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April 20-22, 2020

Payments Conference - Nacha & PaymentsFirst

FASTER PAYMENTS CONFERENCE



PaymentsFirst Member Price: $625 includes 13 webinars!

Thirteen, carefully chosen, educational sessions that would've been at Nacha’s Payments Conference will be offered as live webinars over the course of three days. All sessions will be recorded and qualify for 13 continuing education credits for AAP, APRP and CTP/CCM, regardless if you view the live event or the recordings.

There are 1,000 virtual seats in each session. While we anticipate being able to accommodate everyone during the live sessions, there is a chance we may reach capacity. Should this happen, please don't worry, your registration includes the on-demand recordings so you can listen at your leisure. Virtual seats are on a first come, first served basis. If one session does reach capacity in the live session, please try again for the next session as the virtual seats limit per session. 

An attendee registration link will be emailed to the registrant prior to the virtual conference. 


Payments Virtual Conference Schedule
Monday, April 20

TIME (EASTERN)
SESSION

11:00-11:50 AM
Executive Series: A Simplified Solution for the Future of Payments
Track: Disruptive Ideas & Technologies

The world of global payments remains in constant flux, reflecting a new collaborative ecosystem amongst incumbent banks, digital giants, fintechs, card networks, and of course, consumers and merchants. Yet transformation in the payments industry tends to occur gradually. This session looks at how global payments are what is ahead in the next five years. Both incumbents and upstarts are focused on the advent of a global, simplified network capable of delivering cross-border, cross-currency mass payments using local, low-value clearing systems. Attendees will hear from industry experts who delve into an international use case that further explores the importance of building an end-to-end, connected global network as the foundation for payments transformation that includes a full range of payment channels.

Questions answered in this session:

  1. How can organizations become better prepared for future payment innovations?
  2. Why is it important for organizations to cater to a full breadth of payment mechanisms?

Andrew Joyce
Executive Director, FX Product Management, J.P. Morgan

Joseph Stark
Head of Americas, Earthport

12:00-12:50 PM
Spotlight Speaker Series: ACH State of the Union
Track: ACH

In this session, representatives from The Clearing House, The Federal Reserve and Nacha provide a look at the current state of the ACH Network. The presenters cover trends in ACH Network volume and use cases, including the adoption and primary use case of Same Day ACH; new initiatives to improve the capabilities of the ACH Network and where Same Day ACH is headed; and current hot spots in ACH risk management and fraud prevention.  In addition, the speakers address how the ACH Network continues to operate in light of the Coronavirus pandemic, the national emergency, and the need for organizations and individuals to practice social distancing. 

Questions answered in this session: 

  1. What is the current state of the ACH Network? Who’s using it and for what, including the Same Day ACH capabilities?
  2. What future enhancements to the ACH Network are coming and are being contemplated?

 Nell Campbell-Drake, AAP
Vice President, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta

Michael L. Herd
Senior Vice President, ACH Network Administration, Nacha

Alex C. Romeo
VP, EPN Product Manager, The Clearing House

1:30-2:20 PM
It's a Small World After All: Global Payment Synchronization & Deployment 
Track: Disruptive Ideas & Technologies

Global payment deployment is evolving rapidly from a regulatory and adoption perspective. The advent of SEPA Instant, linkage with Global Mass-Pay in more than 100 countries, and foreign exchange (F/X) options are combining with e-wallets in regions around the globe. Tremendous innovation is coming to North America as well, as investments in initiatives linked to Same Day ACH, real-time payments, and e-wallets are dominating boardroom agendas. In this panel discussion, industry leaders examine the realization and impact of global payments, both in terms of expanding accessibility, and how e-wallets and blockchain-based coins are impacting the industry to meet near and long-term strategic objectives. Attendees will learn about the regulatory framework impacting global payments and real-world use cases.

Questions answered by this session:

  1. What are the latest global trends in payments and deployment?
  2. What are some real-world use cases that illustrate adoption of global and real-time payments across the industry?

