Why Payments-as-a-Service is the first choice for FIs

February 11, 2020 | 193 views

The pace of change within the global payment’s technology space is still at full speed with no sign of slowing down. While traditional incumbents have until recently taken comfort in their size and decades of dominance, new digital-only challenger banks are ramping up and making a huge impact on the global financial landscape.

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Are Asian Nations All Set to Kick off CBDCs? Know Here!

Article | June 22, 2022

Contents 1. Say Hi to the Future 2. Digital Currencies: Types and Companies Involved 3. Why Are CBDC(S) Becoming The Talk of The Town? 4. Are Asian Nations Well On The CBDC Track? Say Hi to the Future! CBDCs, or Central Bank Digital Currencies, are the future of transaction modes and an excellent alternative to cash and private digital money. As the name suggests, CBDCs are digital tokens similar to cryptocurrencies, as both use blockchain technology. However, the significant difference lies in their modes of regulation. While cryptocurrencies are decentralized and highly volatile, CBDCs are regulated directly by a country’s central bank and, thus, are pretty transparent and stable for a financial system. Digital Currencies: Types and Companies Involved Cryptocurrency, Stablecoins, and Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDC) are the three main digital currencies. Cryptocurrency grew in popularity because it was inexpensive and available in various currencies. Furthermore, its decentralized nature eliminated the role of banks in traditional money transfers, as they acted as intermediaries and thus charged for this. However, with the introduction of cryptocurrencies, the network members acted as intermediaries in the blockchain, and as such, the compensation got minimal. Here’s a list of the top cryptocurrency companies that offer enhanced data security: Advanced Micro Devices: It is an American multinational semiconductor company based in Santa Clara (California). It offers the best combination of CRU and GPU technologies to make faster and more secure blockchain transactions. Alpha Point Corporation: AlphaPoint is a white-label software company powering crypto exchanges worldwide. Its award-winning blockchain technology has helped over 150 clients in 35 countries discover and execute their blockchain strategies since 2013. Intel: By pushing forward in fields like AI, analytics, and cloud-to-edge technology, Intel’s work is at the heart of countless innovations. However, over time, stablecoins gained attention due to their stable nature. These are also cryptocurrencies backed by other cryptocurrencies, fiat currencies, commodities, etc. As suggested by its name, this backing system for stablecoins has been implemented to keep their prices steady and avoid fluctuations altogether. Some of the famous companies dealing in stablecoins include: Gemini: Gemini Trust Company, LLC is a next-generation cryptocurrency exchange and custodian that allows customers to buy, sell, stake, and store digital assets such as Bitcoin and Ether. OKCoin: It is one of the world’s largest and fastest-growing cryptocurrency exchanges. The company helps millions of people buy and sell Bitcoin, Ethereum, Miamicoin and many other crypto assets daily. ConsenSys: It is a leading Ethereum software company that enables developers, enterprises, and people worldwide to build next-generation applications, launch modern financial infrastructure, and access the decentralized web. Why Are CBDCs Becoming the Talk of the Town? Central Bank Digital Currencies are likely to gain much traction as they enable faster and smoother transactions, which are also very safe and secure. Since CBDCs do not involve holding a bank account, this concept will probably be more popular among non-banking individuals. With the recent collapsing examples of commercial banks, CBDCs have a higher chance of survival since the latter involve linking customers’ funds directly to the central bank. CBDCs also promise transparency, as all their transactions are recorded on a digital ledger, enabling authorities to detect fraud and other illicit activities. Are Asian Nations Well on the CBDC Track? Some CBDCs are in the pipeline, while the rest are at different stages of progress in many Asian nations, but none have launched yet! However, CBDCs are picking up steam in Asia. This region is home to many emerging markets that are quick to adapt to new technologies and keen to extract more benefits from innovations. CBDCs are mainly of two types, namely, Retail and Wholesale. While the former (CBDC-R) involves transactions by individuals and businesses, the latter (wCBDC) is more into institutional financial activities or transactions from one bank to another. Coming back to Asian countries and how they are doing with digital currency, one can design for both cases or just one, depending on the country's needs. For example, China and Thailand kicked off both models, while South Korea and Russia followed the CBDC-R model. As per a report from the Atlanta Council, Asian nations such as India, Japan, Indonesia, and Bhutan are at the development stage in both models. Similarly, Thailand and China are in the pilot phase of implementing both models. Meanwhile, nations in the development phase of implementing only the Retail CBDC include Iran, Israel, Lebanon, Turkey, and Cambodia. Besides, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Malaysia, and Singapore are in the pilot phase of the Wholesale CBDC. Meanwhile, nations in the research phase include Georgia, Kuwait, Palestine, Pakistan, and the Philippines. Nevertheless, North Korea is still in inactive mode.

