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Ebury exports transaction services offering to Canada
07 November 2017 | Toronto | Reporter: Theo Andrew
The new office is intended to support rising demand for international currency payments and collections, foreign exchange risk management and import finance solutions from Canadian businesses
Deutsche Bank gpi service expands to euro payments
06 November 2017 | Frankfurt | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer-Derrien
Deutsche Bank has launched its global payments initiative service for euro payments, promising to process payments between continents within 30 minutes
Swift harmonises VP Securities network in Denmark
19 October 2017 | Toronto | Reporter: Theo Andrew
The enhancement, set to launch in 2018, means banks will face reduced costs by harmonising the network used to connect with other securities markets across the globe
NEX partners with Baton Systems
17 October 2017 | London | Reporter: Jenna Lomax
SWIFT blockchain testing shows progress
13 October 2017 | Brussels | Reporter: Theo Andrew
European banks line up for real-time payments launch
10 October 2017 | Paris | Reporter: Theo Andrew
UniCredit embarks on test phase for European instant payments
25 July 2017 | Milan | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
ECB to launch new faster payments system
22 June 2017 | Frankfurt | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
New liquidity management solutions set to manage cross-border payments
15 June 2017 | New York | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
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SIA to provide Icelandic payments update
13 April 2017 | Reykjavík | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
PayCommerce hails successful instant payments test
31 January 2017 | Edison, New Jersey | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
EBA and SIA launch instant payments testing
19 January 2017 | Milan | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
SWIFT tests blockchain for cross-border payments
12 January 2017 | La Hulpe | Reporter: Mark Dugdale
HSBC helps work towards cash-free India
29 November 2016 | Pune, India | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
Accuity and Kyriba pair up on payments screening
12 October 2016 | London | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
Currencycloud covering APAC
11 October 2016 | London | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
LCH signs up first Australian PPS
30 September 2016 | London | Reporter: Mark Dugdale
BNY Mellon to test real-time payment service
21 September 2016 | New York | Reporter: Drew Nicol
More banks join blockchain settlement network
19 September 2016 | San Francisco | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
Currencycloud to offer easier euro payments
31 August 2016 | London | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
Nxt Core templates smart contracts
12 July 2016 | Amsterdam | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
CHAPS gains new direct participant
26 May 2016 | London | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
D+H: Faster payments are the future for US
29 April 2016 | New york | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
EBA Clearing adds to SEPA payments offering
13 April 2016 | Paris | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
Volante embarks on Turkish payments partnership
12 April 2016 | Istanbul | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
Global banks collaborate on payment innovation
05 April 2016 | Brussels | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
EBA Clearing and SIA in real-time payments plan
11 February 2016 | Paris | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
BNY Mellon supports Canadian collateral financing first
20 January 2016 | London | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
Bitcoin a bust, says prominent developer
15 January 2016 | Zurich | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
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