 Steven Bernstein
Executive Director, Payables and Receivables Products and Markets, J.P. Morgan

Katja Lehr
Director, North American Products, Paypal Inc.

Alan Koenigsberg
SVP and Global Head of New Payment Flows, Visa Business Solutions

2:30-3:20 PM 
Spotlight Speaker Series: Turning the Tables on Fraud 
Track: Cybersecurity & Risk

From the C-Suite to accounting practitioners, payment fraud is one of the gravest concerns in the industry today. The threat from fraud grows even more ominous as payment processes speed up with the increased adoption of real-time transactions. In this panel discussion, examine new innovations that combine fraud mitigation tools and machine-learning to improve end-to-end protections in the battle against fraud. Attendees take a closer look at API-driven real-time solutions with real-time updates that are well-suited for higher volume payments processes.    

Questions answered in this session: 

  1. How are fraud mitigation tools being successfully deployed within the payments workflow? 
  2. What are some real-world use cases that illustrate adoption of fraud mitigation tools across the industry?

Frank D'Amadeo
Assistant Treasurer, Con Edison NY

Hector E. Sandoval, CTP
Industry Expert

Moderated by: Steven E. Bernstein
Executive Director, ACH, Global ACH Marketing & Product, J.P. Morgan

4:00-4:50 PM
The Future of FedNow(TM)
Track: Disruptive Ideas & Technologies

Since its founding, the Federal Reserve has played a key operational role in the nation’s payment system by providing infrastructure to move funds and information between financial institutions. After assessing hundreds of comments from the industry, the Fed announced its decision to develop a new 24/7/365 RTGS service to support the payment and settlement of faster payments in the U.S. Since then, the Fed has continued its collaboration with industry stakeholders to finalize planned features of the FedNow service. Hear what is next for real-time payments and how your organization can prepare.

Questions answered in this session:

  1. What are the Fed's next steps for FedNow?
  2. What initiatives are underway to ensure FedNow is secure, efficient, ubiquitous and fast?

Nick Stanescu
Senior Vice President and FedNow Business Executive, Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Tuesday, April 21

TIME (EASTERN)
SESSION

11:00-11:50 AM
How Consumers Want to Get Paid 
Track: Corporate & End User Perspectives

From Venmo to Zelle, consumers are finding ways to send payments with less effort. Similarly, consumers are expecting businesses to pay them with similar ease and convenience. For businesses, sending payments to consumers, specifically in the fields of insurance, banking and ISP services, sending paper checks is inefficient and outdated. This session focuses on companies and technologies that are building a directory and infrastructure that will give the users the ease and convenience they are seeking.

Questions answered in this session:

  1. How can an organization effectively pay large numbers of consumers seamlessly?
  2. What are the latest technologies and payment companies that are bridging B2B with P2P payments, by providing businesses an efficient push payment solution?

PJ Gupta
CEO & Founder, Checkbook

Forouz Firoozi
Senior Vice President, Wells Fargo

Sam Aarons
Cofounder and CTO, Modern Treasury

12:00-12:50 PM 
The Future of Banking in an Open, Digital & Real-Time World 
Track: Disruptive Ideas & Technologies

Have open banking, PSD2, and connected banking presented a watershed moment for financial institutions? What should your organization do? Who benefits and how? What might the U.S. financial institution landscape look like if connected banking succeeds? In this interactive session, panelists engage the audience in a lively Q&A to help attendees understand the changes and examine what the future may look like.

Questions answered in this session:

  1. What is the relevance of open banking from a U.S. point of view?
  2. How should an organization prepare and plan for open banking?