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Are Asian Nations All Set to Kick off CBDCs? Know Here!

Article | July 14, 2022

Say Hi to the Future! CBDCs, or Central Bank Digital Currencies, are the future of transaction modes and an excellent alternative to cash and private digital money. As the name suggests, CBDCs are digital tokens similar to cryptocurrencies, as both use blockchain technology. However, the significant difference lies in their modes of regulation. While cryptocurrencies are decentralized and highly volatile, CBDCs are regulated directly by a country’s central bank and, thus, are pretty transparent and stable for a financial system. Why Are CBDCs Becoming the Talk of the Town? Central Bank Digital Currencies are likely to gain much traction as they enable faster and smoother transactions, which are also very safe and secure. Since CBDCs do not involve holding a bank account, this concept will probably be more popular among non-banking individuals. With the recent collapsing examples of commercial banks, CBDCs have a higher chance of survival since the latter involve linking customers’ funds directly to the central bank. CBDCs also promise transparency, as all their transactions are recorded on a digital ledger, enabling authorities to detect fraud and other illicit activities. Are Asian Nations Well on the CBDC Track? Some CBDCs are in the pipeline, while the rest are at different stages of progress in many Asian nations, but none have launched yet! However, CBDCs are picking up steam in Asia. This region is home to many emerging markets that are quick to adapt to new technologies and keen to extract more benefits from innovations. CBDCs are mainly of two types, namely, Retail and Wholesale. While the former (CBDC-R) involves transactions by individuals and businesses, the latter (wCBDC) is more into institutional financial activities or transactions from one bank to another. Coming back to Asian countries and how they are doing with digital currency, one can design for both cases or just one, depending on the country's needs. For example, China and Thailand kicked off both models, while South Korea and Russia followed the CBDC-R model. As per a report from the Atlanta Council, Asian nations such as India, Japan, Indonesia, and Bhutan are at the development stage in both models. Similarly, Thailand and China are in the pilot phase of implementing both models. Meanwhile, nations in the development phase of implementing only the Retail CBDC include Iran, Israel, Lebanon, Turkey, and Cambodia. Besides, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Malaysia, and Singapore are in the pilot phase of the Wholesale CBDC. Meanwhile, nations in the research phase include Georgia, Kuwait, Palestine, Pakistan, and the Philippines. Nevertheless, North Korea is still in inactive mode.

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BIG TECH IN FINANCE: A DEEP DIVE INTO THE FUTURE OF FINTECH

Article | December 7, 2022

The following article looks at Big Tech and its impact on the financial services sector. Whilst competition from small fintech startups will certainly take away some market share from traditional banks, the impact of “GAFA” could be huge. The fintech movement did more than unbundle banking and its core services — it spurred financial inclusion across Asia, increased overall economic growth, and made significant inroads into the finance value chain. The born-digital companies brought technology to the forefront, attacking the traditional risk-averse sector from various points — digital payments, insurance, P2P lending, and investment management, among other avenues.

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How Fintechs Expanding in Latin America Can Build Trust with SMEs

Article | February 10, 2020

Small businesses in emerging economies are notoriously underfinanced. Despite making up over 99.5% of the economy in Latin America, SMEs face a financing gap in the trillions of dollars. For example, up to 78% of small businesses in Argentina and 45% in Peru struggle to grow because of financial constraints. Numerous articles and institutional white papers point to the lack of trust between banks and SMEs as a major cause of this financing gap. Banks simply do not know how to accurately calculate small business risk, especially in volatile economies in Latin America, so they offer high interest rates or pass on providing credit altogether.

