EPCOR Payments Conference – Spring 2018

The Road to Faster Payments
May 22 – 24, 2018 • Columbus, OH

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About The Event

Don’t let faster and emerging payments and the ever-changing rules and regulatory landscape of the payments industry “roadrunner-over” your organization! Industry leaders are coming right to your backyard to help you face current and upcoming payments challenges head-on.

With more than 30 informative sessions, four learning tracks, a solution-packed exhibit hall, Food-for-Thought open discussion forums, an optional How to Confidently Identify Third-Party Senders workshop and peer-to-peer networking, EPCOR Payments Conference – Spring 2018 provides a balanced experience to help payments professionals of all backgrounds and skillsets zero in on payments topics such as the impact and opportunities of faster payments, security, strategy, risk management, fraud trends, regulatory considerations, payment initiatives, emerging payments technology and more.

Where

Hilton Columbus/Polaris

8700 Lyra Drive, Columbus, OH 43240

When

Tuesday to Thursday

May 22 – 24, 2018

Pre-Conference Workshop

How to Confidently Identify Your Third-Party Sender Relationships

Shelly Sipple, AAP, EPCOR; Karen Sylvester, AAP, CRCM, NCP, EPCOR

The implementation of the Third-Party Sender Registration Rule has brought to light the question for many ODFIs of “do we have a Third-Party Sender relationship?” Get useful answers during this interactive workshop where you’ll examine the difference between Third-Party Senders and Third-Party Service Providers and learn how you can properly identify Third-Party Sender relationships at your financial institution. Together we will walk through scenarios to determine how to apply the new Third-Party Sender Registration Rule and provide required information to NACHA.

Gala Reception

Tuesday, May 22 • 5:45 pm

Stick around after the closing session and unwind with new and old friends while you enjoy cocktails and light refreshments at the Gala Reception.

Awards Luncheon

Wednesday, May 23 • 11:30 am

All conference attendees are invited to join us for a special lunch celebrating attending AAPs and NCPs, and announcing our EPCOR Payment Systems Award winners.

Food-for-Thought Open Discussion Forums

Tuesday, May 22 • 9 a.m. and 10 a.m.

Not going to the pre-conference workshop? No problem—we have an option for you! Make the most of your pre-conference time by joining your peers for coffee, refreshments and a casual conversation surrounding topics impacting your organization.

Learn from the Best in the Payments Industry

Our Speakers

Philip Andreae

Philip Andreae

Philip Andreae & Assoc.

Philip Andreae

Philip Andreae & Assoc.

Philip is an executive coach and management consultant focused on thought leadership in the mobile, IoT, wearable, financial services, identity, authentication, identification, verification and payments space.

He appreciates the challenges investors, FinTechs, issuers, merchants, acquirers, processors and networks face as they address the various disruptive approaches to affording and effecting payments in both the physical and digital shopping environment.

Marlene Barkheimer

Marlene Barkheimer

Farmers State Bank

Marlene Barkheimer

Farmers State Bank

 

Jill Castilla

Jill Castilla

Citizens Bank of Edmond

Jill Castilla

Citizens Bank of Edmond

Jill Castilla leads Citizens Bank of Edmond as its President and CEO, and is Chairwoman of its bank holding company.

As an industry leader and active community member, Jill serves on the Board of Directors of American Bankers Association, SMU’s Southwest Graduate School of Banking, MetaFund, a community development financial institution, Edmond Chamber of Commerce and the YMCA of Greater Oklahoma City. She is the visionary behind "Heard on Hurd,” Citizens Bank of Edmond’s community building event that draws more than 25,000 attendees to the monthly bank celebration.

Jill has been named "Community Banker of the Year" by American Banker, "Most Innovative CEOs in Banking" by Bank Innovation, "Most Admired CEOs in Oklahoma" by The Journal Record, "Most Powerful Women in Banking-Women to Watch" by American Banker and "Business Leader of the Year" by Oklahoma Christian University.

