The cheque might be an outmoded payment method, but many US organisations are reluctant to give it up. What’s more, after years of decline, cheque fraud shows signs of an uptick.
Emerging markets offer “a world of opportunity”, but delegates at the recent ACT Conference heard from treasurers whose companies operate in regions such as Africa about the challenges they also present.
With a surprisingly high number of North American corporates still reliant on cash and cheques, what’s impeding the move to electronic-based payments?
A special report from SWIFT shows that despite the impact of Brexit, the UK capital remains the preeminent global foreign exchange and payment centre.
With less than nine months to go, banks are working with fintechs to tackle the various demands of Europe’s new Payments Services Directive.
The benefits of an in-house bank are increasingly evident, but some treasury departments still hesitate to take the plunge. This article offers a step-by-step guide.
The Federal Reserve Banks and The Clearing House develop local market practices to facilitate end-to-end payments tracking for their participants.
This article examines the top four payments challenges experienced by treasury teams - and outlines how each of them can be overcome using technology.
A guide to understanding the fast-approaching - and long-awaited - network set to transform the US payments system.
More than three in four UK payment firms authorised in the past eight years have passported their services across Europe, according to data secured from the regulator.