As momentum builds behind The Clearing House’s RTP network and details begin to emerge around the Federal Reserve Banks’ FedNow rails, many fraud and AML executives are monitoring the market forces and regulatory climate in the U.K. to see if the U.S. will experience similar patterns in fraud and money movement.
As payment fraud tactics have become more sophisticated and the volume of attacks has grown, the capabilities to detect and prevent these threats has also evolved.
This panel will discuss:
- Whether RTP and FedNow will amplify fraud and money movement
- The table stakes for securing those rails
- The role that client experience will play in detecting fraud attempts
- The implications of having network-based fraud and money movement controls for beneficiary banks