Where the Prepaid Industry Meets
Where the Prepaid Industry Meets

The NBPCA’s Power of Prepaid is the must-attend annual event for the prepaid community attracting the attention and support of the industry’s most influential players. Benefit from three days of cutting-edge content, discussions and enhanced networking as you engage directly with those leading the way in prepaid compliance, legislation, regulation and innovation.

Power of Prepaid 2018 is in the works! Stay tuned as we build out the agenda and speaking faculty. In the meantime, have a look at some of our past agenda items and speakers to get an idea of what to expect in 2018. We’re looking forward to putting on another great event for you. And even better, if you already know you’d like to attend, sign up today while the Early Bird rate remains available.

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    The Power of Prepaid program is designed to keep you ahead of an ever-changing industry and position you to succeed in tomorrow's prepaid environment. Year after year, the event is an unqualified success, attracting hundreds of attendees from across the country. Download the brochure today to learn more about what to expect at Power of Prepaid 2018!

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Geoffrey R. Gerdes
Principal Economist, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System

Geoffrey R. Gerdes is principal economist in the payments division at the Federal Reserve Board in Washington, DC, where he has conducted research and policy work since 1999. He leads the triennial Federal Reserve Payments Studies’ efforts to survey depository institutions and payments processors to quantitatively document the sweeping transformations within the U.S. payment system since the new Millennium. Geoff has participated in several major initiatives to improve the efficiency of Federal Reserve payment operations, and contributed to a variety of international central bank working groups on payments issues, such a recent group that studied worldwide payment innovations. His research interests include econometric and statistical measurement issues, survey research methods, financial infrastructure and behavior, the economics of production, and the economics of innovation and technological change and growth, including the microeconomic and macro implications of payment technology adoption and diffusion. Geoff received his PhD. in economics from UCLA.

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