Payments Benchmarks 2022 – presentation

Payments specialist Riley Steward speaks about CBDCs, payments oversight, staffing and more

Data from the Payments Benchmarks 2022 offers insights into the latest central bank thinking on digital currencies, the oversight of payments systems and the status of ISO 20022 implementation. Details are also provided on the staffing of payments divisions and the latest developments in the payments and settlement ecosystem.

The benchmarks indicate that central bankers are largely wary of crypto assets entering formal payments systems and that many central banks are testing or exploring

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