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By Jennifer Tramontana, executive director of the CPPO board of directors
On May 13, we wrapped up the 2019 CPPO Prepaid Symposium in Toronto. The annual event immediately preceded Payments Canada’s Summit and brought together more than twenty-five local and international thought leaders to an intimate gathering with 100 delegates specialized in prepaid.
Don't miss the chance to register for the 2019 CPPO Prepaid Symposium, the only annual event dedicated to prepaid in Canada. This event brings forward-thinking discussions with innovators and thought leaders about the role of prepaid in Canada’s paytech growthto an intimate one-day gathering.
More than twenty-five industry leaders will present actionable insights around the evolution of payments and the role of prepaid in Canada’s paytech growth
Innovators showcase will feature Curexe, Dwello, Remitr and Stack
The Canadian prepaid market is exploding with a variety of prepaid card types and applications, with more than 236 million prepaid transactions taking place in 2016 alone.
A few weeks ago, I attended the Canadian Prepaid Providers Organization’s (CPPO) first-ever Prepaid Symposium. The symposium brought together stakeholders from across the United States and Canada to discuss the current and future state of the prepaid card industry in North America. As a New York-based representative of the Center for Financial Services Innovation (CFSI), I joined a panel of other U.S. representatives to discuss promising prepaid innovations south of the border.
As someone who was involved in the formation of the Network Branded Prepaid Card Association (NBPCA) in the U.S., it was a real pleasure to be present at the inaugural symposium of the Canadian Prepaid Providers Organization on May 23. It is exciting to watch the prepaid card market develop in Canada. Both the differences and the similarities between the Canadian and U.S. markets will make it interesting to compare and contrast how prepaid cards evolve in the two places.
The Canadian Prepaid Providers Organization (CPPO), the leading voice of the prepaid industry in Canada, hosted a one-day symposium in May to discuss the changing nature of the Canadian prepaid market.