Future-proofing cross-border payments in a rapidly evolving world

Register for the Volante seminar on Thursday, September 23, 2021, at 3:00 PM BST as industry workers discuss paying stamp duty in a rapidly evolving world.

Financial institutions are facing a growing demand for corporate loans. Thus, in the case of a seemingly endless supply of a limited boundary solution, choosing the right research partner for the claims and the payments bank may be similar to finding an internal needle. The grass is dry.

Many large programs around the world (such as Nordic P27) have ambitious and attractive portfolios in financial institutions. In addition to these programs, they have the opportunity to connect and interact with thousands of parties on the other side of the border, but high-speed media is used to create stability and sustainability. Protection in normal and normal situations.

Sending rich messages is also seen as a good place for financial institutions to provide value-added services that serve what they currently need, and to focus on manufacturers. More specific assistance is also important for banks, as they are aware of the potential risk to central banks, which may have cash or fixed assets.

Register on the Finextra website hosted by Volante Technologies to join our team of experts who will discuss the following topics:

  • Which sites show promising advertising and use the best payment method across borders? How are they different?
  • What is the most important factor in strengthening staff and payment promoting good neighborliness?
  • Does market power intend to expand the CBDC catalyst and build a toll market? What are the options for the new system?

The speakers are:

• Gary Wright – the name of the study, Finextra

• Ajay Singh Pundir – Director of Development and Development, Volante Technologies, Middle East and Africa

• Rohit Fernandes – Head of Cross-Border Payments, EMEA, Citi Finance and Commerce

• Vijay Anand – Director of Product Management, Payroll and Digital Accounting

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