Keith Gray

Keith Gray

The Clearing House

Keith Gray

The Clearing House

With more than 20 years experience in the financial services sector, focusing on new product innovation and go-to-market strategy and execution. Mr. Gray’s main areas of focus are online delivery, mobile, and payments. He works with both financial institutions and the financial services community to facilitate the successful launch of TCH’s Real Time Payments Network and Secure Token Exchange.

Brian Guess, AAP

Brian Guess, AAP

KeyBank

Brian Guess, AAP

KeyBank

As Payables Team Leader, Brian is responsible for ACH, Wires, Commercial Real Time Payments and Check Payables and works extensively with many different industry groups to shape changes within the payments industry. Brian was part of a KeyBank team that received the 2017 NACHA Challenge award for innovation.

Debbie Housh, AAP, CTP

Debbie Housh, AAP, CTP

Commerce Bank

Debbie Housh, AAP, CTP

Commerce Bank

Ms. Housh is a Senior Vice President with Commerce Bank in Kansas City, MO. She has over 30 years of experience in the Financial Services Industry, with 22 years in ACH and electronic payments. Her current responsibilities as Payment Systems Operations Group Manager include operational oversight for all non-card payment types including ACH, Domestic and International Wire Transfer, Remote Deposit, and Check Processing. In addition, she has responsibility for Electronic Banking, Fraud Detection, Exceptions, Research and Adjustments, and Account Analysis.

Ms. Housh graduated from University of Missouri, Kansas City with a Bachelors of Business Administration degree.

Kathy McKinnon, CCUFC

Kathy McKinnon, CCUFC

SIUE Credit Union

Kathy McKinnon, CCUFC

SIUE Credit Union

 

Jane Larimer

Jane Larimer

NACHA

Jane Larimer

NACHA

Executive Vice President of ACH Network Administration and General Counsel of NACHA, leads the department that supports NACHA’s role as administrator of the ACH Network, including rulemaking, risk and compliance and network development. Larimer also provides legal support for NACHA. Prior to joining NACHA, Larimer practiced law with Bryan Cave LLP, formerly Powell, Goldstein Frazer & Murphy, in Atlanta, Georgia.

Jessica Scott

Jessica Scott

KeyBank

Jessica Scott

KeyBank

Jessica Scott, Senior Vice President and Client Success Leader for KeyBank’s Enterprise Commercial Payments, has 14-plus years of experience in the commercial payments industry.

She started her career delivering treasury management solutions to commercial real estate companies nationwide, with specific focus on REITs and multifamily property management companies. In addition to consulting on treasury solutions, she has extensive experience with both servicing and implementing treasury products. She is now responsible for leading client success activities for commercial payments, including the new client onboarding and client servicing and associated processes, tools and technologies across KeyBank’s focus industries and business segments.

Tristan Thompson

Tristan Thompson

UMB

Tristan Thompson

UMB

Tristan Thompson is Vice President and Payments Group Manager at UMB Bank in Kansas City, MO. He has responsibility for the overall strategy, delivery and execution of UMBs Payments Product offerings. He manages a team with expertise in ACH, Wire Transfer, Check Services, ARP, Positive Pay, Lockbox, RDC, Cash Vault, and Merchant Services. Prior to his time with UMB, he served as a manager within KPMGs Financial Services Banking practice. Tristan graduated from University of Florida’s Warrington College of Business and currently represents UMB as a member of the Federal Reserve’s Faster Payments Task Force, NACHA’s Rules & Operations Committee, NACHA’s TPI Board of Regents and EPCOR’s Payments Committee.

Wendy Wishon, AAP, NCP

Wendy Wishon, AAP, NCP

EPCOR

Wendy Wishon, AAP, NCP

EPCOR

Ms. Wishon joined EPCOR in 1996 after a career in bank retail and operations areas, for a community bank, a savings and loan and a large commercial bank. As Senior Vice President, Ms. Wishon oversees all critical functions of the organization, including EPCOR payments education activities, annual conferences, and EPCOR advisory services. Ms. Wishon has been an Accredited ACH Professional (AAP) since 1996; and achieved her National Check Professional (NCP) designation in 2011. Wendy is a frequent speaker at various payments industry conferences, including NACHA’s Payments Conference and other regional conferences. Ms. Wishon represents the EPCOR membership on NACHA’s Product Innovation Standing Rules Work Group, and NACHA’s Payments Risk Accreditation Oversight Panel.

