2017 Payments Management Conference
May 10, 2017 to May 11, 2017
Get the most up-to-date information on what's happening now and what the future holds for everything payments!
Join NEACH for the 2017 Payments Management Conference: Meet, Learn, Exchange – The Future of Payments and learn:
- How faster payments will impact your day to day operations
- How to mitigate cross-channel risk effectively – payments systems are converging and the need for controls has never been greater
- What you need to stay operationally sound in all payment areas
- Understand the technology and personnel challenges that make cyber security so difficult
- How to drive revenue with all payment channels and internal departments working together
- Where the ACH Network is going in 2017 and beyond
Each Attendee Registration Includes:
Entrance to all general & concurrent educations sessions, the exhibit hall, all meal functions and refreshment breaks.
$395 Early Bird Rate for NEACH members that register by March 6, 2017.
This is the only discounted rate available for the conference and is available only to NEACH members.
$425 Member Rate: Available after March 6, 2017
$595 Non-Member Rate
Written notice of cancellation received prior to close of business on April 24, 2017 will entitle registrant to a full refund, minus a $50 processing fee. No refunds will be made after this date. Substitutions are allowed. No-shows are responsible for entire conference fee.
Please send notification of cancellation or substitution to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registrants are responsible for cancellation of their own hotel reservations.
LEARNING TRACKS & SESSIONS
As the Payments industry continues to evolve, and the number of regulatory changes increase, the role of the compliance team has never been more important. Financial Institutions must consistently assess and test the adequacy of its policies and compliance programs to ensure that rules and guidelines are being followed and risks are being mitigated appropriately. This track will explore the rule changes, new guidance's and compliance challenges that your team encounters on a continuous basis. Sessions will focus on understanding new rules and regulations and implementing solutions to effectively address these challenges as we look to the future of payments.
FASTER PAYMENTS TRACK
Activity around the rapidly developing faster payments arena in the United States continues to accelerate. With this comes the need for up-to-date education and answers to your faster payments questions. This track will focus on recent developments in the faster payments ecosystem with sessions that will concentrate on the initiatives, developments, challenges and opportunities of faster payments. You will gain an understanding of what faster payments means to your organization and how it will impact your institution now and in the near future.
OPERATIONS & QUALITY
Operations is the backbone of your financial institution and will continue to support your organization as the payments landscape continues to shift and change. Having a comprehensive understanding of payments, from strategy to daily operation, strengthens not only your payments knowledge but the institution as a whole. Sessions in this track will cover the latest innovative processes in ACH, ACH obstacles and how to overcome them, and the tools you need to position your organization for unparalleled success both today and in the future of payments.
RISK & FRAUD TRACK
The risk and fraud challenges faced by both financial institutions and their clients are unprecedented and will only grow as new payment mechanisms and channels are adopted. Financial institutions and their clients will be fending off threats from the existing payment systems as well as from newly adopted payment methods. Sessions in this track will cover the latest trends in fraud and provide focused strategies and real world solutions to complex payment system risk challenges. Learn what to expect as an institution and what you need to do to stay ahead of the curve today and beyond.
Tuesday, May 9, 2017
|2:00 - 4:00 PM|
The Building Blocks of Faster Payments
Wednesday, May 10, 2017
8:15 -9:00AM Breakfast
9:00 -10:30AM Session
|WELCOME BREAKFAST & GENERAL SESSION |
Leadership and Attacking Adversity
Eric Kapitulik, Founder & President, The Program
|10:30 -10:45AM|| Refreshment Break with Exhibitors|
| || FASTER PAYMENTS|| RISK & FRAUD|| OPERATIONS & QUALITY||COMPLIANCE|
Moving Government Payments Faster
Matt Helfrich, AAP, PMP, Senior Program Analyst, US Department of the Treasury
Risk Exposure Management: Best Practices and Survey Results
Peter C. Hohenstein, Senior Director – ACH Network Administration, NACHA
Remote Deposit Capture: The Next Generation
John Leekley, Founder & CEO, RemoteDepositCapture.com
|Know Your Customers: New Rules for Third Party Senders & Beneficial Owners|
Sandy Gobin, AAP, CAMS, NCP, Director, Risk & Compliance
Chris Selmi, AAP, CRCM, President, WesPay Advisors
LUNCHEON GENERAL SESSION
Distributed Ledger Technology: What's Happening That Banks Should Understand?
