The U.S. payment system is quickly evolving as new technologies, innovations, and expectations are beginning to change the way businesses and consumers make payments. But legacy systems still dictate the way money is transferred between people, businesses and governments.
Don’t miss the opportunity to join leaders from the Faster Payments Task Force on July 21 at 10:30 a.m. CT as they announce 10 recommendations that will chart the course for making payments faster and more accessible to everyone. This online event will be broadcast live from the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and streamed via FedPaymentsImprovement.org to audiences across the globe.
Registration is not required to view the broadcast. You can, however, add it to your calendar to ensure you turn in right when the broadcast starts.
During the broadcast, industry leaders will share their perspective regarding the benefits of a faster payment system for businesses and consumers, as well as steps the industry can take to build momentum toward a faster, safer, more ubiquitous payment system in the U.S.
Faster Payments Task Force leadership will participate in a conversation moderated by Sean Rodriguez, the Federal Reserve’s Faster Payments Strategy Leader. Panelists include:
- Jan Estep, NACHA – The Electronic Payments Association
- Steve Ledford, The Clearing House (TCH)
- Tom Rea, U.S. Bank
- Jim Reuter, FirstBank Colorado
- Christina Tetreault, Consumers Union
- Bradley Wilkes, WingCash LLC
Watch live to be one of the first to hear and learn how the payments industry is working together to achieve a safe, ubiquitous, faster payment system that will benefit all.