EPCOR Payments Conference – Spring 2019

The Road to Faster Payments
May 21 – 23, 2019 • Hilton/columbus Polaris

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About The Event

Are you tired of being a passenger, riding along with payments industry changes and challenges? Everything you need to take the wheel of your payments journey will be in Columbus, Ohio this spring!

We’ll provide the jumpstart you need with more than 30 informative sessions, a variety of learning paths, a solution-packed exhibit hall, Off-The-Beaten-Path open discussion forums, TWO pre-conference workshops, professional development advice and opportunities to meet new people and make connections. EPCOR Payments Conference – Spring 2019 will help you map out your route and prepare for every stop along the way on The Road to Faster Payments.

Will we bring you up-to-speed on security and risk management solutions, fraud and regulatory considerations, new payment initiatives and emerging payments technology? Absolutely! It’s all here, waiting to inspire and equip you and your organization for the future.

Where

Hilton Columbus/Polaris

8700 Lyra Drive, Columbus, OH 43240

When

Tuesday to Thursday

May 21 – 23, 2019

Pre-Conference Workshops

The Faster Payments Road Trip: Designing Your Roadmap

and

Positive and Professional Communication Skills

Enhance your conference experience with one of our two pre-conference workshop offerings.

Gala Reception

Tuesday, May 21 • 5:20 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 22 • 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.

Off-The-Beaten-Path Open Discussion Forums

Tuesday, May 21 • 9 a.m. and 10 a.m.

If you’re not “exiting” for a pre-conference workshop, no problem—we have options 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.

Keynote Speaker: Jane E. Larimer, NACHA – The Electronic Payments Association

The ACH Network is Positioned for a Bright Future

The ACH Network is thriving, with historic volume gains in 2018 and the highest growth rate in more than ten years. Learn from NACHA’s Chief Operating Officer as she navigates through NACHA’s roadmap for the ACH Network, and how it is driving innovation and enhancing end-users’ experiences.

Learn from the Best in the Payments Industry

Our Speakers

Paul Carrubba

Paul Carrubba, Esq.

Adams & Reese LLP

Paul Carrubba, Esq.

Adams & amp;Reese LLP

Paul Carrubba has significantly expanded the firm's banking practice nationwide through his legal experience and banking background. His areas of experience include checks, drafts and other negotiable instruments, wire transfers, automated clearing house and other electronic transactions, and the laws and regulations governing each of them. Paul has extensive experience in drafting and reviewing banking agreements, including account deposit and treasury management, and vendor agreements.

With more than 45 years of experience in the financial services industry as a bank operations manager, consultant, author and attorney, Paul has written six books on banking and banking law and has served as an expert witness in numerous cases on issues dealing with reasonable standards in the banking industry. His clients include several top financial institutions in the country and a number of software and service provider vendors for the financial services industry. Paul frequently presents seminars and other presentations on banking law and regulations, and he is a member of the faculty at the NACHA Payments Institute.

Eric Foust

Eric Foust

Zelle

Eric Foust

Zelle

 

Scott Jones

Scott Jones, Esq.

Adams & Reese LLP

Scott Jones, Esq.

Adams & Reese LLP

Scott Jones advises clients primarily in the financial services, construction and hospitality industries on both transactional and litigation matters. He advises banks throughout the United States regarding payments and operations, including treasury management, internet banking, mobile banking and emerging payment agreements. Scott also represents banks, as well as developers and owners, regarding real estate developments, incentives, financing options, deal documentation, land-use issues, and related issues.

His construction practice includes contract negotiation and drafting and litigation. His construction clients include property owners – businesses, school districts and municipalities – as well as contractors, subcontractors and suppliers.

Douglas King

Douglas King

Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta

Douglas King

Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta

Doug King is a Payments Risk Expert with the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta’s Retail Payments Risk Forum. Doug is responsible for researching risks associated with existing and emerging payments in light of a rapidly changing payments environment and educating payment industry participants on these risks and ways to mitigate them.

During his time with the Retail Payments Risk Forum, Doug has authored multiple papers and spoken to numerous audiences on topics such as EMV, fraud trends, prepaid cards, and cryptocurrencies.

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.