Michael Bellacosa
Managing Director, Head of Global Payments, BNY Mellon

Peter Davey
Vice President, Product Innovation, The Clearing House

Peter Tapling
Managing Director, PTap Advisory LLC

Moderated by: Gene Neyer
Executive Advisor, Payments, Icon Solutions

1:30-2:20 PM 
Fintech Bank Charters: Digital-Only Financial Institutions & Implications for Payments
Track: Compliance & Regulatory

Digital-only financial institutions have been entering the payments space at an increasing rate. This trend is only set to increase if more fintechs successfully obtain bank charters. Panelists in this session discuss results from having worked with a number of fintechs at various stages of the bank chartering process. Attendees come away with an understanding of the steps necessary to access partnerships with fintechs.

Questions answered in this session:

  1. What are some strategic considerations as to why a fintech should or should not consider a banking charter?
  2. What are some common issues that arise for fintechs during the bank chartering process?

Patrick Boot
Associate, Hunton Andrews Kurth, LLP

Carl Goss
Counsel, Hunton Andrews Kurth, LLP

Scott R. Racusin
President & CEO, Merchants Bank of California

2:30-3:20 PM 
Mapping Fraud: The Road to Safer Payments 
Track: Cybersecurity & Risk

The lack of an industry standard for categorizing payment fraud losses has created difficulties in capturing and interpreting fraud trends. To help address these challenges, the Federal Reserve established the Fraud Definitions Work Group that includes an array of payments stakeholders. These experts have worked to craft a recommended Fraud Classification Model defining ACH, wire and check fraud. Hear how the Model adds value to the payments industry and how speakers have taken steps to adopt the framework into their organizations’ fraud prevention methods.  

Questions answered in this session:

  1. How was the Fraud Classification Model developed and what does the road to adoption look like?
  2. Where do industry experts see the value in this Fraud Classification Model for the entire payments industry?

Gasan Awad
Vice President of Fraud and Anti-Money Laundering, Fiserv

Chris Guard, CUCE, NCCO, AFC
Vice President, E-Services Compliance & Fraud, State Employees' Credit Union

Eric Tran-Le
VP, Product Management, Guardian Analytics

Moderated by: Michael Timoney
Vice President, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

Wednesday, April 22

TIME (EASTERN)
SESSION

11:00-11:50 AM 
Executive Series: Future-Readiness of Community Financial Institutions 
Track: Practical Strategies, Real Results

Balancing the demands of payments modernization and digital transformation while defending market position from new entrants requires new thinking to achieve success. How can community financial institutions ensure they are future-ready when navigating a disruptive payments landscape changing at an unprecedented rate? This session features a panel of prominent banking executives who will share their experiences and lessons learned in developing their payments strategy. Hear how these payments leaders strengthened their banks’ ability to keep pace with innovation, respond to the demand for new products like faster payments, and counter emerging competitive threats.

Questions answered in this session:

  1. How can community financial institutions ensure they are future-ready when navigating a disruptive payments landscape?
  2. How can the executive team best communicate those initiatives to the entire staff to ensure everyone is aware of and understands the changes?

Misti Johnson Mostiller
EVP, Director of Consumer Strategy & Innovation, Extraco Banks, N.A.

Christopher E. Richards, APRP
SVP, Chief Banking Services Officer, Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank

Kathy Strasser
EVP, Chief Operating Officer, IncredibleBank

Moderated by: Deborah Matthews Phillips, AAP
SVP, Payments & Technology Policy & Industry Relations, Independent Community Bankers of America

12:00-12:50 PM 
Meaningful Modernization of the Nacha Operating Rules
Track: ACH

Nacha is proposing changes to the Rules that would accommodate new technologies and channels for ACH initiation, simplify authorizations, make authorizations and security requirements more consistent across channels, allow flexibility in use of some SEC codes, and reduce administrative and record keeping burdens. This session details these changes and how you can prepare.

Questions answered in this session:

  1. What changes are being made to authorization requirements, SEC codes, warranties, and technology standards?
  2. Can you streamline the return process with agreements to accept returns?

