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BAI Payments Connect 2014
BAI Payments Connect 2014 brings you the insights, information, and personal connections you need to stay ahead in today's rapidly changing retail banking payment space.
Network with payments executives, refine your customer relationship strategy,
and discover the solutions, partnerships and processes you need to
generate new payment revenue streams.
Get Actionable Insights to Develop Customer Centric Payments Strategies
Network with more than 700 attendees
- Engage in conversations with senior banking executives
- Witness payments technology and business solutions demos at the Payments Innovation Track
- Capture the latest thinking on how digitization is transforming the payments industry at the new Digital Day
- Explore the latest in innovation with over 60 companies in the expo
Migrating Small Businesses to Electronic Payments
While many small businesses remain wedded to paper checks, banks should move now to offer them electronic alternatives, says BAI Payments Connect 2014 panelists.
From BAI Banking Strategies Daily
First Data hopes its support and sharing of Visa's common application identifier (AID) will end the stalemate in the U.S. payments industry over how to route EMV debit transactions.
Wells Fargo and HSBC Holdings have agreed to give refunds to possibly hundreds of thousands of borrowers for alleged insurance overcharges.
President Obama's budget reveals that the FHA has the flexibility to lower premiums, according to the Community Home Lenders Association.
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