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  • Payment Systems Review FISCAL YEAR 2017-18

    Payment Systems Department

  • Payment Systems Review FY2017-18

    Payment Systems Department 2

    Table of Contents

    1. Overview ................................................................................................................................ 4

    2. Payment Systems in Pakistan ............................................................................................... 4

    2.1 Large-Value Payment System ....................................................................................... 5

    2.2 Retail Payment Systems ................................................................................................. 6

    2.2.1 E-Banking Infrastructure ........................................................................................... 6

    2.2.2 E-Banking Transactions ............................................................................................ 7

    2.2.3 Paper-based Transactions ........................................................................................ 12

    3. Major Developments in Payment Systems ......................................................................... 13

    3.1 Payment Systems Designation ..................................................................................... 13

    3.2 Guideline for Clearing Operations ............................................................................. 13

    3.3 New PRISM Operating Rules ..................................................................................... 13

    3.4 Electronic Funds Transfers (EFT) Regulations ........................................................ 14

    3.5 Guidelines for White Label ATM Operators ............................................................ 14

    3.6 PRISM system Special Participant ............................................................................. 14

    4. Conclusion ........................................................................................................................... 15

    List of Tables

    Table 1 - Payment Systems Snapshot (June, 2018) ............................................................................ 3

    Table 2 - Comparative Summary of Payment Systems ..................................................................... 4

    Table 3 - Payment Systems Infrastructure ....................................................................................... 16

    Table 4 - Payment Cards Composition ............................................................................................. 16

    Table 5 - Payment System Transactions (Summary) ....................................................................... 17

    Table 6 - PRISM System Transactions ............................................................................................. 18

    Table 7 - Real-Time Online Branches (RTOBs) Transactions ....................................................... 18

    Table 8 - ATMs Transactions ............................................................................................................ 19

    Table 9 - Internet Banking Transactions .......................................................................................... 19

    Table 10 - Mobile Phone Banking Transactions .............................................................................. 20

    Table 11 - Call Center/ IVR Banking Transactions ......................................................................... 20

    Table 12 - Payment Cards Vs. Channel Transactions ..................................................................... 21

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    Table 1 - Payment Systems Snapshot (June, 2018)

    Items As on end June, 2018

    Population (Million)1 207.77

    Currency in Circulation2 (Rs. Trillion) 4.6

    Number of Banks’ Accounts3 50,565,334

    Technology Infrastructure4

    Basic Telephony Subscribers (Million) 3

    Basic Telephony Tele-density % 1.30

    Cellular Subscribers (Million) 150

    Cellular Tele-density % 72.81

    Broadband Subscribers 58

    Broadband Penetration Rate % 28.27

    3G/4G Subscribers (Million) 56

    3G/4G Penetration Rate % 27.18

    Payment Systems Infrastructure

    Number of Banks (and their branches) 45(14,970)

    Commercial/Specialized5 34(13,908)

    Microfinance 11(1,062)

    Number of Banks having:

    ATMs 32

    Point of Sale 9

    Internet Banking 28

    Mobile Phone Banking 20

    Call Center Banking 21

    Number of PRISM System Participants 43

    Number of Registered e-Commerce Merchants 1,094

    Total Number of ATMs 14,019

    Number of ATMs Interoperable Switches 1

    Number of Cash Deposits Machines (CDMs) 52

    Total Number of POS Machines 53,511

    Payment System Transactions 2017-18

    Payment Channels Volume (Million)

    Value

    (Rs. Billion)

    PRISM System 1.7 361,048.2

    RTOBs 165.7 39,857.7

    ATMs 470.6 5,549.4

    POS 63.5 297.0

    Internet Banking 31.2 1,262.4

    Mobile Phone Banking 21.8 409.8

    Call Centers/IVR Banking 0.3 8.7

    e-Commerce 3.4 18.7

    Paper-based Transactions 466.5 150,362.3

    1 Latest Population Census-2017 2As on June,2018 Monthly Statistical Bulletin, SBP 3 As on December,2017 is used 4 www.PTA.gov.pk As on June,2018 5 Includes overseas branches

    http://www.pta.gov.pk/

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    1. Overview

    In recent years, the payment and settlement systems of the country has been significantly

    changing on the account of State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) efforts to promote digital payments

    as alternative to cash. New regulations such as Payment Systems Designation Framework,

    Guidelines for Clearing Operations, new rules for PRISM system, Electronic Fund Transfer

    Regulation and Guidelines for White Labels ATMs have been issued by SBP in the current

    fiscal year to provide a level playing field to all the stakeholders.

    During the year FY18, country’s core payment systems infrastructure remained operationally

    resilient. All the channels of payment systems showed significant growth compared to the

    previous year. The large-value payment system i.e. Pakistan Real Time Interbank Settlement

    Mechanism (PRISM) processed 1.7 million transactions amounting Rs.361.0 trillion. These

    transactions showed significant growth of 54.5% and 29.2% in both volume and value of

    transactions compared to previous year i.e. FY17. In these transactions, the transactions with

    regards to the 3rd Party customers’ transfers has the highest share of 1.3 million transactions

    (i.e. 79% of the overall recorded transactions) whereas Government securities settlement

    transactions have the highest share of Rs.256 trillion in value of transactions (i.e. 71% of the

    overall transactions)

    The e-Banking channels i.e. real time online branches (RTOB), ATMs, e-Commerce, Internet,

    Mobile Phone and Call Centers/ IVR Banking collectively processed 756.4 million transactions

    of value Rs.47.4 trillion. These transactions showed significant growth of 20.9% and 27.8% in

    both volume and value of transactions compared to previous year i.e. FY17.

    A brief summary of comparative position is as under:

    Table 2 - Comparative Summary of Payment Systems

    (Volume in Million and Value in Rs. Trillion)

    Payment Systems FY17 FY18 Growth

    Volume Value Volume Value Volume Value

    PRISM 1.1 279.5 1.7 361.0 54.5% 29.2%

    e-Banking 625.8 37.1 756.4 47.4 20.9% 27.8%

    Paper-based 451.8 139.6 466.5 150.4 3.3% 7.7%

    2. Payment Systems in Pakistan

    SBP, the central banks of the country, is the integral part and a regulator of the country’s

    payment systems. It perform the catalyst role as an operator, monitor, supervisor, regulator and

    set future directions.

    The key payment infrastructure of the country comprises the following:

    1. Commercial Banks.

    2. Microfinance Banks.

    3. Development Finance Institutions (DFIs).

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    4. Pakistan Real-time Interbank Settlement Mechanism (PRISM) - The Real time gross

    Settlement System (RTGS) of Pakistan.

    5. National Institutional Facilitation Technologies (Pvt.) Ltd. (NIFT) - A paper based

    semi- automated Clearinghouse.

    6. 1LINK – A Switch for ATM, IBFT and Utility Bill Payments.

    7. Central Depository Company

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