New partnership with Beedie School of Business, at Simon Fraser University, brings tailored offering of The Business of Payments.

Published: August 24, 2020

As countries around the world continue to modernize their payments systems, the need for experienced payments leaders is more pertinent than ever. The Business of Payments offers state of the art payments education to those future leaders. 

The Business of Payments program expands as a new partnership is established with the Beedie School of Business at Simon Fraser University. A program designed and developed to support and encourage the growth of the payments industry, established in partnership with the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto. 

The Beedie School of Business will offer a version of this program that highlights integrative thinking and building effective data strategies. Tailored to participants such as credit unions, corporates with international supply chains and burgeoning fintechs with an expanded curriculum to include international payments and cybersecurity. 

For full details about the Beedie offering, please visit the Beedie Business of Payments website.

The Rotman School of Management will continue to offer a version of this program that highlights payments talent acquisition and the payments technology landscape. With a distinct focus on strategic partnerships, mergers and acquisitions, and growing payments talent, participants will gain insight into facilitating strong relationships within the payments ecosystem. Now accepting its third round of applicants, graduates of the Rotman offering continue to give praise to the depth of the course programming and the breadth of topics covered.

Don’t miss this opportunity to turn your payments knowledge into an industry advantage. For more information visit our Education Hub


*Due to COVID-19, The Business of Payments program will be offered virtually at both schools until further notice. Fall schedules have been designed to support new working environment scenarios, allowing for a more balanced approach for learning.