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Video Q&A: central banks and payment networks of the future

George Evers (Mastercard) and Craig Ramsey (ACI Worldwide) discuss the evolving payments landscape and how the role of central banks has evolved in this space over the past few decades, specifically with regard to access requirements, operational mandates and supervisory oversight.

 

 

Craig Ramsey – head of real-time payments, ACI Worldwide

Craig has over 30 years’ experience working with banks. He has been with ACI for more than 20 years, providing specialist consulting and solutions to wholesale banking customers. Through the initiatives of the euro, SwiftNet, CLS, Target2, Sepa, and being a member of the Faster Payments Council Advisory Board in the US, Craig has helped customers leverage the power of the ACI solutions to ensure that the business needs are met.

George Evers – senior vice-president, real-time payments, Mastercard

George has spent the last 18 years driving technology innovations in financial services, leading product and strategy development across emerging technologies and enabling digital transformation for banks. He is a huge advocate of providing more businesses and consumers with access to modernised payment systems and delivering on the potential for these new systems.

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