Hilton Columbus/Polaris

Columbus, Ohio

May 22 - 24, 2018

3 Days of Payments

Limited Available Seats

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Event Schedule

Make EPCOR Payments Conference – Spring 2018 your conference by building a custom educational experience tailored to your needs, attending four general sessions and choosing from more than 30 sessions in 4 different learning tracks, with some sessions being offered twice so you don’t have to make the difficult choices. Create your own schedule and change tracks or sessions any time you want.

# Session Speakers Time
1 How to Confidently Identify Your Third-Party Sender Relationships Shelly Sipple, AAP, EPCOR
Karen Sylvester, AAP, CAMS, CRCM, NCP, EPCOR
9:00 a.m.
2 Opening Comments Ann-Marie Bartels, CEO, EPCOR and EPCOR Chairman 1:15 p.m.
3 Faster Payments – Impacts and Opportunities Moderator: Brian Guess, AAP, KeyBank
Panelists: Jane Larimer, NACHA; Keith Gray, The Clearing House; Tristan Thompson, UMB
1:30 p.m.
4 What the Escheat? – All You Need to Know About Unclaimed Property! Pamela Wentz, Georgeson;
Mary Gilmeister, AAP, NCP, WACHA
2:40 p.m.
5 Altered Check & Forgery Returns Marcy Cauthon, AAP, NCP, EPCOR 2:40 p.m.
6 Rookie Season: First-year Lessons from Two Payments Operations Managers Moderator: Brian Laverdure, AAP, EPCOR. Panelists: Brian Weide, AAP, CTP, Crossfirst Bank; James Duckro, Heartland Bank 2:40 p.m.
7 Improved Payments Security with Biometrics David Lott, Federal Reserve Bank 2:40 p.m.
8 Ensure Your Unclaimed Property Procedures are Current and Complete Pamela Wentz, Georgeson; Mary Gilmeister, AAP, NCP, WACHA 4:15 p.m.
9 Payments Laundering: Become an Expert Jane Hennessy, G2 Web Services 4:15 p.m.
10 Harnessing the Full Potential of APIs Jane Larimer, NACHA 4:15 p.m.
11 Improved Payments Security with Biometrics David Lott, Federal Reserve Bank 4:15 p.m.

How to Confidently Identify Your Third-Party Sender Relationships

Shelly Sipple, AAP, EPCOR; Karen Sylvester, AAP, CAMS, CRCM, NCP, EPCOR

The implementation of the Third-Party Sender Registration Rule has brought to light the question for many ODFIs of “do we have a Third-Party Sender relationship?” In this course, you’ll examine the difference between Third-Party Senders and Third-Party Service Providers and learn how you can properly identify Third-Party Sender relationships at your financial institution. Together we will walk through scenarios to determine how to apply the new Third-Party Sender Registration Rule and provide required information to NACHA.

Faster Payments - Impacts and Opportunities

Moderator: Brian Guess, AAP, KeyBank Panelists: Jane Larimer, NACHA; Keith Gray, The Clearing House; Tristan Thompson, UMB

Payments experts and industry stakeholders will discuss Faster Payments and other payment acceleration options in the spotlight. Now that we are here, what are we doing and what does the future hold?

What the Escheat? – All You Need to Know About Unclaimed Property!

Pamela Wentz, Georgeson; Mary Gilmeister, AAP, NCP, WACHA

What is unclaimed property? Find out in this informative session the answer to this question and others. Learn how to stay in compliance, what auditors are looking for and best practices.

Ensure Your Unclaimed Property Procedures are Current and Complete

Pamela Wentz, Georgeson; Mary Gilmeister, AAP, NCP, WACHA

Comprehensive procedures are a key part of an unclaimed property compliance program. This session will discuss why they are important, what they should include and how to keep them updated.

