The aim of this webinar is to provide a comprehensive understanding of today’s payments infrastructures together with a considered view as to where the payments industry is heading.
Technology, innovations and new participants have changed payments forever. The pace of change is ever accelerating. What was big, bright and new yesterday is old-hat today.
The COVID-19 pandemic has already changed payments in a massive way and promises to continue to do so. What has already changed and what can we still expect?
Banks, non-banks and even big tech are all vying for a dominant position in this critical field, which lies at the heart of all activities that involve a payment. Regulators too have joined in the fray.
So, what does the future hold? Join us and find out.
- Do you understand the full range of payments now available?
- Are you aware of all the new initiatives in the local and international payments space?
- What new features in mobile payments are available?
- Do you know who all the players are in the new payments world?
- What are the risk factors to all the participants in this new payments arena?
- How is regulation going to affect all the participants?
- What new initiatives are in the payments pipeline?
- How has the COVID-19 pandemic changed everything?
- The growing complexity of payments networks
- The effect of consumer preferences
- The threat from new entrants
- How banks are responding to the changing scene
- Open banking
- The future of global non-cash payments
- Current regulatory & industry initiatives
- COVID-19 and the payments industry
Who Should Attend
- Credit Unions
- Payments operators
- Credit card operators
- Multinational corporations
- Commercial firms
- Import/export firms
- Money managers
- Insurance companies
- Government and central banks
- Compliance managers
- Compliance analyst/investigators
- Risk managers
- Due diligence departments or individuals
- Financial intermediaries
- Finance officers
- Staff from the commercial and retail banks
- Foreign exchange dealers and brokerage companies