Solving the late payments challenge: Incomeing and The Co-operative bank launch 'Request To Pay' service

Banking technology platform provider BankiFi, in association with The Co-operative Bank, has launched a new Request to Pay (RTP) service: Incomeing. The service helps SMEs boost their cash flow by facilitating instant, cost-effective and secure collection of payments from their customers. The Co-operative Bank is the first UK provider to offer an open Request to Pay mobile application for not only its customers but also those that bank elsewhere.

Many micro and small businesses suffer as a result of high transaction fees, delayed or late payments, complex financial admin tasks and cash-flow disruption. According to research from the Federation of Small Businesses1, 30% of all payments to SMEs are late, at an average value of £6,142. Cognisant of the urgency around late payments the UK government recently announced an overhaul of the Prompt Payment Code (PPC), cutting the payment term in half to within 30 days. Further, McKinsey2 estimate that around 74% of an SME’s time is spent on ‘non-core activities’, including time-consuming administrative tasks.

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The Fintech Power 50 VIRTUAL Networking Event

Missing real life events too? We do and would love to reconnect with you by voice, face and lots of new content around Request to Pay for micro and small businesses, monitising OpenBanking and more!

September 22,  12:00pm - CEST, Virtual event

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Digital and business model innovation in a digital age – Conny will speak about Banking in a New World Order – with Purpose

June 3-4, Krakow, Poland

De toekomst van het betalingsverkeer

THE national conference on the Future of payments and transaction banking is being chaired by Conny connecting banks, PSPs, merchants and corporate customers. 

April 7, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Money2020 Asia

With Asia and in particular Singapore, Australia and New Zealand moving swiftly on Open Banking Conny will be at Money2020 to meet with the banks’that get it’. Please connect for a meeting: conny.dorrestijn@bankifi.com 

March 23-25, Singapore

UK – NL Cyber & Fintech Summit

As an Anglo Dutch company BankiFi is very fit to present at this bridge building event. Topics around PSD2, Fintechs and more – free registration

February 20, The Hague, The Netherlands

Open Banking Excellence

A discussion on Banking as a Platform with Mark Hartley, Founding Partner BankiFi

February 20, London, UK

The SME Open Banking Revolution

An Experian / Finextra webinar – BankiFi outlines why SME need and deserve it the most and why banks can make this happen.

February 13, Finextra webinar – free registration

NFI Nordic Finance Innovation – Doing Digital

Event launching Chris Skinner’s latest book. Conny will present on Doing Digital with Purpose – in a new world order.

February 12, Oslo, Norway

Open Banking and SCA Forum

Conny moderated and chaired this two-day event in Amsterdam,  4/5 February 2020 with an international host of banks presenting.

 

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