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Agenda

Schedule at a Glance*
*Schedule is subject to change
Tuesday, September 26

6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Welcome Reception (Optional for all attendees) Sponsored By
MAG_sponsor_AmEx

Wednesday, September 27

7:30 a.m.

Networking Breakfast Sponsored By
MAG_sponsor_CardinalCommerce

8:30 a.m.
Optional Education Session: Payments 101: An Overview of US Payment Network
Presenter: Rene Pelegero (President & Managing Director, Retail Payments Global Consulting Group) 

10:00 a.m.
Networking Break
10:30 a.m. 

Optional Education Session: Payments 201: Advanced Payments
Presenter: Rene Pelegero (President & Managing Director, Retail Payments Global Consulting Group) 

12:00 p.m.

Networking Lunch

1:00 p.m.
Merchant Only Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
     Mass Merchant
     eCommerce
     Petroleum/Convenience Stores
     Small Ticket/Restaurant

2:00 p.m. 

Networking Break Sponsored By
Discover Global Network logo

2:15 p.m
MAG Sponsor Ted Talks
MAG Sponsors will present short Ted-Talk style presentations in 2 concurrent rooms.

Accertify, Inc.
Managing Fraud in a 1-Click Checkout World

2:15 - 2:35 p.m.

CardinalCommerce Corporation

How the Blurred Lines of eCommerce Impact Authentication in Digital Commerce 
2:15 - 2:35 p.m.

FIS / NYCE Payments Network
Universal Representation of a Consumer’s Identity – Is it possible?
 
2:45 - 3:05 p.m.

Omnyway
Smart stores in the era of the connected shopper

2:45 - 3:05 p.m.

Sionic Mobile Corporation
Connected Commerce Across Multi-Vertical Channels
 
3:15 - 3:35 p.m.

STAR Network
Debit in the Age of Connected Commerce 
 
3:15 - 3:35 p.m.

True Group, Inc.
Responding to the New Definition of Commerce: Strategies and tactics to position your organization for future success and sustainability
 
3:45 - 4:05 p.m.

Worldpay US, Inc.
It’s Not Your Father’s Commerce Any More
 
3:45 - 4:05 p.m.

Auriemma Consulting Group
New Customer Experiences and Expectations in Omnichannel Commerce
 
4:15 - 4:35 p.m.

Oliver Wyman
Friend, foe, or somewhere in between? The partnership landscape in connected commerce
4:15 - 4:35 p.m.

American Express
The evolving role of payments brought to you by American Express
 
4:45 - 5:05 p.m.

Optimized Payments Consulting, Inc.
Measuring Connected Commerce
4:45 - 5:05 p.m.


 5:30 p.m.
 Networking Evening Event Sponsored By
BAMS logo
Thursday, September 28
***GENERAL SESSION ***
 


7:30 a.m.

Networking Breakfast Sponsored By
Samsung Pay logo
8:30 a.m.

Opening Remarks – Mark Horwedel (CEO, Merchant Advisory Group)

8:40 a.m. 
Keynote: Ten Times Better: Maximize Performance Through Big Data 
Jeff Ma Headshot
Presenter: Jeff Ma (CEO and Co-founder, tenXer)
9:45 a.m. 
Networking Break 
10:15 a.m. 
Top of Wallet in Digital Commerce: The Critical Role of Default Payments 
Moderator: David True (Partner, PayGility Advisors)
Panelist: Troy Carrothers (SVP Credit and Customer Service, Kohl's Department Stores, Inc)
Panelist: Michael Roberts (Chief Marketing and Digital Strategy Officer, Bank of America Merchant Services)
Panelist: Scott Moeller (Chairman and CEO, mSHIFT, Inc.)
Panelist: Raman Walia (Director, Consumer Payments , The Walt Disney Company)

11:15 a.m. 
Keynote: In Conversation with Craig Vosburg & John Drechny: Advancing Payment Innovations Together 
Craig Vosburg PhotoJohn Drechny Photo
Presenter: Craig Vosburg (President, North America, Mastercard) 
Presenter: John Drechny (Senior Director of Payment Services, Walmart)

12 p.m. 
Networking Lunch
1 p.m. 
Ensuring a competitive EMV landscape / The state of the US Common AID 
Moderator: Itai Sela (CEO, B2 Payments USA)
Panelist: Patty Walters (SVP, Security, EMV and Terminal Products, Vantiv)  
Panelist: Allen Friedman (VP of Payment Solutions, Ingenico Group)
Panelist: Steve Mathison (SVP US Network Acceptance, First Data) 
Panelist: Drago Dzerve (Head of Product, Verifone)

