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Networking Events

Payments Roundtable

Sponsored by China UnionPay (USA) LLC
(Limited to Corporate Practitioners)

Discuss best practices and the latest initiatives in payments, including opportunities in the payment landscape, present desired future outcomes, corporate and merchant needs for faster payments, end-to-end electronification, streamlined cross-border payments and industry threats.

Payments Reception

Sponsored by China UnionPay (USA) LLC
(Limited to Corporate Practitioners)

Network with other corporate treasury and finance practitioners involved in payments strategy or payments operations.

See the full list of networking events.

 

Educational Sessions

Can We Pay You Now? Verizon’s ACH Journey

When Verizon set out to optimize its use of electronic payments, it opened the door to evaluating the business, its providers, and future strategic initiatives. Join this informative session to better understand how to evaluate and implement a new ACH provider. Discover best practices and how to avoid common pitfalls. Practical tips, including how to get your IT and operations staff onboard, you can leverage today in your payments business will be highlighted. Verizon will also share its outlook on payments in the consumer space, including the impact of same-day ACH.

Digging Deep on Cash: A Panel Discussion on Cash Logistics Trends and Innovations

Cash remains a prevalent form of payment in the retail space today. New offerings, some of which integrate with existing tools, create opportunities to drive treasury efficiency, reduce risk and improve working-capital management. In this discussion, executives from Starbucks, Nordstrom, Deloitte and Fifth Third Bank look at the macro-economic trends impacting the retail marketplace, how new payment forms are shaping the cash logistics challenge, and hot-button issues such as the risks associated with accepting cash.

U.S. Payment Trends: What the 2016 Federal Reserve Payment Study Tells Us

In our evolving and multi-faceted payment system, newly released findings from the 2016 Federal Reserve Payments Study provide a snapshot of retail noncash payment usage and fraud losses in the U.S. Attend this session to discover how quickly consumers and businesses are abandoning checks in favor of electronic payment methods. Using highlights and a data comparison from this unique series of surveys, attendees will gain a better understanding of the key trends in card usage and the growing fraud trends that currently exist.