2019 PREPAID SYMPOSIUM
DRIVING PAYTECH INNOVATION
MAY 13, 2019 / TORONTO
The annual CPPO Prepaid Symposium is the premier event for anyone working in the prepaid industry or looking to better understand one of the fastest-growing payment products in North America.
On May 13, join senior-level peers for expert presentations and workshops in Toronto to help shape your programs and the future of prepaid in Canada.
Toronto Region Board of Trade
77 Adelaide Street West
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Payments innovation lead
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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
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ONTARIO DIGITAL SERVICE
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2019 CPPO Prepaid Symposium Agenda
Prepaid as a capability
Once thought of as a niche product to fill gaps in the payments system, prepaid has proven its value as a key foundation for innovation. A live panel will present case studies that show how prepaid rails can be used to expand the possibilities for payments in Canada.
Evolving consumer prepaid; new people and products
Attend this deep dive session to learn more about the evolution of prepaid beyond its traditional offerings and into a suite of competitive digital banking services.
Driving Customer Demand
This panel of disruptive fintech companies will explore new and innovative ways to get products in consumers’ hands.
Competing in loyalty programs
Do the economics of loyalty programs work with prepaid? This panel will explore how new applications are driving loyalty.
AI-based digital identity solutions
Experts will discuss the promise of AI-based digital identity solutions in enabling seamless customer acquisition and enhanced fraud mitigation and the challenges of implementation in the highly-regulated financial services environments.
The real-time rail: Threat or opportunity?
This panel will discuss the current state of the real-time rail and how new entrants will change the payments landscape and customer expectations.
How SMBs are competing in the world of modern commerce
Learn more about how SMBs are levelling the playing field by removing barriers to entry such as cost and complexity and allowing for creative ways to sell through rewards, loyalty programs and customer experiences that seamlessly blend in-store and digital commerce.
Bank innovation incubators
What’s happening at Canada’s bank innovation incubators? Hear directly from the source.
New Payments Research
Get a first look at a new study that has quantified the impact of the prepaid industry as a driver of innovation, economic development and positive social change.
Attendees can pick two workshops to attend in the afternoon. These workshops will be hosted by experts with an opportunity for group discussion and questions.
- Merging banking and payments with securities and investing. How can this work in the Canadian market?
- Updates on Canada’s regulatory framework for prepaid, payments and fintech, followed by Q&As.