Payments Compliance Think Tank
What is it about?
As part of our 25th year celebration, we are introducing the Payments Compliance Think Tank; a board style, intimate but intense, gathering to address how the industry is evolving and the next frontier for payments.
Fintech has opened the door to payments modernization but embracing innovation is not without its risks. Regulators and Financial Institutions must navigate this new world of real-time payments and data rich transactions through the lens of cyber security and privacy protection.
The time to establish strategies to minimize the risks and maximize the rewards of emerging payments systems is now.
The Canadian Institute is proud to present an intensive one-day Payments Compliance Think Tank to help compliance teams generate those very strategies. This interactive, boardroom-style event will cut to the heart of the big questions facing compliance teams heading into 2020.
TOP REASONS TO ATTEND:
- Understanding how to operationalize amendments to PCMLTFA regulations on Virtual Currency & Prepaid Cards
- Forecasting next steps for Open Banking in Canada from a regulatory perspective
- Demystifying AI for FI: How to fight fraud in the era of real-time payments
- Identifying payment card security risks and preparing a breach response
Thursday, November 28, 2019
Registration Opens & Refreshments are Served
Opening Remarks from the Chair
Understanding the Impact of the Payments Canada Modernization Initiative
Refresher on Sanctions Screening and Transactions Monitoring
Head of Sanctions
Analyzing How PCMLTFA Amendments Address Virtual Currency & Prepaid Cards
Dr. Daniel Leslie
Norton Rose Fulbright
Establishing a Payments Compliance Regime to Meet Security Standards and Privacy Requirements
Innovation and Emerging Technology Risk
Setting the Scope for the Open Banking Payment Model
Former COO of Payments Canada
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
Fraud Busting: Preparing for Real-Time Payments using AI
Real-time payment solutions are increasingly being adopted for consumer convenience and competitive-edge, but moving money faster comes with risks. The lack of lag time can make fraud and money laundering activity more difficult to detect. Fintech innovations in AI and machine learning hold the potential to mitigate regulatory and compliance related risk.
Closing Remarks from the Chair