Engagement and events

Making a real difference in addressing the existing challenges of cross-border payments needs full support from central banks and close collaboration with the private sector to be successful. This requires direct involvement of public and private sector actors in taking the programme forward. It is important that the views of the full range of stakeholders are heard. The CPMI is in regular contact with relevant stakeholders and seeks their input via conferences, workshops, consultations and surveys.

Ongoing: Call for managers of payment service level agreements and schemes to join cross-border payments task force

The CPMI is currently inviting managers of service level agreements and payment schemes who are interested in enhancing cross-border payments to nominate senior representatives to a newly established task force on service levels, see also the related press release. Starting in early 2022, the task force will meet every six to eight weeks, and its findings will feed into the development of a service level template that stakeholders can use as a starting point when establishing agreements. Expressions of interest in the task force should be emailed to cpmi@bis.org with "Service level task force" in the subject line by 14 January 2022.

BIS/CPMI events

Other events

22 Nov 2021 Bank of Italy and Monetary Authority of Singapore: Joint webinar on cross-border interlinking of fast payment systems
13 Oct 2021 Sibos 2021: A roadmap to enhance cross-border payments
27 Sep 2021 Bank of Italy: Enhancing digital and global infrastructures in cross-border payments: a webinar on the future of payments
19 Oct 2020 IMF Conference: Cross-Border Payments-A New Beginning
06 Oct 2020 Sibos 2020: Advancing cross-border payments