Duncan Douglass spoke on the panel, "Payments Regulations from the Corporate Perspective," during this conference hosted by NACHA. As new payment transaction types and technologies are introduced, the web of rules and regulations governing the corporate organizations accepting these payment types and employing these payment technologies becomes more tangled and complex. It is critical to understand the regulatory framework associated with the underlying payment instrument (credit/debit card, check or ACH) and acceptance method in order to minimize compliance risk for organizations. This panel provided a review of the major payment systems rules and regulations, with particular emphasis on the rules and regulations that create the greatest compliance burdens for corporate practitioners.
The Payments Systems '09 conference addressed how the economic upheaval is driving significant changes to the financial world as well as the payments industry. Working harder and more efficiently is more important than ever, and education, networking and training are paramount for future success. The time is now to evaluate overall strategic plans to address the major shifts in today’s financial and payments industries.
April 5-8, 2009
Orlando World Center Marriott / Orlando, FL