RBA maintains squeeze on interchange as banks fail in payments reform

RBA maintains squeeze on interchange as banks fail in payments reform

The Reserve Bank of Australia has decided to continue regulating interchange fees on card transactions after concluding that insufficient progress had been made in opening up the domestic payments system to new competition.

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The Reserve Bank has insisted it will maintain rock bottom interest rates for at least three years. Here’s business editor Ian Verrender on that and why real estate has “gone nuts”.
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Reserve Bank keeps interest rates on hold at 1pc despite stalling economy | ABC News

The Reserve Bank has kept its official interest rate on hold, despite indications the economy slowed sharply over the June quarter.

The RBA board decided to keep its powder dry after making consecutive cuts in June and July to take the cost of borrowing to a historic low of 1 per cent.

The decision was taken ahead of tomorrow’s release of second quarter GDP figures, which are expected to show the economy slowing to its weakest growth in almost two decades.

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Oz central banker floats digital dollar; govt sets up fintech advisory group

Oz central banker floats digital dollar; govt sets up fintech advisory group

Australia could introduce a digital version of its dollar, a senior exec at the country's central bank says, although any state-backed digital currency is in the distant future and likely to circulate in parallel with old fashioned notes and coins.

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2021, Asset Pricing Panel Discussion, Central Bank Digital Currencies: Challenges and Opportunities

2021 Asset Pricing Program Meeting Panel: “Central Bank Digital Currencies: Challenges and Opportunities”
Panel Discussion ─ Central bank digital currencies: Challenges and opportunities
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A Masterclass In Central Banking | Professor Jane Knodell

Jane Knodell, professor of economics at the University of Vermont and author of “The Second Bank of the United States: Central banker in an era of nation-building” joins the show for a masterclass in financial history. Taking us back to the founding of the First & Second Bank of the United States, Knodell discusses the origins of banking, central banking and everything in between, taking us on a tour from the late 1700’s to present day. To hear all this and more, you’ll have to tune in!

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RBA appoints former Westpac CTO Girn as new chief information officer

RBA appoints former Westpac CTO Girn as new chief information officer

The Reserve Bank of Australia has appointed former Westpac tech chief Sarv Girn as its new chief information officer.

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VocaLink, First Data and Accenture pitch Aussie real-time payments system

VocaLink, First Data and Accenture pitch Aussie real-time payments system

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Finextra interviews Accenture, VocaLink: Payments innovation across the globe

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Reserve Bank of Australia looks to halt PayPal rule

Reserve Bank of Australia looks to halt PayPal rule

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) is looking to halt attempts by online auction house eBay to force sellers in the country to offer PayPal as a payments option on sales listings.

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The Reserve Bank has lifted interest rates by 0.25 of a percentage point, taking the cash rate target to 3.1 per cent. The increase — the eighth in eight months — will add around $75 to the monthly repayments of a household with a $500,000 mortgage debt on a 25-year term.
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Global Banks RAISE Interest Rates by 50 points – AGAIN! Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) to follow?

It’s ‘To Infinity and Beyond’ as central banks in both New Zealand and Korea have pushed ahead with further SUPERSIZED interest rate rises as they attempt to tame rampant inflation! Both have been at the forefront of global central bank moves to quell inflation, lifting rates from pandemic lows in the second half of 2021. The Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) increased its benchmark overnight cash rate target from 2 to 2.5 per cent on Wednesday, while the Bank of Korea (BoK) also raised rates by 50 basis points earlier that morning to 2.25 per cent. But with calls for the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) to do the same, will we see another interest rate increase before August 2022?

Here are the key details:
✅ Both the RBNZ and Bank of Korea have raised interest rates by a further 50 basis points.
✅ New Zealand’s benchmark cash rate is now 2.5 per cent and Korea’s 2.25 per cent.
✅ Many economists now expect that many central banks will stop hiking rates by the end of this year.
✅ The Reserve Bank of Australia will most likely follow suit with another cash rate hike before August.

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Traders are currently pricing in a roughly 50/50 chance that the Reserve Bank of Australia will follow its neighbour across the ditch with a third consecutive 50-basis-point rate rise in August. Such a move would take Australia’s cash rate to 1.85 per cent.

Here’s what we cover in this video:

00:00 RBNZ & Bank of Korea lift interest rates by 50 basis points again!
00:20 What’s happening in 2022?
01:55 Will the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) lift Interest Rates?!?
02:50 Commonwealth Bank Forecasts 3.5% Cash Rate!
03:30 Are we nearing the end of the rate rises?
04:45 What does this mean for Homebuyers?
05:40 What is Quanitiative Tighetning (QT)?
06:40 No more STIMULUS! TFF Explained!
08:30 John Adams: Australia’s Fake QT Program
09:45 Could the cash rate be REVERSED in 2023?
11:00 2023 Housing Market PREDICTIONS
11:40 How will this impact Homeowners?


