Attend the premier payments event of the year

The Payments Summit is the premier industry event covering all things payments, including FinTech, EMV chip technology, mobile wallets, NFC, contactless, open transit systems and more. Attend the 12th annual Payments Summit and get the latest on all of these exciting technologies and the many business opportunities they can unlock.

2019 will mark the second year that the Secure Technology Alliance and the  U.S. Payments Forum are combining the Payments Summit with the U.S. Payments Forum All-Member Meeting, resulting in the most comprehensive gathering of card and payments professionals than ever before!

EMV Contactless and Mobile Lead the Next Wave of Payments Solutions

Innovative payments solutions are giving consumers more payment choices than ever, from secure EMV contact and contactless chip payments to mobile wallets like Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, Google Pay, Walmart Pay and more. And mobile innovation goes beyond paying in stores – as mobile-based tokenization has become the go-to technology for commerce providers looking to accept in-ap and online payments  across all digital platforms. The Payments Summit is the only place to collaborate with colleagues on how to seize the opportunity to create a more secure, convenient and faster payments world with EMV, mobile and other innovative payments solutions.

Transit Payments Riding the Contactless Wave

Nationwide, transit agencies big and small are using mobile technology and EMV contactless cards to make mass transit and parking a lot more efficient and convenient. At the Payments Summit, get all of the newest developments in open, interoperable contactless card and mobile fare collection systems, mobile ticketing initiatives, and the steps federal and state regulators are taking to influence multimodal payments convergence to create a more seamless travel experience for all.

FinTech – Shaping the Future of Payments

Financial technology – also known as FinTech – has become the darling of the investment community. According to a report by Statistica, the projected investment by the banking industry on new technology in North America will be $19.9 billion. The leading area of bank spending on financial technologies is on mobile platforms. FinTech companies around the world are disrupting traditional banking relationships and processing models and introducing new payment delivery technologies, FinTech is reinventing financial services as we know it, and creating new opportunities for startups and established industry leaders alike. Learn all about FinTech at the Payments Summit – and see it in action in the exhibit hall.

The Venue – Hyatt Regency Phoenix

Conveniently Located Downtown Phoenix Hotel

Situated in the center of this cosmopolitan city, this downtown Phoenix hotel is an urban oasis of comfort and accessibility. From deluxe suites to delicious dining to diverse city adventures, we invite you to immerse yourself in your stay. Conveniently located just across the street from the Phoenix Convention Center and within walking distance to many popular attractions, our hotel gives you easy access to the best that Phoenix has to offer.

Hotel Venue

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Hyatt Regency Phoenix
122 North Second Street Phoenix, Arizona, USA, 85004

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Please note the following warning below.

**Attendees and Exhibitors:**

Beware of solicitations from unauthorized hotels and housing agencies. Attendees and exhibitors may be subjected to inappropriate solicitation identifying themselves from hotels or third-party housing agencies not affiliated with the Secure Technology Alliance or the 2019 Payments Summit.

Specifically, they will offer to make hotel reservations within the Payments Summit room block on your behalf, and some will also mis-represent that they are calling from the Hyatt Regency Phoenix. Secure Technology Alliance is not utilizing the services of any housing service for the 2019 Payments Summit.

Reservations for the Payments Summit should be made with the hotel, either by phone or via our web reservation system as stated above.When calling the hotel, ask for “Secure Technology Alliance/ U.S. Payments Forum” to receive the discounted rate. If you provide your credit card information to any of these unauthorized vendors, your card may be charged but you may not have a reservation when you arrive at the hotel.

If you have any questions about the Payments Summit hotel block, please contact Secure Technology Alliance at 203-405-6665 or email [email protected].

2019 Registration Fees

Secure Technology Alliance members may be eligible for complimentary passes or discounted fees with early registration.

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Member 3-Day
$975
  • Increases to $1125 on 2/16/19
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Non-Member 3-Day
$1275
  • Increases to $1525 on 2/16/19
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$395
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    All exhibitors receive 2 COMP passes
    Secure Technology Alliance members receive 1 complimentary 3-Day pass (Leadership Council members receive 2)
    U.S. Payments Forum members receive complimentary passes according to membership level (check USPF site)
    Sponsorship passes are 3-Day passes

    CANCELLATION

    Cancellation Policy: All fees will be refunded for cancellations received in writing by March 5, 2018. No refunds are available for cancellations after March 5, 2018. Substitutions are permitted at any time. For assistance, contact Jaci Sauvé at 203-405-6665, or [email protected].

