Societe Generale Chooses FIS Managed Solution to Provide Instant Payments for Corporate Clients in Europe
- Leading financial services firm chooses FIS Payments-as-a-Service solution to offer real-time payments to corporate clients in nine European countries.
- FIS managed solution enables financial institutions to cost effectively take advantage of emerging real-time payments schemes.
One of the leading financial services groups in
Societe Generale will use the FIS Payments-as-a-Service (PaaS) solution to serve its corporate clients in
“Our corporate clients are hungry for the speed, flexibility and improved liquidity enabled by real-time payments,” said Nicolas Cailly, Head of Payments & Cash Management Solutions at Societe Generale. “The FIS Payments-as-a-Service solution provided a proven, cost-effective platform for us to move to real-time payments and provide the benefits of the SCT Inst scheme to our clients across Europe.”
“More financial institutions around the world are looking to take advantage of real-time payments for their customers,” said
The FIS PaaS solution meets the requirements of the ISO20022 international payments standard related to all aspects of real-time payments processing, including reconciliation, settlement, Anti Money Laundry screen and other regulatory requirements. The solution supports a growing range of payment schemes covering batch and real-time payments such as SEPA Instant Credit Transfer (SCT Inst), Clearing House Automated Payment System (CHAPS) and Faster Payments System (FPS).
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