2017 ETA UNIVERSITY (ETAU) – PAYMENTS TECHNOLOGY DAY
Industry experts will address various aspects of payments systems, including credit and debit cards, prepaid products, digital currency, and new mobile technologies. Additionally, experts will discuss the anatomy of a breach, and how the payments industry is protecting consumers and sensitive information.
This event is open to policy makers and congressional staff who are new to the payments space, as well as those who want to build on their knowledge of this rapidly evolving payments industry. This event is not open to the media. A light breakfast as well as lunch will be provided. This event is considered widely attended.
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|DATE||Thursday, February 23|
|TIME||9:00am – 1:30pm|
|LOCATION||United States Capitol
Capitol Visitor Center
HVC – Room 200
Washington, DC 20510
Light breakfast will be served.
Jason Oxman, CEO, ETA
|9:10am||PANEL 1 – BASIC OVERVIEW OF THE PAYMENTS SYSTEM
This panel of experts will provide a broad overview of the payments system, who the major players are, the mechanics of transactions, and what the challenges and opportunities are.
Andrew Bigart, Counsel, Venable LLP
Theresa Kananen, Co-Chair of the Payment Systems Practice, Partner, Arnall Golden Gregory LLP
|10:00am||PANEL 2 – SMALL BUSINESS MARKETPLACE LENDING
This panel will provide an overview of marketplace lending and its economic benefits / opportunities for small businesses.
Daniel Gorfine, Vice President External Affairs and General Consul, OnDeck
Moderator, Evan Minsberg, Associate, Venable LLP
|11:00pm||PANEL 3 – MOBILE PAYMENTS
This panel will focus on mobile payments technologies and how they have transformed payments.
Amanda Slater, Senior Director, Visa
Amie Woeber, Manager, Government Relations, PayPal Inc.
Andrew Wind, Project Manager, Mobile Wallet, Vantiv
Moderator, Jon Genovese, Director of Regulatory Compliance & Government Affairs, Vantiv
|12:00pm||LUNCH KEYNOTE – HOUSE FINTECH AGENDA FOR 2017
Matt Mulder, Chief Counsel / Legislative Director
|12:20pm||PANEL 4 – CYBERSECURITY / DATA BREACH
This panel will focus on cyber threats and how the payments industry addresses them.
Dr. Christopher Mascaro, VP, Threat Intelligence & Analytics, First Data
George Rice, Senior Director, Payments, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
John Latimer, Chief RIsk & Compliance Officer, TSYS
Moderator, Steve Boms, Vice President, Government Affairs, Yodlee
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Registration is complimentary but required, and space is limited.