Jeanette Hait Blanco
Associate General Counsel - Network, Nacha

Gretchen Elise Lamberg
Counsel, Banking & Financial Services, Sidley Austin, LLP

Jen Wasmund, AAP, CTP, NCP
Senior Manager, Enterprise Payments Risk Management, Capital One

1:30-2:20 PM 
Real-Time SSN Verification: What You Need to Know 
Track: Cybersecurity & Risk

As synthetic and modified identity fraud continues to skyrocket, efforts are under way to launch the first-ever electronic Consent Based Social Security Number Verification (eCBSV) service, which will allow financial institutions and service providers to verify in real time if a person’s SSN, name and date of birth combination matches Social Security records. As one of only 10 participants selected for the SSA’s initial roll-out for eCBSV, Early Warning is working with several of the country’s largest financial institutions to launch a pilot in which inquiries for deposit, credit card, lending and investment accounts can be processed. This session covers what’s being done to bring the historic eCBSV service to market and discuss what you need to know about this new tool to help curb the synthetic and modified identity problem across the industry.

Questions answered in this session:

  1. Where is Early Warning in the pilot process?
  2. What is being done to bring this service to market?

Randall Casciello
Senior Director Market Solutions, Early Warning

2:30-3:20 PM 
Mitigating Security Weaknesses by Focusing on Payment Data
Track: Innovations in Information

Fraudsters have never been shy about using vulnerabilities to launch digital attacks that cost trillions of dollars in damage each year. What if payment professionals could identify payment patterns that would flag potential payment fraud before it occurred? This session discusses how corporate payment practitioners can harness the data around their payment practices to make their transactions more secure and train staff to recognize transactions that don’t match data-based patterns. Speakers provide engaging conversation around how to evaluate data, what to do once payment patterns have been established, and how to work with banking partners and third-party providers to ensure transactions are executed safely and securely.

Questions answered in this session:

  1. How can payment transaction data be used to establish payment patterns and protocols that mitigate risk?
  2. What opportunities exist to supplement data information to strengthen risk mitigation tools and practices?

