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Fast Payments has been used to describe many payments systems over the years. Today the industry is looking at the notion of real time retail payment systems that allow consumers and businesses to pay each other 24/7/365 by moving money from one bank account to another as the definition of a “fast payment”. In this workshop, we begin with an overview of the key concepts and building blocks for these systems. We then look at some of the recent developments in domestic systems around the globe. We conclude by examining how these systems are being used across all payment domains and the overlay technologies supporting this expansion.
Glenbrook's Payments Education Program is useful for both experienced managers, who often want to be updated on what's happening in areas outside of their immediate domain, and for newcomers, who need a broad overview of the U.S. payments systems to create a context for their work.
Over 23,000 payments professionals have attended Glenbrook workshops. Attendees have included product, strategy and sales managers, technology operations and risk managers, investors, inventors and analysts, management teams from payments startups.
- Key Concepts
- What we mean by “Fast Payments”
- Why are Fast Payments Gaining Traction
- Pull models and their risk implications
- Push models and their risk implications
- Differences between “rails” and “rules”
- Fast Payments Building Blocks
- How Fast Payments work
- Common features across systems
- ISO 20022 Messaging Format
- Request to Pay (RtP)
- Design questions in Fast Payments
- Spotlight: Vocalink as Fast Payments operator
- U.S. Fast Payments Landscape
- History of Fast Payments in U.S.
- Federal Reserve – Faster Payments Council and FedNow
- The Clearing House – Real-Time Payments (RTP)
- Early Warning – Zelle
- Fast Payments Initiatives Around the World
- UK Faster Payments (UK)
- SEPA Instant Credits and TIPS (EU)
- New Payments Platform (Australia)
- Real-Time Rail (Canada)
- PIX (Brazil)
- Fast Payments and Overlay Services
- Overlay service fundamentals
- Use of overlays in key domains – P2P, POS, B2B, etc.
- Profiles of overlay services
- Cross-border Fast Payments
- Global Banks
- Citi – Interconnection of networks
- Push to Card
- SWIFT gpi
- Singapore, Australia, and Thailand Proof of Concept