Global payment enablement platform NMI is set to deliver a webinar aimed at payment providers, which will tell them everything they need to know about the prospect of increased liability in the industry.
The webinar will take place on Monday 6 March 2023 at 12pm EST (5pm London; 9am San Francisco). NMI will explore how regulations in Washington DC can affect the business of ISOs, merchants and other payment providers; explain why, under the new rules, ISOs will be on the hook if their merchants commit fraud; and examine the latest fraud detection and product development opportunities available in the market.
You can save your seat today to ensure you don't miss out on this valuable thought leadership webinar.
Register now: Navigating the regulatory environment: how payment providers can prepare for increased liability in the industry
About the speakers
Scott is SVP Government Affairs at the Electronic Transactions Association (ETA)
where he's responsible for its governmental strategies and directing ETA’s policy and advocacy efforts. A decorated industry executive, Talbott has over twenty years of experience advocating for the financial services and fintech industries.
Darryl is Director of Product Management at Agreement Express
. With a focus on risk underwriting automation and over a decade of experience in fintech and payments, he has developed a reputation for delivering innovative solutions that streamline processes and improve risk assessment accuracy. Darryl’s expertise in the payments industry, including data analytics, and process improvement, has made him a sought-after advisor for organisations looking to stay ahead of the curve in risk underwriting automation and fraud detection.
Neil is Managing Editor at Bizclik, the publisher of FinTech Magazine
. He brings two decades' worth of experience in regional and national media, particularly within the broadcast segment. He is also an experienced live host and facilitator of both in-person and online, including the series FinTech LIVE
. Alongside his media work he regularly works to help train the next generation of broadcast journalists.