Liam Cooney
Vice President, Mastercard

Ryan Stallings
Business and Reporting Analyst, J.P. Morgan

Dave Tiezzi
Vice President, Head of Partners and Channels, Early Warning

Moderated by: Tracey Horn
VP, ACH Product Manager, J.P. Morgan


Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee

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2020-04-20 2020-04-22 America/Detroit Payments Conference - Nacha & PaymentsFirst PaymentsFirst Member Price: $625 includes 13 webinars! Thirteen, carefully chosen, educational sessions that would've been at Nacha’s Payments Conference will be offered as live webinars over the course of three days. All sessions will be recorded and qualify for 13 continuing education credits for AAP, APRP and CTP/CCM, regardless if you view the live event or the recordings. There are 1,000 virtual seats in each session. While we anticipate being able to accommodate everyone during the live sessions, there is a chance we may reach capacity. Should this happen, please don't worry, your registration includes the on-demand recordings so you can listen at your leisure. Virtual seats are on a first come, first served basis. If one session does reach capacity in the live session, please try again for the next session as the virtual seats limit per session.  An attendee registration link will be emailed to the registrant prior to the virtual conference.  Payments Virtual Conference ScheduleMonday, April 20 TIME (EASTERN)SESSION11:00-11:50 AM Executive Series: A Simplified Solution for the Future of PaymentsTrack: Disruptive Ideas & TechnologiesThe world of global payments remains in constant flux, reflecting a new collaborative ecosystem amongst incumbent banks, digital giants, fintechs, card networks, and of course, consumers and merchants. Yet transformation in the payments industry tends to occur gradually. This session looks at how global payments are what is ahead in the next five years. Both incumbents and upstarts are focused on the advent of a global, simplified network capable of delivering cross-border, cross-currency mass payments using local, low-value clearing systems. Attendees will hear from industry experts who delve into an international use case that further explores the importance of building an end-to-end, connected global network as the foundation for payments transformation that includes a full range of payment channels.Questions answered in this session: How can organizations become better prepared for future payment innovations? Why is it important for organizations to cater to a full breadth of payment mechanisms? Andrew JoyceExecutive Director, FX Product Management, J.P. Morgan Joseph StarkHead of Americas, Earthport 12:00-12:50 PM Spotlight Speaker Series: ACH State of the UnionTrack: ACHIn this session, representatives from The Clearing House, The Federal Reserve and Nacha provide a look at the current state of the ACH Network. The presenters cover trends in ACH Network volume and use cases, including the adoption and primary use case of Same Day ACH; new initiatives to improve the capabilities of the ACH Network and where Same Day ACH is headed; and current hot spots in ACH risk management and fraud prevention.  In addition, the speakers address how the ACH Network continues to operate in light of the Coronavirus pandemic, the national emergency, and the need for organizations and individuals to practice social distancing.  Questions answered in this session:  What is the current state of the ACH Network? Who’s using it and for what, including the Same Day ACH capabilities? What future enhancements to the ACH Network are coming and are being contemplated?  Nell Campbell-Drake, AAPVice President, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Michael L. HerdSenior Vice President, ACH Network Administration, Nacha Alex C. RomeoVP, EPN Product Manager, The Clearing House 1:30-2:20 PMIt's a Small World After All: Global Payment Synchronization & Deployment Track: Disruptive Ideas & Technologies Global payment deployment is evolving rapidly from a regulatory and adoption perspective. The advent of SEPA Instant, linkage with Global Mass-Pay in more than 100 countries, and foreign exchange (F/X) options are combining with e-wallets in regions around the globe. Tremendous innovation is coming to North America as well, as investments in initiatives linked to Same Day ACH, real-time payments, and e-wallets are dominating boardroom agendas. In this panel discussion, industry leaders examine the realization and impact of global payments, both in terms of expanding accessibility, and how e-wallets and blockchain-based coins are impacting the industry to meet near and long-term strategic objectives. Attendees will learn about the regulatory framework impacting global payments and real-world use cases. Questions answered by this session: What are the latest global trends in payments and deployment? What are some real-world use cases that illustrate adoption of global and real-time payments across the industry?  