Payments Laundering: Become an Expert

Jane Hennessy, G2 Web Services

Fraud grows with commerce, and electronic fraud grows with electronic commerce. With the accessibility of “easy to use” tools increasingly available to help facilitate cybercrime comes the proliferation of "payments laundering." Take a unique look at the threats from the "payment hustler's" point of view. Cybercriminals are looking for inattentive compliance departments and will take advantage of vulnerabilities in your processes. This session will serve as a cautionary tale. We will review the current tactics being deployed by criminals, and demonstrate case studies of transaction laundering and payments laundering. See payments laundering from the criminal perspective.

Rookie Season: First-year Lessons from Two Payments Operations Managers

Moderator: Brian Laverdure, AAP, EPCOR. Panelists: Brian Weide, AAP, Crossfirst Bank; James Duckro, Heartland Bank

Have you recently been appointed to lead the development of a payments strategy for your financial institution? Or are you part of a team assigned to review the changing payments landscape and make recommendations for the future payments strategy of your organization? Attend this moderated panel discussion featuring two first-year managers who will share their thoughts on lessons learned, best practices, and advice for current and future leaders in payments.

Improved Payments Security with Biometrics

David Lott, Federal Reserve Bank

The introduction of the major "Pay" mobile wallets has brought the use of fingerprint biometrics to a new level of consumer acceptance. The continued penetration of smartphones is also supporting voice, facial and iris recognition biometric modalities. Financial institutions are looking to integrate biometrics into some of their applications to improve the customer experience but also to realize a higher level of customer authentication. What are the advantages and challenges with the various biometric technologies and what new biometric technologies are coming in the near future?

Altered Check & Forgery Returns

Marcy Cauthon, AAP, NCP, EPCOR

There has been a decline in the use of checks over the years, + unfortunately, there has not been a decline in the types of fraud utilizing checks. This session will look at the various types of fraud that are still happening today such as altered, counterfeit and forgeries. Depositary and Paying Banks carry different warranties for these types of fraud. Learn what entity holds the warranty and how a breach of those warranties can be made between institutions.

Harnessing the Full Potential of APIs

Jane Larimer, NACHA

Many payments providers and leading financial services firms have been using APIs to broaden and enhance services, increase automation and strengthen security. But without standardization these businesses and financial services firms cannot reap the full the potential of APIs. API standardization can help improve the safety and transparency of transactions, increase efficiencies and speed of communications, and enhance support of payments innovations. In an environment where speed, automation, security and reach are key drivers for business decisions, now is an excellent time to explore how API standardization can benefit the payments ecosystem and advance the financial services industry.

Change the Story: Making Technology & Social Media Work at Your Bank

Jill Castilla, Citizens Bank of Edmond

Social media is not a fad and the banking industry has caught on to that fact. What’s next? Find out how social bank culture has transformed a $250-million asset community bank in Edmond, OK. Not only is social media deeply integrated into Citizens Bank of Edmond, it’s a key component that reaches into every part of the bank. Whether it’s cash mobbing a small business or running a popular downtown event Heard on Hurd, using social media is second nature and a key conductor in communicating the message to an audience. Learn more about how the physical and digital feed seamlessly into each other in an integrated marketing approach.

ACH Alert Vendor Showcase

 

Centrix Vendor Showcase

 

G2 Web Services Vendor Showcase

 

Talk to the Regulators

Moderator: Larry Matteson, AAP, CCM, EPCOR. Panelists: Connie Treadway, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City; Kevin Schmidt, FDIC

 

How to Perform a Third-Party Sender Audit

Fred Laing II, AAP, CTP, NCP, UMACHA; Mary Gilmeister, AAP, NCP, WACHA

An annual audit of Third-Party Service Providers and Third-Party Senders is required by the NACHA Operating Rules. Join 2 industry experts to learn the steps of completing an Appendix Eight audit along with reviewing sound business practices and related compliance areas.

Deposits and Payments, What Can Go Wrong?

Paul Carrubba, Esq; Scott Jones, Esq., Adams & Reese LLP

Financial institutions face risk when accepting deposits and sending payments and transfers. As payments move faster, fraud accelerates and an FI’s exposure increases. Having proper policies, procedures and agreements in place is vital to ensuring that your FI has adequate protection.

Join two payments attorneys for a discussion on the steps financial institutions can implement to reduce the exposure and increase the likelihood of success in the event of litigation.

