• Payments Forum Payments Forum The Payments Forum promotes the cooperation among the community of payments and financial market infrastructures’ senior managers and experts from Latin American and Caribbean central banks.
  • Yellow Books Yellow Books The Yellow Books is a series of country reports describing regulatory, institutional and operational aspects of the payments and financial market infrastructures of each country in Latin America and the Caribbean.
  • Payments Week Payments Week The Payments Week is the annual meeting that brings together authorities of payments and financial market infrastructures from all over the region, major international organizations and industry representatives to discuss topical issues and to monitor international developments.
  • WGPS-LAC WGPS-LAC The Working Group on Payment System Issues of Latin America and the Caribbean is the supporting body of the Forum and its purpose is to address issues of common interest with the view to develop guidance and reference based on international standards and recommendations related to the proper functioning of payments and financial market infrastructures.



Regional Payments Week 2017

The Regional Payments Week brings together the payment system and market infrastructures authorities and experts from Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as special guests from the industry and members of the International Advisory Council of the WHF. The agenda for the 2017 edition includes issues related to: FinTech, Cyber Security, Digital Payments, Financial Inclusion, among others.


Yellow Book Statistics

The Yellow Book Statistics are a set of indicators from Latin American and Caribbean interbank, retail payments systems and market infrastructures for trading, clearing, settlement, custody and registry of financial assets. The Statistics are comprised of national data collected among the central banks.


CPSS-IOSCO Principles: Implications and challenges from the perspective of Latin America and the Caribbean

Analysis of the implications for payment systems and market infrastructures of the region against the adoption of the new CPSS-IOSCO Principles. The report emphasizes on novelties and challenges for authorities in surveillance, necessary developments and cooperation.