Membres de l’OCFCP

ATB

With $55.8 billion in assets, ATB Financial is an Alberta-built financial institution that is a catalyst for economic growth in our province. We got started in 1938 to help Albertans through tough economic times and are still the only financial institution in more than 100 Alberta communities. ATB’s more than 5,300 team members love to deliver exceptional experiences to our nearly 777,000 customers in 173 branches, 141 agencies, 24-hour Client Care Centre, four entrepreneur centres, or through our digital banking options. Everything we do is focused on how we can serve Albertans—from providing expert advice and supporting entrepreneurs to helping Albertans buy a home and grow their wealth

Crystal Lechelt

Established in 1817, and currently marking its 200th year of operations, BMO Financial Group is a highly diversified financial services provider based in North America. With total assets of $719 billion as of April 30, 2017, and more than 45,000 employees, BMO provides a broad range of personal and commercial banking, wealth management and investment banking products and services to more than 12 million customers and conducts business through three operating groups: Personal and Commercial Banking, Wealth Management and BMO Capital Markets.

Alla Fainblum

Berkeley Payment Solutions delivers Mastercard and Visa prepaid card programs for corporations, governments, and financial institutions. As a trusted payment solutions provider, we help clients navigate the payments industry ecosystem and offer an extensive suite of services including prepaid card program management, product development, accounting and reporting, IT consulting and integration, processing, card design, and card fulfillment.

Jonathon Hamburg

Blackhawk Network delivers branded payment solutions through the prepaid products, technologies and network that connect brands and people. We collaborate with our partners to innovate, translating market trends in branded payments to increase reach, loyalty and revenue. Serving 28 countries, we reliably execute security-minded solutions worldwide. Join us as we shape the future of global branded payments.

Cameron Horb

As one of Canada’s top business law firms, Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP (Blakes) provides exceptional legal services to leading businesses in Canada and around the world. Serving a diverse national and international client base, our integrated network of 11 offices worldwide provides clients with access to the firm’s full spectrum of capabilities in virtually every area of business law. Whether an issue is local or multi-jurisdictional, practice-area specific or interdisciplinary, Blakes handles transactions of all sizes and levels of complexity.

Jacqueline Shinfield

Carta Worldwide delivers issuer transaction processing, designed for the evolution of banking and payments. Carta is the engine behind fintech innovation – empowering new financial service providers to offer disruptive solutions and enabling established banks to innovate for the rapidly changing market. Carta’s next generation platform – architected specifically to meet the complexities of the modern payments ecosystem – excels where legacy systems are challenged; delivering adaptive, modern solutions to enable innovation and optimize profitability.

Blake McClelland

Ceridian’s human capital management software helps HR and business leaders make smart decisions that deliver quantifiable value for their companies. It’s flagship platform Dayforce provides human resources, payroll, benefits, workforce management, and talent management functionality. The platform is used to optimize management of the entire employee lifecycle, including attracting, engaging, paying, deploying, and developing people. Ceridian has solutions for organizations of all sizes. Visit ceridian.com or follow @Ceridian.

Warren Perlman

daVinci Payments blends art, science and a quarter-century of experience to deliver branded payments with greater value for brands, their customers, employees, contractors, participants and channel partners around the world.

daVinci’s advanced payment technology includes virtual and physical prepaid, push pay and disbursements of all kinds for Canada and over 160 countries.

daVinci is owned by Syncapay, a holding company, “Investing in The New Frontier of Payments,” and backed by Bain Capital Ventures and Silversmith Capital Partners. Learn more about daVinci’s payment solutions at www.davincipayments.com/solutions.

Rodney Mason

Desjardins Group is the leading cooperative financial group in Canada and the sixth largest cooperative financial group in the world, with assets close to $268 billion. It has been rated one of the Best Employers in Canada by Aon Hewitt. To meet the diverse needs of its members and clients, Desjardins offers a full range of products and services to individuals and businesses through its extensive distribution network, online platforms and subsidiaries across Canada. Counted among the world's strongest banks according to The Banker magazine, Desjardins has one of the highest capital ratios and credit ratings in the industry.

