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Evolution of cross-border payments piles pressure on banks

Developments in sector are beneficial but bring risks too, says Intix CMO

"Rewriting the payments story"

Sajid Gani, Head of Operations for CIB South Africa, Standard Bank outlines his decision to embrace...

Intix helps banks mitigate new transparency risks in cross-border payments

Cross-border payments are becoming increasingly transparent. For many banks, this transformation of...

"Banks must embrace tech to better serve their customers"

Issue 19 of "The FintechMagazine" includes Fintech Finance's interview of Societe Generale's Eric Bayle, Head of Transaction Banking UK. Eric explains the importance for banks to embrace third-party tech providers to better serve their customers.

"Banks realise now that they are not software companies", says Eric. "Not long ago, they tended to develop everything in-house, so as not to rely on...



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The Future of European payments

Banks’ payments revenues have grown steadily at about 3 percent per year over the past six years. However, some specialist payments providers—processors, acquirers, schemes, and others—have achieved double-digit growth rates over the same period. This suggests that banks’ traditional role at the centre of the payments ecosystem may be coming under challenge.

The Global Treasurer
Treasurers demand more visibility over payments, says ACT

“Part of what treasurers need is more visibility of future payment flows. If instant payments replace ACH, you lose the clearing cycle and get no visibility at all of what may be going out or coming in.”


This McKinsey reports highlights that "access to and the inclusion of transaction data by counterparty is important, especially in sectors highly disrupted by the crisis. Movements in the current-account balance are also important."