Content and conversation at Money20/20

Visa talks fintech, security, small business and more at one of the world’s largest payments events

October 24, 2019, 12:59 PM Eastern Time

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Money20/20 is a major gathering celebrating payments and financial services innovation for connected commerce. It brings together thousands of professionals from the worlds of mobile, retail, marketing services, data and technology to network and share ideas.

Visa is proud to be a part of the conversation, with leaders from key areas of our business discussing the latest topics that impact the future of payments and commerce.

Read on for background on Visa at Money2020.

 

The Emergence of Latin American FinTech

Last year, venture capital-backed fintechs raised a record $39.6 billion from investors globally, and Latin America is a hotbed of opportunity —both for new innovations in payments and for new investments in startups building the “next big thing.” Learn how working with fintechs is critical to the future of commerce — and Visa’s vision to connect the world through the most innovative, reliable and secure payment network.

Visa speaker: Arnoldo Reyes, VP and Head of Business Development and Partnerships, Fintech and Ventures
Sunday, October 27, 3:45 – 4:15 p.m.

 

Payments as a driver of small business democratization

According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, more than 30 million small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) in America employ 47.5 percent of the private workforce, and more than half regularly use credit cards to run their businesses. But as new ways to pay and move money come online, small businesses need to evolve to serve customers and stay competitive. This session brings together thought leaders from technology and payments industries to discuss the future of this important sector.

Visa Speaker: David Simon SVP, Head of Global SME Business
Monday, October 28, 3:15 – 3:45 p.m.

 

Cybersecurity — That was then, this is now

The old stereotype of the “hacker in the hoodie” is, well an old stereotype. Today’s cyber criminals are sophisticated in their capabilities and funding, often backed by nation states who use advanced analytics and processing power to target merchants and financial institutions. Learn how organizations take a more proactive, top-down approach to prevent compromises and fraud attacks before they happen.

Visa speaker: Tia Ilori, Senior Director, Global Fraud and Breach Investigations
Tuesday, October 29, 11:35 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.