1:55 p.m. 
Improving the Payments Landscape 
Presenters: Laura Townsend (SVP, Operations, Merchant Advisory Group) and Kristy Cook (Director of Payment Acceptance Technology, Target Stores)

2:30 p.m. 
Networking Break Sponsored By
Discover Global Network logo

3 p.m. 
CNP Fraud Mitigation Agility: What Is Your Strategy and How Should You Fill Gaps?
Moderator: Guy Berg (VP, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis) 
Panelist: Leland Englebardt (Practice Leader, Financial Services, UpshotAdvisors LLC)
Panelist: Todd Thayer (Executive Director, Product Management Director, J.P. Morgan)
Panelist: Adam Marzolf (Director, eCommerce Fraud Risk, Best Buy)
Panelist: Bryan Penny (VP, Payments and New Markets, Nordstrom)


3:55 p.m. 
Announcement of MAG Exhibitor Quest Game Prize Winners 
4 p.m. 
The Quest for a more Secure Payment Network – How does the ecosystem get there?
Presenter: Todd Aadland (SVP Payments Security Strategy Leader, Federal Reserve)
Presenter: Maria Arminio (President & CEO, Avenue B Consulting)
Presenter: Roger Applewhite (SVP, MagTek, Inc.)
Presenter: David Keenan (Senior Vice President, Network Solutions & Risk, Fiserv)
Presenter: Steve Mott (Principal, BetterBuyDesign)
Presenter: Manish Nathwani (Sr. Vice President, Product Development, SHAZAM)
Presenter: Bryan Penny (VP, Payment and New Markets, Nordstrom)


5 p.m.

Closing Remarks – Mark Horwedel (CEO, MAG)

5:30 p.m. 

Networking Evening Event Sponsored By
MAG_JPMORGAN

Friday, September 29
***MERCHANT ONLY DAY***


7:30 a.m.

Networking Breakfast​ (All Non-Merchant Attendees)

8:30 a.m.
A Word from the MAG ChairmanJohn Drechny (Senior Director of Payment Services, Walmart)
8:40 a.m. 
Where Policy Intersects Payments
Moderator: Kathy Hanna (Sr. Director of Enterprise Payments and Store Support, The Kroger Co.)
Presenter: Barrie VanBrackle (Partner, Orrick )
Presenter: Doug Kantor (Government Affairs/Public Policy & Partner, Steptoe & Johnson)
Presenter: Kim Ford (SVP, Head of Government Affairs, First Data)
Presenter: Hannah Walker (Senior Director, Technology and Nutrition Policy, Food Marketing Institute)


9:55 a.m. 
Live In-Session Merchant Polling 
10:15 a.m.
Networking Break
10:45 a.m.

Merchant Only Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
     Mass Merchant
     eCommerce
     Petroleum/Convenience Stores
     Small Ticket/Restaurant

12:00 p.m.

SIG Report Back & Closing Remarks (Working lunch)

12:30 p.m.

Adjourn



 

Detailed Schedule*
*Schedule is subject to change
Tuesday, September 26

6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Welcome Reception (Optional for all attendees) 
American Express invites you to a kick-off reception to network with fellow payments professionals and enjoy some food and drink. Love bourbon? In partnership with Total Wine & More, there will be an experiential bourbon tasting provided by the award winning Texas-born Garrison Brothers Distillery, one of the frst and oldest legal whiskey distilleries in Texas. Plan now to attend and walk away with a surprise attendee giveaway!

Sponsored By
MAG_sponsor_AmEx

Wednesday, September 27

7:30 a.m.

Networking Breakfast Sponsored By
MAG_sponsor_CardinalCommerce

8:30 a.m.

Optional Education Session: Payments 101: An Overview of US Payment Network
Presenter: Rene Pelegero (President & Managing Director, Retail Payments Global Consulting Group) 

Rene Pelegero will cover the following topics:
                                         
Payments Framework: This section offers a way to organize the world of payments, identifying the roles and the relative functions of payment networks, payment instruments, and some of the newer payment technologies.