Tim Mills, AAP

Tim Mills, AAP

The Clearing House

Tim Mills, AAP

The Clearing House

Vice President and Executive Director of The Clearing House Payments Company Payments Association, NACHA Direct Member and Regional Payments Association. Mr. Mills has served as a member of the National Automated Clearing House Association’s (NACHA) Payments Institute Board of Regents, Risk Management Advisory Group (RMAG) and Arbitration Committee.

Connie Theien

Connie Theien

Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago

Connie Theien

Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago

Connie Theien serves as the senior vice president of industry relations and the faster payments strategy leader for the Federal Reserve System. Theien leads efforts to engage payments stakeholders in advancing strategies for improving the U.S. payment system and in collaborating to encourage implementation and adoption of faster payments in the United States.

As part of the Federal Reserve’s payments improvement leadership team, she established and managed the Faster and Secure Payments Task Forces, a coalition of 500+ stakeholders that worked from 2015-2018 to lay important groundwork for advancing payments speed and security.

Jessica Washington, AAP

Jessica Washington, AAP

Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta

Jessica Washington, AAP

Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta

A payments risk expert with the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta’s Retail Payments Risk Forum. In this research and outreach role, Jessica strategizes and executes thought leadership by examining payment systems and collaborating with industry participants, regulators, law enforcement, the legal community, and others in the Federal Reserve System. Jessica regularly convenes payments providers and parties integral to establishing new products, laws and regulations, policies, and standards that affect and shape retail payments. When Jessica identifies risk in existing global retail payments products and systems, she look for ways to fill system gaps, through blogs, papers, presentations or through hosting forums. Jessica currently serves on NACHA's Payments Risk Accreditation Oversight Panel, The Payments Institute Board of Regents, the bank’s Diversity Advisory Council as Co-Chair to, and FS-ISAC’s Payments Risk Committee.

Susan Harrison

Dr. Susan Harrison

 

Dr. Susan Harrison

 

A gifted keynote speaker, corporate trainer and personal coach, Dr. Harrison has worked with thousands of professionals all over the world to develop business and life skills. Her areas of expertise focus on positivity, and include various facets of personal and professional development and public speaking. Susan’s fun, energetic delivery and fast-paced, interactive sessions will leave you wanting more.

Hilton Columbus/Polaris

Columbus, Ohio

May 21 - 23, 2019

3 Days of Payments

Limited Available Seats

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Gala Reception

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Event Schedule

Map out your own personal journey at EPCOR Payments Conference – Spring 2019. In addition to five general sessions, choose from several different learning routes packed with informative sessions. Create your own schedule and switch routes any time you want.

Earn up to 15.2 AAP/APRP Credits and 2.4 NCP Credits. Conference sessions may be eligible for other continuing education credits such as CRCM/CTP/CCM/CPA credits. To submit credits for other certifications contact your crediting agency.

# Session Speakers Time
1 The Faster Payments Road Trip: Designing Your Roadmap Brian Laverdure, AAP, EPCOR 9:00 a.m.
2 Positive and Professional Communication Skills Dr. Susan Harrison 9:00 a.m.
3 Opening Comments Ann-Marie Bartels, AAP, EPCOR; EPCOR Conference Chairman, Brian Guess, AAP, KeyBank 1:15 p.m.
4 The ACH Network is Positioned for a Bright Future Jane E. Larimer, NACHA – The Electronic Payments Association 1:30 p.m.
5 New Error Resolution Changes and Fallback Transactions in the Payment Card Industry Jen Stadler, CPP, PaymentsFirst Inc. 2:40 p.m.
6 Gone in 60 Seconds – The Brave New World of Faster Payments Kevin Olsen, AAP, APRP, NCP, VSoft 2:40 p.m.
7 Diversity: Where Are You Putting Your Focus? Jennie Gerken, Three Rivers FCU 2:40 p.m.
8 ISO 20022 for Fedwire Funds & CHIPS Nell Campbell Drake, AAP, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta 2:40 p.m.
9 APIs – What They Are and How To Use Them Kathy Levin, NACHA – The Electronic Payments Association 2:40 p.m.
10 Does “Presumption of Alteration” Affect My Institution? Paul Carrubba, Esq.; Scott Jones, Esq., Adams & Reese LLP 4:15 p.m.
11 Top 10 Ways to Quantify & Manage Financial Crime Risk Dave Richardson, FNB Omaha; Andrew Davies, Fiserv 4:15 p.m.
12 Effective Stress Management Dr. Susan Harrison 4:15 p.m.
13 Same Day ACH - Not Just for Emergency Payroll Jane E. Larimer, NACHA – The Electronic Payments Association; Brian Guess, AAP, KeyBank 4:15 p.m.
14 Why You Need a Payments Strategy Peter Andrew Davey, AAP, The Clearing House Payments Association 4:15 p.m.

