Volume 1 (2006-07)

Each volume of Journal of Payments Strategy & Systems consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles published in Volume 1 were:

Volume 1 Number 4

  • Assessing the impact of non-banks on the payments business: The challenge to safety, efficiency, customer loyalty and payment revenue streams
    Brian Le Sar, Director, Payment Business Systems, Standard Bank Group
  • Strategies and criteria for new payments technology investments
    Patrick C. Foy, President, e-Payments Division, Fiserv
  • Turkeys voting for Christmas? How self-regulation makes the European payments market more competitive
    Roland Uittenbogaard, SEPA coordinator, De Nederlandsche Bank
  • Exploiting the new opportunities in European payments
    Jonathan Williams, Principal Market Strategist, Eiger Systems
  • What benefits have been delivered in practice by remote deposit and how do you maximise them?
    Kristine Oberg, Vice President, Strategic Market Development, Nova Information Systems
  • Educating customers on back office conversion of cheques
    Dawn Stroup Kirby, Associate, Bank of America
  • Electronic payments service provider contracting: Best practices and pitfalls
    Duncan B. Douglass, Attorney, Financial Services & Products Group, Alston & Bird

Volume 1 Number 3

  • What can banks do to manage their enterprise payments strategy better?
    Raymond M. Mulhern, President, The M Consulting Group
  • Maximising operational efficiency for remote deposit capture’s burgeoning growth
    Bob Meara, Senior Analyst, Celent
  • Understanding buyer and seller behaviour for improved payment product development
    Chiel Liezenberg, Douwe Lycklama, Innopay and Harry Smorenberg, CEO, Smorenberg Corporate Consultancy
  • What do central banks and banks need to do to prepare for migration to TARGET2?
    Yvon Lucas, Director and Christine Sampic, Head, Policy and Organization Division, Payment Systems and Market Infrastructure Department, Banque de France
  • Successfully investing in new payment technologies by understanding consumer preferences and merchant influence
    Diane Offereins, EVP & Chief Administrative and Technology Officer, Rick J. Reese, Vice President, Enterprise Architecture and Joe Bonefas, Vice President, Business Strategic Planning and Solutions, Discover Financial Services
  • Using enterprise banking to meet the challenges and opportunities of small-business banking
    Debbie Smart, Senior Product Consultant, ACI Worldwide
  • Borderless banking: How banks can meet the challenges of regulation and payments commoditisation through increased cooperation
    Tom Isaac, Managing Director, F.I. Relationships, Citigroup
  • A new architecture and production model for ATM and self-service software: Enhancing revenue opportunities and reducing cost of channel delivery
    Nigel Walsh, Executive Chairman, Level Four Software
  • Unusual price-volume relationships in transaction pricing for payment cards
    Eric Dunn, General Partner, Cardinal Venture Capital

Volume 1 Number 2

  • The impact of EMV migration on the global cards payments infrastructure: How it will change and expand card use
    Toni Merschen, Group Head, Chip, MasterCard
  • Remittances: Can the industry meet the demands of consumers and regulators?
    Nancy Todor, Director, Global Payments, Citigroup
  • The US prepaid card market: A review
    Sujit Chakravorti, Senior Economist and Victor Lubasi, Senior Analyst, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
  • Challenges and opportunities in the Indian payments market
    Harsh Vardhan, Director, Boston Consulting Group
  • Security of payments on the Internet: A central bank perspective
    Denis Beau, Deputy Director, Payment Systems and Market Infrastructures Directorate, Banque de France
  • What makes for successful micropayments products and business models?
    James C. McGrath, Payment Cards Center, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
  • Trends in card payments processing in Central and Eastern Europe: Revolution or evolution?
    Espen Tranoy, Vice President, First Data International

Volume 1 Number 1

  • Measuring and communicating the value of a bank’s payments business
    David C. Robertson, Partner, Treasury Strategies
  • Single euro payments area from the retail banking perspective
    Bernd M. Fieseler, Managing board member, German Savings Banks Association
  • Mitigating automated clearing house risk through originator training
    Timothy Mills, Director, Electronic Payments Network, Jennifer Stanley, ACH Senior Product Manager and John Biloz, ACH Product Manager, JPMorgan Chase
  • ISO 20022: The implications for payments processing and requirements for its successful use
    Steve Goswell, Principal, Barclays Global Investors
  • Electronic payments as a risk-reduction tool: Replacing vendor cheques at Day International
    Steve Skerl, VP & Treasurer, Day International and Dale Sorenson, PricewaterhouseCoopers
  • What are the implications of health savings accounts for the US payments business? How can financial institutions best exploit this opportunity?
    Aamer Baig, Managing Partner, Diamond Management & Technology Consultants
  • Outsourcing payments transaction processing in a SEPA environment
    Goetz Moeller, Member, Board of Managing Directors, Transaktionsinstitut fur Zahlungsverkehrsdienstleistungen
  • Best practices in bank automated clearing house risk management
    Laura Listwan, First Vice President, Payments Product Management, ABN AMRO