This digital payment training program will examines the current state of the payments industry - from the complexity of the current payments landscape, the growing range of bank and non-bank participants, the ever-increasing range of payments methods, interfaces and systems, open banking, regulation and the future payments scene.
Why Should You Attend:
The aim of this webinar is to provide a comprehensive understanding of today’s payments infrastructures together with a considered view as to where the payments industry is heading.
Technology, innovations and new participants have changed payments forever. The pace of change is ever accelerating. What was big, bright and new yesterday is old-hat today.
Banks, non-banks and even big tech are all vying for a dominant position in this critical field, which lies at the heart of all activities that involve a payment. Regulators too have joined in the fray.
So, what does the future hold? Join us and find out.
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Who Will Benefit:
Physical CD-DVD of recorded session will be despatched after 72 hrs on completion of payment
Recorded video session
Stanley is a Principal Associate and Director of Citadel Advantage Ltd., Since 2001 Citadel Advantage has been working with banks and financial institutions to make them safer and more profitable, through consulting and training, specifically in the key areas of Governance, Risk Management and Compliance.
Stanley has over 40 years of banking and IT experience, 33 of which were with the Standard Bank of South Africa where during the 1990s he filled an industry level role holding several key positions including that of Chairman of the PASA Risk Committee. He also represented South Africa at two sessions, in New York, of UNCITRAL (the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law).
He holds a Master Degree in Economics and a Bachelor of Commerce (BCom.) degree, both from the University of South Africa, Pretoria.
Stanley has had extensive exposure to banking practice and banking operations in a number of countries including the USA, United Kingdom, South Africa, Israel, Europe and Australia. He has also acted as advisor to a number of central banks on payment systems, oversight, policy and payments risk issues.
More recently, he spent time in the high-tech sector as a payment systems designer and consultant to a global payments software developer