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Calculum and LSQ Partner for Supply Chain Finance Analytics

LSQ | January 11, 2023

On January 10, 2023, LSQ and Calculum informed they would work together to combine LSQ’s working capital and supply chain finance solutions with Calculum's data analytics and technical know-how. The strategic partnership between LSQ and Calculum streamlines as well as combines spend and supplier analytics to find ways to improve payment terms, offer financing solutions, and reduce the risk for both domestic and international trade. As a part of this project, LSQ will be using Calculum's web-based Ada® platform to offer data analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) and help clients negotiate and optimize better payment terms and compare themselves to their competitors. Brittany Hooper, Director of Strategic Partnerships at LSQ expressed, "LSQ and Calculum share a common goal: to ensure the stability and enhance the efficiency of our clients' financial supply chains, while unlocking the value of their payment terms." She further stated, "The collaboration helps us further our vision and expertise in financial supply chains and offer additional insights and tools for our corporate clients to unlock working capital and improve margins." (Source: PR Newswire) Calculum's VP of Global Sales, Pedro Rojas, sees cooperation as crucial to helping organizations maximize efficiency, working capital, and success in today's complex, technology-driven supply chains. Adding to this, he said, "The combination of Calculum and LSQ is exponential in its impact, and we are excited to bring this to market. "Calculum brings the data insights via AI analytics and LSQ the execution platform and liquidity options," he concluded. (Source: PR Newswire) Management of invoices and working capital is optimized using Calculum and LSQ. These financial systems and services provide a quick return on investment, the ability to monitor everything from the point of origin to the end of the payment, and also improve supplier relationships. About LSQ LSQis a well-known name in working capital financing and payment solutions. With the fastest and easiest platform, on-demand payments, and data-driven credit and risk analysis, the company helps businesses and suppliers maximize cash flow and avoid risk. The Orlando-based company pioneered working capital finance and payments solutions. For more than 25 years, it has helped thousands of businesses improve their working capital, automate and speed up payments, and reduce risk by using new technology, credit, and risk expertise. As a result, LSQ accelerates billions in corporate and supplier payments annually and simplifies access to working capital so all businesses can grow and prosper.

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Fintech Provider Quavo Fraud & Disputes Completes PCI Renewal

Quavo, Inc. | December 16, 2022

Fintech provider Quavo Fraud & Disputes has announced their completion and renewal of the 3.2.1 version of the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard Requirements and Security Assessment Procedures. Quavo initially achieved its PCI DSS Version 3.2.1 certification in August of 2021. Attaining this renewal emphasizes Quavo's commitment to security and compliance, confirming that all required standards set by the PCI council were maintained throughout the evaluation period. The announcement comes as part of Quavo's dedication to executing the significance of client security and safety. "PCI renewal versus the initial completion means that our team has continued to exemplify procedures to safeguard sensitive card information set by the PCI council for an entire year. It's a huge accomplishment for the team and something I am very proud of. It is hard to achieve and maintain PCI compliance, and I appreciate our team being diligent about this," COO and Co-Founder David Chmielewski This year, the Quavo infrastructure team dedicated time to upholding the standards set by PCI DSS v3.2.1. As of November 2022, Quavo received validation that the company demonstrated continuous compliance under PCI DSS v3.2.1 and obtained a renewal accreditation. Quavo's presence on The Visa Global Registry of Service Providers is directly related to the company's ongoing commitment to PCI compliance. Nick Facca, Quavo's Director of Technology, detailed the magnitude of following the instituted procedures throughout the audit period. "Last year, we established ourselves as PCI compliant; with the renewal, we have set the standard that PCI compliance stands as Quavo's baseline data security." Looking to the future, Quavo will continue to work towards renewing its SOC 2 Type 2 certification and make strides in completing PCI DSS v4.0 requirements by 2024. About Quavo, Inc. Quavo, Inc. is a fintech provider of industry-leading, automated dispute management solutions to issuing financial institutions. Quavo's Disputes as a Service™ offering features automated software, automated intelligence technology, and human intelligence services for financial organizations of all sizes. Our goal is to establish and advance the industry standard in fraud and dispute management by instituting best-in-class principles, delivering unparalleled technology, and advocating for change in our community. We offer full, end-to-end automation software for managing fraud and disputes, supported with complete Reg E, Reg Z, Nacha compliance, and network mandates. Quavo's offering includes QFD™ automated dispute management software, ARIA™ fraud management automated intelligence, and Dispute Resolution Experts™ human intelligence services. Quavo believes in providing a supportive and collaborative environment where the best financial and tech minds work together to drive client success, providing groundbreaking dispute management software and solutions.

