Join us all Autumn long for the Fall Semester. This new online educational series will take you through all things payments with interactive webinars, presentations, and town halls featuring experts from the payments community, policymakers, and consumer advocates who will be critical in shaping the future of payments in 2021 and beyond!
Fireside Chat with Rep. Tom Emmer
The IPA will host a Fireside Chat with Rep. Tom Emmer (R-MN), Ranking Member of the House Financial Services Committee’s FinTech Task Force. Rep. Emmer is also a leader on cryptocurrency and blockchain issues in Congress. Please join us to hear from Rep. Emmer about his work with the Task Force, the latest on Congress’ approach to cryptocurrency and blockchain, and what could be ahead in 2021!
Join us on October 14th, as part of the IPA’s Fall Semester series of webinars, we’ll explore Potential Threats to Fintech in 2021. We’ll also breakdown different product segments like digital wallets, cryptocurrency, POS lending, wage advance, and others and highlight the potential impact the various electoral outcomes could have on the payments community. We hope you’ll join us!
Customers are the one thing that every successful business needs, and customer retention is easier than finding new ones. While this seems obvious, the pandemic has threatened the customer base for financial services. In this Webinar, SpringFour will present results form its research into how the pandemic has affected household finances of low and moderate income people. Their research reveals the needs of this segment of customers. We will talk about how companies can retain their customers and maintain their bottom lines by meeting those needs both directly and indirectly.
Understanding the New Paradigm for Regulators and Industry
The Conference of State Banking Supervisors is moving forward with several initiatives to support streamlining licensing, responding to findings in the FinTech Advisory Recommendations (02/2019) and networked supervision.
These changes are moving quickly in several areas and will affect state licensed entities in a number of areas from obtaining a license, participating in an exam and consumer complaints. The Money Services Business Association (MSBA) is a key partner in the initiatives and we will provide an update on what the Industry can expect.