Join the Institute of International Finance, The Payments Association, and Emerging Payments Association Asia for our 2023 Global Payments Forum on June 13 & 14 from 7:00 am – 9:30 am EDT.
This global event brings together senior payments executives, global standard-setters, and experts to discuss payments innovation and industry led efforts for more secure, faster, transparent, and lower-cost payments, and progress toward the objectives of the G20 Roadmap for Enhancing Cross-Border Payments.
This event will feature:
+ Industry leaders sharing their visions for the payments systems of the future and the progress being made today.
+ Subject matter experts discussing the importance of, and offering technology solutions for, fraud prevention, security considerations, and delivering customer choice in payments.
+ Updates from FSB and CPMI on the task forces they have formed.
+ Innovators building payments systems for a future financial system characterized by CBDCs, digital assets, and tokenization technology.
+ Builders and users of RTGS systems contributing perspectives on infrastructure renewal.
+ Project leaders imparting lessons learned from efforts to connect multiple fast payments systems and to standardize linkages between them.
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