Steven BernsteinExecutive Director, Payables and Receivables Products and Markets, J.P. Morgan Katja LehrDirector, North American Products, Paypal Inc. Alan KoenigsbergSVP and Global Head of New Payment Flows, Visa Business Solutions 2:30-3:20 PM Spotlight Speaker Series: Turning the Tables on Fraud Track: Cybersecurity & Risk From the C-Suite to accounting practitioners, payment fraud is one of the gravest concerns in the industry today. The threat from fraud grows even more ominous as payment processes speed up with the increased adoption of real-time transactions. In this panel discussion, examine new innovations that combine fraud mitigation tools and machine-learning to improve end-to-end protections in the battle against fraud. Attendees take a closer look at API-driven real-time solutions with real-time updates that are well-suited for higher volume payments processes.     Questions answered in this session:  How are fraud mitigation tools being successfully deployed within the payments workflow?  What are some real-world use cases that illustrate adoption of fraud mitigation tools across the industry? Frank D'AmadeoAssistant Treasurer, Con Edison NY Hector E. Sandoval, CTPIndustry Expert Moderated by: Steven E. BernsteinExecutive Director, ACH, Global ACH Marketing & Product, J.P. Morgan 4:00-4:50 PMThe Future of FedNow(TM)Track: Disruptive Ideas & TechnologiesSince its founding, the Federal Reserve has played a key operational role in the nation’s payment system by providing infrastructure to move funds and information between financial institutions. After assessing hundreds of comments from the industry, the Fed announced its decision to develop a new 24/7/365 RTGS service to support the payment and settlement of faster payments in the U.S. Since then, the Fed has continued its collaboration with industry stakeholders to finalize planned features of the FedNow service. Hear what is next for real-time payments and how your organization can prepare.Questions answered in this session: What are the Fed's next steps for FedNow? What initiatives are underway to ensure FedNow is secure, efficient, ubiquitous and fast? Nick StanescuSenior Vice President and FedNow Business Executive, Federal Reserve Bank of New York Tuesday, April 21 TIME (EASTERN)SESSION11:00-11:50 AMHow Consumers Want to Get Paid Track: Corporate & End User Perspectives From Venmo to Zelle, consumers are finding ways to send payments with less effort. Similarly, consumers are expecting businesses to pay them with similar ease and convenience. For businesses, sending payments to consumers, specifically in the fields of insurance, banking and ISP services, sending paper checks is inefficient and outdated. This session focuses on companies and technologies that are building a directory and infrastructure that will give the users the ease and convenience they are seeking. Questions answered in this session: How can an organization effectively pay large numbers of consumers seamlessly? What are the latest technologies and payment companies that are bridging B2B with P2P payments, by providing businesses an efficient push payment solution? PJ GuptaCEO & Founder, Checkbook Forouz FirooziSenior Vice President, Wells Fargo Sam AaronsCofounder and CTO, Modern Treasury 12:00-12:50 PM The Future of Banking in an Open, Digital & Real-Time World Track: Disruptive Ideas & Technologies Have open banking, PSD2, and connected banking presented a watershed moment for financial institutions? What should your organization do? Who benefits and how? What might the U.S. financial institution landscape look like if connected banking succeeds? In this interactive session, panelists engage the audience in a lively Q&A to help attendees understand the changes and examine what the future may look like. Questions answered in this session: What is the relevance of open banking from a U.S. point of view? How should an organization prepare and plan for open banking? Michael BellacosaManaging Director, Head of Global Payments, BNY Mellon Peter DaveyVice President, Product Innovation, The Clearing House Peter TaplingManaging Director, PTap Advisory LLC Moderated by: Gene NeyerExecutive Advisor, Payments, Icon Solutions 1:30-2:20 PM Fintech Bank Charters: Digital-Only Financial Institutions & Implications for PaymentsTrack: Compliance & Regulatory Digital-only financial institutions have been entering the payments space at an increasing rate. This trend is only set to increase if more fintechs successfully obtain bank charters. Panelists in this session discuss results from having worked with a number of fintechs at various stages of the bank chartering process. Attendees come away with an understanding of the steps necessary to access partnerships with fintechs. Questions answered in this session: What are some strategic considerations as to why a fintech should or should not consider a banking charter? What are some common issues that arise for fintechs during the bank chartering process? Patrick BootAssociate, Hunton Andrews Kurth, LLP Carl GossCounsel, Hunton Andrews Kurth, LLP Scott R. RacusinPresident & CEO, Merchants Bank of California 2:30-3:20 PM Mapping Fraud: The Road to Safer Payments Track: Cybersecurity & Risk The lack of an industry standard for categorizing payment fraud losses has created difficulties in capturing and interpreting fraud trends. To help address these challenges, the Federal Reserve established the Fraud Definitions Work Group that includes an array of payments stakeholders. These experts have worked to craft a recommended Fraud Classification Model defining ACH, wire and check fraud. Hear how the Model adds value to the payments industry and how speakers have taken steps to adopt the framework into their organizations’ fraud prevention methods.   