November 2022 Pulse Newsletter


Look No Further: Service Providers for Synthetic Identity Fraud Mitigation

How can the threat of synthetic identity fraud be addressed? The Federal Reserve recently expanded its online toolkit with new information on providers and their offerings for mitigating this form of fraud.

Kevin Olsen on Advocating for Industrywide Access to Instant Payments

The latest Pioneers of Now profile features Kevin Olsen, senior vice president of Innovation and Strategy at Pidgin. During a recent conversation, Olsen shared his advice for financial institutions planning to implement the FedNowSM Service, favorite instant payments use case and predictions for the future.

Payments Improvement News and Announcements

Community Spotlight: Using Fintech to Improve Transactions with Eric Foust

Eric Foust, vice president of Banking Partnerships North America at Trustly, studies how transactions are transmitted over payment rails to help more effectively move money between businesses and consumers. Read the full article here.

From Point A to B: See How an E-invoice Travels Through an Exchange Framework

The E-invoice Exchange Market Pilot is making progress to implement an electronic invoice (e-invoice) exchange framework to enable businesses of all kinds in the United States to connect and exchange e-invoices. View this video for an overview of the e-invoice journey – from supplier to buyer – through an exchange framework.

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Hear from the Federal Reserve at Upcoming Events

Neach Future of Payments Symposium – December 1

FedNow Service: What’s Coming in 2023 Webinar– December 6

Top Headlines in Payments

Federal Reserve’s Next 3 Years Include Instant Payments ‘Easy Button’ – 11/3/22

FedNow and the Future of Instant Payments
The Financial Brand – 10/19/22

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