The value of cross-border payments globally is estimated to increase from almost $150 trillion in 2017 to over $250 trillion by 2027.
However, in November 2020, the G20 agreed that:
“The pandemic has reaffirmed the need to enhance global cross-border payment arrangements to facilitate cheaper, faster, more inclusive and more transparent payment transactions, including for remittances”
Project Cross-Border has the specific purpose to help identify and increase awareness of the technology in the market that is transforming the cross-border payments eco-system for its users and providers, as well as informing the evolving regulatory landscape.
Project Cross Border sent a survey round to our members asking ‘What cross border payment challenges do they face today?’ Click here to view the results.
Kevin McAdam – VP of Global Banking Services, b-yond
Vikesh Patel – Head of Securities Strategy, SWIFT
Kamran Hedjri – Director, PXP Financial
David Lambert – CEO, Transact365
Mina Louka – CEO, B2B Payment Solutions
Alex Lambeth – Head of Public Affairs, Crown Agents Bank
Manish Garg – Managing Director, Banksly
Pratik Chitre – Head of Business Development, DECTA
Chryssi Chorfara – Founder & CEO StarLix
Errikos Andreakos – CCO, Martrust
Ruchi Arora – Managing Director, Currencies Direct
John Casanova – Partner, Sidley Austin
Elmar Leissle – Head of Market Development and Cross Border Payments, Visa
Marc Escoffier – Business Development Director, Visa
Tuna Guleryuz – Senior Product Marketing, Arf
Ali Dural – Business Development Manager, Multipass
Phil Mochan – Founder & CEO, Nomos Digital
Luke Catajar – Director Customer Success, Ripple
Kasia Gruszka – Transaction Risk & AML Officer, PXP Financial