Volume 13 (2019)

Each volume of Journal of Payments Strategy & Systems consists of four quarterly 100-page issues, published both in print and online.

Volume 13  Number 2

  • Editorial
    Alec Nacamuli, Editor, Journal of Payments Strategy & Systems
  • Interview: Paying at the pump — a Nordic perspective: An interview with Kai Lindström
    Kai Lindström, Head of Payments and Payment Systems, Neste and Diederik Bruggink, Editorial Board Member
  • Adoption of global market practice for payments will pave the road to a successful global migration to ISO 20022
    Isabelle Bouille, Head of SWIFT Standards Market Practice Team and Tanja Haase, Global ISO 20022 Migration Programme Manager, SWIFT
  • Facilitating the interoperability of high-value and international payments: The ISO 20022 migration of the Eurozone
    Hubertus von Poser, Member, PPI AG Board of management and Head, Consulting Division for Payments, PPI
  • Distributed ledger technologies and instant payment systems: The potential effects of substitution
    Austeja Šostakaite, Senior Economist, Bank of Lithuania
  • How to keep payments safe and secure in a changing world
    Marco Doeland, Manager Risk Management, Dutch Payments Association
  • Multilateral interchange fees: Don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater
    Malte Krueger, Professor of Economics, University of Applied Sciences in Aschaffenburg and Consultant, PaySys Consultancy
  • Super intelligent financial services
    Leila Fourie, Executive, Commonwealth Bank and Thomas Kenneth Bennett, Postgraduate, University of Sydney
  • Cash preference in India: Empirical methods and findings
    Sasanka Sekhar Maiti, Director of the Department of Statistics and Information Management, Reserve Bank of India, Nandalaya Hemachandra, Professor, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay and Anil Kumar Sharma, Adviser, Reserve Bank of India
  • Book review: Interchange Fee Economics — To Regulate or Not to Regulate?
    Reviewed by Harry Leinonen, PSS Consultancy

Volume 13  Number 1

  • Editorial
    Alec Nacamuli, Global Payments Executive, IBM
  • Interview: Behind the launch of The Clearing House’s RTP® network: An interview with Timothy Mills 
    Brian Laverdure, Director, Emerging Payments Education, EPCOR, and Timothy Mills, Vice President of Business Development and Product Management at The Clearing House Payments Company
  • Opinion piece: Banks taking back control 
    Michael Salmony, Executive Adviser, equensWorldline SE 
  • Papers: Electronic central bank cash: To be or not to be? 
    Harry Leinonen, Consultant, Author and Lecturer
  • Cash use across countries and the demand for central bank digital currency 
    Tanai Khiaonarong, Senior Financial Sector Expert , Monetary and Capital Markets Department , International Monetary Fund (IMF) and David Humphrey, F.W. Smith Eminent Scholar in Banking, Florida State University & Visiting Scholar, Payments Cards Center, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia 
  • The emerging influence of legal entity identifiers in payments 
    Michael Knorr, Head of Payments & Liquidity Management, Wells Fargo Financial Institutions Group (FIG) 
  • The NextGenPSD2 Framework in a pan-European PSD2 Account Access context 
    Ortwin Scheja, Managing Consultant, SRC Security Research & Consulting & Editor, Berlin Group NextGenPSD2, NISP and Wijnand Machielse, European Markets Director, SRC Security Research & Consulting & Editor, Berlin Group NextGenPSD2 ,NISP
  • Innovation in transaction banking: What can emerging technologies deliver? 
    Christopher Mager, Managing Director, Digital Office, BNY Mellon Treasury Services
  • Nowcasting economic activity in India using payment systems data 
    Sudhakar Raju, Hallmark Endowed Chair, Professor of Finance & Data Analytics, Helzberg School of Management, Rockhurst University and Mahadevan Balakrishnan, former Chief Operating Officer for the National Payments Corporation of India