    About Member Registration: Secure Technology Alliance members receive one complimentary conference pass. Complimentary passes were emailed to the main point of contact at each organization. Secure Technology Alliance members automatically receive discount rates for additional (paid) registrations–no code is required. For a list of Secure Technology Alliance members, click here.

    U.S. Payments Forum members receive complimentary passes commensurate with their membership level. Complimentary passes were emailed to the main point of contact at each organization. U.S. Payments Forum members automatically receive discount rates for additional (paid) registrations–no code is required. For a list of U.S. Payments Forum members, click here.

    2019 Payments Summit Agenda

    To view the U.S. Payments Forum Meeting Agenda, scroll to the bottom of Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday’s agenda.

    Monday, March 11
    U.S. Payments Forum March All-Member Meeting and 2019 Payment Summit Pre-Conference Day
    Pre-Conference Day and Welcome Reception
    8:30 – 5:00 U.S. Payments Forum Meeting (USPF Members Only)
    1:00 – 5:00 Exhibitor Set-Up in in Atrium Level
    5:00 – 6:30 Welcome Reception – Opening of Exhibits (All Registrants)

    2019 U.S. Payments Forum Meeting Agenda

    Monday, March 12
    U.S. Payments Forum Meeting Agenda (USPF Members Only)

    In conjunction with 2019 Secure Technology Alliance Payment Summit Plenary Session

    8:00 – 8:30 Registration and Networking New Member Briefing
    8:30 – 9:00 Welcome and Opening of U.S. Payments Forum Forum meeting 

    • Agenda Overview – Randy Vanderhoof, U.S. Payments Forum (5 min)
    • U.S. Payments Forum Overview & Status – Randy Vanderhoof, U.S. Payments Forum (10 min)
    • Anti-Trust Policy Guidelines –Russ Schlossbach, Gesmer Updegrove (5 min)
    9:00 – 9:45 ROUNDTABLE/PANEL:  Stakeholder Report – Issuers, Merchants and Acquirers
    9:45 – 10:30 ROUNDTABLE/PANEL: Stakeholder Report – Payment Networks
    10:30 – 10:45 Break
    10:45 – 11:30 PANEL: Topic to be announced
    11:30 – 12:00 PLENARY:  Working Committee Chair Presentations

    Sessions will cover Working Committee activities and status; membership; session agendas 

    12:00 – 1:00 Lunch Steering Committee Communications Subcommittee (Committee members only).
    1:00 – 2:15 Break Out Discussion Group Sessions – Group 1
    ATM Working Committee:  Full Working Committee Session CNP Fraud Working Committee:  Full Working Committee Session Merchant SIG

    LEAD:  Kristy Cook, Target

    Communications & Education Working Committee: Transit 101 Webinar

    LEAD: Mansour Karimzadeh

    2:15 – 2:30 Session Transition Time
    2:30 – 3:45 Break Out Discussion Group Sessions – Group 2
    Mobile & Contactless Payments Working Committee:  Authentication WP Project

    LEADS:   Marianne Crowe, Mansour Karimzadeh

    Testing & Certification Working Committee:  Full Working Committee Session Issuer SIG

    LEAD:  Jesse Lee, Wells Fargo

    3:30 – 3:45 Break
    3:45 – 5:00 Break Out Discussion Group Sessions – Group 3
    Petro Working Committee:  Full Working Committee Session Transit Contactless Open Payments Working Committee:  Full Working Committee Session EMV 3DS 2.0 Data Elements: Joint Merchant & Issuer Discussion

    LEAD:  Kristy Cook

    5:00 – 6:00 Working Committee Chair/Steering Committee Meeting (Working Committee chairs and Steering Committee members only)
    5:00 – 7:00 Reception
    Tuesday, March 12
    2019 Payment Summit Plenary Session
    8:45 – 9:00 Chairman’s Welcome Address – Randy Vanderhoof, Executive Director, Secure Technology Alliance
    9:00 – 10:30 Keynote Speaker Sessions:

    • Tap to Pay Momentum in the U.S. – Dan Sanford, Head of Global Contactless Payments, Visa
    • Digital Transformation in the Payments Industry – Krista Tedder, Director, Payments, Javelin Strategy
    10:30 – 11:00 Break/Exhibits
    11:00 – 12:15 Keynote Roundtable Session:

