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Money 20/20


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Money20/20 is the world's biggest, boldest and best event covering payments and financial services innovation for connected commerce at the intersection of mobile, retail, marketing services, data and technology. 

With 10,000+ attendees, including more than 1,000 CEOs, from 3,000 companies and 75 countries, expected at our 2016 U.S. event, Money20/20 is critical to realizing the vision of disruptive ways in which consumers and businesses manage, spend and borrow money.

Ripple President and COO Brad Garlinghouse will be speaking: https://www.money2020.com/sessions/leveraging-distributed-ledgers-to-enable-real-time-x-border-payment-networks

Ripple's Director of Business Development Wellington Sculley will also be speaking: https://www.money2020.com/sessions/part-2-one-click-buying-new-w3c-standards-for-web-payments


Leveraging Distributed Ledgers to Enable Real Time Cross-Border Payment Networks

8:30 - 9:20am Monday, Oct. 24

Palazzo Ballroom M,N,O - The Venetian Level 5

Global, Real-Time & X-Border Payments

Session Description

As new solutions emerge in the market to clear and settle cross-border payments for consumers and corporates in real-time, market adoption is heavily influenced by the breath and size of the network – the number of banks, corridors and currency pairs available to send and receive payments. What does it take to build and operate a real-time global payment network?  Should there be one or multiple networks?  Will networks be open to all participants or limited by membership? Hear from leading banks, high tech, and payment services providers leading the design, creation and management of payment networks to enable real-time cross-border intra-bank, consumer and corporate payments.

Panelists / Presenters

Sandeep Davé, Director, Global Digital Strategy, Citigroup

Colin Dinn, Chief Technology Officer, Siam Commercial Bank

Brad Garlinghouse, President & COO, Ripple

Jason Tiede, Managing Director & Head of Innovation, Global Transaction Services, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Deanne Keetelaar, GM Payments, National Australia Bank

Frank Boberach, Head of Product Management & Vice Division Manager Sales Management, ReiseBank


Swee-May Ngeow, Managing Director, Accenture


Part 2 – One-Click Buying: New W3C Standards for Web Payments

4:25 - 4:50pm, Tuesday, Oct. 25

San Polo, The Venetian Level 3

Next Gen Retail & Commerce

Session Description

What if one-click payments were possible on every Web site? Today, completing an online purchase is all too often complex and tedious, especially on mobile devices, contributing to shopping cart abandonment. Is it possible to develop and implement an open global standard for seamless e-commerce? At the World Wide Web Consortium, browser vendors, merchants, card networks, payment service providers, banks and other industry stakeholders are working together to make “one-click” everywhere a reality. In this session, learn about the new user experience enabled by the standards, as well as how W3C’s broader agenda will help create new opportunities and make e-commerce easier and more secure.

Panelists / Presenters

Ian Jacobs, Head of Payments, World Wide Web Consortium

Jason Normore, Director of Engineering, Shopify

Wellington Sculley, Director, Business Development, Ripple


David Birch, Director of Innovation, Consult Hyperion



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