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USQ Expands Investment Platform with PREDEX Acquisition

USQ, Chatham Financial | August 02, 2022

Union Square Capital Partners, LLC, announced today it acquired the management of PREDEX, a real estate-focused interval fund. PREDEX (Ticker: PRDEX) has $163 million in AUM as of July 27, 2022, bringing total assets of USQ interval funds to approximately $400 million. “True diversification matters, and most investors have been reminded of that over the first half of this year,” said Thomas Miller, Chief Executive Officer of Union Square Capital Partners. Since both funds were launched, they have consistently demonstrated that non-correlation to the broader markets while still delivering strong risk-adjusted returns is possible, both having a three-year correlation of just -0.02 to the S&P 500 Index as of June 30, 2022. During the same period, the USQ Core Real Estate Fund (Ticker: USQIX) delivered an annualized return of 10.46%, while PRDEX delivered an annualized return of 12.09%. USQ’s first fund, USQIX, has a primary investment objective to generate a return comprised of both current income and long-term capital appreciation with moderate volatility and low correlation to the broader markets. USQ implements this strategy by investing in the core private equity real estate funds that comprise the NCREIF Fund Index — Open-end Diversified Core Equity (“NFI-ODCE”). PREDEX likewise serves as a gateway to private core real estate but implements a slightly different approach that allows for a portion of assets to be held in funds outside of the NFI-ODCE Index. “We are excited to join the USQ team and feel they are a perfect partner to support growing the PREDEX fund,” said J. Grayson Sanders, founder of PREDEX. “We are excited to join the USQ team and feel they are a perfect partner to support growing the PREDEX fund,” said J. Grayson Sanders, founder of PREDEX. The expansion of the USQ strategies is aligned with long-term plans for the firm. “This acquisition highlights our commitment to growing our asset management business through both organic growth and strategic acquisitions,” said Matt Henry, Managing Partner and Founder of USQ and Chief Executive Officer of Chatham Financial. The performance quoted represents past performance. Past performance does not guarantee future results. The current performance may be lower or higher than the performance data quoted. The investment return and principal value of the Fund will fluctuate; an investor’s shares, when redeemed, may be worth more or less than their original cost. Performance data current to the most recent month end may be obtained by calling 1-833-877-3863 for USQIX or 1-877-940-7202 for PRDEX. Fund returns reflect actual fee waivers and reimbursement of expenses for the time periods represented. Had fees and expenses not been waived and reimbursed, returns would have been lower. See each fund’s prospectus for more information on current fees and expenses. About USQ USQ, a wholly owned subsidiary of Chatham Financial Corp., is an investment management firm providing access to inventive strategies for real asset investing. The USQ platform leverages in-depth knowledge of real estate financing complexities to offer modern investing approaches spanning the needs from registered investment advisors to institutional investors. Union Square Capital Partners, LLC brings low-cost, institutional private real estate to wealth managers. About Chatham Financial Chatham Financial is the largest independent financial risk management advisory and technology firm. A leader in debt and derivative solutions, Chatham provides clients with access to in-depth knowledge, innovative tools, and an incomparable team of over 600 employees to help mitigate risks associated with interest rate, foreign currency, and commodity exposures. Founded in 1991, Chatham serves more than 3,000 companies across a wide range of industries — handling over $750 billion in transaction volume annually and helping businesses maximize their value in the capital markets, every day. To learn more, visit chathamfinancial.com.

