NACHA Partners with to Present the “Faster Payments Imperative: Transforming the Market”

Posted August 10, 2015

One-Day Symposium, Set for Oct. 6 in Chicago, Provides Opportunity for Executive Dialogue on Decisions Impacting the Advancement of Faster Payments in the U.S.

HERNDON, Va., August 10, 2015 – NACHA—The Electronic Payments Association® announced today that it has partnered with to present “Faster Payments Imperative: Transforming the Market” on Tuesday, Oct. 6, at the Hyatt McCormick Place in Chicago.
As faster payments move from concept to reality and the payments ecosystem continues to evolve, the one-day symposium will foster executive dialogue on business opportunities and critical decisions for the U.S.
The symposium will feature a diverse set of industry authorities driving the faster payments discussion, including David Evans of the Global Economics Group; Mike Kennedy of clearXchange; Steve Kirsch of Token; Cynthia E. Murray of Bank of America Merrill Lynch; Anita Stevenson Patterson of Cox Enterprises Inc.; Michelle A. Sirpak of Kabbage Inc.; and J. Christopher Ward of PNC Bank; among others.
Janet O. Estep, president and CEO of NACHA, and Sean Rodriguez, senior vice president, Payments Industry Relations, and Faster Payments Strategy Leader for the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, will serve as panelists for the “Igniting Ubiquitous Faster Payments in the U.S.” session, which will allow executives to examine how harmonious banking industry investments will transform the U.S. payments landscape, with benefits for customers, those who serve them, and society at large.
“The Faster Payments Imperative is a unique thought leadership gathering that will stimulate critical information sharing and conversations on the topics influencing the strategic decisions industry participants face as the need for speed is realized,” Estep said. “We are pleased to partner with on this exciting event as it complements NACHA’s focus of supporting faster payments and innovation.”
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