payCLT 12/2: Payments 2016 Year-In-Review & 2017 Projections of What is to Come
A NOTE ON LOCATION: this event will be held on the Second floor of Packard Place in Suite 200!
HQC expects renovations may still be in progress on 12/2 – so we will need to move to the 2nd Main Floor Suite, previously the old rFactr Suite.
Directions: From the “Garage”-- head down the main hall and taking the stairs/elevator to the 2nd floor - the suite begins at the 2nd floor landing!
Payments: 2016 Year-In-Review & 2017 Projections of What is to Come with LEVVEL Payments Practice
LEVVEL will be presenting 2016 Payments-Year-in-Review at Packard Place + a teaser of what we might look for in 2017. If you’ve ignored payments all year, this would be your Cliff’s Notes to catch-up and sound smart. If you’ve followed all year, this will take you over the edge in your expertise and set you up for a stellar 2017. Don’t miss it.
Save an extra 30 minutes (if coming in-person) to mix and mingle with all your PayCLT friends!
About the speakers:
Payments Practice Lead
Scott Harkey leads the Payment Practice at Levvel where he manages the payments efforts with a number of US, UK, and Canadian banks, digital wallets, TSMs, Acquirers and startups on digital payment strategy, technical architecture, and custom digital payment application development efforts. Prior to joining Levvel, Scott was a Technology Executive at Bank of America managing the banks Digital Wallet efforts.
Greg is a Senior Consultant in the Payments Practice at Levvel where he is responsible for leading client engagements and building relationships with customers ranging from top-10 banks to payments enablers to start-ups. Prior to Levvel, Greg spent 7 years at Bank of America, most recently leading business-efforts in the launch of Apple Pay, Android Pay and Samsung Pay. Prior to Bank of America, Greg held a variety of financial services roles at eSpeed / Cantor Fitzgerald and Reuters. Greg holds an M.B.A. from the Darden School at the University of Virginia and a B.S. from the College of William and Mary.
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