As the payments landscape evolves, we interpret the implications for the payments industry.
AusPayNet adopts an inquisitive and proactive mindset in responding to the requirements of the changing payments landscape. We interpret and respond to change by:
We share our insights and research through our blog, events and publications.
Find out about the key payments developments, emerging issues and trends that are shaping the future of payments in Australia and internationally.
We actively participate in and host a range of events and forums to share information, encourage debate and provide an opportunity for networking.
As the industry association and self-regulatory body, we work with industry stakeholders, government regulators and the wider community to provide thought leadership and policy development for the payments industry. Our aim is to foster an efficient, effective payment system.
We monitor payments fraud data collected across all financial institutions and card schemes to help strengthen the fight against fraud in Australia. This data is published twice-yearly to help inform Australian businesses and consumers about fraud trends and prevention.
Bringing industry and NSW Transport together, we developed the framework for 'Open-Loop' transit. We are supporting the Australian Payments Council as it considers an industry approach for 'Digital Identity'. The availability and use of data is also a focus as we explore an 'Open Banking' initiative.
Delivering the Best Customer Outcomes
AusPayNet's vision is convenient and secure payments for all. Our 2019 Annual Review outlines our work this year to deliver the best customer outcomes.
We invite you to read our 2019 Annual Review below.
With an open loop payment system, commuters can pay for transit just as they would for any other purchase using their contactless debit or credit card.
As we immerse ourselves in the digital world we need a quick, convenient, and secure way to identify ourselves online. Digital identity will be this vehicle.