2022 Payments Summit Agenda Features In-Depth Sessions on Mobile and Contactless Trends, BNPL, Fraud Mitigation, Cryptocurrency and Authentication

The Secure Technology Alliance’s 2022 Payments Summit will feature a full agenda of industry-defining topics. Sessions will explore contactless and NFC innovations, buy now, pay later and peer-to-peer transactions. It will also cover cryptocurrency, open payments, advancements in card technology, mobile driver’s licenses and authentication, the latest fraud mitigation techniques and so much more. The event will take place alongside the U.S. Payments Forum’s Spring Member Meeting. 

The Payments Summit will be held Feb. 28 to March 3, in Salt Lake City, at the Little America Hotel. Early registration discounts for the conference end on February 4. For more details and to register, visit the 2022 Payments Summit website.  

“This year’s Payments Summit boasts one of our most comprehensive presentation lineups, spanning all parts of the evolving payments ecosystem,” said Jason Bohrer, executive director of the Secure Technology Alliance. “Our speakers have a strong understanding of the innovations and consumer trends which are critical to the industry’s continued growth. The past two years have brought about a surge in contactless advancements and growth in payment inclusivity. Attendees from every facet of the payments space can expect to walk away with valuable consumer and industry perspectives that can be leveraged to build successful business strategies and better payment experiences.” 

Day one: Keynotes from top industry decision makers. Keynote speakers will share insights on the leading developments in payments. Executives from top financial institutions, multinational payment networks, a major banking association and payment platform innovators will address enhancements and future considerations regarding contactless payments, instant payments, request to pay, blockchain, cryptocurrency and open banking.

Day two: Exploring emerging technologies and industry game changers. There will be two separate educational tracks which delve deep into the emerging technologies and industry game changers shaping payments globally. The emerging technologies track features interactive sessions on the Cloud and the payments evolution, NFC, tap to pay innovations, mobility as a service (MaaS), contactless payments in the future of transit and compliance.  

The industry game changers track will explore nationwide progress in mobile driver’s license (mDL) implementation related to payments, mDL’s for cardholder authentication, 3DS, machine learning’s impact on payments, developments in biometrics and more. 

Day three: Examining hot topics and emerging technologies, cont. The emerging technologies agenda track continues with thought-provoking sessions covering payments in the electric vehicle (EV) space, the 8-digit BIN migration, advancements in card tech, tokenized payment cards, prepaid card innovations, cross border payments and the nacha validation rule.   

Speakers will also lead panels and roundtables on the hot topics at the forefront of the payments market. This educational track highlights buy now, pay later (BNPL), its fraud considerations and financial inclusion. The track also explores the momentum in peer-to-peer payments and IoT payments.  

To see the full list of topics that will be covered, visit the agenda page on the Payments Summit website. 

All payments industry leaders are encouraged to attend. This includes global and domestic payment networks, financial institutions, retailers, processors, mobile wallets providers, FinTech and other payments industry technology and service providers. 

Attendees are also invited to join the optional pre-conference outing, “Day on the Slopes: An Opportunity to Ski and Network,” being held February 27. Registration details and fees can be found on the Payments Summit website.  

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