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Payments Benchmarks 2024 report – towards tokenisation

Benchmarks highlight optimism on tokenisation, hostility to crypto and efforts to upgrade RTGS

The Payments Benchmarks 2024 highlight how central banks see benefits in emerging technology. Nearly three-quarters of respondents think the opportunities from tokenisation outweigh the challenges the technology poses. Meanwhile, two-thirds of respondents are close to completing upgrades to the RTGS system and expect these to go live in the next year. Central banks are developing cross-border links, digital currency and other innovations to raise the efficiency of global payments.

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Asia-Pacific leads payments diversification

Benchmarking data shows wide disparity between geographies as payment systems evolve. The majority of Asia-Pacific economies (62.5%) are seeing the payment system diversify. By contrast, in Europe the payments market is largely unchanged over the past year.

For the full breakdown, use the benchmarking service’s interactive charts to explore the data.

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Model banks analysis – Payments 2024

Breakdowns of key data from the payments benchmark shed light on how the function is governed

Payments Benchmark Data

Payments data

View the full breakdown of responses to the Payments Benchmarks.

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Payments 2021

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