Credit and Debit Card Network Overview: Learn about the mechanics of card based payment networks. It describes the different payment card types, 3- and 4-corner card networks, single message and dual message networks, and credit cards vs. debit card networks. It describes the details of the different processing steps (e.g. Authorization, Clearing, and Settlement) and it outlines how disputes and exceptions are handled by these networks.

Automated Clearing House (ACH) Network Overview: This section reviews the mechanics of the ACH payment network. It describes its origins, how it is being utilized in retail situations. It describes ACH transaction flows as well as the dispute and exception handling for this network.

Payment Network Economics: This section contains a high level comparative overview of the economics of cards and ACH networks, including:

  • A high level overview of interchange and network fees paid by merchants on each transaction initiated by a payment card.
  • A high level overview of ACH fees and who pays/collects them.

10:00 a.m.
Networking Break
10:30 a.m. 

Optional Education Session: Payments 201: Advanced Payments
Presenter: Rene Pelegero (President & Managing Director, Retail Payments Global Consulting Group) 

This education session will provide an in-depth view on current payment topics and on industry trends with an economic and regulatory perspective and highlighting “trigger points” for the attendees to follow up on. The session will cover the following topics: 

  • Fees, Interchange, and Regulations  
  • ACH Advanced Topics  
  • Payment Cards Advanced Topics  
  • Disruptors

12:00 p.m.

Networking Lunch

1:00 p.m.
Merchant Only Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
     Mass Merchant
     eCommerce
     Petroleum/Convenience Stores
     Small Ticket/Restaurant

2:00 p.m. 

Networking Break Sponsored By
Discover Global Network logo

2:15 p.m

MAG Sponsor Ted Talks
MAG Sponsors will present short Ted-Talk style presentations in 2 concurrent rooms.

Accertify, Inc.
Managing Fraud in a 1-Click Checkout World
2:15 - 2:35 p.m.
Attendees will learn about the challenges of managing fraud in an omni-channel/1-click checkout world.

Merchants continue to look for ways to make the customer checkout experience fast and seamless. They want to provide the easiest way to convert the sale.  While overall sale conversion might increase, the Risk Teams cringe that fraud might slip through.  The Fraud Prevention experts must continue to explore how to mitigate losses while not rejecting good customers. This session will help provide suggestions on how to still keep your fraud chargebacks low, with low false positives in the omni-channel and 1-click checkout world.
Speaker: 
David Tahara (Director of Sales Engineering, Accertify, Inc.)

CardinalCommerce Corporation
How the Blurred Lines of eCommerce Impact Authentication in Digital Commerce 

2:15 - 2:35 p.m.
When consumers expect a seamless experience when shopping from any device, merchants need to be able to authenticate, or validate that the person attempting a digital purchase, actually is the cardholder. 

  • The answer is data. More data will help eliminate fraud, prevent false positives and ensure a friction-free consumer experience
  • Merchants and issuers need to be able to authenticate in real-time
  • With hundreds of data points available, authenticating cardholders has never been easier, faster, or able to deliver a friction-free user experience for legitimate buyers

Speaker: Chandra Balasubramanian (co-founder and CTO, CardinalCommerce Corporation)

FIS / NYCE Payments Network
Universal Representation of a Consumer’s Identity – Is it possible?

2:45 - 3:05 p.m.
Conventional wisdom tells us that Security and Convenience are inversely related. When security is increased to control the cost of fraud, customer convenience is diminished. When customers are offered increased convenience, security is sacrificed. Imagine a universal digital representation of a consumer’s identity allowing secure access to any online storefront or financial institution without multiple credentials. A network that is smart and flexible enough to apply the minimum friction required to authenticate a user within the context of each interaction. Attend this session to learn about key findings and what this universal network means for your business.
Speaker: Esther Pigg (Senior Vice President, Product Strategy, FIS / NYCE Payments Network)

Omnyway

Smart stores in the era of the connected shopper

2:45 - 3:05 p.m.
Current trends in smart stores, from self checkout to Amazon Go
What are some of the technologies available to enable a smart store
What are the user experiences that can be provided in such a store setup
Speaker: Mohammad Khan (President, Omnyway)

Sionic Mobile Corporation

Connected Commerce Across Multi-Vertical Channels

3:15 - 3:35 p.m.
Guests will learn how a connected commerce experience begins within a vehicle’s infotainment system including personalized offers and navigation to the commerce destination, transitioning seamlessly in the background to a mobile device once occupants step away from the vehicle to one-tap checkouts at the point of sale with any iOS or Android mobile device using iBeacons and culminating in instant rewards at checkout in a customer’s preferred loyalty currency.
Speaker: Ronald Herman (CEO, Sionic Mobile Corporation)