Alexandre Poirier

EML

At EML we develop tailored payment solutions for brands and their customers to make lives simpler. Through next-generation technology, our portfolio of payment solutions offers innovative options for disbursement payouts, gifts, incentives and rewards. We're proud to power many of the world’s top brands and process over $18 billion in GDV each year across 28 countries in Australia, EMEA and North America. Our payment solutions in 25 currencies are safe and secure, easy and flexible, providing customers with their money in real-time. We know payments are complex, that’s why we've made the process simple, smart and straightforward, for everyone. We encourage you to learn more about EML Payments Limited, by visiting: EMLpayments.com.

Kelly Winters

Equitable Bank, Canada's Challenger BankTM, has grown to become the country's ninth largest independent Schedule I bank through its proven branchless approach and customer service focus in providing residential lending, commercial lending and savings solutions to Canadians. EQ Bank, the digital banking platform offered by Equitable Bank, provides state-of-the-art digital banking services. The EQ Bank Savings Plus Account reimagines banking for Canadians by offering the functionality of a chequing account to perform daily banking with ease, as well as a great everyday interest rate to help transactional balances grow into bigger savings. From unlimited Interac® e-Transfers and bill payments to payroll deposits and no monthly fees, everyday banking is now a richer prospect for Canadians. Equitable Bank employs over 900 dedicated professionals across the country. For more information about Equitable Bank and its products, please visit equitablebank.ca.

Mahima Poddar

Finavator is a Fintech, Payments and Loyalty focused advisory firm that provides Digital Marketing, Product Strategy and Sales Acceleration to startups, enterprise and financial institutions with the objective of driving innovation, diversity and improving client experience.

Michelle Beyo

FinTech Growth Syndicate (FGS) is an award-winning innovation advisory firm that helps companies who realize the need for change to create growth strategies and solutions to get there. FGS tracks over 1,200 FinTechs in Canada and engages in the ecosystem to advise and represent the needs of stakeholders in the financial industry. Learn more at www.fintechgrowthsyndicate.com

Sue Britton

FSS

FSS (Financial Software and Systems) is a leading global PayTech company. The company offers an integrated suite of payment products spanning Prepaid and Debit Card Issuance, Omni-Channel Acquiring, Open Banking Framework, Real-Time Payments Suites, Smart Transaction Reconciliation & Settlement, Digital Security and Payment Analytics. FSS caters to over 150+ customers across 25 countries, enabling them to modernize their payments infrastructure to offer consumers simple, seamless, secure payment experiences. Headquartered in India, the company has an established presence in North America, UK, Europe, South Africa, and APAC, with an international team of 2,500 domain specialists.

Jayesh Sawant

Galileo is the company behind the technology that powers the most innovative fintech companies, financial institutions and investment firms in North America, the UK and Europe. Utilizing one of the industry’s most sophisticated processing platforms, Galileo handles thousands of financial transactions every day and provides comprehensive APIs and complete back-office support, allowing clients to stay focused on creating the greatest value and best experiences for their customers. Galileo’s approach makes it a trusted partner, with innovative thinking and advanced data science and engineering capabilities to deliver on its promise of flexibility, security and scalability. Galileo is based in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Mike Tanner

i2c Inc. drives innovation to the global digital banking and payments industry with a multi-function payments and digital banking platform built for endless possibilities. Advanced "building block" processing technology at its core provides a vast suite of credit, debit and prepaid solutions—all from a single global SaaS platform. This enables clients to dynamically configure payment solutions with unparalleled flexibility, agility and performance while maintaining highly secure and reliable payments. Founded in 2001, and headquartered in Silicon Valley, i2c's next-generation technology helps organizations drive revenue growth, scale and adapt to change while supporting millions of users in more than 200 countries and territories and all time zones.

Ted Dargan

Leveraging deep integrations into retailers' point-of-sale systems, InComm provides connectivity to a variety of service providers that allow consumers to conduct everyday business at more than 500,000 points of retail distribution. Whether those consumers are activating prepaid products, paying bills, enjoying real-time discounts through a membership card, purchasing digital goods in-store or adding funds to an online account, InComm is there to provide unique gift-giving opportunities, cater to on-the-go shoppers, deliver added value through loyalty programs and serve cash-based consumers. With 206 global patents, InComm is headquartered in Atlanta with a presence in more than 30 countries.

