Real-Time Global Payments Across 27 Countries
Banks join RippleNet to process cross-border payments in real time with end-to-end tracking and certainty. Banks can expand payments offerings into new markets that are otherwise too difficult or expensive to reach.
Meet customer demands for global reach with ease
Reduce total transaction costs with fewer liquidity requirements
Rely on RippleNet’s Rulebook for rules, standards and governance
One Integration Point
Plug in once to transact with any other RippleNet member bank
BOOK NEW CORPORATE CLIENTS
For the first time, banks can help global companies send on-demand payments around the world without fail. The opportunity: secure a greater share of cross-border payments volume.
INCREASE REMITTANCE REVENUES
Ripple helps banks’ customers send money to their loved ones in many emerging markets like Mexico, India and Thailand, to name a few. The opportunity: increase share of this large and growing market.
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How to Join RippleNet
Banks that rely on external liquidity providers to send payments overseas must establish, maintain and integrate across many correspondent banking relationships. With one access point, banks can use RippleNet to easily send payments around the world at a low cost.
Offers a standard interface to originate global payments over RippleNet.
- Key Features
- One simple API to reach new markets
- Instant settlement and confirmation
- Complete fee transparency
Banks using their own liquidity to send international payments face high operational costs, uncertainty, low visibility into nostro balances and long response times. Ripple allows these banks to improve their customer experience while lowering operational costs.
Enables banks to message, clear and settle payments with light integration efforts and end-to-end tracking.
- Key Features
- Bidirectional messaging with rich data
- Real-time atomic settlement
- Standardized rules, formats and processes