Webinar: Top Payment Trends to Watch in 2022
2021/11/03 14:00:00 - 15:00 EDT (18:00 GMT, 19:00 CET)
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As 2021 comes to a close, it’s time to reflect on the year and what we can expect in 2022 for payments. COVID-19 has accelerated digital transformation and impacted (and still is) the payments industry tremendously. This, alongside the rise of real-time payments, means that consumers and businesses continue to experience a great deal of change in how they pay and are paid.
On Wednesday, November 3 at 2:00 p.m. ET, join Mercator Advisory Group and Alacriti for a discussion about what payments trends are anticipated in 2022. The webinar will also cover:
A review of the changes caused by COVID-19 and what we can expect to continue in 2022
What a modern payments experience looks like in other countries, and what we can expect to make it to the U.S.
What transaction volumes for real-time payments and faster payments overall will look like
The significance of API-driven architecture, microservices, and ISO 20022 standards
More on digital wallets, digital banks, and frictionless payments
Recommendations on preparing for next year
Sarah Grotta, Director, Debit and Alternative Products Advisory Service at Mercator Advisory Group
Sarah’s professional credentials include over 20 years of broad payments and banking experience with a track record of new product innovation. Her experience includes senior leadership positions in a mix of large financial institutions and fast-paced startups including KeyBank, SunTrust, Springbok and DimpleDough in addition to managing her own consulting firm.
Al Griffin, Principal Solutions Consultant/Product Manager, Alacriti
Al’s professional credentials include over 20 years in the banking industry focusing on wholesale and retail payments, commercial and small business banking and the Real Time Payments evolution. His experience has been key product management, SME and sales support positions for Finastra ACI Worldwide and Alacriti.