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September 22-23, 2020

Payments Summit (2 Days)

Virtual Education

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SFE would like to take you on a journey to the top of the Payments Summit. The Payments Summit is held over a day and a half, designed to guide you through concentrated and comprehensive payment topics. The Payments Summit sessions are designed to prepare you for the myriad of changes that will directly impact you and you and your organization. Bring back to your institution a higher understanding of Faster Payments, fraud, real-life solutions to issues impacting your profitability and prepare for the future! 

Sessions include:

Examining the Future of Payments

 

 

 

 

Faster, smarter, safer - and now even healthier - payments are in big demand.  This session will take a look at how the financial services industry is responding with converging innovations like open banking, standard payment messages, real-time payments and laying the foundation for what’s next.

Speaker: Elena Whisler, The Clearing House

AAP/APRP Credits - 1.5

 

 

 

 

Comparing Regulation E with
Visa and Mastercard Rules

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Issuing a Mastercard or Visa branded debit card means you’re governed by the brand’s operating rules. Generally, those rules dictate how to handle transaction presentments and subsequent chargeback s between parties. With consumer accounts and cards, some brand rules overlap with Reg E requirements. Reg E governs the relationship between card-issuing financial institutions and their consumer accountholders. It’s the go-to reference for compliance when handling debit card disputes. But do the brand rules really conflict with Reg E, or are they complementary? This session will examine the obligations from both sets of requirements and analyze the similarities and differences.

Speaker: Diana Kern, SHAZAM

AAP/APRP Credits -1.8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Futures Scenarios Post COVID-19

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In July 2020, the Secure Remote Payment Council (SRPc) conducted primary research on futures scenarios to identify most pressing payments trends, events, and influences In a post COVID-19 world. Using current events as a baseline, the SRPc narrowed the list of cost important industry trends to eleven futures scenarios represented in three broad categories of inquiry:

- The customer behavior scenarios address the use of digital channels, touching public surfaces and demand for new payment options.

- The systems and technology scenarios tackle the industry response to funds disbursements, onboarding new customers, usefulness of credit scores, deployment of contactless devices and ongoing fintech investment.

- The security, risk and fraud scenarios focus on new user authentication, growth in online fraud and underwriting standards. The SRPc convened a virtual panel of payment industry experts to define the issues, evaluate their impact, and find practical actions for managing to them.

This session, conducted by SRPc Executive Director, Paul Tomasofsky will present the findings of this effort and translate how FIs might be affected by COVID-19 payments market changes.

Speaker: Paul Tomasofsky, Two Sparrows Consulting

AAP/APRP Credits -1.5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cross Channel Fraud:
The Interconnectivity of Payments

 

 

 

 

 

Fraud; the ever present boogeyman keeping auditors, risk managers, and controllers up at night. Fraud is not new. It has been around, in one version or another, since the beginning of commerce. Ponzi schemes, synthetic identity theft, loan fraud, business email compromise, Identity theft; they are all designed to take money from people through nefarious means. Let’s examine payments fraud to see how interconnectedness and settlement speed impact risk.

Speaker: David Payne, ACH Alert

AAP/APRP Credits - 1.5
NCP Credits - 1.5

 

 

 

 

 

ACH and the E-SIGN Act

 

 

 

This presentation looks at the ESIGN Act and its importance for financial institutions as they commit increased resources and focus on digital signatures and avoiding physical paper. The presentation will also look at some specific examples in the context of ACH along with actual legal cases.

Speaker: Scott Jones, Adams and Reese, LLP

AAP/APRP Credits -1.4

 

 

 

Looking at Security with
2020 Vision

 

 

This year exposed many issues in society and in security.  Take a look at the trends and learn how they apply to you professionally and personally.

Speaker: Giles Witherspoon-Boyd, Protocol Enterprises, LL
C

AAP/APRP Credits - 1.2

 

 

Payments Strategy:
A Vision of Your Future

 

 

 

 

Being strategic about payments means shifting from a reactive to a proactive stance, which can be challenging in an environment of rapid technological change. As “faster” becomes “real-time,” a well-developed payments strategy is critical to the success of your institution and your customers. Join us to make sure the most critical components are included in your payment strategy!

Speakers: Pam Rodriguez, Southern Financial Exchange and Lisa Coffey, Corporate America Credit Union

AAP/APRP Credits - 1.2

 

 

 

 

 

 


Program schedule:
September 22 - 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm (Day 1)
September 23 - 8:30 am - 4:00 pm (Day 2)

Click Here to Register!

AAP/APRP Credits - 10.1
NCP Credits - 1.5

What others are saying:

Information was very helpful in clarifying issues that I’ve heard about but never actually had to deal with in my position.” “There was much information that I could take back and use at our institution. Very helpful in every aspect of the ACH world.” “Really enjoyed the stories that gave real-life examples, very practical.”