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Calculum and LSQ Partner for Supply Chain Finance Analytics

LSQ | January 11, 2023

On January 10, 2023, LSQ and Calculum informed they would work together to combine LSQ’s working capital and supply chain finance solutions with Calculum's data analytics and technical know-how. The strategic partnership between LSQ and Calculum streamlines as well as combines spend and supplier analytics to find ways to improve payment terms, offer financing solutions, and reduce the risk for both domestic and international trade. As a part of this project, LSQ will be using Calculum's web-based Ada® platform to offer data analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) and help clients negotiate and optimize better payment terms and compare themselves to their competitors. Brittany Hooper, Director of Strategic Partnerships at LSQ expressed, "LSQ and Calculum share a common goal: to ensure the stability and enhance the efficiency of our clients' financial supply chains, while unlocking the value of their payment terms." She further stated, "The collaboration helps us further our vision and expertise in financial supply chains and offer additional insights and tools for our corporate clients to unlock working capital and improve margins." (Source: PR Newswire) Calculum's VP of Global Sales, Pedro Rojas, sees cooperation as crucial to helping organizations maximize efficiency, working capital, and success in today's complex, technology-driven supply chains. Adding to this, he said, "The combination of Calculum and LSQ is exponential in its impact, and we are excited to bring this to market. "Calculum brings the data insights via AI analytics and LSQ the execution platform and liquidity options," he concluded. (Source: PR Newswire) Management of invoices and working capital is optimized using Calculum and LSQ. These financial systems and services provide a quick return on investment, the ability to monitor everything from the point of origin to the end of the payment, and also improve supplier relationships. About LSQ LSQis a well-known name in working capital financing and payment solutions. With the fastest and easiest platform, on-demand payments, and data-driven credit and risk analysis, the company helps businesses and suppliers maximize cash flow and avoid risk. The Orlando-based company pioneered working capital finance and payments solutions. For more than 25 years, it has helped thousands of businesses improve their working capital, automate and speed up payments, and reduce risk by using new technology, credit, and risk expertise. As a result, LSQ accelerates billions in corporate and supplier payments annually and simplifies access to working capital so all businesses can grow and prosper.

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Fintech Provider Quavo Fraud & Disputes Completes PCI Renewal

Quavo, Inc. | December 16, 2022

Fintech provider Quavo Fraud & Disputes has announced their completion and renewal of the 3.2.1 version of the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard Requirements and Security Assessment Procedures. Quavo initially achieved its PCI DSS Version 3.2.1 certification in August of 2021. Attaining this renewal emphasizes Quavo's commitment to security and compliance, confirming that all required standards set by the PCI council were maintained throughout the evaluation period. The announcement comes as part of Quavo's dedication to executing the significance of client security and safety. "PCI renewal versus the initial completion means that our team has continued to exemplify procedures to safeguard sensitive card information set by the PCI council for an entire year. It's a huge accomplishment for the team and something I am very proud of. It is hard to achieve and maintain PCI compliance, and I appreciate our team being diligent about this," COO and Co-Founder David Chmielewski This year, the Quavo infrastructure team dedicated time to upholding the standards set by PCI DSS v3.2.1. As of November 2022, Quavo received validation that the company demonstrated continuous compliance under PCI DSS v3.2.1 and obtained a renewal accreditation. Quavo's presence on The Visa Global Registry of Service Providers is directly related to the company's ongoing commitment to PCI compliance. Nick Facca, Quavo's Director of Technology, detailed the magnitude of following the instituted procedures throughout the audit period. "Last year, we established ourselves as PCI compliant; with the renewal, we have set the standard that PCI compliance stands as Quavo's baseline data security." Looking to the future, Quavo will continue to work towards renewing its SOC 2 Type 2 certification and make strides in completing PCI DSS v4.0 requirements by 2024. About Quavo, Inc. Quavo, Inc. is a fintech provider of industry-leading, automated dispute management solutions to issuing financial institutions. Quavo's Disputes as a Service™ offering features automated software, automated intelligence technology, and human intelligence services for financial organizations of all sizes. Our goal is to establish and advance the industry standard in fraud and dispute management by instituting best-in-class principles, delivering unparalleled technology, and advocating for change in our community. We offer full, end-to-end automation software for managing fraud and disputes, supported with complete Reg E, Reg Z, Nacha compliance, and network mandates. Quavo's offering includes QFD™ automated dispute management software, ARIA™ fraud management automated intelligence, and Dispute Resolution Experts™ human intelligence services. Quavo believes in providing a supportive and collaborative environment where the best financial and tech minds work together to drive client success, providing groundbreaking dispute management software and solutions.

