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Who is faster?

first_imgI recently had a discussion with a consultant on emerging issues and regulatory trends surrounding changes in the payments’ frameworks and technology. The changes in this area are coming rapidly—particularly with a younger generation growing up on digital-only platforms and the internet. The Gen Z group alone represents 40% of global consumers. So, it is no accident that regulators are actively engaged in numerous efforts, from faster payments, to revising regulatory frameworks to allow the technology to provide new and innovative solutions, and to provide for consumer protection. It is difficult to read the “tea leaves” on how all of this change will transform our industry.The first article below, shows the Financial Stability Board delivering roadmaps to the G20 on cross-border payments. The European Union is working on its Digital Finance Strategy that includes measures on innovative and competitive payments markets and efficient international payments. We are likely to see greater direction in this area come out of the G20 meeting in November under the Saudi Arabia Presidency. Staying on top of all these changes will be critical over the next several years.For credit unions, the challenge is figuring out who are going to be the winners and losers in all of these changes, and where a credit union should best place its resources to remain competitive in these new and emerging markets, and regulatory environments. If we as an industry are too slow to change or keep up with the times, it is possible that we will be left behind or fall prey to some disruptive force.That brings me to the question that I asked the consultant about who would be the winner in the faster payments’ reforms that are forthcoming. His answer: “Whoever is faster.” continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

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NBA trade rumors: Pistons talking with Grizzlies about acquiring guard Mike Conley

first_img NBA trade rumors: Teams have inquired about Clippers forward Tobias Harris The Pistons could be looking to upgrade their backcourt.Detroit has “engaged in talks” with the Grizzlies about acquiring Mike Conley Jr., according to a report from the Detroit Free Press, which cites unidentified league sources. Memphis is reportedly looking to move the 31-year-old point guard. The Jazz are also interested in dealing for Conley and they’ve offered the Grizzlies a package centered around Ricky Rubio and a future first-round pick in exchange for him, according to the Salt Lake Tribune.Conley has spent his entire 12-year career in Memphis. He has tallied 20.3 points and 6.3 assists per game while knocking down 35.9 percent of his 3-point attempts in 2018-19. Related Newscenter_img Conley agreed to a five-year, $153 million extension with the Grizzlies in the summer of 2016.The Pistons enter play Monday two games behind the Heat for the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference with a 22-29 record. Meanwhile, Memphis stands at 21-33 and is all but out of the postseason race. NBA trade rumors: Kings ‘willing to talk about’ moving center Willie Cauley-Steinlast_img read more

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