Hear examples of litigation featuring financial institutions that could have avoided a loss if its employees had been properly trained and the financial institution had been adequately prepared.

Specifically, this session will address:

  • the various types of deposit fraud and importance of the bank following reasonable commercial standards
  • the exposure to fraud when opening new accounts
  • check payment litigation and the importance of proper terms and conditions in agreements
  • ACH and Wire Transfer Fraud, commercially reasonable security procedures, and related litigation.

RTP Update: How Banks and CUs are Leveraging RTP to Better Serve Their Customers

Steve Ledford, The Clearing House

Community banks and credit unions play critical roles in ensuring all consumers have access to a fair, transparent, and competitive financial products and services. Yet most of the talks around real-time payments has been relative to large financial institutions focused on P2P. Although many credit unions and community banks do not have a real-time payments strategy, faster payments are important to their future as well. Mr. Ledford will share business use cases and operation readiness, and explain how faster payments fits into any long-term strategy to stay relevant and competitive with the larger financial institutions.

Millennials & Payments

Jen Kirk, AAP, EPCOR

EPCOR’s Jen Kirk, Vice President, Industry & Government Relations will moderate a panel of millennials - all working professionals, who share only one commonality – their age. Questions to be discussed might include "How many credit cards do you have?", "What banking apps do you use?", "How did you decide what bank you use?", it’s really up to you, as the audience will be encouraged to ask questions. This is a unique opportunity for your organization to start a conversation with "experts" of this generation – who also happen to be your future customers/members.

What’s Been Adjusted With Fed Adjustments?

Becky Frasier, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta

This session will talk about what adjustment types are trending high in today’s environment. Find out what changes have been made to the Federal Reserve Bank’s adjustment process recently and what changes are being considered. Regulation CC amendments introduced a new Remote Deposit Capture Indemnity. Find out how these indemnity claims can be made through the Federal Reserve Bank’s adjustment process.

Fintechs: Friend or Foe?

Sean Princell, Cash Flow Solutions; Beth Cronenweth, CCM, AAP, Huntington National Bank

The role of Fintechs in the payments space evolves as new innovations and payment mechanisms are created. It seems a new advancement is introduced weekly. But are Fintechs a threat to the traditional financial institution or do they represent the possibility of helping the FI by offering enhanced services to their customers? In some instances the Fintech might be looking to the FI as a partnership opportunity. And is it possible the FI itself may be acting in the role of the Fintech, possibly creating a scenario where the FI is disintermediating itself? As the debate continues the issue of security regarding compliance issues remains, particularly as some Fintechs become pseudo-FIs but may not be held to the same security standards and requirements. This lively debate brings together industry stakeholders who share their thoughts with the Membership, encouraging an interactive debate on the way Fintechs are looked at today and how they may be perceived in the future.

The Silver Lining of an Audit: How to Learn from Mistakes and Improve Your Payments Operations

Jennifer Kline, AAP, NCP, EPCOR; Other Speakers TBA

Join an EPCOR auditor, along with a panel of financial institution members, as they discuss the annual audit, talk about process and what lessons were learned as a result of the audit. Gain valuable insights from large, medium and small FIs on how they prepare for the ACH Compliance Audit and what they gained from the audit to improve their ACH payments operations.

How to Manage Your Third-Party Relationships

Larry Matteson, AAP, CCM, EPCOR; Mike Fennell, AAP, Evolve Bank & Trust

Speakers will share practical advice about how the manage the third-party relationship and ways to mitigate inherent risks.

The Here and Now of P2P Payments

Eric Foust, Zelle; Keith Riddle, Corporate One Federal Credit Union

The P2P industry is shifting towards real-time digital payments and FIs need to keep pace. Gain an understanding of the P2P industry as it stands today from an industry solution provider and a corporate credit union.

Women in Banking: How To Advance Your Career

Moderator: Wendy Wishon, AAP, NCP, EPCOR. Panelists; Debbie Housh, AAP, CTP, Commerce Bank; Marlene Barkheimer, Farmers State Bank; Kathy McKinnon, CCUFC, SIUE Credit Union, Jessica Scott, KeyBank

Hear from several senior executives who have advanced their careers as they share lessons learned, how they moved forward in their careers, and advice for conference attendees, regardless of gender.