STAR Network
Debit in the Age of Connected Commerce 
3:15 - 3:35 p.m.
The age of connected commerce has dawned, and businesses are looking to enable frictionless shopping experiences wherever possible. As merchants expand into new channels, they need a debit network that supports everything from online and in-store to mobile and beyond. During this session, attendees will gain better insight on how STAR® Network is positioned to meet merchant needs now and in the future.
Speaker: Hugh Gallagher (Senior Vice President, General Manager, STAR Network)


True Group, Inc.

Responding to the New Definition of Commerce: Strategies and tactics to position your organization for future success and sustainability
3:45 - 4:05 p.m.
Within this talk, attendees will learn how the current commerce and digital transformation is impacting organization beyond technology. Specifically, we will highlight operational, investment, consumer engagement, hiring and other changes that need to be considered.

The attendees will also learn about tactics and strategies for dealing with these changes. The talk will highlight different methodologies companies can use to operate more effectively, strategies for better leveraging new technology to deal with resource gaps and thoughts on how training and change management can apply broader than just IT.
Speaker: Doug Rodewald (Chief Digital Officer, True Group, Inc.)

Worldpay US, Inc.
It’s Not Your Father’s Commerce Any More

3:45 - 4:05 p.m.
It seemingly all started with PCI – and, just as retailers were coming to grips with what PCI required, the names and acronyms mushroomed. Bitcoin. EMV. Venmo. Zifty. Mobile. Omnichannel. 3DSecure. And oh, by the way, fraud inexorably increases – especially online. Businesses face a dizzying array of technologies and innovations competing for their attention – and funds. Amazingly enough, common threads link these seismic shifts and increase the risks and opportunities for customer service.

Come to the presentation for a holistic view of the forces shaping commerce today – and the questions and perspectives every business should consider when evaluating new mechanisms for interaction with customers. Just as Uber and Lyft transformed the transport industry, new entrants threaten to do the same with every facet of retail and consumer behavior and merchants each need to make the right decisions for their organizations.

Attendees, following this session, will be able to:

  • Critically examine leading edge technology offerings
  • Understand the possible pitfalls when implementing new mechanisms
  • Better appreciate the fundamental relationship between technology and the consumer experience

Speaker: Chris Francis (VP Market Development, Worldpay US, Inc.)

Auriemma Consulting Group
New Customer Experiences and Expectations in Omnichannel Commerce

4:15 - 4:35 p.m.
As the retail industry experiences increasing tension between brick-and-mortar and online shopping, how do consumers navigate omnichannel environments – and moreover, how should payments fit into those experiences? Using custom consumer data developed specifically for the MAG audience, session attendees will get usable insights on how consumers think about payments within the omnichannel environment. Insights include:

  • What payment innovations are consumers expecting in the retail environment in the near future, such as “order ahead for pick-up.”
  • How has the adoption of embedded payment options evolved consumer expectations of “frictionless” experiences – and what are the potential downsides for frictionless payments? 
  • How has consumers’ participation in online commerce shaped their perceptions of brick-and-mortar shopping?

Speaker: Jeff Tennebaum (Director, Global Business Development, Auriemma Consulting Group)

Oliver Wyman
Friend, foe, or somewhere in between? The partnership landscape in connected commerce

4:15 - 4:35 p.m.
Merchants are connecting their brick-and-mortar businesses into a digital world which is wreaking havoc with the traditional purchase journey. To enable these integrated and streamlined journeys, merchants are often needing to partner with even more providers than they do today to enable the best user experience, distribution, upstream positioning, and payments technology. 

For you, are these partners friend or foe? They enhance your customers’ experience with you, but are they also gaining valuable data on your customers, creating a highly profitable revenue stream for the partner, and controlling part of your customer relationship in the process? 

