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Considering the large number of current discussions in the payment industry about the implementation of the revised Payment Services Directive ( ) and instant payments, it is no surprise that these topics are extensively covered in recently produced reports by consultancies and payment players. So, in order to help keep you up to date with the latest payment reports, we have gathered some of the most interesting ones on the topic below.
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- The European Banking Federation’s “Guidance for implementation of the revised Payment Services Directive” (September 2016)
- “Turning the Revised Payment Services Directive into Digital Opportunity” – Capgemini’s point of view (September 2016)
- Boston Consulting Group’s report on “Global payments 2016: Competing in open seas” (September 2016)
- Euro Banking Association’s report on “PSD2 impact areas, practical issues and open questions” (September 2016)
- Deutsche Bank’s white paper on the Payment Services Directive 2 (October 2016)
- Accenture’s survey on “Blockchain technology. How banks are building a real-time global payment network” (October 2016)
- The Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructure’s report on “Fast payments – Enhancing the speed and availability of retail payments” (November 2016)
- Accenture’s paper on : “Seizing the Opportunities Unlocked by the EU’s Revised Payment Services Directive PSD2: A Catalyst for New Growth Strategies in Payments and Digital Banking” (November 2016)
- “‘Default’ payment methods - The digital marketplace reset you did not see coming!” - A research report by the Deloitte Center for Financial Services (November 2016)
- Lipis Advisors’ report about “Instant payments: Insights from earlier adopters” (November 2016)
- “EU retail and SME payments - State of the industry”, a report by Oliver Wyman (November 2016)
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