Payment Innovations in the Wake of the Financial Crisis
- What innovations have the payments industry developed in response to recent economic events?
- How have consumers' payments behaviors changed, and are these changes likely to be permanent?
- What is the future direction of payments policy?
Who Should Attend?
Decision-makers from financial institutions, payment networks, regulatory bodies, central banks, merchants and payment innovators as well as academics.
Registration for the 2010 Payments Conference is now closed. You may still enter your information on the registration page to be added to our waiting list. If you have any questions, please contact Susan Parren (information in the sidebar).
- In what ways did consumer payments behavior change over the
last few years?
- Is financial education important, and is it effective?
- How well are consumers and businesses being served by payment products?
- What are the most promising new markets for retail payments over the next five years?
- How have companies changed their corporate strategies in the last few years?
- How have companies altered their product offerings to reflect changes in the economic climate?
- What new products were developed as a result of the economic downturn?
- How have emerging products influenced (or threatened) legacy payments vehicles?
- Have pricing strategies influenced product mix or vice versa?
- What are the most innovative fraud reduction strategies to emerge in the last two years?
- What challenges do companies face in rethinking businesses strategies to reflect changes in risk profiles?
- Are there regional or national differences in fraud experiences?
- What role should the public sector play in retail payment markets?
- What kind of legislation do you expect to see in the wake of the financial crisis?
- How are payment providers likely to respond in terms of their fee structures and incentives to innovate in the future?
Last Updated: 06/04/2010
To make your hotel reservations, please contact the hotel directly at (312) 427-7800. Be sure to mention that you are attending the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago 2010 Payments Conference to receive the reduced rate of $210. The cutoff date for making room reservations is Monday, April 19, 2010. Hotel rooms and/or conference discounts may not be available after this date. For more information, please contact Susan Parren (contact information in sidebar).