In this session, we’ll be discussing how merchants can create a connected commerce journey without sacrificing strategic control over the purchase journey, as well as examples of best practices.
Speaker: Beth Costa (Partner, Oliver Wyman) and Robert Mau (Partner, Oliver Wyman)

American Express
The evolving role of payments brought to you by American Express

4:45 - 5:05 p.m.
Come hear about Subway’s innovative approach to developing an integrated payment solution. Find out how Subway is increasing sales and reducing fraud to improve profitability from their partner PLXIS. Join us to learn how Subway shifted their view of payments moving from a siloed approach to becoming a key element in delivering the best customer experience.
Speakers: J.J. Kieley (VP, Payments Consulting Group, US & LAC, American Express) and Kaylie Cohen (Head of Global Solutions, PLXIS)

Optimized Payments Consulting, Inc.
Measuring Connected Commerce

4:45 - 5:05 p.m.
Create payment analytics to measure customer’s share of wallet across channels and build the ability to link front-end sales systems to back-end settlement systems on a transaction by transaction basis so you can understand customers’ payment preferences and associated costs. 
Speaker: Anand Goel (CEO, Optimized Payments Consulting, Inc.)


 5:30 p.m.
Networking Evening Event
Enjoy your favorite food truck-inspired fare...without leaving the hotel! Join Bank of America Merchant Services for a special food-lover event in the Outdoor Pavilion Tent. Enjoy a variety of delectable food selections including Southwestern, Asian, Italian, American - and don’t forget the treats for your sweet tooth! Pair your food with special frozen beverages and craft beers from one of the open bars. Plan now to attend!

Sponsored By 
BAMS logo
Thursday, September 28
***GENERAL SESSION ***
 


7:30 a.m.

Networking Breakfast Sponsored By
Samsung Pay logo
8:30 a.m.

Opening Remarks – Mark Horwedel (CEO, Merchant Advisory Group)

8:40 a.m. 
Keynote: Ten Times Better: Maximize Performance Through Big Data 
Jeff Ma Headshot
Presenter: Jeff Ma (CEO and Co-founder, tenXer)

Data, gleaned through technology, is not only supposed to help us do our jobs, but do them better. Sometimes, it can even make us ten times better than the average employee. Through the lens of his experiences in blackjack, pro sports consulting, and Hollywood, Jeffrey Ma discusses the importance of setting goals as well as tracking your progress and productivity along the way, and how gaming, analytics, and competitive tracking can lead to more useful, constructive feedback and more motivated teams and employees. 
9:45 a.m. 
Networking Break 
10:15 a.m. 
Top of Wallet in Digital Commerce: The Critical Role of Default Payments
Moderator: David True (Partner, PayGility Advisors)
Panelist: Troy Carrothers (SVP Credit and Customer Service, Kohl's Department Stores, Inc)
Panelist: Michael Roberts (Chief Marketing and Digital Strategy Officer, Bank of America Merchant Services)
Panelist: Scott Moeller (Chairman and CEO, mSHIFT, Inc.)
Panelist: Raman Walia (Director, Consumer Payments , The Walt Disney Company)


E-commerce is growing at a faster clip than other channels, and is expected to reach $500 billion by 2018. Mobile commerce growth is even more impressive, forecast to almost double by 2020, reaching $242 billion. In this world the default method of payment—the one the takes least effort to use—becomes a coveted position for both issuers and merchants. How can retailers lower their cost of payment acceptance by making that method the one they prefer? 
11:15 a.m. 
Keynote: In Conversation with Craig Vosburg & John Drechny: Advancing Payment Innovations Together
Craig Vosburg PhotoJohn Drechny Photo
Presenter:
 Craig Vosburg (President, North America, Mastercard)  
Presenter: John Drechny (Senior Director of Payment Services, Walmart)

Payments are transforming the way we live, work, play and pay. Mastercard has a unique position to work with its partners in North America and around the globe to advance payment innovations and create priceless possibilities for consumers and businesses. Join John Drechny as he facilitates a conversation with Craig on the future of payments.

12 p.m. 
Networking Lunch 
1 p.m. 
Ensuring a competitive EMV landscape/ The state of the US Common AID
Moderator: Itai Sela (CEO, B2 Payments USA)
Panelist: Patty Walters (SVP, Security, EMV and Terminal Products, Vantiv)  
Panelist: Allen Friedman (VP of Payment Solutions, Ingenico Group)
Panelist: Steve Mathison (SVP US Network Acceptance, First Data)
Panelist: Drago Dzerve (Head of Product, Verifone)

Experts from major POS manufacturers and Merchant Acquirers will discuss the current state of the US Common AID as well as current challenges with debit routing on the Internet and mobile.
1:55 p.m. 
Improving the Payments Landscape
Presenters: Laura Townsend (SVP of Operations, Merchant Advisory Group) and Kristy Cook (Director of Payment Acceptance Technology, Target Stores)

