Rethinking CNP Webinar

Wednesday, November 18, 2015 
12:00pm - 1:00pm CT
 
This webinar is for MAG members and sponsors.
Note: MAG webinars are offered as a free service to MAG members. 
Members may view the webinar presentation on the Member Resources page.

Merchants are confronted today with an increasing number of payments form factors. Panelists will discuss their ideas on migrating to a more rationale payments paradigm to replace the existing "card present/ not present" paradigm.

 

Moderator: Troy Carrothers, SVP Retail Payment Solutions & Multi-Channel Sales and Service, Kohl’s Department Stores, Inc. 

Troy Carrothers is the Senior Vice President – Retail Payment Solutions and Multi-Channel Sales & Service for Kohl’s. With more than twenty years in the industry, Mr. Carrothers is responsible for leading the Kohl’s Card Program, managing Kohl’s credit operations, service centers and risk management for Kohl’s and non-Kohl’s Card business in-store and on-line. These responsibilities include the full servicing for credit card issuance, underwriting, risk management, as well as support functions for Kohl’s omni-channel sales initiatives. Troy holds Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in business administration from the University of Texas at Arlington and Thunderbird School of Global Management.





Speakers: Bob Reany, SVP, Authentication Service, MasterCard

Bob Reany is a Senior Vice President, Authentication Services at MasterCard. In his current role, Mr. Reany has responsibility for the development and implementation of MasterCard’s enterprise authentication strategy. This includes addressing issues for e-commerce, mobile and biometric authentication. As part of the MasterCard  Enterprise Security Solutions management team, his responsibilities include working with industry leaders to develop standardized, safe and consumer -friendly solutions.  Prior to this assignment, Mr. Reany was the Group Head of Commerce Gateway Services. His responsibilities included product management and development of MasterCard’s global e-commerce processing services, including the acquisition of DataCash business and subsequent integration efforts. In addition, his team managed the expansion and devel opment of the MasterCard Internet Gateway Services (MiGS).  Mr. Reany also served on the Board of Directors for DataCash LTD in this role. In past roles, Mr. Reany held key management and business consulting positions throughout the MasterCard technology and Product Development organizations.  During his tenure at MasterCard, he has overseen authorization and clearing of product development and product management groups.  He was also part of strategic planning and business development for Authorization Services, technical development of the Smart Data Commercial services and business consulting for e-commerce services. 

Mark Nelson, Head of Risk Products and Business Intelligence,Visa Inc.

Mark Nelsen is Head of Risk Products and Business Intelligence at Visa. In this role he manages global fraud detection and decisioning solutions, such as Visa Advanced Authorization and Visa Risk Manager. He oversees global authentication platforms, such as EMV chip technology and 3D-Secure authentication for ecommerce. In addition, Mark’s organization delivers performance benchmarking and business intelligence solutions to ensure clients are optimizing authorization decisioning. Prior to joining Visa, he was a senior architect at IBM Global Services, where he managed large-scale e-business application development for global companies. Mark received a B.S. degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Wisconsin.



Chris Priebe, Director, Treasury Payments, Southwest Airlines

Chris Priebe is Director – Treasury Payments and Risk at Southwest Airlines. In his current role he is responsible for all payment acceptance strategy and relationships, as well as corporate insurance. He has been with Southwest Airlines for the past 17 years. Chris received a degree in Finance and Accounting from Texas Tech University. Chris has been a MAG (Merchant Advisory Group Board Member) since 2008 serving as the MAG Treasurer since 2011.