    U.S. Payments Forum Panel – A Multi-Stakeholder View of Fraud in Retail Payments – a panel of senior payments industry leaders from global networks, financial institutions, retail, processing, and industry technology discuss changing fraud trends, emerging fraud management tools, implementation priorities, and risk management strategies for retail payments

    Panelists: U.S. Payments Forum Members – Robin Trickel, American Express; Steven Cole, Worldpay; Manish Nathwani, SHAZAM; additional speakers to be announced

    12:15 – 1:45 Lunch in Exhibit Hall
    1:45 – 2:15 Keynote Speaker Sessions:

    • Moving Money Fast, Safe, And Easy Using P2P – Speaker to be announced
    2:15 – 3:15 Keynote Roundtable Session:

    Future of Transit Payments – a panel of transportation industry experts and payments leaders explore the unique requirements of transit fare payments for transportation operators, while keeping up with modern consumers payments trends.

    Panelists: Tina Morch-Pierre, Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART); Carol Kuester, Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC); Robin O’Hara, Los Angeles Metro; David Dekozan, Cubic Transportation Systems; Jennifer Dogin, Mastercard

    3:15 – 3:45 Break in Exhibit Hall
    3:45 – 4:15 Keynote Speaker Session:

    Understanding Faster Payments and Faster Settlement Trends – Speaker to be announced

    4:15 – 5:15 Keynote Roundtable:

    A Playbook for Digital Identification, Authentication, and Payments – representatives from digital identity, security, and mobile services organizations explain their place in the digital identity landscape and how they are addressing the security of digital transactions involving consumers and other online service providers

    Panelists (Invited): Andrew Shikiar, FIDO Alliance; Walter Beisheim, Nok Nok Labs (Project Verify);  additional speakers invited from EMVCo (3DS and Secure Remote Commerce), W3C (Web browser authentication)

    5:15 – 7:00 Reception

    2019 U.S. Payments Forum Meeting Agenda

    Tuesday, March 12
    U.S. Payments Forum Meeting Agenda (USPF Members Only)

    In conjunction with 2019 Secure Technology Alliance Payment Summit Plenary Session

    7:15-8:30 Open
    8:00 – 8:30 Breakfast in Exhibit Hall
    8:30 – 9:30 Break Out Discussion Group Sessions – Group 4
    Mobile & Contactless Payments Working Committee:  Contactless Acceptance Project

    Lead:  Roberto Cardenas

    Transit Contactless Open Payments Working Committee: Full Working Committee Session
    9:30 – 10:30 Break Out Discussion Group Sessions – Group 5
    Mobile & Contactless Payments Working Committee:  Emerging Data Elements Project

    Lead:  Roberto Cardenas

    P2PE/E2EE Implementation Birds-of-a-Feather Session

    Leads:  Jeff Minard, Miles Ruston

    10:30 – 11:00 BREAK
    11:00 – 12:15 Payments Summit Keynote Roundtable Session: 

    U.S. Payments Forum Panel – A Multi-Stakeholder View of Fraud in Retail Payments – a panel of senior payments industry leaders from global networks, financial institutions, retail, processing, and industry technology discuss changing fraud trends, emerging fraud management tools, implementation priorities, and risk management strategies for retail payments

    Panelists: U.S. Payments Forum Members

    12:15 – 1:15 LUNCH
    1:15 – 2:15 Break Out Discussion Group Sessions – Group 7
    Communications & Education Working Committee: Full Working Committee Session CNP Fraud Working Committee: CNP Approaches Project

    Lead:  David True, PayGility

    Petro Working Committee: Conexxus Update on Fleet Tag Standards

    Lead:  Sharon Scace, WEX

    2:15 – 3:15

     

    Break Out Discussion Group Sessions – Group 8
    ATM Working Committee: Full Working Committee Session Mobile and Contactless Payments Working Committee:  Full Working Committee Session
    3:15 – 3:45 BREAK
    3:45 – 4:45 Break Out Discussion Group Sessions – Group 9
    Petro Working Committee: CVMs at Unattended Terminals Birds of a Feather Session

    Leads:  Terry Mahoney, Clint Cady

    Testing & Certification Working Committee:  EMV Contactless L3 Certification Project