Join MAG representatives for updates on collaboration efforts with card networks to ensure a fairer payments ecosystem, updates on MAG advocacy efforts and developments in the MAG’s Digital Commerce initiative.
2:30 p.m. 
Networking Break Sponsored By
Discover Global Network logo

3 p.m. 
CNP Fraud Mitigation Agility: What Is Your Strategy and How Should You Fill Gaps?
Moderator: Guy Berg (VP, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis) 
Panelist: Leland Englebardt (Practice Leader, Financial Services, UpshotAdvisors LLC)
Panelist: Todd Thayer (Executive Director, Product Management Director, J.P. Morgan)
Panelist: Adam Marzolf (Director, eCommerce Fraud Risk, Best Buy)
Panelist: Bryan Penny (VP, Payments and New Markets, Nordstrom)


CNP fraud mitigation is a perpetual battle against sophisticated, relentless and well-financed global criminal forces.  Attack methodologies are numerous and ever adapting to identify, expose and take advantage of remote payment acceptance vulnerabilities.  What is required to effectively mitigate CNP fraud?  What strategies have you implemented and where do you have gaps.  This session will share findings from an X9 CNP Fraud Mitigation study report findings and gain perspectives from an expert panel of fraud risk management professionals. 
3:55 p.m. 
Announcement of MAG Exhibitor Quest Game Prize Winners 
4 p.m. 
The Quest for a more Secure Payment Network – How does the ecosystem get there?
Presenter: Todd Aadland (SVP Payments Security Strategy Leader, Federal Reserve)
Presenter: Maria Arminio (President & CEO, Avenue B Consulting)
Presenter: Roger Applewhite (SVP, MagTek, Inc.)
Presenter: David Keenan (Senior Vice President, Network Solutions & Risk, Fiserv)
Presenter: Steve Mott (Principal, BetterBuyDesign)
Presenter: Manish Nathwani (Sr. Vice President, Product Development, SHAZAM)
Presenter: Bryan Penny (VP, Payment and New Markets, Nordstrom)


Panelists will describe recent efforts by the Federal Reserve’s Secure Payments Task Force, with a focus on the development and publication of several industry resources. Attend this session to learn more about the payment use cases, data sources, and payment security framework and how you can potentially use these to increase payment security at your organization!

5 p.m.

Closing Remarks – Mark Horwedel (CEO, MAG)

5:30 p.m. 

Networking Evening Event
A taste of the U.S. Join J.P. Morgan on a culinary tour of the U.S. In addition to chocolate fondue, pie, and an assortment of cupcakes and specialty cocktails, there will be wine and cheese from the West Coast, comfort food from the South, and seafood from the Northeast. Come for the food and stay for the music as an acoustic band will be playing favorites from today and of yesteryear. Plan now to attend!

Sponsored By
MAG_JPMORGAN

Friday, September 29
***MERCHANT ONLY DAY***


7:30 a.m.

Networking Breakfast​ (All Non-Merchant Attendees)

8:30 a.m.
A Word from the MAG ChairmanJohn Drechny (Senior Director of Payment Services, Walmart)
8:40 a.m. 
Where Policy Intersects Payments 
Moderator: Kathy Hanna (Sr. Director of Enterprise Payments and Store Support, The Kroger Co.)
Presenter: Barrie VanBrackle (Partner, Orrick )
Presenter: Doug Kantor (Government Affairs/Public Policy & Partner, Steptoe & Johnson)
Presenter: Kim Ford (SVP, Head of Government Affairs, First Data)
Presenter: Hannah Walker (Senior Director, Technology and Nutrition Policy, Food Marketing Institute)

Expert panelists provide the audience with an update on recent legislative and court developments along with an overview of the specific legislative and regulatory policies that are actually in play this year for the payments industry, such as financial regulatory reform, the future of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, how non-bank FinTech companies may be brought into the regulatory sandbox, data security policy, and more.

9:55 a.m. 
Live In-Session Merchant Polling 
10:15 a.m.
Networking Break
10:45 a.m.

Merchant Only Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
     Mass Merchant
     eCommerce
     Petroleum/Convenience Stores
     Small Ticket/Restaurant

12:00 p.m.

SIG Report Back & Closing Remarks (Working lunch)

12:30 p.m.

Adjourn



 

 

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