Data: Real-time payments go corporate
New architecture for real-time payments went live in recent months in key global markets, expanding B2B payment options for financial institutions and their corporate customers.
In the U.S., The Clearing House launched its own instant payments brand last fall at the same moment when instant cross-border payments became available in Europe.
It’s very early in the adoption cycle and the majority of U.S. corporations are still just learning about the technology, several recent surveys suggest. What follows is a look at the perceptions of corporate finance and treasury managers so far as they begin to explore real-time payments in collaboration with financial institutions.