City AM – Innovation is the only way to recover from the Covid crisis
Paul Ormerod (c) City AM
One silver lining of the Covid-19 crisis has been a surge in innovation.
Enterprising firms have invented both new products and different ways of delivering existing ones.
Innovation is the life blood of any prosperous economy. Innovation is much more than a scientific invention. It turns inventions into things of practical and affordable use to people. Read more.
Paul Simpson from Kyriba wants to let you know about an upcoming webinar. The Future of Payments and Direct Debit Collections – What’s Coming next and how may it impact me? 23rd July, 2020 • 12:00pm BST
- In this webinar Kyriba will be joined by Simon Brooks from Pay.UK, Phillip Mind from UK Finance and Bob Ford from Request to Pay Ltd.
- The discussion will focus on the current payments landscape and the impact this may have on your Payment and Direct Debit functionality in the near future, including:
- Payments landscape update: including Request to Pay, New Payments Architecture/Direct Debit, Open Banking Extension, PSD2, ISO20022
- Direct Debit Interactive Advance Notice (IAN) and the link to Request to Pay. Learn more on this forthcoming service to address potential errors when setting up Direct Debits. IAN will send advance notice (via RtP) re all new DD’s set up, to validate/confirm correct, in advance of due date, any issues.
- What benefits can Request to Pay bring to Corporates
- Payment Hub – why it’s needed and its role in fraud prevention.
- Why machine learning is key to fraud detection
- How does fraud detection fit in your overall payment process?
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Today’s Guest Headlines are from:
- Payments, Payments, Payments Newsletter 30 | 29 June 2020
- Bacs: 6.5 billion transactions a year … and counting Newsletter 29 | 27 June 2020
- Payments, Payments, Payments Newsletter 28 | 22 June 2020
- Faster Payments: The world’s first 24*7*365 instant payments system Newsletter 27 | 18 June 2020
- Payments, Payments, Payments Newsletter 26 | 15 June 2020