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Discussion Paper
Credit, debit, or ACH: consequences & liabilities a comparison of the differences in consumer liabilities

A number of recent initiatives have encouraged use of debit cards and ACH debits/credits for Internet sales transactions. This paper outlines the different statutory and regulatory protections available to consumers and financial institution based upon the method by which payment is made.
Occasional Paper; Emerging Payments , Paper EPS-2001-3

Journal Article
Fed ACH survey shows openness to automated transactions

Financial Update , Volume 12 , Issue Jan , Pages 4-5

Journal Article
Financial crises and the payments system: lessons from the National Banking Era

Since the Great Depression, the Fed has historically intervened during potential financial crises to ensure that financial market participants were provided with the liquidity necessary to complete their transactions. In recent years, this part of the Fed's role in the payments system has come under increased scrutiny as advances in computer and communications technology have led to increases in the liquidity of many types of financial claims and to the creation of new financial markets and new forms of payment. Recent years have also seen passage of legislation designed to more precisely ...
Economic Review , Volume 80 , Issue Sep , Pages 15-31

Enhancing payment system speed, efficiency and security

Keynote remarks at the TCH Annual Payments Symposium and Business Meeting, New York City.
Speech , Paper 111

Journal Article
Controlling payments system risk

FRBSF Economic Letter

Journal Article
Adoption of revised Policy Statement on Privately Operated Multilateral Settlement Systems

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue Aug

Conference Paper
Online payments: challenges and opportunities

Proceedings , Paper 750

Working Paper
Close but not a central bank: The New York Clearing House and issues of clearing house loan certificates

The paper examines the New York Clearing House (NYCH) as a lender of last resort by looking at clearing-house-loan-certificate borrowing during five banking panics of the National Banking Era (1863?1913). In that system, adequate aggregate liquidity provision was passive and dependent upon member bank borrowing. We document bank borrowing behavior using bank-level data for clearing-house loan certifi cates issued to NYCH member banks. The historical record reveals that the large New York City banks behaved in ways that resembled those of a central bank in 1884 and in 1890, but less so in the ...
Working Papers (Old Series) , Paper 1308



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