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Want to Learn More About The Next Chapter in P2P Payments?

MEDICIFounder and Chief Strategy & Innovation Officer

On 1st July, Facebook made their P2P payments product available to everyone in the US. Facebook is offering a fee-free P2P payment service. Should the banks be worried now?

Why do we still use cash and checks in 2015? Even those of us in the industry are not able to go cashless, especially when it comes to person-to-person (P2P) payments. What are the issues? What are the opportunities for innovation? You can learn about these topics in our upcoming webinar on P2P payments on 27th of this month. You can enjoy this session from anywhere in the world with our compliments. There are LIMITED SEATS so please register asap if you don't want to miss this.



We have had mobile P2P payments for about a decade now. The most popular P2P company just had an IPO, fifteen years after it launched the service. And of course, we have had a number of almost-cashless options for international P2P, one of them being wire transfers which seem to not go away despite their exorbitant costs.

There is a plethora of P2P companies, apps and propositions in the market, and yet here are signs of acceleration in market adoption. However, there is still considerable room for improvement. Clearly there’s still something missing in the P2P options available for consumers today that seems to impede our march towards cashless.

This is not a new problem, but the latest technology drivers have re-energized the space. Incumbents (banks and non-banks alike) as well as the newer players appear to be focused on P2P payments, yet again!

Will it be different this time? Or is this just another wave? Who is leading the way? How should the stakeholders establish and manage consumer expectations? How can you win in P2P today?

LTP Studio will present a complimentary webinar for our readers to address and answer these questions and much more. We are excited to welcome some of the most respected voices in the industry, who have “been there, done that”, to share their perspectives in this interactive session:

Date: August 27, 2015

Time: 14:00 pm (EST)

The webinar is free to attend, but prior registration is required. To ensure a high quality experience for everyone, we will limit attendance to the first 75 registrants. If you cannot attend, an edited recording will also be published on LTP Studio.

Register now to attend the webinar live.


Amit Goel

MEDICIFounder and Chief Strategy & Innovation Officer

Amit Goel is the Founder & Chief Strategy & Innovation Officer for MEDICI. Amit’s vision is to build a strong FinTech market network that involves financial institutions, banks, startups, investors, analysts & other key stakeholders across the ecosystem – helping each one of them in a meaningful way by removing the asymmetry of information and providing a platform to engage & transact.

Amit is passionate about bringing actionable FinTech-focused insights, innovative products & services for the FinTech ecosystem. Some of his work involves startup scores, bank scores/assessments, predictive viewpoints & other innovations that have helped MEDICI’s customers and the ecosystem. He has been named amongst the Top 100 FinTech thought leaders/influencers in the world & Top 10 in Asia multiple times by reputed agencies, consulting firms as well as financial institutions. Amit has built MEDICI (formerly LTP) as a new-age, tech-enabled advisory/research firm, which is now considered the #1 global research & innovation platform for FinTech in the world.

Amit has been writing pioneering viewpoints on financial technology space that have been ahead of the curve since 2010. His data-driven predictions have helped the customers as well as the ecosystem. His past work experience includes a strong background in strategy & market analysis and advisory to clients (from big business houses to Fortune 500 firms) in payments, commerce, financial services & IT/technology. In the past, Amit had also founded a successful consulting & research practice called GrowthPraxis and has worked at Boston Analytics, Frost & Sullivan, and Daimler Chrysler in strategy & research.