2018 Annual Payments Seminar

Tuesday, September 18, 2018   9:30 am - 3:00 pm
DoubleTree by Hilton   5485 Twin Knolls Road, Columbia, MD 21045

Member Pricing:  $160.00 per person*  |  Nonmember Pricing: $350.00 per person
*This session is included under all 2018 Educational Package Plans; a members-only benefit.

Registration includes lunch and an entry in a drawing to win complimentary registration to Payments 2019 in Orlando, Florida.  To be eligible for the drawing, registrants must be present at the seminar.


Agenda and Speakers

The Federal Reserve Banks and Payments: Planning for the Future
The Federal Reserve has long been involved as a leader and facilitator of payments and payment system improvements in the United States.  Checks, ACH and wire transfer payments all move through the Federal Reserve electronically.  This session will highlight the efforts of the Federal Reserve to continue to modernize payments.  This includes their leadership role in promoting safer and faster payments, global payments and adoption of international standards and the offering of services to ensure the safety and sound risk management practices surrounding payments.   
Speaker: Terry Wright, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
 
NACHA & The ACH: Beyond 2020
The ACH Network after 43 years and 26 billion transactions annually has become an integral piece of payments processing in the U. S. financial system.  Moving forward to grow more safe and secure transactions and to develop new ways to improve connections, communications and opportunities is NACHA’s focus for the future.  Do not miss this opportunity to hear how NACHA plans to continuing growing the ACH Network beyond 2020.  
Speaker: Mike Herd, NACHA – The Electronic Payments Association
The Real Time Payments Rail is Running: Get on Board
The Real Time Payments (RTP) Network is live and financial institutions of all types and sizes are adding RTP to their payments strategy. This session will detail what you need in order to ride the network.  Learn how financial institutions connect to the network, the primary issues for implementation and cost factors. 
Speakers: Tim Mills,
The Clearing House & Sue Meyer, FIS
 
CFPB: Payments Oversight
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is actively involved in the evolving payments ecosystem and consumer financial protection.  This is your opportunity to understand the role of the CFPB and its involvement in consumer payments protection, fraud prevention and cyber security. 
Speaker: Thomas Devlin,
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau