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Amy Johnson

Chief Experience Officer, Identifee

Amy Lynn Johnson (AJ) is currently Chief Experience Officer of Identifee, a leading provider of financial services connected platforms. Prior to her current role as the Chief Experience Officer (CXO) for Identifee, AJ spent her entire career in banking building high-performing teams, services, and processes to achieve next-level success.

After spending over 20 years at Wells Fargo (WF) in a number of senior leadership roles within the Treasury Management space, AJ left WF to start Treasury Management as a line of business at a regional bank. Her span of control included the entire customer experience from sales to implementation--and because she was on the Identifee Strategic Advisory Board--she knew about their game changing solutions. Identifee helped AJ exceed her expectations for growth--and because seeing is believing, she is now not only the CXO for Identifee, but she is also a former wowed customer.


Day 2 | 10:45 – 11:35 am | 2024 Banking Trends


Angela Murphy

Payment Elsa

Angela Murphy, Ph.D., is a thought leader in artificial intelligence, payments, fintech, partnerships, and innovation strategy. Angela brings an entrepreneurial perspective to create solutions for her clients. She commercialized one of the largest closed-loop card products and invoicing networks in the US and currently works at the intersection of strategy and insight in the payments industry.

Her background in solutions integration and implementation strategy informs her expertise in financial technology, digital commerce, and payments innovation. She regularly provides guest lectures and webinars for the University of California, Berkeley and consulting firms around the world and is a Founding Fellow of Coruzant Technologies. Her thought leadership has been featured on PCN, MPC, and Versatile Ph.D.


Day 2 | 3:45 – 4:45 pm | The What, The How and the Why of Faster Payments


Bob Steen

Chairman and CEO, Bridge Community Bank

Bob Steen is Chairman and CEO of Bridge Community Bank, an employee-owned Iowa community bank. Steen’s background includes serving as a Federal Reserve Bank examiner and as a community banker. Having served a three-year term on the NACHA Board of Directors, he also served as a member of the Independent Community Bankers Association’s Bank Operations and Payment Committee, an ICBA/Fed working group, as well as the Fed’s Faster Payment Task Force where he served as an elected representative for the small financial institution segment on the Faster Payment Steering Committee. He was later named to the Faster Payment directory work group. He is a member of the Iowa Bankers Association Payments Council and a board member of Shazam. Bridge Community Bank is in both send and receive mode for instant payments on both TCH RTP and FedNow. Bridge was a founding member of the Faster Payment Council.


Day 1 | 1:30 – 2:30 pm | Kicking off to Faster Payments Panel


Bradley Wilkes

CEO and Co-Founder, Open Payment Network (OPN)

Bradley Wilkes provides next-generation real-time payment for financial institutions and their customers. OPN is a founding sponsor of the US Faster Payments Council. Before founding OPN, Bradley founded ProPay, Inc., a registered ISO/MSP and third-party payment processor for payment card networks and their member Financial Institutions. He’s been awarded six payment-related patents by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. He received an MBA in Technology Management from the University of Phoenix and a Bachelor of Science from Brigham Young University.


Day 1 | 1:30 – 2:30 pm | Kicking off to Faster Payments Panel


Bruce Dragoo

Solutions Consultant, Q2

Bruce Dragoo is a Solutions Consultant who enjoys sharing how Q2’s Risk, Compliance and Online Account Opening solutions transform your technology, your customer relationships and your bank or credit union to fit a new set of expectations.  Bruce is passionate about building strong and diverse communities by strengthening their financial institutions. 


With over 35 years’ experience in the industry, Bruce has worked at a bank in Arizona, at the core provider Fiserv Premier and with Q2 for the past five years.  In his free time, Bruce likes to golf, donate his time to Junior Achievement and be papa to his first granddaughter Mae.


Day 2 | 11:50 – 12:20 pm | [Vendor Showcase] Manage Your Transaction RISK Better in 2023 


Chris Buerkle

Senior Product Marketer, Q2

Chris Buerkle is a long-term financial services professional focused on digital integrations and user experiences which drive financial services forward. Having served in technical and product leadership roles in both banking and fintech, Chris has a unique perspective on how to deliver digital solutions to market which help financial institutions grow and strengthen the communities they serve.


Prior to joining Q2, Chris held management positions across multiple lines of business including consumer banking and client acquisition, small business and treasury services, payments and cash management and building digital innovation. On the fintech side, he developed and implemented product solutions targeted at increasing client satisfaction and revenue growth. Now with Q2, he focuses on bringing to market client solutions which deliver client outcomes for banks and credit unions.


Day 2 | 2:45 – 3:35 pm | Preparing for RTP and FedNow Services: Are you Ready?


Claire Greene

Payments Risk Expert, Federal Reserve Financial Services

Claire Greene is a payments risk expert in the Research Department at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, where she works on the Survey and Diary of Consumer Payment Choice. Claire also works on the reporting of the Federal Reserve Payments Study. Before joining the Atlanta Fed in 2018, Claire focused on consumer payments research at theFederal Reserve Bank of Boston. She and other Atlanta Fed payments experts blog every Monday at “Take on Payments.”


Day 2 | 8:30 – 9:30 am | Keynote Address: Federal Reserve Payment Study


David Dwumah

Founder and CEO, OurBanc

David is the Founder and CEO of OurBanc; a FinTech whose mission is to do its part to reduce the racial wealth gap by channeling the transformative power of purpose, community, and innovative technologies, to provide more equitable, sustainable, and inclusive financial products and services.


Growing up in Ghana, David had always been intrigued by Susu, an informal community-based savings practice that enables family and friends with limited or no access to formal banking services to come together to borrow and lend money to each other. David founded OurBanc based on his firsthand experiences and to leverage his cross-functional expertise working across banking, finance, technology, and risk industries.


Prior to founding OurBanc, David spent over fifteen years working at Citizens Bank, the Boston Federal Reserve, and EY’s Financial Services practice. He is a Steward of the Council for Inclusive Capitalism (the Council) and is a member of the U.S. Faster Payments Council (FPC) and serves on the Financial Inclusion Workgroup and ESG Subgroup. He is a member of the Black Economic Council of Massachusetts (BECMA).


David is an author and a contributor to articles and conversations on the importance and the convergence of Faster Payments, Financial Inclusion, ESG, and Sustainability. David has presented at various payment conferences, including Nacha’s Smarter Faster Payments, US Faster Payment Council meetings, and other events held by the regional payment associations in the United States.


David earned his Master’s in Accounting from the University of Notre Dame, and a Master of Science in Information Systems from Baylor University. He received a Bachelor’s in Finance from the University of North Florida, with the highest honors, and is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). David lives in the Boston area with his family. David loves all things BBQ!  


Day 2 | 3:45 – 4:45 pm | The What, The How and the Why of Faster Payments


David Rathke

Item Processing, Lockbox and Document Imaging Solutions Architect, FIS

David Rathke is a Pre-Sales Solution Architect for the Image Processing, Lockbox and Content Management products supporting the Community Bank and Large Financial Bank sales team. He assists the Account and Sales Executives with presentations and demos to highlight the capabilities of the Image Solutions product set. David joined FIS in 2017 as the Item Processing product manager before joining the sales team in 2019. Prior to joining FIS, he worked at a financial institution for 30 years in various roles including Item Processing Site Manager, Float Manager and Treasury Management Product Manager.


Day 3 | 9:45 – 10:45 am | Are We in a Check Fraud Crisis?


Debbie Barr, AAP, CTP

Senior Product Marketer - Commercial Solutions, Nacha

Debbie Barr administers the Nacha Rulemaking Process, works directly with the Rules& Operations Committee, fulfills the role of NACHA’s ACH Operators Relationship Manager, acts as the Rules liaison to the Payments Associations, works closely with NACHA’s Education and Communication Departments to promote implementation of new Rules, manages ACH Network research and data, and serves as a team membe ron Industry Verticals. Debbie earned her AAP in 1997 and her CTP in 2003.


Day 1 | 3:45 – 4:45 pm | What's New at Nacha?


Day 2 | 11:50 – 12:20 pm | [Vendor Showcase] Leveraging Nacha's Risk Resources


Debbie Smart

Senior Product Marketer, Q2

As a senior product marketer at Q2, Debbie Smart serves as the voice of the modern banking customer and the evolving financial services industry. With more than 40 years of banking and treasury management experience, Debbie works to deeply understand Q2’s existing and desired customers, leveraging market research and competitive intelligence to forge new partnerships and influence product capabilities across Q2’s business product suite.


Prior to joining Q2, Debbie served in multiple senior management roles in the financial services industry where she guided product development, payments innovation and more. She also spent many years at an FI managing the cash management department and operations for electronic payments. Throughout Debbie’s career in financial services, she has been a featured speaker at numerous industry-wide conferences and has served on multiple boards, councils and task forces, including the Association for Financial Technology Board of Directors, NACHA’s Payments Innovation Alliance, the Federal Reserve System’s Faster Payments Task Force and the U.S. Faster Payments Council.


In her free time, Debbie is an avid scuba diver and traveler. When she’s not out on an adventure, you can find her curled up with a good book at home.


Day 2 | 10:45 – 11:35 am | 2024 Banking Trends


Day 2 | 2:45 – 3:35 pm | Preparing for RTP and FedNow Services: Are you Ready?

Day 3 | 9:45 – 10:45 am | Modernizing B2B Payments with the Instant Payment Rails


Diana Kern

Client Learning Strategist, SHAZAM

As a client learning strategist, Diana trains clients on products and services related to the card payments system, the ACH network, EFT compliance and more.


Clients appreciate how Diana can help them connect detailed operations concepts like fraud mitigation, exceptions handling, interchange and ROI to their day-to-day responsibilities. She explains seemingly complicated things in a simple, relatable way, helping clients understand what it means to them.


A self-described payments nerd, Diana brings enthusiasm and passion for all things payments.


Day 2 | 10:45 – 11:35 am | Elevating Your Fraud Prevention Strategies


Jason Carone, AAP, APRP, CTM

Senior Vice President, The Clearing House

Jason Carone is a Senior Vice President at The Clearing House, responsible for EPN, the only private-sector ACH Operator. In his product management role, Mr. Carone is responsible for strategy, plans and execution of initiatives for growth, efficiency, safety and new capabilities. He works closely with industry groups, senior managers, regulators and other influencers to enhance the security and functionality of the ACH Network. Mr. Carone participates in industry forums and is a frequent speaker at industry conferences, meetings and events.


He has more than 25 years' experience in bank product management, operations, consulting and digital banking, for various firms, including Silicon Valley Bank, Zions Bancorp, P&H Solutions, and U.S. Bank. He received his undergraduate degree in Economics from the University of Utah and holds the Accredited ACH Professional, Accredited Payments Risk Professional, and Certified Treasury Manager certifications.


Day 2 | 1:30 – 2:30 pm | Payments | The Next Three Years


Day 2 | 2:45 – 3:35 pm | The Payments Court: Risk and Cybercrime


Jennifer Aguilar

Senior Associate, Alston & Bird LLP

Jennifer Aguilar is a senior associate in Alston & Bird’s Financial Services & Products Group. She counsels financial services clients on regulatory and transactional matters, with a focus on payments laws and network rules.


Jennifer advises clients on matters relating to the Nacha Operating Rules and Guidelines, card network rules, the Electronic Funds Transfer Act (EFTA), Truth in Savings Act (TISA), Expedited Funds Availability Act (EFA Act) and Truth in Lending Act (TILA),and a variety of state laws.


Before joining Alston & Bird, Jennifer was an associate at a law firm in a leading consumer financial services group, where she advised clients on requirements relating to consumer protection and disclosures, deposit products, payment cards, credit cards, checks, and installment lending. She also served as counsel at the National Association of Federally-Insured Credit Unions (NAFCU), where she provided comprehensive compliance assistance on the federal consumer financial services regulations to the nation's credit unions.


Day 2 | 2:45 – 3:35 pm | The Payments Court: Risk and Cybercrime


Joe Gregory, NCP

Chief Strategy Officer, OrboGraph

Joe J. Gregory is the Chief Strategy Officer for OrboGraph - overseeing the strategic direction, product development, and tactical marketing activities for OrboGraph’s check fraud detection solutions.  Joe started with OrboGraph in 1998 and has been in the check processing industry for over 25 years. Joe is regarded as a subject matter expert in check fraud, speaking to various banking industry associations groups such as the American Bankers Association, ECCHO, and business partner conferences.


Joe holds a bachelor’s degree in Marketing from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh and an MBA in Marketing from the University of Phoenix.


Joe is a National Check Professional (NCP). 


Day 3 | 9:45 – 10:45 am | Are We in a Check Fraud Crisis?


Joni Hopkins, AAP

Vice President, Federal Reserve Financial Services

Joni Hopkins is a Vice President for the Federal Reserve’s Product and Relationship Management Group based out of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. Hopkins’ responsibilities include engaging and collaborating with community financial institutions throughout the United States to help define and prioritize system improvements that advance payment speed, efficiency, and security.


Hopkins has been with the Federal Reserve System for over 25 years. Her background is rooted in working with community bankers across the United States. In addition to her experience at the Federal Reserve, Hopkins has worked for two commercial banks and a Payments Association. She was awarded the EPCOR Marquis Award for outstanding leadership, innovation and excellence in the development, implementation or advancement of electronic payments and risk mitigation solutions and is known as a champion for electronic banking services.


Hopkins’s undergraduate is from Kansas State University. She received her master’s degree from Kansas Wesleyan University and is a graduate of Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management Executive Education program. She hold san Accredited ACH Professional designation.


Day 1 | 1:30 – 2:30 pm | Kicking off to Faster Payments Panel


Day 3| 2:45 -3:35 pm | Preparing for RTP and FedNow Services: Are You Ready?


Kevin Miyamoto

Co-Founder and COO, Identifee

Kevin Miyamoto is Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer of Identifee, responsible for all operational and administrative procedures. Prior to working at Identifee, Kevin worked at Corporate Executive Board (now part of Gartner), and spent a number of years working in multiple roles in Wells Fargo’s Payments, Virtual Solutions, and Innovations Team. Most recently, Kevin was the Business Manager in Wells Fargo’s Sponsorship Team, managing over $850B of payment volume.


Day 2 | 10:45 – 11:35 am | 2024 Banking Trends 


Kevin Olsen, AAP, APRP, CHPC, NCP

The Payments Professor

Kevin, aka "Ted Lasso", is going to be our head coach for the event! (See our Promo videos for more information!)


Kevin Olsen is a renowned expert and educator in the field of payments. With over two decades of experience, he is known as the "Payments Professor" for his ability to simplify complex concepts and make them accessible to anyone.

As a speaker, Kevin has a unique talent for engaging his audience with his passion for the subject matter. He has been invited to speak at industry conferences, academic institutions, and corporate events around the world.

Kevin is highly respected in the payments industry for his insights on emerging technologies, regulatory issues, and consumer behavior. He has consulted for financial institutions and technology companies, providing strategic guidance on product development and market positioning.

Kevin holds a master’s in industrial organizational psychology from Liberty University that he uses to study trends and behaviors in electronic payments and as a professional coach and consultant. He is a frequent commentator in the media, appearing on television and radio programs to discuss payments trends and issues.
Kevin is an NCP (National Check Payments Certification) and an NCP Certified Trainer, in this capacity, Kevin provides education and support on electronic payments, instant payments and check processing as well as payments rules and regulations.

As an Accredited Payments Risk Professional (APRP), Kevin demonstrates and applies knowledge of risk management process, procedures and controls across multiple payment channels.

Kevin also has held Microsoft Certified System Engineer (MCSE), Microsoft Certified System Administrator (MCSA), and Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) certifications that have allowed him to gain expertise in the area of payments fraud and cybercrime.


Conference Emcee


Day 1 | 1:30 – 2:30 pm | Kicking off to Faster Payments Panel

Day 2 | 10:45 – 11:35 am | Praises, Raises and Promotions

Day 3 | 11:00 – 12:00 pm | Payments Playoff



Mary Gilmeister, AAP, NCP

President & CEO, Macha/PAR

Currently Mary is the President of Macha, and an Accredited ACH Professional and a National Check Professional (NCP). Mary has been President of WACHA/Macha for 28 years. Mary is also President of Payment Advisory Resource (PAR) a subsidiary of MACHA. Mary has served on the NACHA (National ACH Association), Marketing Committee, the NACHA Board of Directors and chaired a Nation Wide Direct Deposit Campaign in 1998 and participated on the Federal Debit Collection Improvement Act of 1996.


In addition, Mary has chaired many national rule making committees for NACHA and has served on many panels. Mary has participated in developing a program with the State Bar Association of WI and participated on a program for the state to change legislation on Financial Elder Abuse. She is actively working with the CFPB in establishing networks and speaking on Financial Elder Abuse.


Mary speaks nationally at the Nacha conference, and other conferences nationwide.


Day 1 | 1:00 – 1:30 pm | Welcome/Opening Remarks


Mike Richert, AAP

Chief Product Officer, Juniper Payments

Mike Richert is the Chief Product Officer with Juniper Payments.  He became an Accredited ACH Professional (AAP) in 2005 and has maintained his AAP accreditation since that time. Mike has been active in electronic payments and financial services industry for over 19 years and has helped build, enhance and launch several successful products for Juniper Payments. 


His experience with building and supporting electronics payments platforms and transaction aggregation systems has led him to a passion for innovation, automation and efficiency for financial institutions of all sizes. Mike is a self-described ACH file format geek whose passion includes properly padded File Headers and File Control records as well as file sizes that are evenly divisible by 940.


Day 2 | 2:45 – 3:35 pm | Automation and Risk Mitigation


Nancy McKenzie, AAP, APRP

EVP, Compliance and Product Strategy, Affirmative Technologies

Nanci has been the EVP, Compliance and Product Strategy at Affirmative Technologies since September 2020. Nanci has over 35-years’ experience in banks and credit unions including 22-years in banking compliance and operations as Deposit Operations Supervisor, Teller Supervisor, Training Coordinator, OFAC Officer, and ACH Auditor. Nanci spent five years in financial technology as a Deposit Implementations Analyst for Finastra (fka D + H, USA) and Training Specialist on the Phoenix core processing platform.


Before joining Affirmative Technologies, Nanci worked four years as Vice President, Payments Consulting at ePay Resources. While at ePay Resources, Nanci performed audits and risk assessments on electronic payment channels including ACH, remote deposit capture, and wire transfer. Additionally, Nanci provided customized consulting engagements to financial institutions including but not limited; payments strategy, electronic compliance review, treasury management, and faster payments and real-time payments planning and implementation. Currently, Nanci works with Affirmative clients to determine compliant solutions for managing and monitoring risks within their payment service channels. Regardless of the topics within operational efficiencies, risk mitigation, regulatory issues, payments strategy, or data analysis, Nanci will work with clients to ensure they have the necessary information and education to make sound business decisions.


Nanci holds a Juris Master’s degree in Financial Regulation and Compliance from Florida State University College of Law anda Bachelor of Science degree in Business Information Management from Seminole State College, Sanford, FL. She became an Accredited ACH Professional (AAP) in 2004 and became an Accredited Payments Risk Professional (APRP) in 2018. Nanci is currently pursuing a Graduate Certificate at University of Central Florida.


Day 2 | 9:40 – 10:30 am |Top 10 Mistakes in Developing a Risk Management Program


Day 2 | 11:50 – 12:20 pm | [Vendor Showcase] Payment Risk Management: Working Smarter Not Harder


Paul Carrubba

Of Counsel, Adams and Reese, LLP

Paul is Of Counsel in the law firm of Adams and Reese LLP. His primary focus is on Banking Law and legal issues dealing with payment system laws and regulations and bank operations issues. He is a frequent speaker at industry trade organization events, vendor user conferences and Webinars on banking and banking law issues. He serves as litigation consultant and expert witness in matters dealing with banking procedures and has over 49 years of experience in the financial services industry. Before starting the practice of law, Paul was Executive Vice President and Managing Director of Carreker Corp., Dallas, Texas. In this position, he had responsibility for the management of the P&L for the software business units. Prior to joining Carreker, Paul started a consulting firm and provided bank operations consultation to banks in the U.S., litigation support and expert testimony, and legal services to financial institutions.


Paul started his banking career at Deposit Guaranty National Bank in Jackson, MS where he worked for over twenty years. At the time of his departure, he was Senior Vice President and Manager of Operations, served as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Southern Financial Exchange, was a member of the Executive Committee and Board of Directors of the National Automated Clearing House Association (NACHA), a member of the Bank Administration Institute’s Council for Educational Services and the Operations and Technology Commission and Chairman of the Operations and Automation Committee of the Mississippi Bankers Association. He is the author of six books including: Revised UCC Article 3 and 4, A Banker’s Guide to Checks, Principles of Banking, and Remote Deposit Capture Practical Considerations.


Day 1 | 2:30 – 3:30 pm | Authority and Authentication — An Overview of Customer Agreements in a Digital Age


Peter Tapling, APRP

Managing Director, PTap Advisory, LLC

Peter Tapling is a serial entrepreneur, advisor, and investor. Peter’s advisory efforts focus on innovation and modernization of payments–including risk, authentication/identity, cannabis banking, cryptocurrencies and CBDC. He has advised Nacha on their Phixius effort. Peter actedas CCO for Spring Labs, CRO for Early Warning Services during the market launch of Zelle and founder and CEO of Authentify. Peter is a member of the Board Advisory Group for the U.S.Faster Payments Council, a member of the Association for Financial Professionals and is an Accredited Payments Risk Professional.


