Volume 11 (2017)

Each volume of Journal of Payments Strategy & Systems consists of four quarterly 100-page issues, published both in print and online. The articles just published in Volume 11 are:

Volume 11 Number 3 (Autumn/Fall 2017)

  • Editorial
    Alec Nacamuli, IBM
  • Opinion Piece: Opportunities and challenges for the SEPA Instant Credit Transfer scheme
    Javier Santamaría, Conseil Européen des Paiements AISBL
  • Interview: State of play of mobile money on the African continent: An interview with Greg Reeve
    Diederik Bruggink, Bruggink Consultancy BVBA and Greg Reeve, MFX — Mobile Finance Experts LLP
  • Mitigating cyber risks through information sharing
    Jeffrey Korte, FS-ISAC
  • Blockchain and payment systems: What are the benefits and costs?
    Gene Neyer, Finastra.com and Benjamin Geva, Osgoode Hall Law School
  • FinTech and the evolving payment landscape
    Jarunee Wonglimpiyarat, College of Innovation
  • The Internet of Things and the opportunity for payments
    Zilvinas Bareisis, Celent
  • The future of digital retail payments in Europe: A place for digital cash?
    Ruth Wandhöfer, Citibank
  • Can India get to 25 billion retail digital transactions in 2017–18?
    Mahadevan Balakrishnan, Payment System Development Group, World Bank

Volume 11 Number 2 (Summer 2017)

  • Editorial
    Alec Nacamuli, IBM
  • Connecting the dots in e-commerce payments: An interview with Ralf Ohlhausen
    Diederik Bruggink, Bruggink Consultancy & Ralf Ohlhausen, PPRO Financial
  • Recognising and thwarting transaction and payment laundering
    Dan Frechtling, G2 Web Services
  • Did the Target data breach change consumer assessments of payment card security?
    Claire Greene & Joanna Stavins, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
  • The Federal Reserve and faster payments: ‘Umbrella’ or ‘rails’?
    Ashish Lall, Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore & Zsuzsanna Vári-Kovács, TRPC, Singapore
  • Central bank money and blockchain: A payments perspective
    Jürgen Bott, University of Applied Sciences, Kaiserslautern & Udo Milkau, DZ BANK
  • Demonetisation for changing payment behaviour and building platforms
    Qasif Shahid, Finja & Lubna Razaq, FinTech Centre, Information Technology University, Lahore
  • Shifting the ticketing paradigm: The role of open standards
    Laurent Cremer, OSPT Alliance
  • The leakage of passwords from home banking sites: A threat to global cyber security?
    Rodrigo Ruiz, Renato Archer Center for Information Technology, Rogério Winter, Brazilian Army, Kil Jin Brandini Park, Federal University of Uberlândia & Fernando Amatte, CYPHER

Volume 11 Number 1 (Spring 2017)

  • Editorial
    Alec Nacamuli, IBM
  • Switching card transactions in Europe: An interview with Ernst Verbeek
    Diederik Bruggink, Bruggink Consultancy & Ernst Verbeek, Trionis
  • Evolving a payments business to meet the demands of a distributed economy
    Tyrone Canaday, Protiviti
  • The future of payments: How FinTech players are accelerating customer-driven innovation in financial services
    Margaret Weichert, Ernst & Young LLP
  • Next generation payments: Alternative models or converging paths?
    Gene Neyer, D+H
  • Digitalisation: Shaping the retail payment markets while posing new challenges to authorities
    Kari Kemppainen, Bank of Finland
  • Fundamental competition and market practice impacts of real-time payments
    Harry Leinonen, former Finnish Ministry of Finance
  • The future of instant payments: Are we investing billions just for mobile peer-to-peer payment?
    Michael Salmony, equensWorldline SE
  • Innovation in payments and the revised Payments Services Directive
    Jacqui Hatfield, Reed Smith LLP
  • Collaboration and the sharing of information help reduce payment transactions fraud
    Marco Doeland, Dutch Payments Association
  • Automated teller machine fraud in south-west Nigeria: Victim typologies, victimisation strategies and fraud prevention
    Oludayo Tade & Oluwatosin Adeniyi, University of Ibadan