J.P. Morgan at Sibos: Delivering agile transformation
Get ready for Sibos with the latest insights on how to harness the power of digital, build a more sustainable ecosystem and develop partnerships with other drivers of change.
There’s no other part of the banking industry undergoing dramatic changes like what’s happening in payments. And as the payments landscape continues to evolve, so do your business needs. We’re working with our clients to help them respond to the latest technologies and help them grow their business.
Join us at Sibos where we’ll be sharing our deep payments expertise on ‘Treasury as a Service’, navigating the API labyrinth, data opportunities in the securities industry and taking payments to the next level.
Taking payments to the next level
Sara Castelhano, EMEA Head of Payments & Solutions, Wholesale Payments, J.P. Morgan
Monday October 11, 4.30am – 5.30am ET
Navigating the API labyrinth
Lisa Davis, Head of Digital Channels, Wholesale Payments, J.P. Morgan
Monday October 11, 6.30am – 7.30am ET
Realising data opportunities in the securities industry
Alex Dockx, Product Strategy, Regulations and Market Infrastructures, J.P. Morgan
Wednesday October 13, 7.00am – 8.00am ET
Instant ‘treasury as a service’: Can banks give corporates what they need?
Lori Schwartz, Global Head of Liquidity Solutions, Account Services & Escrow, Wholesale Payments, J.P. Morgan
Wednesday October 13, 8.30am – 9.30am ET
The rise of big game hunting
Brett Wallace, Cybersecurity Operations, J.P. Morgan
Wednesday October 13, 11.00am – 11.30am ET
Liink network helps financial institutions innovate payments economics
Christine Moy, Global Head of Liink, Onyx by J.P. Morgan talks to PYMNTS’ CEO Karen Webster about how blockchain technology is helping financial services firms around the world share information securely in real-time and foster greater collaboration.
- Liink is a production-grade, blockchain network that is designed to facilitate the transfer of payments-related information.
- A major obstacle to faster, cheaper payments is the lack of information traveling alongside the payments, causing delays and friction. Liink connects banks securely in a peer-to-peer network so participants can get information quicker.
- Liink’s first application was Resolve, which helps banks to remedy compliance-related queries for cross-border payments. Previously, manually obtaining names and checking addresses could take days if not weeks. With Resolve information can be gained in minutes.
- Liink’s Confirm application allows institutions to validate account information before sending a transaction and reduce the chance of returns.
- To date, over 400 banks have signed up to the Liink platform. Looking ahead, Liink will enable third parties to build their applications and deploy them though the network across the consortium of banks.
Payments fraud and cybersecurity trends to watch
Nearly three-quarters of organizations said they were targets of an attempted or actual payments fraud attack in 2020, according to a recent AFP fraud survey. The report examines the nature of fraud attacks on B2B payments and how organizations are protecting themselves. Here are the top takeaways.
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