- 6/22/2017 ‒ 6/23/2017 | Washington, D.C.
ABA is launching the ABA Payments Forum, a unique event developed specifically to address banker challenges and opportunities related to payments. The event will gather some of the best minds in the industry, including fintech representatives, bankers, industry partners and regulators. Attend to hear how you can create a realistic and effective payments strategy for your organization.
Attend the following sessions to hear from Fiserv leaders:
The Future of Core Processing in a Decentralized World
Thursday, June 22
10:45 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.
Fiserv senior vice president, Business Development, Bank Solutions, John Macaluso, will be on a panel discussing how banks rely on core processors to manage transactions related to payments, deposits, loans and maintaining customer records. Changes to core processor relationships can be expensive and time consuming; bank leaders need to make a studied analysis to determine what is right for their institutions.
Open API Implications and Opportunities for U.S. Banks
Thursday, June 22
1:15 p.m. – 2:15 p.m.
Fiserv chief technology officer, Mark West, will be on a panel answering questions such as: Can success stories such as Amazon and Android, which are based on a platform strategy that allows third parties to co-create value for consumers, be replicated in banking? Should they be? Open APIs make it possible for third parties to build services that leverage a bank's data and infrastructure. What considerations should be top of mind for banks as they consider their strategy? The EU Directive (PSD2) that goes into effect in 2018 will fundamentally change the dynamics governing access to consumer financial data throughout the EU. In what ways is this expected to influence trends in the U.S.?