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 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