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SIC: Switzerland's new electronic interbank payment system

It is an article of faith among American bankers and their regulators that some daylight overdrafts are necessary to the efficient functioning of large-dollar wire transfer systems. But the Swiss have injected an element of doubt by developing a system that does away with daylight overdrafts. Their new system processes a payment only if sufficient clearing funds are on deposit in the sending banks reserve account. If sufficient funds are not available, the payment is held in a queue until covering funds have arrived. Vital and Mengle describe the first eighteen months of the systems operation.
Economic Review , Volume 74 , Issue Nov , Pages 12-27

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Large-dollar payment flows from New York

Quarterly Review , Volume 12 , Issue Win

Journal Article
Intraday credit: risk, value, and pricing

An abstract for this article is not available
Economic Review , Volume 73 , Issue Jan , Pages 3-14

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Fed announces changes in measuring and pricing daylight overdrafts

Financial Update , Issue Jan , Pages 1-3

Journal Article
New rules aim to clarify overdraft information

New amendments to Regulation DD address how banks inform their customers about bounced-check protection services.
Financial Update , Volume 18 , Issue Q 3

Journal Article
The Federal Reserve’s intraday credit policies evolve with the times

Financial Update , Volume 15 , Issue Apr , Pages 4

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Federal Reserve Board proposes new daylight overdraft measurement procedures

Financial Update , Issue Win , Pages 1, 4-6

Price-increasing competition: the curious case of overdraft versus deferred deposit credit

We find that banks charge more for overdraft credit when depositors have access to a potential substitute: deferred deposit ("payday") credit. We attribute this rise in prices partly to adverse selection created by banks' practice of charging a flat fee regardless of the overdraft amount--pricing that favors depositors prone to large overdrafts. When deferred deposit credit priced per dollar borrowed is available, depositors prone to small overdrafts switch to that option. That selection works against banks; large overdrafts cost more to supply and, if depositors default, banks lose more, ...
Staff Reports , Paper 391

Working Paper
Pricing daylight overdrafts

An examination of three policy problems associated with daylight credit and an evaluation of three reform proposals to alleviate the payment system risk associated with Federal Reserve Banks' extension of daylight credit to financial institutions.
Working Papers (Old Series) , Paper 8816

Working Paper
Recurrent overdrafts: a deliberate decision by some prepaid cardholders?

Overdrafts have been an ongoing concern of policymakers, and they are one of the main issues being considered for prepaid card rules that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is currently drafting. Despite regulatory interventions and heated debate between proponents and opponents of further intervention, little research has been conducted to understand the overdraft behavior of prepaid cardholders. This paper attempts to fill that gap by analyzing a large micro-level dataset of general purpose reloadable (GPR) prepaid cardholders. We find that a small percentage of GPR prepaid ...
Research Working Paper , Paper RWP 14-8


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