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Welcome to Pacing Payments!

NEACH is pleased to announce the launch of Pacing Payments, a resource designed to aid our members in staying on top of critical developments in faster payments. 

Created exclusively for NEACH members, Pacing Payments features targeted interviews with industry leaders, updates on key initiatives, breaking industry reports, answers to critical questions, customized information, and more. 

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This section of Pacing Payments will bring you the latest news and information from industry reports. Please note that some publications require subscriptions.

Industry News

  • SWIFT collaborates with APAC banks to develop new real-time payments service -- Electronic Payments

    Interbank messaging service SWIFT is in talks with a consortium of Australian, Chinese, Singapore and Thai banks to develop a cross-border real-time payments solution for Asia Pacific.
  • Real-Time Payments: What to Know, and What to Do -- Treasury and Risk

    RTP is poised to reshape how U.S. businesses make and receive payments. Here’s what you should be doing now to prepare.
  • SwapsTech Develops Real-Time Payments Link For Banks -- PYMNTS.com

    SwapsTech has completed the development of its faster payments solution to help financial institutions link into real-time payment capabilities.

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Please Note: The information and views set out in this community are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the official opinion of NACHA, The Federal Reserve or The Clearing House. Where appropriate, NEACH has obtained permission to post on behalf of the represented institutions and bodies. Neither NEACH, the aforementioned institutions and bodies nor any person acting on their behalf may be held responsible for the use which may be made of the information contained therein.