Cliff Stanford, Rich Willis and Duncan Douglass participated in this conference sponsored by Law Seminars International (LSI). Cliff Stanford served as the Program co-chair. The LSI conference program addressed various business models and platforms for mobile payments, state and federal banking and financial services regulation and their application to mobile payments, the international experience, privacy and data security, the regulator perspective, and offer varying viewpoints from the participants and supervisors of these systems.
Rich Willis was part of the panel presentation, "Lessons From Around the World: How Do Regulatory and Business Ecosystems Facilitate or Hamper Development of Mobile Payment Systems Abroad?" May 17, 10:30am - 12:00pm. This presentation discussed the regulatory and business environments in key markets abroad and offer perspectives on the implementation of mobile-enabled payments in those markets, and offer lessons for the U.S.
Duncan Douglass was part of the panel presentation, "Payment Network Adaptations to Emerging Payments Models: Opportunities and Risks," May 17, 3:30pm - 5:00pm. This presentation covered the following topics.
- Payment networks as the "rails" upon which payment transactions ride for clearing and settlement
- How adaptations and new rules are altering the payment system landscape
- The risk of unintended consequences for the development of emerging payments models
May 17-18, 2012
Westin Peachtree Plaza Hotel / Atlanta, GA