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Reserve Bank of Australia Raises Key Rate by 50 Basis Points to 1.85%

The Reserve Bank of Australia has raised its key interest rate by 50 basis points to 1.85% as expected by most economist surveyed by Bloomberg. Yousef Gamal El-Din and Manus Cranny report on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Middle East.”

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ICE adds RBS and readies for Europe launch: RBA calls for expansion of CDS clearing to Australia

ICE adds RBS and readies for Europe launch: RBA calls for expansion of CDS clearing to Australia

IntercontinentalExchange has added Royal Bank of Scotland to its roster of clearing members and confirmed that it will be ready to launch its credit default swaps clearing counterparty in Europe by July.

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AWS Controllers for Kubernetes (ACK) for Amazon MemoryDB enables you to define and use MemoryDB resources directly from your Kubernetes cluster. This lets you take advantage of MemoryDB to support your Kubernetes applications without needing to define MemoryDB resources outside of the cluster or run and manage in-memory database capabilities within the cluster. You can download the MemoryDB ACK container image from Amazon ECR and refer to the documentation for installation guidance.

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Bank for International Settlements cast as digital currency regulator

Bank for International Settlements cast as digital currency regulator

Regulatory intervention in the digital currency marketplace would need to be co-ordinated by an international body such as the Basle-based Bank for International Settlements, according to the Reserve Bank of Australia.

In conversation with central bank leaders about the evolving role of private digital currencies

Central bank leaders on the evolving role of private digital currencies in the financial system of the future and how central banks should respond to continue ensuring monetary and financial stability.

This session is part of the BIS Innovation Summit 2022: https://www.bis.org/events/bis_innovation_summit_2022/overview.htm

Speakers: Cecilia Skingsley (First Deputy Governor, Sveriges Riksbank), John Williams (President, Federal Reserve Bank of New York) and Perry Warjiyo (Governor, Bank Indonesia).

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Benoît Cœuré (Chair,Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures), Jacqueline Loh (Chair, Markets Committee)

Cœuré and Loh answer questions about the CPMI/Markets Committee report Central bank digital currencies, https://www.bis.org/cpmi/publ/d174.htm.

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CBDCs – an opportunity for the monetary system

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Zilch set to cut ten percent of staff

Zilch set to cut ten percent of staff

London-based BNPL unicorn Zilch is preparing to axe up to ten percent of its workforce just months after securing an additional $50m in funding.

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Zilch CEO on the growing buy now, pay later space

Philip Belamant, CEO of buy now, pay later company Zilch, joins Worldwide Exchange to discuss the growing space and how his company is standing out from the crowd. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO: https://cnb.cx/2NGeIvi

British start-up Zilch is riding the “buy now, pay later” wave to America.

The London-based company said Wednesday it has raised $110 million in a fresh round of funding which values it at $2 billion — four times the $500 million Zilch was worth in its last private investment round eight months ago.

The investment was led by Ventura Capital, a pre-IPO investor that has previously backed Alibaba and Spotify, and Gauss Ventures, an investor in London fintech firm Curve.

Zilch plans to use the fresh cash to launch into the United States. It has set up an office in Miami with about 10 employees working on its U.S. expansion.

Buy now, pay later, or BNPL, services have attracted swelling demand amid an acceleration of e-commerce during the coronavirus pandemic. Such products let shoppers split the cost of purchases over a period of months, often interest-free.

BNPL accounted for 2.1% of all global e-commerce transactions — about $97 billion — in 2020, according to Worldpay data.

Zilch is hoping its approach to BNPL will help it stand out from the crowd. Rivals like Klarna, Afterpay and Affirm include their checkout option on select retailers’ websites. Zilch, on the other hand, lets users pay at any merchant that accepts Mastercard.

Philip Belamant, Zilch’s CEO and founder, said the start-up chose that path because all BNPL companies “look exactly the same.”

“I’m not saying they’re bad businesses but they’re just copycats,” he said. “Our view was, you can’t come late to the party and just do something exactly the same way.”

“We’re actually using the incumbents’ entrenchedness against them. We’re going direct to consumers and saying you can buy now, pay later anywhere you like.”

The company is similar to rivals in how it makes money, however. Zilch takes a small cut from merchants on each transaction processed through its platform.

The idea is that retailers are willing to pay these fees as it increases their sales in the long run.

Wild growth

Belamant said his firm has experienced massive growth since securing a previous round of funding in March.

“The company is about eight times the size,” he said. “It’s been 30-35% underlying sales growth month-on-month for the entire year.”

Zilch says it now has 1.2 million customers and is onboarding 200,000 new users each month. The firm has over 210 employees — up from just 20 in March — and aims to hire another 100 workers in the next 12 months.

That growth could be tested in the coming years, however, as regulators take a closer look at the space. In the U.K., the government is introducing new legislation to bring BNPL under regulatory oversight.

