Instant Payments - Avoiding the Convergence of Complex Financial Crimes

Discussions around Real-Time Payments (RTP) often include concerns that it will be accompanied by a rapid increase in financial crime. The innovation that comes with instant payment schemes is a great opportunity for a variety of reasons and preventing future financial crime will always be part of the dialog.

In this paper, you will find examples of some of the most prolific fraud attacks which can be fueled by instant payments. And you will find actionable recommendations for the best approaches to prevent these complex financial crimes.


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