Registration Fees:

Member:  $300 per person - SFE Education Club = 12 Points     
Non-members:  $600 per person

 



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2020-09-22 13:00:00 2020-09-23 16:00:00 America/Detroit Payments Summit (2 Days) SFE would like to take you on a journey to the top of the Payments Summit. The Payments Summit is held over a day and a half, designed to guide you through concentrated and comprehensive payment topics. The Payments Summit sessions are designed to prepare you for the myriad of changes that will directly impact you and you and your organization. Bring back to your institution a higher understanding of Faster Payments, fraud, real-life solutions to issues impacting your profitability and prepare for the future!  Sessions include: Examining the Future of Payments         Faster, smarter, safer - and now even healthier - payments are in big demand.  This session will take a look at how the financial services industry is responding with converging innovations like open banking, standard payment messages, real-time payments and laying the foundation for what’s next. Speaker: Elena Whisler, The Clearing House AAP/APRP Credits - 1.5         Comparing Regulation E with Visa and Mastercard Rules               Issuing a Mastercard or Visa branded debit card means you’re governed by the brand’s operating rules. Generally, those rules dictate how to handle transaction presentments and subsequent chargeback s between parties. With consumer accounts and cards, some brand rules overlap with Reg E requirements. Reg E governs the relationship between card-issuing financial institutions and their consumer accountholders. It’s the go-to reference for compliance when handling debit card disputes. But do the brand rules really conflict with Reg E, or are they complementary? This session will examine the obligations from both sets of requirements and analyze the similarities and differences.Speaker: Diana Kern, SHAZAM AAP/APRP Credits -1.8               Futures Scenarios Post COVID-19                               In July 2020, the Secure Remote Payment Council (SRPc) conducted primary research on futures scenarios to identify most pressing payments trends, events, and influences In a post COVID-19 world. Using current events as a baseline, the SRPc narrowed the list of cost important industry trends to eleven futures scenarios represented in three broad categories of inquiry: - The customer behavior scenarios address the use of digital channels, touching public surfaces and demand for new payment options. - The systems and technology scenarios tackle the industry response to funds disbursements, onboarding new customers, usefulness of credit scores, deployment of contactless devices and ongoing fintech investment. - The security, risk and fraud scenarios focus on new user authentication, growth in online fraud and underwriting standards. The SRPc convened a virtual panel of payment industry experts to define the issues, evaluate their impact, and find practical actions for managing to them. This session, conducted by SRPc Executive Director, Paul Tomasofsky will present the findings of this effort and translate how FIs might be affected by COVID-19 payments market changes.Speaker: Paul Tomasofsky, Two Sparrows Consulting AAP/APRP Credits -1.5                               Cross Channel Fraud: The Interconnectivity of Payments           Fraud; the ever present boogeyman keeping auditors, risk managers, and controllers up at night. Fraud is not new. It has been around, in one version or another, since the beginning of commerce. Ponzi schemes, synthetic identity theft, loan fraud, business email compromise, Identity theft; they are all designed to take money from people through nefarious means. Let’s examine payments fraud to see how interconnectedness and settlement speed impact risk.Speaker: David Payne, ACH Alert AAP/APRP Credits - 1.5NCP Credits - 1.5           ACH and the E-SIGN Act       This presentation looks at the ESIGN Act and its importance for financial institutions as they commit increased resources and focus on digital signatures and avoiding physical paper. The presentation will also look at some specific examples in the context of ACH along with actual legal cases.Speaker: Scott Jones, Adams and Reese, LLP AAP/APRP Credits -1.4       Looking at Security with 2020 Vision     This year exposed many issues in society and in security.  Take a look at the trends and learn how they apply to you professionally and personally.Speaker: Giles Witherspoon-Boyd, Protocol Enterprises, LLC AAP/APRP Credits - 1.2     Payments Strategy: A Vision of Your Future         Being strategic about payments means shifting from a reactive to a proactive stance, which can be challenging in an environment of rapid technological change. As “faster” becomes “real-time,” a well-developed payments strategy is critical to the success of your institution and your customers. Join us to make sure the most critical components are included in your payment strategy!Speakers: Pam Rodriguez, Southern Financial Exchange and Lisa Coffey, Corporate America Credit Union AAP/APRP Credits - 1.2             Program schedule:September 22 - 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm (Day 1)September 23 - 8:30 am - 4:00 pm (Day 2) Click Here to Register! AAP/APRP Credits - 10.1NCP Credits - 1.5 What others are saying: “Information was very helpful in clarifying issues that I’ve heard about but never actually had to deal with in my position.” “There was much information that I could take back and use at our institution. Very helpful in every aspect of the ACH world.” “Really enjoyed the stories that gave real-life examples, very practical.” Registration Fees: Member:  $300 per person - SFE Education Club = 12 Points      Non-members:  $600 per person   ----