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Project Cross Border

Project Cross Border offers members of The Payments Association with the passion and enthusiasm to play a significant role in how we support The Payments Association community on a global stage so as to gain new opportunities in new markets and verticals. We have just completed a Virtual Trade Mission within Asia covering Singapore, Hong Kong and Sydney where we worked with business partners, government bodies, trade associations and fintech operators in region to promote and educate the driving change and opportunity in the region through a range of mediums. The project will continue to look at innovation and change on a global stage so that The Payments Association community are provided the best opportunity to stay ahead of the curve.

Mission Statement

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.

Strategy and Approach 2023

FSB Roadmap

Develop a project plan of priority topics, on both a regional and global basis, citing the FSB’s roadmap for enhancing CBP

Community engagement

Raise awareness of the current challenges faced by TPA members identified through the market research in August 2022 

Policy Agenda

Continue the engagement strategy that allows the project to communicate with and influence relevant bodies at key industry moments. 

Project Cross Border Members

Kevin McAdam, VP Global Banking Services b-yond

Kamran Hedjri, Director, PXP Financial

Manish Garg, Managing Director, Banksly

Alex Lambeth, Head of Public Affairs, Crown Agents Bank

Tuna Guleryuz, Senior Product Marketing, arf 

Luke Cutajar, Director, Customer Services, Ripple

Phil Mochan, Founder & CEO, Nomos Digital

Chryssi Chorafa, CEO, StarLix

Past Project Initiatives

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