James S. Cunha, Senior Vice President, Treasury and Financial Services, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
|1:45 -2:15PM|| Refreshment Break with Exhibitors |
|2:15 -3:15PM||Consumer Perspectives on Payment Speed and Security|
Claire Greene, Payments Analyst, Consumer Payments Research Center, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
|Cross-Channel Risk: Lessons Learned in the Field|
Traci Michel, CAPM, Senior Vice President, Operations, Metro Credit Union
Stacy Nascimento, AAP, VP, Product Manager Treasury & Payment Solutions, Webster Bank
Cecile Richard, AAP, NCP, Vice President | Project Management | Operations, PeoplesBank
Moderator: Liz Grayeck, AAP, Director, NEACH
|Uncovering Your Internal Originators & The Risks They Pose|
Jillian Rafter, AAP, VP Deposit Operations, Needham Bank; Kathleen Shea, AAP, Director, Risk & Compliance, NEACH, Peter C. Hohenstein, Senior Director – ACH Network Administration, NACHA
|The Art and Science of Check Return Codes|
Jenny Johnson, NCP, Director, ECCHO
|3:15 -3:30PM|| Refreshment Break with Exhibitors|
|3:30 -4:30PM||Update on Faster Payments in the US|
Jon Jeswald, Faster Payments Improvement Initiatives, Federal Reserve System
|Best Practices on Preventing Online Banking Fraud|
Kevin Hamel, First Vice President, Chief Information Security Officer, COCC
|Retail Payment Applications - Schematics and the Need for Cross Channel Risk Controls|
Sean Carter, AAP, NCP, President & CEO, NEACH
|Navigating the FFIEC|
Paul Carrubba, Partner, Adams and Reese LLP
Fred Laing, II, AAP, CCM, NCP, President & CEO, UMACHA; Mary Gilmeister, AAP, NCP, President, WACHA
|4:30 - 6:00 PM|| RECEPTION WITH EXHIBITORS|
Thursday, May 11, 2017
8:30 -9:00AM Breakfast
|AAP & NCP RECOGNITION BREAKFAST & GENERAL SESSION - Sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston|
Same Day ACH Phase 2: Get Ready for Debits
Jane Larimer, EVP, ACH Network Admin. & General Counsel, NACHA
Tim Mills, AAP, Vice President, The Clearing House
Wendy Radford, AAP, Product Development Liaison, Strategic Business Relations and Outreach & International Development, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
|10:00 - 10:15AM|| Break|
| || FASTER PAYMENTS|| RISK & FRAUD|| OPERATIONS & QUALITY||COMPLIANCE|
|10:15 -11:15AM||Demystifying Faster Payments – Separating Hype from Reality|
Nasreen Quibria, Managing Director & Founder, Q Insights; Joe Casali, AAP, NCP, Senior Vice President, Operations & IT, NEACH; Douglas Green, Director of Sales, Volanté
What Does Your Incoming Payments Activity Tell You?
Rayleen M. Pirnie, AAP, CEO, RP Payments Risk Consulting Services, LLC
|Treasury and Operations Working Together to Drive Revenue|
Michael Lenihan, President, TMXpart Group, LLC
Lisa Carbone, Senior Vice President, Eastern Bank
Lorraine Benoit, AAP, SVP, ETS Operations Director, Eastern Bank
|Assessing your Wire Transfer Risk: Wire Transfer Risk Assessment|
Liz Grayeck, AAP, Director, NEACH; Mary Anne Ruisi, EFT Manager, Operations Officer, The Washington Trust Company
|11:15 -11:30AM|| Break|
|11:30 -12:30PM||Business Considerations for a Real Time Payment System|
Timothy Mills, AAP, Vice President, The Clearing House
|Riding the Wave: Surfing the Mobile Channel|
Jackson Schultz, Senior IT Audit & Security Consultant, OCD Tech
The Noise Around the ACH Rules
Sean Carter, AAP, NCP, President & CEO, NEACH; Joe Casali, AAP, NCP, Senior Vice President, Operations & IT, NEACH; Sandy Ortins, AAP, NCP, Vice President, Education, NEACH
|Human Trafficking & Payments Compliance|
Nancy Lake, CAMS-Audit, CAMS-FCI, Director of Compliance Anchor, Atlantic Community Bankers Bank
Sandy Gobin, AAP, CAMS, NCP, Director, Risk & Compliance, NEACH
CLOSING LUNCHEON SESSION
Faster Payments and the Digital Revolution: Fraud & Security Implications
Siva Narendra, Ph.D., CEO, Tyfone, Inc.
Sean Carter, AAP, NCP, President & CEO, NEACH
Hotel & Room Block
Sheraton Framingham Hotel & Conference Center
1657 Worcester Road • Framingham, MA
NEACH has reserved a block of rooms at the Sheraton Framingham Hotel & Conference Center for a discounted rate of $139 per night. This special rate is available until May 1, 2017 or until the room block is sold out.
Call 508.879.7200 or 800.325.3535 to make your reservations and reference "NEACH 2017" to receive the discounted group rate.
Click here to make your hotel reservations online.
Exhibit / Sponsor
Reserve your space at New England's most exciting payments conference!The NEACH 2017 Payments Management Conference is your one-stop-shop for meeting 275 - 300 New England payments industry decision-makers looking to evaluate products and services that can serve their financial institutions' ever-changing payments needs.
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Join us in Framingham, MA on May 10-11, 2017 and you will meet:
• CEO's of community banks and credit unions;
• Payments strategists and senior payments executives;
• VPs, directors, senior managers with payments operations or line of business responsibilities;
• Compliance, risk management, and audit officers;
• Treasury and cash management managers;
• Corporate practitioners.
