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October 23 - October 25

Engage with the Federal Reserve at Money20/20 Monday, Oct. 23 through Wednesday, Oct. 25. Stop by booth #10021 for FedNow® Service demos and topical-focused Office Hours throughout the conference, and hear from Fed leaders during the sessions below:


  • Join Bernadette Ksepka, vice president and deputy head of product management for the FedNow Service, as she participates in a panel discussion about the real-time payments gold rush on Monday, Oct. 23 from 2:00-2:40 p.m. MT. Topics will include the use cases driving demand globally, best practices of other countries where real-time payments are an everyday occurrence, how real-time payments will expand product availability and accessibility across various B2B and B2C use cases, as well as how enhancing real-time payment adoption rates in the US will contribute to innovation and economic growth. .
  • Hear from Connie Theien, head of industry readiness for Federal Reserve Financial Services, during a panel on the challenges and opportunities with instant payments innovation on Monday, Oct. 23 from 2:35-3:15 p.m. MT. Topics will include the importance of APIs in driving innovation, the risks banks face by remaining tied to legacy technology, the strategies banks can adopt to unlock the potential of instant payments, as well as emerging B2B use cases.
  • Join Nick Stanescu, senior vice president and FedNow business executive, for a panel discussion with senior leaders from The Clearing House, Bank of America, BNY Mellon, and the Boston Consulting Group on Tuesday, Oct. 24. Topics will include key questions facing the world of instant payments.
  • Hear from Kim Robbins, chief of enterprise services for Federal Reserve Financial Services, about recent Federal Reserve research in retail payments on Tuesday, Oct. 24 from 11:00-11:12 a.m. MT. Topics will include what changes are truly permanent post-Covid, the use of cash and trends in card payments, as well as where will instant payments fit in.


October 23
October 25