“It should be regulated,” Belamant said. Zilch obtained a consumer credit license from the U.K.’s Financial Conduct Authority in 2019. It also offers a “pay now” option that lets users pay for items in full. Klarna recently launched a similar feature in the U.K.

“At the end of the day, BNPL is a debt instrument. And that’s why we went and got the consumer credit license,” Zilch’s founder said.

The start-up is also backed by Goldman Sachs and the venture capital arm of Daily Mail and General Trust, which owns the Daily Mail newspaper. It has raised a total of $340 million in both equity and debt financing to date.

That war chest of funds will be key to helping Zilch gain a foothold in the U.S. market, which is dominated by the likes of Affirm, Afterpay and Klarna.

“We do need to thank these other guys for spending millions on educating customers,” Belamant said. “Klarna tried six years ago to go to the U.S. and it didn’t work so well. And I think the timing was probably wrong.”

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RBA sets up real-time payments team

RBA sets up real-time payments team

The Reserve Bank of Australia has set up a project team to explore the creation of a central payments hub for real-time bank account transfers.

Tassat Group Executes the First Real-Time Digital Payment Between Two Banks Using Blockchain Tech

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Need for Speed: How Real-Time Rail (RTR) will change the fintech game

For the second Fintech Drinks of 2021, we are excited to discuss a major technological improvement in the payments space called Real-Time Rails (RTR).

Leading up to the Payment’s Summit by Payments Canada, we will be discussing how the implementation of RTR will impact different stakeholders and opportunities that this presents for the ecosystem.

Real-time Payments (RTP) Guide Episode 8: Partners, Peers, and Technology

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This video is Episode 8 in a series that covers real-time payments strategy and how smaller financial institutions can capitalize on the opportunity it provides.

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Throughout the series we’ll provide answers to frequently asked questions, like whether RTP should be an immediate or long-term roadmap item, what are the main decision points, how to navigate with limited resources and funding, what should be involved in vendor analysis, how to get started with real-time payments, and much more.

This episode focuses on partners, peers, and technology considerations.

Look outside of your organization. There are plenty of people to talk to. The first one is TCH. They’ve got a great team. They’ve got plenty of people who can support you, help you with your product ideas, help you with challenges you’re facing, help you solve technical difficulties, help you with looking at vendors. They can do all of these things for you. Don’t fail to seize that partner that’s in front of you. Leverage them completely.

There are also your other competing financial institutions. While you’re competitors, you also have to realize that the success for RTP is dependent on ubiquity and all banks adopting it. There’s opportunities for you to help each other by sharing challenges you’ve faced, how you worked through a particular question. For example, how some banks can talk to each other about how they adapted to real-time fraud analysis, particularly as a sending institution. Learn from each other and what challenges you faced and how you tried to solve those.

Lastly, your greatest partner is going to be your technology partner. You need to make sure you include them from the very beginning. RTP will change everything with how technology functions within your institution. You need to be looking at what systems you have, which ones are vendors versus which ones are internal, as well as how you can communicate with those systems. For example, your fraud system. Does it have some sort of API interface? Or your operations systems, do those have some sort of API interface? You need to look at all of these things and if you don’t have these capabilities, then you need to build them. The only way to discover these early on is by including technology and impressing upon them the breadth of the potential of change here and making sure they’re helping you think through everything.

Real-time Payments Architecture Guide Episode 2: RTP vs ACH Integration Differences

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If you’re a bank looking to integrate with RTP, you should be aware of some of the biggest differences between RTP and another payment type such as ACH. The three differences I want to highlight are first moving from batch-based processing to real-time. Second, real-time payments are irrevocable. And third, RTP is a credit push only system.

First, one of the biggest shifts in integrating with RTP, versus another payment type such as ACH, is the move from batch-based processing to real-time processing. So this is a shift that’s not unique to financial institutions in RTP. It’s really happening across many different industries and domains, and it’s occurring because customers continue to expect more and more of their interactions to be real-time.

So from smart speakers to social media, to video streaming services, customers expect systems to be up 24/7 and to be responsive. Banking is not immune to this expectation.

A second big difference between RTP versus ACH is the fact that real-time payments are irrevocable. This means that once the money is sent and both the participating FIs accept and acknowledge the credit transfer, the money moves, and there is no concept of a reversal. This is a different paradigm and takes some getting used to, but it also has some advantages of removing the complexity of things like reversals.

A third key difference between RTP and ACH is that RTP is a credit push only system, so there’s no equivalent of an ACH debit. This, again, has its tradeoffs, but it puts more control back into the customer’s hands.

Cards overtake cash for consumer payments in Australia

Cards overtake cash for consumer payments in Australia

Cards have overtaken cash as the primary method for consumer payments in Australia, according to data released by the country's central bank.

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[How To Collect Money] Checks, Credit, Or Cash?

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