The ACH Network is Positioned for a Bright Future

Jane E. Larimer, NACHA – The Electronic Payments Association

The ACH Network is thriving, with historic volume gains in 2018 and the highest growth rate in more than ten years. Learn from NACHA’s Chief Operating Officer as she navigates through NACHA’s roadmap for the ACH Network, and how it is driving innovation and enhancing end-users’ experiences. Enhancements include more robust Same Day ACH services and tools that will enable easier routing and posting of payments, plus the development of standards to support automation and efficiency.

Don’t Be A Legal Target – Advice from Two Payments Attorneys

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

The increase in cyber-attacks and other fraud losses has resulted in many financial institutions becoming the targets of lawsuits by plaintiffs seeking ways to recover stolen funds. Hear from two popular payments industry attorneys how to avoid being a target by making sure your operational and security procedures fit the criteria of “commercially reasonable” from the court’s perspective. Learn how your financial institution can increase the potential for success in the event you are sued. Examine and learn from lawsuits brought against financial institutions by consumers under Regulation E, by businesses which were the victims of account takeovers and by customers and non-customers based on check fraud. Last, review provisions of Regulation E, UCC Article 4A and UCC Articles 3 & 4 that apply to these situations.

Developments in Real-Time Payments

Tim Mills, AAP, The Clearing House Payments Association; Eric Foust, Zelle

Hear from two major players in the real-time payments space. Zelle® will provide an update on its continued growth and plans to expand its offering in the marketplace. The Clearing House will give an update on the deployment of the RTP® Network, including its market penetration and early use. Gain a better understanding of how Zelle® and the RTP® Network can work together to help financial institutions of all sizes meet the expectations of their account holders. Discover how your financial institution can incorporate Real-Time payments into your overall payments’ strategy.

A Federal Reserve Update on Faster Payments

Connie Theien, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago

Last October, the Federal Reserve Board solicited formal comments about settlement needs related to faster payments and potential Federal Reserve actions to address those needs. More than 700 responses were received and are being reviewed to inform decisions on next steps. Hear the latest on the Federal Reserve’s current assessment and other work efforts the Federal Reserve is leading in collaboration with the industry to support faster payments in the United States.

Hot Topics in Fraud

Jessica Washington, AAP & Doug King, The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta

Criminals shift their attacks from one form of payments fraud to another based on increased defenses and easier opportunities. Join us as two payment risk experts from the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta lead a discussion about the most prevalent forms of fraud attacks. The use of social engineering by fraudsters will be reviewed as well as card-not-present fraud, ATM attacks, elder financial exploitation and more.

Positive Professional Communication Skills

Dr. Susan Harrison

You may have the best ideas in the world, but in order for them to come to fruition someone must hear them. In this workshop, Dr. Susan gets back to the basics of effective communication. Through self-examination, you will learn simple ways to change ineffective habits, see others through a different lens, improve body language and be assertive without being abrasive. Sign up today and watch your business and personal relationships flourish.

The Faster Payments Road Trip: Designing Your Roadmap

Brian Laverdure, AAP, EPCOR

Are you overwhelmed by the number of faster payments choices in the marketplace? Are you tasked with the job of understanding the merits of all the options and recommending a faster payments action plan for your financial institution? Don’t worry—you’ve got this (with a little help from EPCOR)! This workshop will equip you with the fundamental knowledge you need to create a useful payments roadmap that can steer your financial institution in the right direction. Identify the options available to you, including their various attributes. Take a deep dive into market intelligence and current payments strategies and walk away with the foundational steps to design your roadmap, as well as recommendations to help you put a plan into action.

