Jane Thompson, CEO, JANE J THOMPSON FINANCIAL SERVICES LLC
Digital technology is transforming the check cashing industry and providing consumers with a wide array of options to convert payments into much more than cash. Prepaid cards, electronic bill payment and cross-border money transfer are only some of the ways providers are integrating services. In this session, CFSI and banking and payments technology provider FIS share findings from their recent research collaboration with bank and nonbank providers to uncover how today's consumers are converting funds amid fast-paced changes in cash management and electronic payment preferences.
Daniel Aranda, Director of Business Development, Emerging Markets, RIPPLE LABS
Bitcoin is drumming up controversy as it finds its footing on the international stage, but how is it impacting underserved consumers? The new world of digital currency opens doors for the cash-preferred, providing an avenue to load and transfer funds electronically with minimal friction and lowered costs at lightning speed. A growing collection of payments companies are building infrastructure that capitalizes on Bitcoin's virtual currency to reimagine money transfer services. What strategies are they using to introduce consumers using the oldest form of currency to services relying on the newest?
Alison Holt, Senior Vice President, Now Banking, REGIONS BANK
Stefan Happ, Executive Vice President & General Manager, Global Emerging Payments & Services, AMERICAN EXPRESS
Romy Parzick, Head of Customer Impact Initiatives, NETSPEND
Anu Shultes, General Manager, Prepaid Financial Services and Telecom, BLACKHAWK NETWORK
The prepaid industry has developed into a diverse and maturing market over the past decade. Now, using industry benchmarks established in CFSI's Prepaid Scorecard as a guide, presenters are taking their prepaid products to the next level. In this interactive session, audience members will learn about the course of high-quality prepaid products and make recommendations for next generation enhancements.