The Payments Canada SUMMIT conference is where the payment ecosystem gathers, bringing together a diverse sector to serve the payment needs of Canadians. It is a forum for broad conversations and deep discussions that explore a wide range of topics central to the future of payments. We come together to empower a new era of modern payments, where a robust and vibrant economy thrives.
The success of the 2022 event would not have been possible without the support and engagement of the entire payment ecosystem, which united in the virtual environment to keep the discussions on payment innovation alive.
We look forward to seeing everyone in person at The 2023 SUMMIT from May 3-5, in Toronto. Details about next year’s event will be shared later this year. Subscribe to The SUMMIT newsletter — your source for exclusive updates on Canada’s premier payment event.
The 2022 SUMMIT on YouTube
All keynote presentations are available for viewing on YouTube. This year’s keynotes explored topics such as financial inclusion, open banking and disruptive trends in financial services. You can also hear leaders from Payments Canada discuss the future of payments at The 2022 SUMMIT.
Where payments meets purpose
At Payments Canada, our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion are central to our culture and our impact in serving the needs of Canadians. We affirm this commitment in the delivery of an inclusive, safe and respectful conference experience at The SUMMIT that includes participation from people of all races, ethnicities, gender identities, ages, abilities, religions, and sexual orientations. We actively seek to increase the diversity of perspectives across the payment ecosystem and across our attendees, speakers, and sponsors through our Call for Speakers, other open submission processes, and through dialogue.
Payments Canada membership
Payments Canada convenes and collaborates across the payment ecosystem. We work with our member financial institutions, the federal government, the Bank of Canada, our national stakeholders and international counterparts to provide and improve the payment clearing and settlement systems in Canada.