Questions answered in this session: How was the Fraud Classification Model developed and what does the road to adoption look like? Where do industry experts see the value in this Fraud Classification Model for the entire payments industry? Gasan AwadVice President of Fraud and Anti-Money Laundering, Fiserv Chris Guard, CUCE, NCCO, AFCVice President, E-Services Compliance & Fraud, State Employees' Credit Union Eric Tran-LeVP, Product Management, Guardian Analytics Moderated by: Michael TimoneyVice President, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Wednesday, April 22 TIME (EASTERN) SESSION 11:00-11:50 AM Executive Series: Future-Readiness of Community Financial Institutions Track: Practical Strategies, Real Results Balancing the demands of payments modernization and digital transformation while defending market position from new entrants requires new thinking to achieve success. How can community financial institutions ensure they are future-ready when navigating a disruptive payments landscape changing at an unprecedented rate? This session features a panel of prominent banking executives who will share their experiences and lessons learned in developing their payments strategy. Hear how these payments leaders strengthened their banks’ ability to keep pace with innovation, respond to the demand for new products like faster payments, and counter emerging competitive threats. Questions answered in this session: How can community financial institutions ensure they are future-ready when navigating a disruptive payments landscape? How can the executive team best communicate those initiatives to the entire staff to ensure everyone is aware of and understands the changes? Misti Johnson MostillerEVP, Director of Consumer Strategy & Innovation, Extraco Banks, N.A. Christopher E. Richards, APRPSVP, Chief Banking Services Officer, Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank Kathy StrasserEVP, Chief Operating Officer, IncredibleBank Moderated by: Deborah Matthews Phillips, AAPSVP, Payments & Technology Policy & Industry Relations, Independent Community Bankers of America 12:00-12:50 PM Meaningful Modernization of the Nacha Operating RulesTrack: ACH Nacha is proposing changes to the Rules that would accommodate new technologies and channels for ACH initiation, simplify authorizations, make authorizations and security requirements more consistent across channels, allow flexibility in use of some SEC codes, and reduce administrative and record keeping burdens. This session details these changes and how you can prepare. Questions answered in this session: What changes are being made to authorization requirements, SEC codes, warranties, and technology standards? Can you streamline the return process with agreements to accept returns? Jeanette Hait BlancoAssociate General Counsel - Network, Nacha Gretchen Elise LambergCounsel, Banking & Financial Services, Sidley Austin, LLP Jen Wasmund, AAP, CTP, NCPSenior Manager, Enterprise Payments Risk Management, Capital One 1:30-2:20 PM Real-Time SSN Verification: What You Need to Know Track: Cybersecurity & Risk As synthetic and modified identity fraud continues to skyrocket, efforts are under way to launch the first-ever electronic Consent Based Social Security Number Verification (eCBSV) service, which will allow financial institutions and service providers to verify in real time if a person’s SSN, name and date of birth combination matches Social Security records. As one of only 10 participants selected for the SSA’s initial roll-out for eCBSV, Early Warning is working with several of the country’s largest financial institutions to launch a pilot in which inquiries for deposit, credit card, lending and investment accounts can be processed. This session covers what’s being done to bring the historic eCBSV service to market and discuss what you need to know about this new tool to help curb the synthetic and modified identity problem across the industry. Questions answered in this session: Where is Early Warning in the pilot process? What is being done to bring this service to market? Randall CascielloSenior Director Market Solutions, Early Warning 2:30-3:20 PM Mitigating Security Weaknesses by Focusing on Payment DataTrack: Innovations in Information Fraudsters have never been shy about using vulnerabilities to launch digital attacks that cost trillions of dollars in damage each year. What if payment professionals could identify payment patterns that would flag potential payment fraud before it occurred? This session discusses how corporate payment practitioners can harness the data around their payment practices to make their transactions more secure and train staff to recognize transactions that don’t match data-based patterns. Speakers provide engaging conversation around how to evaluate data, what to do once payment patterns have been established, and how to work with banking partners and third-party providers to ensure transactions are executed safely and securely. Questions answered in this session: How can payment transaction data be used to establish payment patterns and protocols that mitigate risk? What opportunities exist to supplement data information to strengthen risk mitigation tools and practices? Liam CooneyVice President, Mastercard Ryan StallingsBusiness and Reporting Analyst, J.P. Morgan Dave TiezziVice President, Head of Partners and Channels, Early Warning Moderated by: Tracey HornVP, ACH Product Manager, J.P. Morgan Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee ----

