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What new technologies and products will fundamentally change the way we interact with the payments system? | CD Howe Conference Toronto

There is a payments conference on this week in Toronto, and its asking the right question about the future;  What new technologies and products will fundamentally change the way we interact with the payments system? 

I would go further and add to “technologies and products”, what companies, e.g. Stripe.  Only by looking at examples will the participants start to see the true potential for change.

The Canadian Payments System: Ensuring Stability, Increasing Efficiency and Balancing Interests

Session VI – Innovations, Implications, and Next Steps for the Payments Sector

  • Innovations: What new technologies and products will fundamentally change the way we interact with the payments system?
  • Implications: What are the possible implications of new technologies? How can/will the payments sector evolve with these new products?
  • New Regulatory Approach/Issues: What are the largest challenges that will be faced by the payments sector moving forward? How can these challenges be addressed, and how can regulation evolve to assist both the regulator, regulated, and the consumer?
  • Speakers: 
  • Darrell MacMullin, Managing Director – Canada, PayPal
  • Jeremy Rudin, Assistant Deputy Minister, Department of Finance

Written by Colin Henderson

November 3, 2013 at 00:13

Posted in Uncategorized

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