The Positive Workplace

Dr. Susan Harrison

Here’s a recipe for disaster: Take people, add a few personality conflicts, a dash of too much togetherness, turn up the heat on stress and you get an office no one enjoys coming to every day. It doesn’t have to be that way! Join Dr. Susan as she explores strategies for building and maintaining a positive workplace. Topics include: how negativity costs us all; learning to think before you speak; the psychological impact of physical environment; and creative ways to encourage office socialization. Whether you are a business owner or an hourly wage earner, these practical tips will help retrain your thinking and reframe your entire team.

AI, Alexa, Authorizations & ACH

Karen Sylvester, AAP, CAMS, CRCM, NCP, EPCOR. Other presenter’s TBA

With the advent of Alexa and Siri and all their "friends," what are the possible roles for artificial intelligence and voice activated personal assistants in ACH payments? This very human discussion examines what can be done now and in the near future using these tools to advance payment capabilities.

Does "Presumption of Alteration" Affect My Institution?

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

On January 1, 2019 the Federal Reserve Board implemented final changes to Regulation CC to establish a new evidentiary presumption of alteration. Well what does that really mean for your institution? This session will discuss what this change means and when it would apply. Discover how this change may affect disputes between financial institutions when determining if a check has been altered or forged.

The Top 5 Check Frauds You Need on Your Radar

Marcy Cauthon, AAP, APRP, NCP, EPCOR

While check volume may have decreased, check fraud has not kept pace and continues to adapt. Some check fraud remains the same while some newer frauds might surprise you. Learn what is happening now and how to protect your financial institution moving forward.

Understanding the Pros and Cons of P2P Payments

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

Consumers want it, and financial institutions are trying to find out ways to provide P2P transactions. Look at the different types of person to person payments, the rules behind the transfers, and how to mitigate your financial institutions risk when offering this service.

Not Your Typical B&B: Blockchain and Bitcoin

Doug King, Federal Rerserve Bank of Atlanta

This session will provide an easy to understand overview of blockchain technology and Bitcoin. Attendees will leave with a better understanding of blockchain technology, how it works, and the different use cases, including Bitcoin, for the technology. Attendees will be better equipped to discuss this technology with peers following this informative session.

New Error Resolution Changes and Fallback Transactions in the Payment Card Industry

Jennifer Stadler, CPP, PaymentsFirst

Both Visa and MasterCard have new products designed to improve processes around disputes and claims. Attend this session to learn about these dispute process rules changes and the impact these changes will have at your FI when handling disputed transactions. Find out how to protect your chargeback rights, what liability concerns of fallback transactions you should be aware of and what industry impact that Petroleum liability extensions have had. Learn how to prepare your financial institution for fallback transactions and the potential fraud your financial institution may be exposed to under the rules of the payment processing network.

Generational Views of Payments

Jen Kirk, AAP, EPCOR Panelists TBA

 

Third-Party Senders and the ACH Audit

Larry Matteson, AAP, APRP, CCM, EPCOR; Copresenter TBA

With the new audit Rules changes and the removal of Appendix 8, ACH participants, especially Third-Party Senders, will no longer have a specific checklist for conducting their annual audit. How might Third Party Senders and their customers take a more risk-based approach in auditing rules that are relevant to them as an ACH participant? Find out in this session.

Gone in 60 Seconds – The Brave New World of Faster Payments

Kevin Olsen, AAP, NCP, APRP, VSoft

“Speed is irrelevant if you are going in the wrong direction.” –Mahatma Gandhi

What is driving faster payments in other countries and what does it mean to the US? It’s amazing how fast the world of electronic payments is changing, but the world of faster payments is changing even faster. From Australia all the around to the USA what is happening around the globe of faster payments today? Experience can be the best teacher, lets learn from the experiences of other countries and see how we can apply their hard-earned lessons to covering our assets. Of course, lets also look at how they are handling fraud since its gone in 60 seconds.

