Content Tag: prepaid

Fintech challenger banks using prepaid’s flexible technology as a platform for innovative consumer banking solutions drove growth  

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

CPPO's Executive Director, Jennifer Tramontana, joined a panel discussion with Payments Canada to talk about women leading change in the payments industry. Jennifer Tramontana discussed how the payments industry is being shaped by women, diversity, innovation and modernization, alongside nanopay’s Elena Litani and AscendantFX’s Shemina Jiwani, and what opportunities will be available for girls.

 The third payments study by Canadian Prepaid Providers Organization (CPPO) reveals a 14 percent growth in digital, mobile and prepaid payments over the past two years

Galileo, Netspend, Spring Card Systems, Stack, and Vancity Community Investment Bank join membership

One-day educational event will explore critical topics in the evolution of payments with a focus on prepaid as a core capability

Prepaid solutions have evolved beyond a niche product that fills a gap in the current payments system. Today, prepaid has emerged into a core capability in payment and financial technology and continues to prove its usefulness as a financial mechanism and profit driver for the 21stcentury economy and many of the leading innovators. That being said, prepaid technology needs to be empowered further in Canada to grow in various areas so that it can catch up with global developments. 

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