June 2022 Pulse Newsletter


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Major Milestone: Next Steps Toward Electronic Remittance Delivery

The Remittance Delivery Assessment Work Group recently released a recommendations report where they determined it is feasible to establish a business-to-business remittance exchange framework, similar to the electronic invoice (e-invoice) exchange framework, with some minor adaptations. Read the recommended next steps.

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FedNowSM Pioneers of Now: Defining the Future of Payments

FedNow Pioneers of Now represent financial institutions and service providers united by their commitment to early adoption of the FedNow Service. Malinda Rickel, chief operating officer of The Bankers’ Bank, shares her outlook on the future of instant payments and key benefits she envisions on a global scale.

Payments Improvement News and Announcements

Fraud Detection Technology, Data Strategy and Information Sharing

Recent additions to the Federal Reserve’s Synthetic Identity Fraud Mitigation Toolkit offer new resources about fraud detection technology, data strategy and the value of information sharing within the industry to help fight synthetic identity fraud. Explore the full toolkit.

Eric Dunn on Future-Proofing Financial Services

Eric Dunn is the CEO of Quicken and among the company’s longest-tenured employees. Like many in financial services, their approaches are evolving alongside a world of rapidly changing needs and technology, including the increased demand for faster and instant payments. Read about Eric’s perspectives in this spotlight article.

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