Felipe Papaleo

KOHO is a quickly scaling FinTech company that offers Canadians an alternative to their traditional banking experience. With an integrated app and reloadable Visa card, users get real-time insights into their money, along with instant cashback, round-ups, automated savings goals and more. Backed by Power Corp., Portag3 and Greyhound Capital, KOHO is an ambitious company looking to make a difference in the financial lives of Canadians. KOHO has raised two rounds of funding and won the NASDAQ Award for Best FinTech Co. Visit www.koho.ca for more information.

Tanya Black

Founded in 2010, Marqeta is the first global modern card issuer, powered by the most advanced issuer processor platform built in over two decades. Marqeta’s open APIs allow a new generation of businesses on the cutting-edge of technology and finance like Square, Affirm, DoorDash, Kabbage and Instacart to build in innovative payment programs and experiences. Marqeta platform features like Just in Time Funding, dynamic spend controls and real time data insights allow customers to customize payment cards to meet the unique needs of their customers.

Oren Netter

Mastercard (NYSE: MA), www.mastercard.com, is a technology company in the global payments industry. We operate the world’s fastest payments processing network, connecting consumers, financial institutions, merchants, governments and businesses in more than 210 countries and territories. Mastercard products and solutions make everyday commerce activities – such as shopping, traveling, running a business and managing finances – easier, more secure and more efficient for everyone.

Maria Reisenberg

Netspend empowers people with the choice, control and convenience to manage their money through intuitive, reliable and secure prepaid card and consumer payment solutions. Since 1999, we have helped over 10 million consumers make purchases, budget and pay bills using our seamless physical and digital financial options that fit their lives. Customers can find and reload Netspend Prepaid Cards at convenient locations nationwide through Netspend’s extensive network of 130,000 reload points and more than 100,000 distributing locations and employers, including check cashers, convenience stores, grocers, pharmacies, insurance providers and tax preparers. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, Netspend is a wholly owned subsidiary of TSYS (NYSE: TSS).

Kelley Knutson

OmniPay Inc. is supervised and regulated by Central Bank of the Philippines as a Non-Bank Financial Institution with an Electronic Money Issuer license. It is committed to long-term partnerships as it operates exclusively on a business-to-business basis. With offices in the Philippines, Indonesia, Hong Kong and soon in Malaysia, Omnipay’s mission is to leverage technology to bank the unbanked in a sustainable manner to accelerate nation-building through inclusive growth. It aims to deploy innovative business models backed by customised technology to make financial and non-financial transactions more secure, efficient and seamless.

Simoun Ung

PACE Credit Union’s Ontario roots trace back over 60 years including the membership of Farmunited Co-op, the first credit union incorporated under the new Credit Union Act of 1940. Over the decades, PACE has grown, meeting their members’ and community’s financial needs. Headquartered in Vaughan, Ontario, PACE serves its 40,000 members holding over $1 billion in assets through 17 locations. To find out more about cooperative banking at PACE, visit pacecu.ca, follow @PACECU on Twitter, or find us on Facebook.

Michael Alexander

Payment Source provides alternative payment solutions to organizations of all sizes and has the solution for every retail environment including; POS terminals, PC applications, mobile apps and integrated solutions. Now Prepay, a Payment Source company, provides prepaid mobile top ups, gift cards and financial products and services to more than 15,000 retailers across Canada. Through the proprietary Loadhub® network, Payment Source provides secure, real-time in-person payments capability in every community across Canada. Loadhub is the best possible solution for customers of reloadable card programs, mobile wallets, and anyone else looking to load funds to an account or take one-time payments or collections.

Trevor Cook

Peoples Trust is a financial institution headquartered in Vancouver, B.C., with offices across Canada. The Company forms the foundation of Peoples Group and is active in originating and servicing mortgages, with over $8 billion in assets under administration. It offers very competitive deposit products and through its subsidiary Peoples Card Services, is a pioneer sponsor of prepaid and credit card programs in Canada, and a market leader in both reloadable and non-reloadable prepaid card products of Visa and MasterCard. For more information, visit peoplescardservices.com.

