Banking Services – Orchestrating Swiss Payments
SIX operates, develops and digitalizes business and private payments for the Swiss financial center. Central to this is the infrastructure for interbank payments as well as services relating to debit card-based and mobile transactions. Within our four ecosystems, we cover most of the needs of financial institutions, software firms, companies and, increasingly, the Swiss population too. As our client and partner, this means you can benefit from orchestrated payments services – all in one place.
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In an age of digital transformation, SIX offers secure and convenient payment solutions for a sustainable Swiss financial center.
SIX offers smart, flexible solutions for banks issuing debit cards. Our issuing processing is precisely tailored to cardholders’ needs.
SIX Is the Go-To-Market Partner for ATM and Cash Solutions
b. Link connects financial institutions with third party providers.
SIX offers payments processing services between financial institutions.
SIX is involved in several committees focused on questions of standardization concerning the national and international payment traffic.
b.Link – The Pioneering Link to Open Banking
Open banking is gaining in importance, also in Switzerland. The b.Link platform of SIX connects financial institutions with third party providers via standardized interfaces (API). It enables the exchange of payment transaction data and new digital services for end customers. For example, the account information (AIS) and payment submission (PSS) services. The b.Link Guide explains the most important aspects briefly and concisely.
New Debit Products and Services of SIX
With the new Debit Mastercard and Visa Debit card generation, your customers can now also pay online. SIX offers the most modern security standard with the 3-D Secure 2.0 authentication.
The New QR-bill – Making Payments Easier
The QR-bill is modernizing payments in Switzerland. You will find these in your inbox more frequently from 30 June 2020. You will recognize the QR-bill from the Swiss QR Code. This includes all the information required for a convenient, automated and efficient payment.
New White Paper: Future of Money
To answer questions about the future of cash, we need to think about how money might develop. What constitutes money, what form does it take and how is it used? All of this could be subject to dramatic change in the near future. The aim of the new Future of Money white paper is to help decision-makers set their strategic direction.
eBill: Seamless Payments in the Digital Future
From telephone and utility bills to hospital and credit card bills, with eBill, invoices can be sent directly to your online banking rather than via mail or email. You can view, check and pay these electronic invoices at any time in your online banking. Get everything under control in just a few clicks – and with the high level of security offered by online banking.
Open Banking – an Overview for the Swiss Financial Center
In a new document, the SBA assesses where the Swiss financial center stands in relation to open banking, and also talks about this position – “between hype and reality” – in its latest blog.
Paynet Supports Conversion of QR-Bill Data
The new QR-bill was launched in Switzerland on 30 June 2020. It will gradually replace the current payment slips. The QR-bill brings benefits for all market participants and the Swiss economy as a whole and lays the foundation for end-to-end digital financial processes.
clearit: QR-bill – the countdown is on
Swiss banks and software providers are in the final run-up. The post office counters are prepared for the QR-bill, too. The latest issue of the magazine clearit also features an interview with the Swiss association for the blind and visually impaired. They recognize a great deal of potential in the QR-bill.