FinTech Policy Forum
September 14, 2017 • 8:30am—4:30pm • Google DC Offices
At ETA’s annual FinTech Policy Forum, industry leaders, Members of Congress, and regulators will discuss the intersection of technology and public policy on such topics as privacy, data protection, Internet of Things (IoT), mobile technology, online small business lending, the continuing convergence of traditional and new players and helping the underserved.
Event location is Google DC Offices, 25 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Suite 900, Washington, DC 20001.
OUR GENEROUS SPONSORS
|8:30am||EVENT OPENING / REGISTRATION / BREAKFAST|
|9:00am||WELCOME / OPENING REMARKS|
Jason Oxman, CEO, ETA
Tim Tynan, Chief Executive Officer, Bank of America Merchant Services
|9:05am||KEYNOTE: FTC / CFPB / OCC CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES|
|9:30am||FINTECH AND FINANCIAL INCLUSION|
Panel will discuss the intersection of traditional players and new entrants in the market who use technology to create new products, speed up processing times, and reduce costs, thereby making more products and services available to all, as well as increasing your financial wellness.
Ed Marshall, Partner, Arnall, Golden & Gregory, Moderator
Mamta Rodrigues, VP & Head of Networks and Innovation Strategy, Synchrony Financial
|10:25am||FINTECH, CREDIT, AND THE ECONOMY|
FinTech has introduced new products and services and reduced the cost of existing ones. What are the risks and opportunities from financial disintermediation? Topics also for discussion include data aggregation and OCC charter.
Colin Wilhelm, Politico Reporter, Moderator, (invited)
Brock Blake, CEO, Lendio
Jana Hocker, Chief Compliance Officer, QuickBooks Financing
Kathryn Petralia, Co-Founder & Head of Operations, Kabbage
|11:05am||VIEW FROM THE REGULATORS|
Regulatory staff discuss their views on how they are thinking about FinTech.
Venable LLP, Moderator
Duane Pozza, Assistant Director, Division of Financial Practices, Federal Trade Commission (invited)
|11:50am||NETWORKING BUFFET LUNCH|
Traditional players and newer entrant are both using technology to develop and deploy new products and services. The two groups are partnering with each other, learning from each other and competing to change the landscape and the economy.
Seth Wheeler, Managing Director, JPMorgan Chase
Michelle Tinsley, Director Of Retail Sales, Intel Corporation
|1:50pm||FINTECH AND PAYMENTS|
The way in which consumers make payments – credit, debit, p2p purchases – has changed dramatically in the last few months. This panel will focus on current trends – p2p, mobile, chip – and the challenges of fraud.
Jason Oxman, CEO, ETA, Moderator
Emily Goodman Binick, Vice President & Senior Counsel, American Express
Discover Financial Services
With the global economy, there is benefit to learning how different countries are regulating FinTech. This panel will bring together international experts to discuss the challenges and opportunities for policymakers.
Usman Ahmed, Head, Global Public Policy, PayPal, Moderator
Grace Koh, Special Assistant to the President for Technology, Telecom, and Cyber-Security Policy, National Economic Council, the White House
Benedict Wagner-Rundell, First Secretary (Economic), British Embassy
Marija Zivanovic-Smith, Corporate VP, Marketing, Communications & Government Relations, Chief of Staff to the Chairman & CEO, NCR Corporation
|3:20pm||LexisNexis Risk Solutions|
Risk solutions for a FinTech world.
LexisNexis Risk Solutions
Jason Oxman, CEO, ETA
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ETA is hosting our annual Payments Fly-In for ETA members on September 13 in Washington, DC.
This is a great opportunity for ETA members to meet with Members of Congress who serve on the two Congressional Payments Caucuses as well as federal regulators to discuss issues facing our industry and providing insight into how our industry works.