2017 Payments Management Conference Exhibitors and Sponsors will:
- Gain credibility & build relationships and trust in the payments industry
- Have exclusive access to mid- to senior-level payments professionals from New England financial institutions
- Get recognized as a leading industry solution provider
Click here to see the 2016 Attendee Roster.
Exhibiting Information & Rates
Exhibits will be open on May 10, 2017 only.
Exhibitor package includes: 1 6-ft skirted table with 2 chairs; company description, logo, email and web address in Exhibitor Directory of the Conference Program and on the conference website; logo on welcome signage onsite; 2 booth staff registrations; one-time use of pre- and post-show attendee mailing list (mailing addresses only).
$900 NEACH Associate Members
Sponsorship Information & Rates
Gold Level: Includes Exhibitor Package*
- Present or moderate a 60 minute education session
- Day 1 Welcome Breakfast General Session sponsor
- Day 1 Luncheon General Session sponsor
$3,000 NEACH Associate Members
Silver Level: Includes Exhibitor Package*
- Track sponsorship (4 available)
- Day 2 AAP/NCP Recognition Breakfast sponsor- SOLD
- Day 2 Closing Luncheon sponsor
$2,000 NEACH Associate Members
- Refreshment Break sponsor- SOLD
$750 NEACH Associate Members
Mobile App Banner Ad Sponsorship
Attendees can easily connect with you by tapping your banner ad and going directly to your website. Banner ads are posted at the top of the screen and are displayed for 5 seconds before cycling.
$500 Members w/out an Exhibit Space
$750 Non-Members w/out an Exhibit Space
$100 Payments Management Conference Exhibitors
*Click here to download the Exhibitor & Sponsorship Prospectus for details and the complete list of benefits.
2017 Sponsors & Exhibitors
COCC is an award-winning client-owned financial technology company servicing financial institutions throughout the Northeastern United States. Launched in 1967, COCC was founded by its clients. This unique cooperative structure has set COCC apart and is one of the driving forces behind their success. COCC is recognized as a leader in delivering innovation and quality service financial institutions demand and deserve.
AAP & NPC Recognition Breakfast
The Federal Reserve carries out the nation's monetary policy guided by the goals set forth in the Federal Reserve Act, namely "to promote effectively the goals of maximum employment, stable prices, and moderate long-term interest rates." The Federal Reserve collects regulatory and supervisory reports from financial institutions and other entities to carry out its various responsibilities. The Federal Reserve Banks provide financial services to depository institutions including banks, credit unions, and savings and loans, much like those that banks provide for their customers.
NACHA serves as trustee of the ACH Network enabling payments such as Direct Deposit and Direct Payment via ACH. As a self-governing, collaborative rule maker and educator, NACHA helps to expand and diversify electronic payments, ensuring the Network remains universal and secure, creating value and enabling innovation for all participants.
ACH Alert's Fraud Prevention HQ platform moves fraud monitoring out of the backroom of financial institutions into the hands of paying customers (business and consumer). Modules include: Check positive pay, ACH positive pay for incoming and outgoing ACH transactions and voice biometric verification of suspect wires. Ask for a demo!
Computershare and Georgeseon offer a diverse portfolio of solutions for financial institutions including information management, compliance services, customer communications and other business services.
ECCHO, the Electronic Check Clearing House Organization, is the source for everything check. We provide image exchange rules, advocacy and education for our 3,000 members/owners. The National Check Professional certification was launched in 2011 and currently there are over 600 NCPs. ECCHO is a not-for-profit, mutual benefit, national clearinghouse.
The Federal Reserve Banks operate the largest ACH, Funds and Securities Transfer, and Check Clearing networks in the United States. For over 100 years, the Reserve Banks have supported the modernization of the nation's payment systems. Today, we're leading the transition to electronic payments, while ensuring integrity, efficiency, and accessibility for all participants.
NEACH Payments Group brings 161 collective years of staff experience to every engagement, to help clients keep up with regulatory changes, satisfy increased regulatory scrutiny and operate successfully in a changing economic environment. Our experienced, trusted and objective advisors guide clients towards the success of their payments business with customized insights and best-practice recommendations, and are uniquely positioned to complete a financial institutions, originators, and Third-Party Senders annual audit. Learn more at http://www.neachgroup.com/ .
EJack Henry & Associates' Payment Solutions are designed to improve the operating performance of financial institutions of all sizes. JHA offers a complete spectrum of transaction processing products including: ?ACH Origination and Processing, Commercial and Retail Remote Deposit Capture and consumer and business bill payment solutions. Visit us at www.jackhenry.com/jhapaymentsolutions.
Shoreline, a Gemalto company, has offered card personalization solutions and assistance to the financial industry for more than 25 years. Shoreline is dedicated to providing superior customer service while remaining on the cutting edge of technology in the payment card industry through ATM, debit and credit card personalization and fulfillment.
Contact Sandra Savage for all questions regarding the Payments Management Conference.