Banking Marijuana-Related Businesses: A Practical Approach to this Higher Risk Sector

Angela Lucas, Sterling

Whether you want to bank marijuana-related businesses (MRBs) or have determined that the industry is not for you, there are critical steps you need to take to establish a sound infrastructure. From risk assessment to policy to procedure, we will discuss how that foundation needs to be developed to support your risk appetite (or risk avoidance).

Creating Your Origination Blueprint

Wendy Wishon, AAP, NCP, EPCOR; Fred Laing II, AAP, CTP, NCP, UMACHA

ACH Origination support is one of the most requested EPCOR Advisory services; and for good reason. If you want to stay competitive and offer your customers an economical payment mechanism- then ACH origination is a must – regardless of financial institution size. This session will explore some of the most common challenges associated with implementing or enhancing an ACH origination program. We’ll discuss how to develop forms, why credit/lending areas need to be involved, how to educate your Originators from the beginning and ongoing, and more! We’ll also explore an ACH Blueprint to ensure a successful program. If you have any questions about ACH origination, you need to attend this session.

ISO 20022 for FEDWIRE® FUNDS SERVICE & CHIPS®

Nell Campbell-Drake, AAP, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta

Over the past few years, several worldwide markets have moved to adopt the ISO 20022 standard to improve payment efficiencies and meet technological upgrades, with the US moving forward with the migration of high-value (wire transfer) payments to the ISO 20022 format. Join Nell Campbell-Drake to learn about the Federal Reserve Banks’ plans for migrating its FedWire Funds Service to the ISO 20022 payments messaging standard and what is being considered for low-value payments (ACH).

Top 10 Ways to Quantify & Manage Financial Crime Risk

Dave Richardson, FNB Omaha; Andrew Davies, Fiserv

The financial services industry and the financial crime ecosystem continue to evolve at a record pace. While customer expectations for immediate, omnichannel engagement and direct-to-consumer strategies continue to rise, there has also been a dramatic increase in fraud. At the same time, new technologies and channels increase opportunities for customer engagement, they also drive a more critical need for cross-channel monitoring to create a single view of the customer. Speakers discuss trends, strategic considerations for managing challenges, and how key technologies and best practices can improve your overall approach to managing risk.

How to Defraud an ODFI in Three Easy Steps

Kevin Sasser, AAP, Argos Risk

"I used to think I was a payments risk expert, until that subpoena showed up." Kevin Sasser was the executive in charge of a third-party processor when a potential originator, with promises of large origination fees, knocked on his door. A fraudulent file later, Kevin’s company suffered a substantial loss and later he was invited to a federal courtroom to testify for the FBI. In this session learn details of a three-step plan that fraudsters use to defeat risk mitigation measures, along with the most common strategic mistakes than can leave organization vulnerable. Using examples from the field, Kevin will illustrate common vulnerabilities, along with best practices for securing and enhancing your third-party risk management program.

Why You Need a Payments Strategy

Peter Andrew Davey, AAP, The Clearing House Payments Association

 

Same Day ACH: Not Just for Emergency Payroll

Jane E. Larimer, NACHA- The Payments Association; Brian Guess, AAP, KeyBank

SDA is not just for emergency payroll, but what are other common uses that you may not be aware of? Jane Larimer, COO and Lead Counsel of NACHA will lead a discussion with two financial institutions about the various ways they use SDA and the benefits they are realizing.

APIs - What They Are and How to Use Them

Kathy Levin, NACHA- The Electronic Payments Association

Learn what APIs are and their practical uses in payments. Discover how they are both enabling solutions and improving the customer experience.

Deconstructing the ACH Audit: How Do I Minimize My Risk in ACH?

Andy Barlow, AAP, NCP, WACHA

As the NACHA Operating Rules continue to evolve, creating faster and smarter payments, is your annual audit keeping pace? Organizations have traditionally relied on Appendix Eight to guide their audit activities, but as payments have become more complex, so has the relationship between compliance and risk management. Join our speaker for analysis of the risks that exist below the surface of your ACH audit report. Learn ways you can enhance you ACH audit to ensure your organization employs a risk-based methodology to properly review ACH activities.

