and mitigate scams, the Federal Reserve’s scams definition and classification work group has published an operational definition of the term.
The Federal Reserve launched a scams information sharing work group. Learn more about the group and its goals.
The Federal Reserve has established a scams definition and classification work group. Learn about the group and its goals.
According to new Federal Reserve studies, a majority of businesses and consumers are already using faster payments, and most are likely to use them more often in the future.
Participants of the Business Payments Coalition’s E-invoice Exchange Market Pilot recently formed the Digital Business Networks Alliance as the legal entity overseeing a new electronic exchange network.
Scams have become increasingly prevalent, but there are ways to prevent them and mitigate losses. Read more about how to stay protected from this type of fraudulent activity.
Explore recent articles that highlight trends, examine relevant studies and provide perspectives on how current and emerging technologies may alter the payments landscape.
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.
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.