September 3, 2014
$15 Trillion dollars of retail transactions are the breeding ground for innovation today - from contactless payments to mobile wallets - so much has been put at stake. The rules of the game are changing with the changing customer behaviour. Can banks, fintech incumbents and retailers compete against nimble startups and payment tech firms creating fine product experiences through mobility, cloud and analytics.
Innovation in technology and access to data is bringing a new generation of marketplace lenders thereby curbing the additional costs of borrowing and lending brought upon by intermediaries such as banks. Best practices, development tools and excellent fintech APIs are enabling big and small companies to create world class mobile apps in fintech space. The allure of virtual currencies bring so much promise making government regulators wonder whether they should allow such currencies to penetrate the mainstream. Beacons, NFC, QR codes and other technologies are making mobile commerce a mainstream reality with retail merchants adopting omni-channel strategies democratized by mobile/cloud/analytics.
To discuss this disruption in a live, in-person platform, industry experts are taking part in an exclusive Track of The Money Event to be held on 9th of September at CTIA’s super mobility week in Las Vegas. To know more about the event backed by Let’s Talk Payments, click here
This exclusive track titled Let’s Disrupt Money is being sponsored by Yodlee, known for its innovation in the digital financial ecosystem.
The track involves the following sessions designed to address specific aspects of the disruption in Payments ecosystem:
LD1: New Payments Battlefield -- FI Incumbents, Start-ups, Tech players, Retailers, Branded Currency
The rules of the game are changing with changing customer behaviour.
Speakers as part of this session include Frank Liddy from Paydiant, Jason Gardner from Marqeta, Alex Brutin from Cashstar, Daniel Polk from Sprint and Jeremy Bornstein from RBC.
LD2: How Marketplace Lending is Disitntermediating the Borrowing & investing
Speakers as part of this session include Rodolfo Gonzales from Foundation Capital, Karim Bhalwani from Yodlee, Victoria Treyger from Kabbage, John Palan from LendingHome and Doug Lebda from LendingTree.
LD3: Mobile First Disruptive Solutions in Fintech
Speakers as part of this session include Christine Loredo from Yodlee, Jim Del Favero from Personal Capital, Katy Gibson from Yodlee, Paul Zhang from AvantCredit and Ryan Graciano from CreditKarma.
LD4: Virtual & Crypto Currencies: The Hope & The Hype
First virtual-, and now crypto- currencies seem to be revolutionizing the world of government issued currencies...or is it?
Speakers as part of this session include Bill Barhydt from Boom Financial, Ted rogers
LD5: Mobile Payments Rewriting the rules of commerce
~$15 Trillion dollars of retail transactions are the breeding ground for innovation today - from contactless tech to mobile wallets - so much has been put at stake.
Speakers as part of this session include David Weiden from Khosla Ventures, Mung Ki Woo from MasterCard, Kamran Zaki from Adyen, Joe Rogness from Jingit, Paul Moreton from Capital One.
Thanks to Yodlee for sponsoring this exclusive track and their Financial Data Platform Solutions including Cloud Platform and Data APIs for creating a rich inventory of Financial Apps to enhance customer engagement.