    Leads:  Eric Hanna, Andy Patania, Alex Pierre

    5:00 – 6:30 Steering Committee meeting (Steering Committee members only)
    Wednesday, March 13
    8:00 – 8:45 Registration – Coffee and pastries
    Payment Solutions Track Payment Technology Track Transportation Payments Track

    Track Sponsor
    8:45 – 9:00 Track Chair Address Track Chair Address Track Chair Address – Vix Technology
    9:00 – 10:15 Contactless and Mobile Payments Acceptance

    • Contactless Acceptance Best Practices – TJ Constantine, Visa
    • Peer-to-Peer Mobile Solutions – Deborah Baxley, PayGility
    • How the US Can Lead Again with Contactless and Biometrics
    New Payments Standards and Specifications

    • EMVCo Secure Remote Commerce
    • ANSI X9 Standards for Financial Services in the U.S.
    • GlobalPlatform Trusted User Interface APIs – Kevin Gillick, GlobalPlatform
    Considerations for Contactless Transit Fare Payments Acceptance

    • Single Source of Truth – A Common Back Office for Transit – Gary Googins, Vix Technology
    • Integrating the Next Generation of Transit Payments
    • Mobility as a Service for Better Traveler Experiences
    10:15 – 10:45 Break in Exhibit Hall
    10:45 – 12:00 Online Fraud and Risk Management

    • Business Drivers for Secure Remote Commerce – David Worthington, Rambus
    • What Makes EMV 3DS 2.0 A Better Security Solution
    • Using Mobile Device Data to Combat Fraud
    Securing Online Payments (3DS, Online Analytics)

    • Managing Data Elements Using EMV 3DS – Ann Ewing, Visa
    • Role of ACS Providers in Implementing 3DS
    • Using Big Data to Manage Online Payments Risk

     

    Transportation Open Loop Payments Roundtable

    Representatives from transit agencies within the Secure Technology Alliance Transportation Council share their experiences with planning for and implementing open loop payments and mobile ticketing solutions

    Moderator: Simon Laker, Consult Hyperion

    Panelists (Invited): Jerry Kane, SEPTA; Adam Venenziano, MBTA; Amy Linden, MTA/NYCT

    12:00 – 1:30 Lunch in Exhibit Hall
    1:30 – 2:45 Payment Solutions by Merchant Segment

    • Retail Petroleum – Kara Gunderson, CITGO
    • Quick Service Restaurant
    • Supermarket
    • On-Line Merchants
    Tokenization and Encryption

    • Tokenization in Online Transactions
    • Tokenization, Non-Network TSPs, and E-Commerce – Susan Pandy, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
    • Point-to-Point Encryption – Roberto Cardenas, TSYS
    Multi-modal Payments Convergence

    • How LA Metro Built a Multi-modal Payments Framework – Robin O’Hara, Los Angeles Metro
    • The Coalition For Smarter Transportation View on Payments Convergence
    • Connecting New Modes of Transit – bike share, scooter share, ride share
    2:45 – 3:15 Break in Exhibit Hall
    3:15 – 4:15 Faster Payments Solutions Roundtable:

    A mixed panel of influencers and implementors  discuss the impact that recent faster payments solutions and same day settlement services are having on the domestic and cross-border payments markets

    Moderator: Rodman Reef – Reef Karson Consulting

    Panelists (invited):  Connie Theien – Federal Reserve Bank; James Colasanno – The Clearing House;

    Biometric Authentication for Payments

    • Using CDCVM Biometrics for Authentication – Nick Pisarev, G+D Mobile Security
    • How FIDO Mobile Authentication Works
    • Choosing the Proper Biometric for Each Payment Channel – Ranjita Iyer, Mastercard
    Mobile Transit – Payments and Ticketing

    • How DART Turned Mobile Ticketing into a Customer Service Win – Tina Morch-Pierre, DART
    • Advances in Mobile Ticketing Technology – Jonathan Donovan, Masabi
    • Cubic Mobile Transit Payments Framework – David Dekozan, Cubic Transportation Systems
    4:15 – 5:15 Omni-Channel Commerce Strategies Roundtable

    Retailers from the Merchant Advisory Group (MAG) discuss new omni-channel check-out scenarios, how new mobile payments options are enhancing the consumer check-out experience, and what is driving merchants to provide better and more secure shopping experiences

    Secure Payments Technology Roundtable: How Technology is Reshaping the Views of a Secure Transaction