June

Wed
17
2020
June 17, 2020

Cyber Account Takeover

June 17, 2020 11:00 am ET/ 10:00 am CT

Webinar

Wed
24
2020
June 24, 2020

Regulation E Disputes

June 24, 2020 11:00 am ET/ 10:00 am CT

Webinar

July

Wed
8
2020
July 8, 2020

Elder Financial Abuse

July 8, 2020 11:00 am ET/ 10:00 am CT

Webinar

Wed
22
2020
July 22, 2020

ACH 201

July 22, 2020 11:00 am ET/ 10:00 am CT

Webinar

August

Thu
6
2020
August 6, 2020

ACH for Frontline

11:00 am ET/ 10:00 am CT

Webinar

Tue
11
2020
August 11, 2020

ACH Boot Camp

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Atlanta, GA

Wed
12
2020
August 12, 2020

Compliance Boot Camp

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Atlanta, GA

Fri
14
2020
August 14, 2020

Complimentary Power Hour -

11:00 am ET/ 10:00 am CT

Tue
18
2020
August 18, 2020

Card - Debit/Credit Boot Camp

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Knoxville, TN

Wed
19
2020
August 19, 2020

RDC/Check Boot Camp

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Knoxville, TN

Tue
25
2020
August 25, 2020

RDC/Check Boot Camp

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Nashville, TN

Tue
25
2020
August 25, 2020

Card - Debit/Credit Boot Camp

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Birmingham, AL

Wed
26
2020
August 26, 2020

RDC/Check Boot Camp

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Birmingham, AL

Wed
26
2020
August 26, 2020

Compliance Boot Camp

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Nashville, TN

Thu
27
2020
August 27, 2020

Wire Transfers

11:00 am ET/ 10:00 am CT

Webinar

September

Thu
10
2020
September 10, 2020

Government Reclamations

11:00 am ET/ 10:00 am CT

Webinar

Tue
15
2020
September 15, 2020

Treasury Management

11:00 am ET/ 10:00 am CT

Webinar

Thu
17
2020
September 17, 2020

ACH Trends

11:00 am ET/ 10:00 am CT

Webinar

Tue
29
2020
September 29, 2020

ACH Origination - Risk

11:00 am ET/ 10:00 am CT

Webinar

October

Tue
6
2020
October 6, 2020

Upcoming Rules Changes

11:00 am ET/ 10:00 am CT

Webinar

Fri
9
2020
October 9, 2020

Complimentary Power Hour -

11:00 am ET/ 10:00 am CT

Tue
20
2020
October 20, 2020

Card - Debit/Credit Boot Camp

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Atlanta, GA

Wed
21
2020
October 21, 2020

RDC/Check Boot Camp

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Atlanta, GA

Thu
22
2020
October 22, 2020

Regulation E for Frontline

11:00 am ET/ 10:00 am CT

Webinar

November

Thu
5
2020
November 5, 2020

Do I Need to Audit My Originators?

11:00 am ET/ 10:00 am CT

Webinar

Tue
17
2020
November 17, 2020

ACH Origination - Educating Your Originators

11:00 am ET/ 10:00 am CT

Webinar

Thu
19
2020
November 19, 2020

Debit Card Disputes

11:00 am ET/ 10:00 am CT

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December

Tue
8
2020
December 8, 2020

Top 10 Audit Exceptions

11:00 AM ET / 10:00 AM CT

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Thu
10
2020
December 10, 2020

Fallback Transactions

11:00 am ET/ 10:00 am CT

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Fri
11
2020
December 11, 2020

Complimentary Power Hour -

11:00 am ET/ 10:00 am CT

Tue
15
2020
December 15, 2020

Faster Payments 2021

11:00 AM ET / 10:00 AM CT

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Thu
17
2020
December 17, 2020

Stop Payments for Frontline

11:00 AM ET / 10:00 AM CT

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