Exploring Upcoming Webinars in the Payments Industry: A Knowledge-Sharing Opportunity Introduction

Posted By: Brian Reddoch APP Dispatch,

In the fast-paced world of payment processing and financial technology, staying up-to-date with the latest trends, regulations, and strategies is crucial for industry professionals. Fortunately, a series of informative webinars are on the horizon to help you do just that. Below are the highlights of four upcoming webinars scheduled from November 2023 to February 2024, covering a wide range of topics in the payments and financial technology sector.

"Payments M&A In 2023: Macro Outlook & Proven Strategies"

  • Date: Wednesday, November 8, 2023

  • Time: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (PST)

  • Hosted by: 9 Dots Capital

  • Presenters: Nolan Pitman and JT Dominick

The Payments M&A landscape is constantly evolving, and assessing risk and understanding asset valuation are key components of successful deals. In this webinar, Nolan Pitman and JT Dominick will share their extensive expertise in financial due diligence and valuation techniques, drawn from numerous successful M&A deals in the payment processing ecosystem. By attending this session, you will gain insights to help your team make more informed risk assessments and achieve a deeper understanding of asset valuation.

"The Intersection Of AI, Regulations, & Payments"

  • Date: Wednesday, December 6, 2023

  • Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (PST)

  • Hosted by: Venable

  • Presenter: Andrew Bigart

Artificial intelligence and regulatory compliance are two pivotal factors shaping the future of the payments industry. Andrew Bigart, a partner at Venable, will lead this informative session, exploring the impact of AI on payments, compliance with regulatory bodies like the CFPB and FTC, and federal banking regulations. By attending, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of how AI intersects with payments and how to navigate evolving regulations successfully.

"Bank Of Canada: Get Ready For Retail Payments Supervision"

  • Date: Wednesday, January 31, 2024

  • Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (PST)

  • Hosted by: The Association for Payments Professionals (APP)

  • Presenter: Nikil Chande, Senior Director of Enforcement and Registration at the Bank of Canada

This webinar will shed light on Canada's new Retail Payment Activities Act and its potential implications for payment service providers (PSPs) in the United States. If you're involved in moving or holding customer funds for payments directed at Canadians, this session is essential. Nikil Chande, Senior Director at the Bank of Canada, will explain the retail payments supervision mandate and the new requirements for PSPs, focusing on ensuring user funds' protection and effective risk management.

"Payments That Last: Subscription & Recurring Transactions"

  • Date: Wednesday, February 14, 2024

  • Time: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (PST)

  • Hosted by: Taft Law

  • Presenter: Nicole Meisner

Valentine's Day is not only about love, but it's also an opportunity to explore lasting payment trends. In this webinar, Nicole Meisner, a Partner at Taft Law, will delve into the intricacies of subscription and recurring payments, which can present unique challenges to payment portfolios. The session will cover various aspects, including card brand and regulatory requirements, implications of TILA, trends related to the Restore Online Shoppers Confidence Act (ROSCA), and the latest developments regarding the FTC's Negative Option Rule. Additionally, attendees will gain valuable insights and best practice tips for capturing authorizations effectively in the realm of installment and recurrent transactions.

The upcoming webinars in the payments industry offer a wealth of knowledge and insights on topics ranging from mergers and acquisitions to artificial intelligence, regulatory compliance, and subscription payments. These sessions provide an excellent opportunity for industry professionals to stay informed and enhance their expertise in this ever-evolving field. Don't miss out on these valuable educational opportunities to keep your payments knowledge up-to-date and navigate the industry's dynamic landscape with confidence.