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Payment Systems Worldwide : Summary Outcomes of the Fifth Global Payment Systems Survey (Vol. 6) : Section Five (Inglês)

The global payment systems survey (GPSS) was launched for the first time in 2007. This tool has assisted authorities and policy makers worldwide in making meaningful cross-country comparisons and assess progress in national payments system development and has facilitated dissemination of best practices. The fifth and latest iteration, GPSS 2018, shows generalized progress in most areas. In particular, in global terms more payments are being made with instruments other than cash reflecting a safer, more efficient, and more inclusive provision of payment and settlement services. The legal and regulatory framework for payments has been strengthened. One of the focus points of GPSS 2018 was fast payments. Forty-three percent of respondents indicated that a fast payments system or service is already operational in their jurisdictions, with high-income Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) economies leading in their implementation. GPSS 2018 was expanded to include a specific section covering innovative payment services that are provided directly to end users, and another specific section covering Fintech. In the area of innovative payment services, a majority of countries indicated availability of the following services: provision of payment gateways for e-commerce, mobile money services, quick response (QR) code payment acceptance, and mobile money payment acceptance. This note provides results of the analysis of the qualitative data collected through the fifth GPSS. The purpose of this analysis is to identify trends in the underlying legal, regulatory, and oversight frameworks and the infrastructure foundations that underpin the safe and efficient provision of payment and settlement services.




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