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10 sessions for Money20/20

Ten Money20/20 Sessions for Compliance Officers in Fintech

10 sessions for Money20/20

Are you attending Money20/20 in Las Vegas? Are you in compliance and wondering what sessions to attend? There are over 150 sessions on numerous topics at the “world’s biggest, boldest and best event covering payments and financial services innovation for connected commerce at the intersection of mobile, retail, marketing services, data and technology.” How do you choose? Trulioo narrows it down to ten that are can’t miss to help you make the most of your time.

#1) Perspectives from U.S. and U.K. Regulators: Can Governments Encourage FinTech Innovation?

Sunday 1:00 – 1:50pm, San Polo, The Venetian Level 3 — Legal & Regulatory: Business Issues

Many have pointed to the burdens of complying with state and federal laws as a significant hindrance to FinTech innovation. But how are regulators working to support and educate entrepreneurs? In this session, representatives from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) in the U.S. and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in the U.K. will discuss the programs and approaches each are implementing to empower FinTech startups and promote consumer-friendly innovation.

#2) Cybersecurity, Organized Crime & Other Evolving Threats to the Global Financial Marketplace

Sunday 1:00 – 1:50pm, Murano, The Venetian Level 3 — Legal & Regulatory: Risk & Compliance

Businesses and governments are being targeted by cybercriminals partnering to pull off ever more complex and catastrophic attacks. It’s critical that the good guys actively collaborate to battle the ever growing threat vectors in cyber, AML, and terrorist finance. In this session, learn about the threats and potential solutions from the organizations and financial executives that are fostering this collaboration.

#3) RegTech: Addressing Regulatory Challenges with Automation & Advanced Data Analytics

Sunday 2:00 – 2:50pm Murano, The Venetian Level — Legal & Regulatory: Risk & Compliance

Regulatory compliance is one of the most time and resource consuming activities for financial institutions. An emerging group of companies are helping FIs to more efficiently comply with regulatory requirements by harnessing new technologies such as cloud computing, machine learning and blockchain. In this session, learn why “RegTech” is the next big thing from the perspective of regulatory experts, financial institutions and solution providers.

Trulioo’s CEO & Founder, Stephen Ufford, is on the panel and it promises to be an exciting and revelatory discussion.

#4) The Implications of Regulation & Self-Regulation For Online & Marketplace Lenders

Sunday 3:10 – 4:00pm, Murano, The Venetian Level 3 — Legal & Regulatory: Risk & Compliance

As the alternative lending industry matures, online and marketplace lenders have faced challenges and regulators have taken notice. In response, new trade organizations have formed with the mission of moving the industry forward in a manner that protects both borrowers and investors. This panel of innovators, advocates and regulatory experts debate the future for alternative lending, including how government (and the industry itself) can foster the good while blocking the bad.

#5) Disrupting Dinosaurs & Other FinTech Unicorn Tricks

Sunday 3:10pm – 4:35pm, Lando, The Venetian Level 4 — Sunday Spotlights

Big banks have held the power over the past millennium. With the rise of the app economy, millennials and first-time credit users around the world, the need for simplified, more accessible banking and financial solutions has never been higher. Will FinTech startups continue to rise? How might they collaborate with big banks? Will VCs continue to invest? In this session, hear Dave McClure, Founding Partner of 500 Startups. and Kenneth Lin, CEO & Founder of Credit Karma, discuss this and more.

#6) Balancing Blockchain Public Policy: Thoughtful Regulation Without Stifling Innovation

Sunday 4:10 – 5:00pm, Murano, The Venetian Level 3 — Legal & Regulatory: Risk & Compliance

In only a few short years, a technology that began as an alternative digital currency has managed to capture the imaginations of thousands of innovators and investors around the globe. This session will explore the public policy landscape for blockchain tech, including the key question of how regulators and operators can balance the fine line between protecting consumers and stifling innovation.

#7) Impact of U.S. Presidential Election on the Financial Services Regulatory Landscape

Sunday 4:10 – 5:00pm, San Polo, The Venetian Level 3 — Legal & Regulatory: Business Issues

After one of the most remarkable and unpredictable campaign cycles in modern political history, U.S. citizens will soon elect a new President. Although this election season has sometimes centered more on issues of character than policy differences, elections have consequences, particularly in highly regulated industries like financial services. This panel of veteran policy makers and Washington insiders will break down the impact on financial services innovation of upcoming changes at the White House, in Congress, and, over time, the Supreme Court.

#8) Solving the Identity Fraud Problem in Financial Services & the Case for the Insured Internet

Monday 9:30 – 10:20am, Murano, The Venetian Level 3 — Risk, Security & Fraud

Today’s Internet is broken. Identity fraud costs businesses millions a year and new data breaches are announced daily, sometimes causing panic and major stock market losses. Cybersecurity has always been about defending against the unknown and the unknown is growing in power by the minute. In this session, a panel of cybersecurity experts will provide real world examples of the darkest corners of the Internet, discuss how to fight cybercriminals and showcase the need for a secure, insured Internet.

#9) Mobile Identity: Enabling Secure Commerce in an Internet-Connected World

Monday 11:40am-12:15pm, Murano, The Venetian Level 3 — Risk, Security & Fraud

Mobile operators hold tremendous assets to enable secure payments and commerce, particularly as transactions are increasingly online and mobile-driven. In this session, hear directly from leading mobile operators on new approaches they are taking to unlock the potential of mobile infrastructure to enable game-changing capabilities for identity, security, payments and commerce.

#10) Game Changers: Payoneer Globalizes B2B Payments

Tuesday 4:20 – 4:30pm, Palazzo Ballroom J,K,L, The Venetian Level 5 — Demos & Announcements

As business has become more global, B2B payments have not kept pace. Cross-border B2B transactions were analog, manual, and incredibly complex. Until now. In this presentation, Payoneer’s CEO Scott Galit shows how they’re changing the game for B2B payments with a host of newly-announced services and partnerships that make it easier than ever to accept payments, file taxes, remain compliant, and grow all over the world.

We hope you find these sessions interesting, informative and valuable. Between sessions, drop by Trulioo’s booth #2234 and chat with us about compliance, identity, RegTech and other Money20/20 topics. We look forward to seeing you there!

Disclaimer: Trulioo provides no warranty that the information contained in this document is accurate, up to date or complete and in no circumstance does such information constitute legal advice. Any person who intends to rely upon or use the information contained herein in any way is solely responsible for independently verifying the information and obtaining independent expert advice if required.

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