The payments industry, across both consumers and businesses, continues to experience rapid change driven by new technologies, changing regulation, and evolving customer expectations. Traditional players (card issuers, payment networks, merchant acquirers and processors), as well as new players (eg, FinTech companies, large tech companies) and other stakeholders (eg., merchants, regulators, etc.) are adopting and adapting to these changes at ever greater speeds to minimize client friction and capture new opportunities.
If you are working in the payments industry, investing in this space, or just interested in the topic, and would like to connect or reconnect with fellow alumni whose expertise and interests are aligned with yours, then please join us for breakfast. Andrew Jamison, former head of B2B payments at American Express and CEO of a stealth mode and cutting edge company in the virtual card payment space, will kick off the breakfast with a brief introduction on changing business customer expectations around payments.
Tuesday, June 6th; 7:30 am to 8:30 am
MIT Sloan Alumni only
Ticket price includes a very generous breakfast.
Tickets are not refundable.
249 Park Avenue South (at 20th street; just north of Union Square)