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Why the World Needs a Better Global Money Movement Network
Global Head of Visa Direct, Ruben Salazar Genovez, is here to chat about the challenges associated with building a worldwide money movement network.
En Route to Real-Time: Moving Money from Me to Me
Visa Direct’s Nicole Stiller and Step’s Horacio Diaz Adda talk about making account-to-account transfers simple and fast for a tech-savvy generation.
Sending Money Home: Remittances in an Instant World
Breno Andrade and Enrique Perezalonso discuss the unique needs of those who rely on remittances and the innovations being developed to address them.
Expressway to Payday: Earned Wage Access
Mike West, Paul Simpson, and Nick Newman discuss the latest developments in wage access that help employers pay their employees fast.
From Local to Global: Building a Borderless Network for Banks
Norman Butler and Parikshit Bhattacharya reveal the infrastructure needed to move money across borders at the scale and speed we’ve come to expect.
A Changing Landscape: Transforming P2P with the Visa Alias Directory
Serge Elkiner and Lucho Torres discuss the security concerns of mobile payment services and the innovations that are helping increase security in money movement.
When Money Travels without Permission: Fraud Protection and Security
Sue Onians, VP of Visa Direct Ecosystem and Risk, speaks about the growth of financial fraud in the digital age and keeping your personal data safe.
Frequent Flyers: The Microtisation of Remittances
Join Deepan Dagur and Aswin Phlaphongphanich for a deeper look at global remittances in Asia Pacific.
A Borderless World: Cross-Border Money Movement
Join Richard Meszaros and Robert Clayton to examine the growing list of reasons why companies need better cross-border money movement solutions.
Fintechs: Money’s Superhighway
Anastasia Serikova and Stergios Tsalis explore some of the enablers of the FinTech revolution and the resulting disruption of traditional financial services.
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