Karen Budahazy

Revolut was launched in July 2015 by former Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank investment bankers, Nik Storonsky and Vlad Yatsenko, as a digital alternative to the big banks. While the fintech initially drew in customers by letting them spend and transfer money abroad with the interbank exchange rate, the company has since attracted over 7 million customers in Europe with its spending overviews, budgeting controls, savings features and cryptocurrency exchange. To date, Revolut has raised approximately $340 million in investments, from notable venture capital firms including Index Ventures, Ribbit Capital, Balderton Capital and DST Global.

Shane Parkhill

Royal Bank of Canada is Canada’s largest bank, and one of the largest banks in the world, based on market capitalization. We are one of North America’s leading diversified financial services companies, and provide personal and commercial banking, wealth management, insurance, investor services and capital markets products and services on a global basis. We have approximately 80,000 full- and part-time employees who serve more than 16 million personal, business, public sector and institutional clients through offices in Canada, the U.S. and 35 other countries. For more information, please visit rbc.com.

Sam Paulos

SightSpan is a boutique advisory group with local and international expertise focused on risk management and security matters. SightSpan team members use their specialized skillsets to identify risks, measure risks, analyze the probability of a risk event occurring and design risk mitigation strategies. SightSpan offers risk management advisory services to financial services firms, including banks, brokers, MSBs, payments and prepaid card services groups, governments and organizations in need of short term, on demand, compliance and security expertise.Some of the largest financial institutions in the world rely on SightSpan experts and solutions to mitigate compliance risk and uncover financial crime around the globe. SightSpan also assists governments in keeping people safe in dangerous or higher risk situations, deals with threat financing, money laundering and general illicit financial activities and designs communications and training programs to better assist citizens. The SightSpan team is focused on its core set of services and expertise to provide the most value for each individual client. The firm has clear policies and repeatable methodologies to complete projects in a timely manner, with the focus always remaining on client goals, trust, effective communications and success. SightSpan is headquartered in North Carolina and with offices around the world.

John Walsh

Founded in 2009, Spring Card Systems, develops and manages innovative co-branded prepaid payment solutions in both Canada and the US. We make adding a co-branded payment solution to a client’s menu of products and services simple and affordable while giving consumers a new way to handle financial transactions. Spring Card Systems helps our partners offer unique products that are specifically tailored to their customer base which provide convenience, new sources of revenue, and increased customer retention. We are well positioned in the payments and mobile industries to serve as the single point of contact for our partners to establish the initial business case, gather requirements, utilize best implementation practices and implement monitoring controls to help decrease risk but increase customer retention and profitability.

David Linton

The Fletcher Group is the leading PR and marketing agency supporting the payments industry in North America. We specialize in serving growth industries that are influenced by trends in technology, commerce and consumer behavior. Our strong business acumen and writing skills allow us to create stories that connect with corporate and consumer audiences. We provide thoughtful PR and marketing solutions for several industries, including: fintech, payment, banking, mobile apps, retail and loyalty.

Jennifer Tramontana

The North West Company Inc., through its subsidiaries, is a leading retailer of food and everyday products and services to rural communities and urban neighbourhoods in Canada, Alaska, the South Pacific and the Caribbean. North West operates 236 stores under the trading names Northern, NorthMart, Giant Tiger, Alaska Commercial Company, Cost-U-Less and RiteWay Food Markets and has annualized sales of approximately CDN$1.8 billion.

Dan Bernaerdt

UnionPay International (UPI) is a subsidiary of China UnionPay focused on the growth and support of UnionPay’s global business. In partnership with more than 1500 institutions worldwide, UnionPay International has enabled card acceptance in 162 countries and regions with issuance in 42 countries and regions. UnionPay International provides high quality, cost effective and secure cross-border payment services to the world’s largest cardholder base and ensures convenient local services to a growing number of global UnionPay cardholders and merchants.

Grace Gu

Vancity Community Investment Bank is a values-based bank dedicated to building the social finance market in Canada. Our goal is to connect capital to enterprises that are building stronger, more sustainable communities, enabling depositors and investors to finance change. Vancity Community Investment Bank was launched based on the belief that companies have a responsibility to use their resources for positive change. Originally formed in 1997 as Citizen’s Bank, the bank is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Vancouver City Savings Credit Union (Vancity). For more than 70 years our parent, a financial co-operative, has been recognized for growing profits while building sustainable communities. The triple bottom line (people, planet and prosperity) approach of Vancity is the foundation for our work at the bank.

Darryl Gant

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