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Traditional card issuers will stay relevant if they rethink their business models

eW blog article -Our payments landscape is changing rapidly and traditional card issuers need to keep up with new competitors that meet customer expectations. Especially now customers are expecting services that are seamlessly integrated into their every-day lives. This means that they have to rethink their business models when it comes to card issuing and card management.

Do we need regulation to speed up the development of an interoperable cross-border Instant Payments network?

eW blog article - Instant Payments (IP) is evolving quickly and on a domestic level, IP is a success. Looking at the development and availability of cross-border IP for European consumers and businesses, there is still plenty of room for improvement. In a conversation between ING, ECB and Natixis, Mark Buitenhek, Global Head of Transaction Services at ING, talked about his vision on the development of an interoperable cross-border IP network.

Wrap-up Sibos: Instant Payments is here to stay and banks need to act quickly

eW blog article - The annual banking and financial conference is growing every year. This is no surprise as the future of the payments world is extremely dynamic and this makes it so exciting. To manage these dynamics, collaboration is a key topic for the coming years. Collaboration among banks, with fintechs, but also with bigtechs.

The positive vibe around Instant Payments

eW blog article -Instant payments (IP) are becoming the new normal. It appears that across the world people are convinced about the value of this payment method. During the session ‘Are my payments operators ready for a real-time 24/7 world?’, an overwhelming majority responded that their payments operators already are or soon will be ready for this payment method.