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September 28, 2016

Strategies for Improving Payment and Settlement Infrastructures adopting advanced and proven technologies including international standards
- Challenges and Opportunities aiming at Year 2020 and beyond -

~Coordinated by NTT DATA Group~

NTT DATA INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT CONSULTING, Inc.

On September 28, Community Session titled “Strategies for Improving Payment and Settlement Infrastructures adopting advanced and proven technologies including international standards” was held at Sibos 2016 in Geneva. A variety of related topics were discussed by Mr. Marc Bayle de Jessé of ECB, Mr. Hiromi Yamaoka(山岡浩巳)of Bank of Japan, Mr. Ken Isaacson of Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and Mr. Jochen Metzger of Deutsche Bundesbank as speakers coordinated by Dr. Taiji Inui(乾泰司)of NTT Data as a moderator.

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【Session description】

In recent years, financial services and supporting technologies in particular in the field of payment and settlement systems have been evolving drastically and globally. Under such environment, central banks in Europe, North America, and Asia have been trying to catch up with or even lead the trend proactively improving their system infrastructures not only for high value payment systems such as TARGET2/T2S, Fedwire, and New BOJ-NET, but also retail payment systems including faster payments taking advantages of new technologies and International Standards. This session discussed possible opportunities, challenges, and strategies of the central banks including roadmaps.

【Sibos】

Sibos (Swift International Banking Operations Seminar), is an annual banking and financial conference organized by the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT). Sibos was held on September 26-29, 2016 in Geneva. NTT Data Group has been joining the Sibos as an Exhibitor.


【Contact Information】

NTT DATA INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT CONSULTING, Inc.
Global Financial Consulting Unit
Taiji Inui
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