As the pace of fintech disruption moves at a relentless speed, the business of payments stands at the precipice of significant returns. BaaS operating models, next-gen cryptocurrencies, BNPL innovations and ubiquitous instant payments are enabling money to move in new ways, sending shockwaves through traditional payment systems. This makes 2023 a critical year for partnerships and collaboration, in an industry set to be worth $3 trillion by 2026. Yet with disruption, comes opportunity. Reuters Events: Transform Payments USA 2023 (June 13-14, 2023, Austin) will unite 150+ senior executives from across the banking, payments, and regulatory ecosystems to discuss the future direction of the industry. From the implications of instant payments maturity, to finding harmony between regulation and innovation; from elevating the treasury experience through next-generation technologies to preparing for a new age of cyber security and fraud. Reuters Events will bring together a forum of global financial institutions and their network of partners to reimagine how the world pays.4 key themes that are key to re-imaging how the world pays at #TPUSA2023: 1. Instant Payments Connectivity As ubiquitous instant payments are set to take place domestically and across borders, How to create an instant payments offering your clients cannot refuse; in a way that aligns with your wider payments strategy. 2. US Payments Regulation Navigate the regulatory frameworks and standards, which are shaking up the card, cryptocurrency, blockchain and open payments market. How are regulators responding to evolving competitive dynamics within payments? 3. Strategic Partnerships and Investment Establish clear goals and strategies for getting the most out of bankfintech partnerships to spur greater satisfaction within your clients' payments needs. Which investment and partnership strategies will spur greater innovation within payments in 2023? 4. Transforming the Customer Journey: Evolve, iterate, and enhance your customer touchpoints through the latest interfaces and technologies. How does security and verification go together with delivering a superior experience for individuals, corporates, and merchants? Tickets: https://go.evvnt.com/1510247-0?pid=5569 Date and Time: On Tue, Jun 13, 2023 ( 8:00 AM) - Wed, Jun 14, 2023 ( 5:00 PM) Venue details: Austin Marriott South, 4415 South Interstate 35 Frontage Road, Austin, Texas, 78744, United States Prices:Banking, Fintech and Merchant - Basic Pass: USD 1999.00,Banking, Fintech and Merchant - Business Pass: USD 2499.00,Solution Providers - Basic Pass: USD 2699.00,Solution Providers - Business Pass: USD 2999.00,Solution Providers- VIP Pass: USD 3499.00 Speakers: Bernadette Ksepka, VP, FedNow Deputy Head of Product Development, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston., Amanda Orson, Chief Executive Officer, Curve US., Phil Robin, Strategy Head, Enterprise Payments, Truist., Carl Slabicki, Co-Head of Global Payments, Treasury Services, BNY Mellon. , Linda Kugblenu, Vice President Product Solutions Specialist, Payments and Treasury Services, J.P Morgan., Ankur Sinha, Chief Technology Officer, Remitly., Brynly Llyr, Head of Blockchain and Digital Assets, World Economic Forum., Joe Hussey, Senior Vice President, Payments, Wells Fargo., Akita Somani, BNPL and POS Lending, US Bank SVP., Sean Loosli, Head of Consumer and Small Business Payments, Zelle, Early Warning., Sayantan Chakraborty, Global Head of Cross-Border Payments Product, J.P Morgan., Ulrike Guigui, Head of Payment Strategy, Wells Fargo., Irfan Ahmed, Managing Director - Head of US Payments, Bank of America., Steve Bishop, Chief Operating Officer, Old Missouri Bank., Jon Prendergast, SVP, Head of US Payment Strategy, TD Bank., Colin Walsh, Founder and CEO, Varo Bank.