The annual CPPO Prepaid Symposium is the premier event for the prepaid technology industry, fueling the transformation to digital banking in Canada. Attended by leaders in fintech, banking, payments and government, the Symposium is ideal for learning about the $5 billion Canadian prepaid technology industry. Traditionally held in person, the 2020 and 2021 Symposiums were held in a virtual setting.
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Recap the 2021 CPPO Prepaid Symposium Sessions
The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically accelerated the move to digital and contactless payment solutions by an estimated 5-10 years. This panel of card issuing experts
SPEAKERS Bonny Murray – CPPO Government Relations Advisor and Partner, Blake, Cassels Graydon Erin O’Brien – Director General, Department of Finance
Recap the 2020 CPPO Prepaid Symposium Sessions
In this exclusive and candid discussion, Canada’s payment system regulators, policymakers, operators and the Canadian paytech industry face off with their best arguments for how to modernize Canada’s payment system.
This CPPO Prepaid Symposium panel talks about the recent merger between Galileo and SoFi, their joint mission to use their fintech platforms to promote diversity and equity and what it means for the reshaping of the fintech industry for the next 5 to 10 years.
Jason Gardner, Founder and CEO of Marqeta, explores the fintech disruption of finance and banking in this in-depth conversation with Peggy Vande Plassche of Roar Growth.
In the final Keynote of the 2020 CPPO Prepaid Symposium, Sue Kelsey of Mastercard delivers insights from across continents to help set the stage for what a prepaid future in Canada could look like.
Drawing on a few case studies, this CPPO Symposium session from Robert Hyde (Payment Source) explores the new wave of software company entrants to the payments space and asks what their arrival means for established payments companies, fintech startups and the Canadian consumer.
In this 2020 CPPO Symposium session, BankMobile and Ubiquity share a case study on how the digital bank is driving record breaking Net Promoter Scores by focusing on mission, culture, calibration and technology.
This discussion features two of the CPPO’s top legal and government relations advisors and covers the federal regulatory environment, provincial harmonization of GPR rules and how the payments modernization process is affecting the industry.
Michelle Beyo of Finavator leads a lively discussion on the role challenger banks will play in Canada’s financial services industry in the years to come. Speakers include Saud Aziz (Revolut), Michael Fox (Koho), Kartik Kamat (EQ Bank), Miro Pavletic (STACK) and Hannah Zaidi (Wealthsimple).
This 2020 CPPO Symposium session explores how financial institutions are speeding innovation in the next wave of the digital era to enhance customer engagement and the customer experience.
Jennifer Tramontana, Executive Director of the CPPO, charts the growth and maps the future of Canada’s rapidly evolving prepaid industry.