Day 3 | 8:30 – 9:30 am | Generate This — Al and Payments


Reed Luhtanen

Executive Direct, U.S. Faster Payments Council

Reed Luhtanen is Executive Director of the U.S. Faster Payments Council (FPC). The FPC is an industry-led membership organization whose mission is to facilitate a world-class payment system where Americans can safely and securely pay anyone, anywhere, at any time and with near-immediate funds availability. Reed is responsible for managing the daily operations of the organization and working with the FPC board and membership to execute on the FPC’s strategic plan while ensuring inclusive and transparent dialogue with all FPC stakeholders. FPC members include business end-users, consumer organizations, financial institutions, payment network operators, technology providers, and others.


Reed has extensive experience in the payments industry and has served on myriad industry bodies, most recently an officer on the FPC Board of Directors; the Federal Reserve-sponsored Governance Framework Formation Team, which created the U.S. Faster Payments Council; and the Corporate Advisory Group for The Clearing House’s Real-Time Payments System. Prior to joining the FPC, he spent 15 years at Walmart, departing as senior director of global treasury, where he was responsible for the company’s payments-related public policy and public relations initiatives, network and processor relationships, and establishing Walmart’s payments acceptance strategies.


In 2015, Reed was recognized as one of PayBefore’s “Top Ten Payments Lawyers” and The Electronic Transactions Association honored him as a member of its “Forty Under 40” class in 2019. He has a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Arkansas’ Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences and a J.D. from the University of Arkansas School of Law. He is based in Bentonville, AR. 


Day 2 | 3:45 – 4:45 pm | The What, The How and the Why of Faster Payments


Ryan Edwards

Banking Circle U.S.

[Bio Coming Soon]


Day 2 | 10:45 – 11:35 am | 2024 Banking Trends


Sandy Ortins

Senior Vice President, NEACH Payments Group

Sandy is Senior Vice President, Operations for NEACH and Advisor for NEACH Payments Group. As such, Sandy oversees the NEACH Products and Services, Membership, and Advocacy areas, and supports NPG in counseling financial services stakeholders on solving payments challenges, managing risk, and driving improvements through audits, assessments, and consulting, respectively.


Day 3 | 9:45 – 10:45 am | Nacha Rules - The Rule Making Process and New Amendments


Scott Miller, NCP

Vice President of Sales and Relationship Management, The Clearing House

Scott Miller is a Vice President of Sales and Relationship Management at The Clearing House. In this capacity, he is responsible for overseeing the growth and retention of financial institution members across all product lines of the organization. Mr. Miller began his tenure at ECCHO in 2005. ECCHO was subsequently acquired by The Clearing House in early 2018.


Prior to joining The Clearing House, Mr. Miller spent 22 years at the Federal Reserve System, holding various sales and operational positions.


Day 1 | 1:30 – 2:30 pm | Kicking off to Faster Payments Panel

Day 2 | 2:45 – 3:35 pm | Preparing for RTP and FedNow Services: Are you Ready?


Todd Koehn

VP Faster Payments Solutions, Bankers' Bank

Todd Koehn, VP Faster Payment Solutions at Bankers’ Bank, has more than 18 years of payments and financial industry experience, with past roles at payments providers and core processors, he has presented to over 250+ Community Banks on RTP/FedNow. Todd understands the technology needs of community banks to help them serve a diverse customer base while at the same time, making their processes more efficient and how to save money or make money with these new payment rails. Todd helps community banks better understand Real Time Payments/FedNow, how RTP/FedNow can help retain, attract and grow critical banking relationships and the benefits of adopting Bankers’ Bank’s Aite-Novarica awarding Funding Agent Solution with liquidity management to facilitate settlement.


Todd is a member of the Bankers’ Bank Strategic Planning Committee for all things payments, including instant payments, instant settlement and Crypto. He also works with community banks to create effective payments & technology strategies and seeks out new partnerships for Bankers’ Bank.


Day 2 | 9:40 – 10:30 am | Practical Strategies You Need To Adopt In This New Instant Payments World