What You Gonna Do When NACHA Calls on You?

Shelly Sipple, AAP, EPCOR; Chris Barthel, AAP, Lake City Bank

Over the last several years, significant strides have been made to enhance risk management within the ACH Network and to improve origination practices. The implementation of the unauthorized return rate rules in June 2010 were just the first step. More recently, the Rules were amended to further reduce the number of returned entries. Join us for an overview of these rules and enforcement process. And also hear from a community bank about its experience related to exceeding a return rate, including what actions they took to resolve the issue.

Operations Watch Dogs

Karen Sylvester, AAP, CAMS, CRCM, NCP, EPCOR

Are you responsible for monitoring your account holders activity? During this session, we will look at different areas of account monitoring including Regulation D, ACH Rules, and suspicious Activity. Learn why we do all this tracking and what other FIs have done to streamline this process.

Harvesting Innovation: How to Create New Efficiencies and New Fee Income in the Digital World

Jorge Jimenez, eZforex

How can your organization harvest innovation to create efficiencies and fee income? During this session, Jorge will discuss what moves makes sense to make now, and what is coming down the pipeline that you may want to wait for. Artificial Intelligence (AI), blockchain technology and compliance trends will all be covered, including their applications in your day-to-day business.

Set Your Payments Strategy Using Benchmarking

Jen Kirk, AAP, EPCOR; Beth Cronenweth, CCM, AAP, Huntington National Bank

EPCOR has committed to conducting an annual Payments Benchmarking Study to provide insights on all things payments. This study is used as a tool by financial institutions as they look at how their peers are evolving in the payments space. This session will focus on strategic issues facing financial institutions today, like faster payments. Attendees will learn what insights EPCOR has evaluated by conducting this annual study, and assist you in creating their own strategy that compliments your organization's strategic and corporate plan.

EMV – Chip and Choice

Philip Andreae, Philip Andreae & Associates

In 1994 three payment networks began the work to develop the EMV specifications. In 1998 various European countries committed to deploy while in 2003, Canada followed suit. And the world wondered if the USA ever would.

In 2011 Visa decided it was time for the USA to migrate and by the middle of 2012 everyone had aligned on a timeline. October 2015 changed the Liability shift to the merchant if they had not implemented EMV.

Two and a half years later people are beginning to wonder what next. In parallel Apple Pay was launched, Samsung and Google came out with their versions of Phone Pay and now our watches and fitness trackers are capable of supporting payments too. All of this is built on the basic cryptographic written into Book 2 of the EMV specifications. Yet many still wonder why.

Tokenization, Faster Payments, WebPayments, WebAuthN and Digital Identity.

New words and concepts we all just grapple with as our world becomes more and more digital and the criminal finds ways to attack and profit from the infrastructure that is the American Financial service environment. Find out what’s next and how regional financial institutions should think about and develop strategies to succeed.

