Another Bank Consortium? Paydiant

Banks have not put all of their eggs in the TCH basket. There is another Bank Consortium around payments which I have not discussed: Paydiant has been working with 27 odd banks around a “Push Payments” pilot for last 2 yrs.

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US Payment Innovation and Regulation

A core “investment assumption” by TCH banks was that “regulators” were going to force the use of tokens in the US. As a primary means for meeting obligations under BSA/AML. The “value proposition” pitched to pilot participants was thus “regs are coming which will drive PayPal out of business.. everyone will be required to tokenize.. pilot participation means you can have a jump on everyone else.” Obviously this has not been the case..

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CEO View – Battle of the Cloud Part 5

There is a payment cluster war going on right now and it is the subject in the C Suite in Banks and the Payment industry. The battle is happening at every level. I’ll be leading a panel at Money 2020 which addresses several of these items, with participation from V/MA… should be interesting. Here are a few updates.

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Tokens: Merchant Options

Most retailers I’ve spoken with take the view “we just won Durbin and are in the midst of steering customers to debit.. why on earth would I want to support a new product type that is more expensive AND gives banks more control? AND further enhances merchant funded rewards? Will this improve my sales”?

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Business Implications of Payment Tokens

US mobile payments will have a new “network”, a system to use tokens which are neither V or MA card numbers. Thus Banks need not route these transactions through either V or MA, but will be able to leverage same acceptance infrastructure. Virtual card numbers will be bank numbers that banks resolve. JPM’s is first to align w/ plastic, leveraging common authorization authentication and other services

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“New” ACH System in US

The current ACH system will never go away (related blog). There were $33.91 TRILLION moved over the network in 2011, compared to total debit and credit volume of around $4.5 Trillion. However, there are several “improvements” to ACH where all could benefit, primarily speed and fraud management.

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