2019 Women in Payments Symposium
The Women in Payments Symposium is a one-of-a-kind learning and networking opportunity tailored for stakeholders from across payments, banking and fintech. Our aim is to provide a platform to showcase talented women payments professionals—both established career executives, as well as rising stars—building industry profile to further their careers. The day's focus is to discuss issues, challenges and opportunities faced by incumbents, innovators and disruptors across the payments ecosystem.
Payments Canada Session | February 5, 2:00PM - 3:00PM
Enabling cross-border innovation: solving pain points through payments modernization and collaboration in North America
A discussion with Anne Butler, Vice-President, Policy & Research, Payments Canada, and Jane Larimer, COO and General Counsel, NACHA, about global payment system trends, exploring how evolving infrastructure can enable innovation and various levels of interoperability, and the activities Payments Canada and NACHA are undertaking to modernize their payments systems. Learn how NACHA and Payments Canada are collaborating in API standardization proofs of concept to enable financial institutions and their corporate customers to benefit from new areas of technology, addressing pain points in both countries and demonstrating cross-border collaboration in North America.
- Website: www.wip-global.org
Payments Compliance & Innovation in Canada
The Canadian Institute is proud to present our 14th Annual Forum on Payments Compliance and Innovation— an event specifically designed to give your financial institution, retailer, or card provider the crucial information you need to ensure that your payments strategies are remaining compliant while delivering the services your customers and clients have come to expect.
Join your peers in Toronto on February 26 and 27, 2019 for two days of frank discussions on the current and future legal and regulatory frameworks that Canada’s payments professionals will need to negotiate. Hear from regulators and industry associations on the essential updates to payments technologies and cyber security concerns that keep you up at night:
- Building a robust compliance program — Going beyond Marcotte to devise a compliance program that is clear and enforced across all of your organization
- Analyzing of the proposed amendments to the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act 2018
- Looking beyond 2019 and into Canada’s payments future — exploring the possibility of Open Banking
- Knowing your customer — timely strategies to ensure you know who you’re doing business with
- Preventing data breaches and managing the risk of potential cyber security liabilities