    Technology experts debate how identity and authentication technology is changing the online payment security landscape

    Panelists: Richard Parry, Parry Advisory; Philip Andreae, Philp Andreae & Assoc.; Andrew Tarbox, Thornbrooke; Nick Norman, Consult Hyperion

    Future of Mobility as a Service for Transit Roundtable

    The Federal Transit Authority (FTA) and mobility services providers discuss projects underway across the United States to advance the adoption of mobility as a service

    Panelists (Invited): Murat Omay, Federal Transportation Agency (FTA); Joshua Hassol, DOT Volpe Center; additional speakers to be announced

    5:15 Day 2 Adjourns

    2019 U.S. Payments Forum Meeting Agenda

    Wednesday, March 13
    U.S. Payments Forum Meeting Agenda (USPF Members Only)

    In conjunction with 2019 Secure Technology Alliance Payment Summit Plenary Session

    8:00 – 8:45 Breakfast in Exhibit Hall
    9:00 – 10:15 Break Out Discussion Group Sessions – Group 10
    Mobile & Contactless Payments Working Committee:  Authentication Birds-of-a- Feather Session

    Leads:  Marianne Crowe, Mansour Karimzadeh

    10:15 – 10:45 BREAK
    10:45 – 12:00 Break Out Discussion Group Sessions – Group 11
    Joint Communications & Education Working Committee/Mobile & Contactless Payments Working Committee:  Tokenization Webinar

    Leads:  Lori Breitzke, Mansour Karimzadeh

    12:00 – 1:00 LUNCH
    1:00 – 2:00 Break Out Discussion Group Sessions – Group 12
    Joint Merchant/Issuer SIG

    Leads: Jesse Lee, Kristy Cook

    2:00 – 2:45

     

    Breakout Session Reports (Working Committee Chairs, SIG Leads, BOF Leads)
    2:45 Full U.S. Payments Forum Member Meeting Adjourns
    Thursday, March 14
    8:00 – 8:30 Registration – Coffee and pastries
    Future of Payments Track Biometrics Applied in Payments*
    A Digital Innovations Alliance Workshop
    (*additional workshop registration required)
    8:45 – 9:00 Track Chairs Address About instructor: Marcelo Bellini Garcia, Chair of the Biometrics in Payments Council – Digital Innovation Alliance

    Marcelo Bellini Garcia is a senior global payment technology leader with extensive experience in EMV technology and mobile payment space. He specializes in product innovation and development, as well as deployment and execution including sales and operations. Areas of expertise include EMV Cards, Contactless and NFC, Mobile Payment, Tokenization, ID, biometrics and e-Commerce. Marcelo has had extensive experience navigating in multi -cultural environments, having held positions in multiple countries such as the USA, Brazil, Colombia and others.

    He is currently the Chair of the Biometrics in Payment Council, part of the Digital Innovation Alliance. He was a founder and the first Chair of Digital Innovation Alliance, previously Smart Card Alliance Latin America – SCALA.

    9:00 – 10:15 Future of Payments Cards

    • Enabling Contactless EMV with Offline Data Authentication for Transit – Itai Sela, B2
    • EMV Biometric Smart Cards
    • Dynamic Card Verification Code – Francine DuBois, Nagra ID IDEMIA
    • Future of QR Codes for Payments – Vaughn Dabney, Muncee LLC
    Types of Biometrics & User Cases

    Objectives:

    • Knowing the different types of biometrics:
      •  Comprehending the categories of the types of biometrics.
      • Understanding the different attributes, characteristics and abilities of the types of biometrics.
      • Real life examples where the Biometric is being applied in payments
      • Technology and devices used in the authentication process
      • Relationship of applications with different markets
    10:15 – 10:45 Break
    10:45 – 12:00 Future of AI in Payments

    • Faster and Real Time Payments, Where Are We heading? – Dr. Debbie Bartoo, PSCU
    • Voice AI to Reduce Call Center Fraud – Rupal Patel, VocaliD
    • Future of APIs and Open Banking – Ryan Tuttle, Euromonitor International
    • CVV PLUS CNP Fraud Protection – Maddy Aufseeser, Tender Armor
    Process for the use of Biometrics

    Objectives:

    • Description of the necessary process for the biometrical authentication in payments
    • Role setup and functionality associated with biometrics
    • Decision making process based on probabilities
    • Acceptance Threshold
    12:00 – 1:00 Lunch
     1:00 – 2:00 Future of Blockchain and Digital Currencies

