Considering public health concerns regarding the progression of COVID-19, we have decided to postpone the 2020 CPPO Prepaid Symposium to a later date. While the Canadian situation is still considered low risk, we feel this is the best option to prioritize the safety of all our attendees and mitigate any exposure to risks. We are currently in the process of securing a new date for the Symposium, which will be communicated in due course.
Thank you to our members, sponsors, speakers and delegates for supporting the 2020 Prepaid Symposium. We look forward to seeing you later this year. Please reach out if you have any questions or concerns.
Leading the Transformation to Digital Banking
Evolution of the Prepaid Brand: From Underbanked to Challenger Bank
Get a better understanding of how prepaid platforms—in Canada and globally—are being used as a foundation for innovation, enabling firms to bring new and innovative solutions to market.
Balancing Payments Innovation and Security: Managing the Tension
Its no secret that Canada is at cross-roads with respect to adopting paytech innovation while balancing safety and security. Don’t miss this exclusive and candid discussion with regulators, policymakers, operators and the Canadian paytech industry.
Canada’s Challenger Banks: Adoption and Beyond
The evolution of financial products is fuelled by consumer desire for immediacy, seamless experiences and personalization. Hear directly from Canada’s challenger banks—who have emerged to fill this demand—about regulatory challenges, latest innovations and how they plan to monetize their platforms.
How B2B Payments are Taking Advantage of APIs & BaaS
This session explores how fintech has penetrated digital B2B payment solutions with user-friendly APIs and banking as a service applications (BaaS).
The Future of Platform Payments
Payments are becoming less visible and embedded, transforming the modern payment experience. Hear from the most leading platform brands about the future of payments.
Payments and Customer Engagement in the Digital Era
As the ways in which FIs serve and communicate with customers have evolved in line with consumer adoption of digital technologies, this session explores how to leverage innovation in the the digital era to enhance customer engagement.
Rebranding Prepaid Technology in 2020 and Beyond
The modern prepaid industry is core to the digital banking transformation worldwide, so it is time to bury the idea that prepaid is a niche play and to embrace the potential of this powerful technology platform through an interactive workshop hosted by Fintech Venture Studio.
Canadian Prepaid Tech Heat Map
Fintech Growth Syndicate shares research findings about the innovative offerings under development today and where Canada can lead tomorrow.
FOUNDER AND CEO
The first global modern card issuing platform, Marqeta, has been transformative in helping the most recognized fintech companies introduce powerful and compelling offerings to market that redefine our expectation of what a traditional card can do. Their innovation has spurred countless opportunities for forward-thinking organizations to open up new revenue streams and improve customer engagement via payments. Our keynote speaker takes a deep dive into how new technology has redefined the modern payment experience, drawing on industry defining applications of the Marqeta platform that have pushed the boundaries of what a card can do, as well as talking about how the global digitization of payments is disrupting industries of all stripes.
FINANCIAL VENTURE STUDIO
BERKELEY PAYMENT SOLUTIONS
CHIEF PRODUCT OFFICER
FINTECH GROWTH SYNDICATE
CEO & FOUNDER
CHIEF LEGAL OFFICER & VP OF POLICY & RESEARCH
Senator Colin Deacon
SENATE OF CANADA
PRODUCT MANAGER, DIGITAL SOLUTIONS
CHIEF PRODUCT OFFICER
DIRECTOR, DIGITAL PAYMENTS & LABS
PAYTECHS OF CANADA
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT
BMO FINANCIAL GROUP
HEAD OF DIGITAL PRODUCT MANAGEMENT
BANK OF CANADA
ADVISOR TO THE GOVERNOR
HEAD OF CANADIAN OPERATIONS
VP OF STRATEGY FOR CARDS, PAYMENTS & BANKING
BLAKE, CASSELS & GRAYDON LLP
VP, SENIOR BUSINESS LEADER, PUBLIC POLICY – CANADA
SENIOR MANAGER, REGULATORY OPERATIONS