FedNowSM Early Adopters Connect at Readiness Workshop
Pioneering new horizons for instant payments starts with preparation. This sentiment was shared by nearly 200 payments professionals who attended a FedNow Early Adopter Workshop on Aug. 29-30 in Chicago. Check out the recap article for session highlights and key learnings.
Take Action Against Synthetic Identity Fraud
Synthetic identity fraud continues to be a growing form of financial crime in the United States. The Federal Reserve’s Synthetic Identity Fraud Mitigation Toolkit provides financial institutions, businesses and individuals with an online repository of insights and resources to help mitigate this increasingly common fraud scheme.
Payments Improvement News and Announcements
From Point A to B: See How an E-invoice Travels Through an Exchange Framework
The E-invoice Exchange Market Pilot is working 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 a new video for an overview of the e-invoice journey – from supplier to buyer – through an exchange framework.
Last Call: Register for the 2022 Chicago Payments Symposium
Join payments leaders virtually, including Federal Reserve Bank Presidents Loretta Mester and Esther George, Oct. 3 – 4 for insights and open dialogue about payments and the ways our industry is building customer-centered and adaptive networks. It’s not too late – explore the agenda and register today.
Your Voice Matters – Stay Engaged
Hear from the Federal Reserve at Upcoming Events
2022 Chicago Payments Symposium – October 3 – 4
EPCOR Payments Conference – October 3 – 5
Macha’s 2022 Electronic Payments Conference – October 11 – 13
2022 MIB Community Banking Conference – October 18 – 19
Concepts 2022 – October 19 – 21
AFP Conference – October 23 – 26
2022 MAXX Convention – October 25 – 27
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