    • Is There a Future for Bitcoin in Payments? – Cuy Sheffield, Visa
    • Is Blockchain the Answer for Transit Mobility as a Service? – Andy Taylor, Cubic Transportation Systems
    • Managing Risks Surrounding Cryptocurrency Technologies
    Risk, Security and Integrity

    Objectives:

    • Understand how this technology helps to push the security and mitigate risk
    • Understand the use of cryptography for the protection of sensitive data
    • Understand the data management and the assurance of the integrity in use
    2:00 – 3:00 Future of IOT Payments and Connected Cars

    • Connected Cars for Consumer Payments
    • Connected Transport-enabled Payments
    • The Future of Retail Through the Internet of Things
    Requirements, recommendations and Challenges

    Objectives:

    • Knowing the challenges of using biometric solutions as a method of authentication
    • Knowing the limitations of using smart devices
    • Recommendations in the process of enrollment, portability and acquisition of biometry
    • Migration between AFIS/ABIS
    • Technical Norms
    • Regulatory Environment
    3:00 Conference Adjourns 3:00 – 3:30 • Break
    3:30 – 4:30 Best Practices and Review

    Objectives:

    • Knowing the process to determine to correct biometry
    • Knowing the performance of the systems
    • Recognizing the best practices of identity verification and models
    • Concept reviews and clarification of doubts

    Official hashtag: #PaymentsSummit

    2019 Sponsoring & Exhibiting

    This highly-focused event provides unique promotional opportunities for companies in the payments industries to showcase their products and services. Showcase your company, IT solutions and integration services to a receptive audience of decision-makers.

    For sponsorship or exhibiting opportunities, click here, or contact Bryan Ichikawa at [email protected] or 1-703-582-7862.

    2019 Sponsors and Exhibitors

    Platinum Sponsor
    Lounge Sponsor
    Lounge Sponsor
    Charging Station Sponsor
    Bottled Water Sponsor
    Badge Sponsor
    Tuesday Evening Reception Sponsor
    Transportation Payments Track Sponsor
    Wednesday and Thursday Break Host Sponsor

    Speakers

    Philip Andreae

    Principal, Andreae and Associates

      Andrew Tarbox

      CEO, Thornebrook, LLC

        Dr. Debbie Bartoo

        Senior Innovation Strategist , PSCU

          Deborah Baxley

          Partner, PayGility Advisors

            Walter Beisheim

            Chief Business Development Officer, Nok Nok Labs, Inc.

              Roberto Cárdenas

              Industry Advisors, TSYS

                James Colassano

                The Clearing House

                  Steven Cole

                  Sr. Product Manager, EMV, Worldpay

                    Vaughn Dabney

                    Munee LLC

                      Dan Sanford

                      Head of Global Contactless Payments, Visa

                        Jonathan Donovan

                        CPO, Masabi Ltd

                          Kevin Gillick

                          Executive Director, GlobalPlatform

                            Gary Googins

                            Vix Technology

                              Kara Gunderson

                              POS Manager, CITGO Petroleum Corporation

                                Carol Kuester

                                Director – Electronic Payments, MTC, San Francisco

                                  Tina Mörch-Pierre

                                  Assistant Vice President, Payment Systems & Statistical Reporting, Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART)

                                    Manish Nathwani

                                    Sr. Vice President, Product Development, SHAZAM

                                      Nick Norman

                                      EVP Sales Americas, Consult Hyperion

                                        Robin O’Hara

                                        Deputy Executive Officer, LA Metro, Los Angeles

                                          Richard Parry

                                          Principal, Parry Advisory

                                            Itai Sela

                                            CEO, B2 Payments USA

                                              Andrew Shikiar

                                              FIDO Alliance

                                                Andy Taylor

                                                Strategy Director, Cubic Transportation Systems, Inc.

                                                  Krista Tedder

                                                  Director of Payments, Javelin Strategy

                                                    Connie Theien

                                                    Senior Vice President and Director, Payments Industry Relations, Federal Reserve System

                                                      Ryan Tuttle

                                                      Euromonitor International

                                                        Randy Vanderhoof

                                                        Executive Director, Secure Technology Alliance

                                                          David Worthington

                                                          VP, Strategic Business Development, Rambus Inc

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