# Session Speakers Time
1 Change the Story: Making Technology & Social Media Work at Your Bank Jill Castilla, Citizens Bank of Edmond 8:30 a.m.
2 ACH Alert | Vendor Showcase 9:45 a.m.
3 Centrix | Vendor Showcase 9:45 a.m.
4 G2 Web Services | Vendor Showcase 9:45 a.m.
5 Talk to the Regulators Moderator: Larry Matteson, AAP, CCM, EPCOR. Panelists: Connie Treadway, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City; Kevin Schmidt, FDIC 10:25 a.m.
6 How to Perform a Third-Party Sender Audit Fred Laing II, AAP, CTP, NCP, UMACHA; Mary Gilmeister, AAP, NCP, WACHA 10:25 a.m.
7 Deposits and Payments, What Can Go Wrong? Paul Carrubba, Esq; Scott Jones, Esq., Adams & Reese LLP 10:25 a.m.
8 RTP Update: How Banks and CUs are Leveraging RTP to Better Serve Their Customers Steve Ledford, The Clearing House 10:25 a.m.
9 Millennials & Payments Jen Kirk, AAP, EPCOR 12:40 p.m.
10 What’s Been Adjusted With Fed Adjustments? Becky Frasier, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta 12:40 p.m.
11 Talk to the Regulators Moderator: Larry Matteson, AAP, CCM, EPCOR. Panelists: Connie Treadway, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City; Kevin Schmidt, FDIC 12:40 p.m.
12 Fintechs: Friend or Foe? Sean Princell, Cash Flow Solutions; Beth Cronenweth, CCM, AAP, Huntington National Bank 12:40 p.m.
13 The Silver Lining of an Audit: How to Learn from Mistakes and Improve Your Payments Operations Jennifer Kline, AAP, NCP, EPCOR; Other Speakers TBA 1:50 p.m.
14 How to Manage Your Third-Party Relationships Larry Matteson, AAP, CCM, EPCOR; Mike Fennell, AAP, Evolve Bank & Trust 1:50 p.m.
15 The Here and Now of P2P Payments Eric Foust, Zelle; Keith Riddle, Corporate One Federal Credit Union 1:50 p.m.
16 RTP Update: How Banks and CUs are Leveraging RTP to Better Serve Their Customers Steve Ledford, The Clearing House 1:50 p.m.
17 Women in Banking: Advancing Your Career Moderator: Wendy Wishon, AAP, NCP, EPCOR. Panelists; Debbie Housh, AAP, CTP, Commerce Bank; Marlene Barkheimer, Farmers State Bank; Kathy McKinnon, CCUFC, SIUE Credit Union, Jessica Scott, KeyBank 3:30 p.m.
# Session Speakers Time
1 What You Gonna Do When NACHA Calls on You? Shelly Sipple, AAP, EPCOR
Chris Barthel, AAP, Lake City Bank
8:00 a.m.
2 Operations Watch Dogs Karen Sylvester, AAP, CAMS, CRCM, NCP, EPCOR 8:00 a.m.
3 Harvesting Innovation: How to Create New Efficiencies and New Fee Income in the Digital World Jorge Jimenez, eZforex 8:00 a.m.
4 Fintechs: Friend or Foe? Sean Princell, Cash Flow Solutions; Beth Cronenweth, CCM, AAP, Huntington National Bank 8:00 a.m.
5 Deposits and Payments, What Can Go Wrong? Paul Carrubba, Esq; Scott Jones, Esq., Adams & Reese LLP 9:10 a.m.
6 TBA   9:10 a.m.
7 Set Your Payments Strategy Using Benchmarking Jen Kirk, AAP, EPCOR; Beth Cronenweth, CCM, AAP, Huntington National Bank 9:10 a.m.
8 The Here and Now of P2P Payments Eric Foust, Zelle; Keith Riddle, Corporate One Federal Credit Union 9:10 a.m.
9 EMV – Chip and Choice Philip Andreae, Philip Andreae & Associates 10:25 a.m.

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$500
Full Conference Registration,
Including Access to:

- Over 30 information-packed sessions
- Food-For-Thought Open Discussion Forums
- Complimentary Lunch & Snacks
- Awards Luncheon
- Gala Reception with Hors d’oeuvres and Cocktails
- Certificate of Participation
- Access to awesome payments experts!

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$1,000
Full Conference Registration,
Including Access to:

- Over 30 information-packed sessions
- Food-For-Thought Open Discussion Forums
- Complimentary Lunch & Snacks
- Awards Luncheon
- Gala Reception with Hors d’oeuvres and Cocktails
- Certificate of Participation
- Access to awesome payments experts!

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Optional Value Add: How to Confidently Identify Your Third-Party Sender Relationships Pre-Conference Workshop

$100

- $100 Conference Attendee or 4 Education Club Points
- $200 Member, Non-Conference Attendee

Sponsors

The Clearing House Federal Reserve NACHA

Exhibitors

ACH Alert Affirmative Technologies Cashflow Solutions Inc. Centrix Solutions The Clearing House Corporate One Federal Credit Union ECCHO Federal Reserve G2 Web Services Guardian Analytics JetPay Magic Wrighter Panini

May 22 – 24, 2018

Hilton Columbus/Polaris
Columbus, OH