Capsys was approached by the Editorial Board of the Journal of Digital Banking, London with a request to publish an article based on the planned presentation of Róbert Kiszely, Director of Professional Services, at the 4th Instant Payment Summit conference.
We present hereunder the article published in the November 2020 issue of JDB, co-written by Robert Kiszely and Jozsef Czimer, Manager of Capsys London Office. The article was also published in the September 2020 issue of the Hungarian Banking Associations's journal Economy and Finance.
Instant payment as a service has become a norm in the payments market not only in Europe but worldwide. This process has also been marked by a special conference devoted to the instant payments notion. Capsys participated already in the first round of the series of this conference in Brussels in...
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