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Making the Move to Real-Time Payments

Thu, Sep 13, 2018 1:02 PM EDT{LOCAL_TZ}



In July 2017, the Federal Reserve’s Faster Payments Task Force announced its goal to make faster payments an option by 2020 for every customer and business transaction. That may seem like lots of time, but there is much to be gained by being early to market, and increased risk for those who delay.
Also, getting the basics right is key to unlocking the future potential of innovative overlay services and new use cases. Fortunately, with more than 40 instant-payment schemes now live around the world, there is much to learn from the experience of others. So, where should you start?

In this webinar from Digital Transactions, sponsored by FIS, we bring together expert speakers from the payments industry to discuss these issues and more.


Topics include:
•             What are the key pointers for a successful real-time payments launch?
•             What are the potential benefits?
•             How have early adopters approached real time in the U.S. and what has been their experiences?
•             Where are the key integration points?
•             How can you develop the right support model?
•             What are the deployment options and how can third parties help?




Speakers:

John Stewart, DT Editor, Moderator

John Stewart is an experienced editor and journalist who has covered the electronic payments business for 33 years. He has edited Digital Transactions, Digital Transactions News, and digitaltrnsactions.net since he cofounded their publisher, Boland Hill Media, in 2003.




Timothy Mills, Vice President, The Clearing House Payments Company.

Timothy Mills is a Vice President with The Clearing House Payments Company. He heads business development for the company. 

Mr. Mills has worked with organizations of all sizes during his 20-year career. He has worked extensively with both financial institutions and non-financial institutions on issues related to payments strategy, compliance and emerging payments. He has also consulted with central banks on issues related to payments modernization.  

Mr. Mills holds the Accredited ACH Professional (AAP) credential and has served as a member of the National Automated Clearing House Association’s (NACHA) Payments Institute Board of Regents, Risk Management Advisory Group (RMAG) and Payments Conference Planning Committee.

A frequent speaker at conferences and payments related functions; he is an alumnus of Kutztown University and The Ohio State University.


Susan K. Meyer, AAP Product Manager, U.S. Real Time Payments FIS 

Susan Meyer is a Product Manager at FIS with 20+ years banking and payment system experience, ranging from banking operations to product management of payment applications. She is currently responsible for the strategic vision and product direction of US Real Time Payments under FIS’ Corporate Banking Solutions Group Division. 

Before joining FIS, Susan was responsible for product management of Fiserv’s Payment Outsourcing solutions. Prior to that she managed various payment operations at M&T Bank and First Niagara Bank, both located in Western New York.  

Susan is graduate of Medaille College receiving an M.B.A. She earned an AAP accreditation in 2006. 


Nancy H. Atkinson, Founder and Principal, GTB Consulting

In her over 30 year financial services career, Nancy’s experience encompasses in-depth research on markets and industry trends, identification of new and emerging technologies, gaps in current provider solutions leading to opportunities to deploy innovative technologies, adoption criteria, eCommerce strategies, new product development and product management of payments and payments-related solutions, and operations management primarily focused on supporting companies’ payable and receivables processes. Prior to founding GTB Consulting, Nancy spent 11 years as a senior analyst at Aite Group, LLC, a leading financial services industry research and consultant firm. During Nancy’s nearly 24 year tenure at Mellon Financial Corporation, she performed many senior roles across at least five disciplines within the company, resulting in broad understanding of banking and key functions supporting companies’ treasury processes. Nancy has been an active member, and frequent leader, in a number of financial services’ industry groups, including The Federal Reserve Bank’s Remittance and Payment Coalition, the National Automated Clearing House Association (NACHA), the Association of Financial Professionals (AFP), the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications (SWIFT), the Financial Services Technology Consortium (FSTC), and the Professional Association for the Commercial Card and Payment Industry (NAPCP). Nancy is a Certified Cash Manager (CCM) and has her M.B.A. from Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
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