Effective Stress Management

Dr. Susan Harrison

You’ve been dealing with stress since before you were born (literally). So how is that working out? Dr. Harrison uses laughter and interactive fun to highlight the type and amount of stress that is good for you, versus the distress-causing stress. Coping well with stress benefits you personally and professionally with increased productivity, and fewer absences and conflicts. If your health, day-to-day activities, career and relationships are causing any level of anxiety, don’t miss this session.

Diversity - Where Are You Putting Your Focus?

Jennie Gerken, Three Rivers FCU

 

Writing Effective Meeting Agendas & Business Cases

James Lifter, New Horizons

 

# Session Speakers Time
1 Don’t Be a Legal Target - Advice From Two Payments Attorneys Paul Carrubba, Esq. & Scott Jones, Esq., Adams & Reese LLP 8:30 a.m.
2 ATM Solutions | Vendor Showcase 9:45 a.m.
3 Centrix/Q2 | Vendor Showcase 9:45 a.m.
4 The Clearing House | Vendor Showcase 9:45 a.m.
5 VSoft | Vendor Showcase 9:45 a.m.
6 Panini | Vendor Showcase 9:45 a.m.
7 New Error Resolution Changes and Fallback Transactions in the Payment Card Industry Jen Stadler, CPP, PaymentsFirst Inc. 10:25 a.m.
8 Top 10 Ways to Quantify & Manage Financial Crime Risk Dave Richardson, FNB Omaha; Andrew Davies, Fiserv 10:25 a.m.
10 Designing Your ACH Origination Blueprint Wendy Wishon, AAP, NCP, EPCOR; Fred Laing II, AAP, CTP, NCP, UMACHA 10:25 a.m.
11 Banking Marijuana-Related Businesses: A Practical Approach to this Higher Risk Sector Angela Lucas, Sterling 10:25 a.m.
12 The Positive Workplace Dr. Susan Harrison 11:25 a.m.
13 AI, Alexa, Authorizations & ACH Karen Sylvester, AAP, CAMS, CRCM, NCP; Other Speakers TBA 12:40 p.m.
14 How to Defraud an ODFI in Three Easy Steps Kevin Sasser, AAP, Argos Risk 12:40 p.m.
15 Generational Views of Payments Jen Kirk, AAP, EPCOR; Panelists TBA 12:40 p.m.
16 Banking Marijuana-Related Businesses: A Practical Approach to this Higher Risk Sector Angela Lucas, Sterling 12:40 p.m.
17 The Top Five Check Frauds You Need on Your Radar Marcy Cauthon, AAP, APRP, NCP, EPCOR 1:50 p.m.
18 Gone in 60 Seconds – The Brave New World of Faster Payments Kevin Olsen, AAP, APRP, NCP, VSoft 1:50 p.m.
19 Writing Effective Meeting Agendas and Business Cases James Lifter, New Horizons 1:50 p.m.
19 Third-Party Senders and the ACH Audit Changes Larry Matteson, AAP, APRP, CCM, EPCOR; Co-presenter TBA 1:50 p.m.
19 Not Your Typical B&B: Blockchain and Bitcoin Doug King, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta 1:50 p.m.
19 Developments in Real-Time Payments Tim Mills, AAP, The Clearing House Payments Association; Eric Foust, Zelle 3:30 p.m.

Member

$600
Full Conference Registration,
Including Access to:

- More than 30 information-packed sessions
- Off-The-Beaten-Path 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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Non-Member

$1,200
Full Conference Registration,
Including Access to:

- More than 30 information-packed sessions
- Off-The-Beaten-Path Open Discussion Forums
- Complimentary Lunch & Snacks
- Awards Luncheon
- Gala Reception with Hors d’oeuvres and Cocktails
- Certificate of Participation
- Access to awesome payments experts!

Register Now

Optional Value Add: Pre-Conference Workshops

$100

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

Add a pre-conference workshop to your registration when purchasing your conference registration in our online store, or contact Member Support at memserve@epcor.org or 800.500.0100 to add the workshop to your existing registration.


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Sponsors

The Clearing House Superior Press NACHA Federal Reserve

Exhibitors

ATM Solutions Centrix Solutions The Clearing House Corporate One Federal Reserve JetPay Magic Wrighter Panini VSoft