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USQ Expands Investment Platform with PREDEX Acquisition

USQ, Chatham Financial | August 02, 2022

Union Square Capital Partners, LLC, announced today it acquired the management of PREDEX, a real estate-focused interval fund. PREDEX (Ticker: PRDEX) has $163 million in AUM as of July 27, 2022, bringing total assets of USQ interval funds to approximately $400 million. “True diversification matters, and most investors have been reminded of that over the first half of this year,” said Thomas Miller, Chief Executive Officer of Union Square Capital Partners. Since both funds were launched, they have consistently demonstrated that non-correlation to the broader markets while still delivering strong risk-adjusted returns is possible, both having a three-year correlation of just -0.02 to the S&P 500 Index as of June 30, 2022. During the same period, the USQ Core Real Estate Fund (Ticker: USQIX) delivered an annualized return of 10.46%, while PRDEX delivered an annualized return of 12.09%. USQ’s first fund, USQIX, has a primary investment objective to generate a return comprised of both current income and long-term capital appreciation with moderate volatility and low correlation to the broader markets. USQ implements this strategy by investing in the core private equity real estate funds that comprise the NCREIF Fund Index — Open-end Diversified Core Equity (“NFI-ODCE”). PREDEX likewise serves as a gateway to private core real estate but implements a slightly different approach that allows for a portion of assets to be held in funds outside of the NFI-ODCE Index. “We are excited to join the USQ team and feel they are a perfect partner to support growing the PREDEX fund,” said J. Grayson Sanders, founder of PREDEX. “We are excited to join the USQ team and feel they are a perfect partner to support growing the PREDEX fund,” said J. Grayson Sanders, founder of PREDEX. The expansion of the USQ strategies is aligned with long-term plans for the firm. “This acquisition highlights our commitment to growing our asset management business through both organic growth and strategic acquisitions,” said Matt Henry, Managing Partner and Founder of USQ and Chief Executive Officer of Chatham Financial. The performance quoted represents past performance. Past performance does not guarantee future results. The current performance may be lower or higher than the performance data quoted. The investment return and principal value of the Fund will fluctuate; an investor’s shares, when redeemed, may be worth more or less than their original cost. Performance data current to the most recent month end may be obtained by calling 1-833-877-3863 for USQIX or 1-877-940-7202 for PRDEX. Fund returns reflect actual fee waivers and reimbursement of expenses for the time periods represented. Had fees and expenses not been waived and reimbursed, returns would have been lower. See each fund’s prospectus for more information on current fees and expenses. About USQ USQ, a wholly owned subsidiary of Chatham Financial Corp., is an investment management firm providing access to inventive strategies for real asset investing. The USQ platform leverages in-depth knowledge of real estate financing complexities to offer modern investing approaches spanning the needs from registered investment advisors to institutional investors. Union Square Capital Partners, LLC brings low-cost, institutional private real estate to wealth managers. About Chatham Financial Chatham Financial is the largest independent financial risk management advisory and technology firm. A leader in debt and derivative solutions, Chatham provides clients with access to in-depth knowledge, innovative tools, and an incomparable team of over 600 employees to help mitigate risks associated with interest rate, foreign currency, and commodity exposures. Founded in 1991, Chatham serves more than 3,000 companies across a wide range of industries — handling over $750 billion in transaction volume annually and helping businesses maximize their value in the capital markets, every day. To learn more, visit chathamfinancial.com.

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