IMTC USA is just around the corner, and this year’s show has a strong agenda that focuses on how the money transfer industry can use technology to improve. The sessions will discuss how particular technologies can be integrated into the operations of Money Service Businesses (MSB) to:
With One World Identity’s K(NO)W Identity Conference just around the corner, you must be preparing to attend the conference, checking the agenda, the speakers, and the sponsors, so you can plan and make the most of it. To help you a little bit with your time management, here is a list of the absolute can’t miss sessions. This list is not by any means exhaustive, every session was well planned and thought of.
ACAMS Florida just had three days of Anti-Money Laundering discussion for small and large institutions, law enforcement, and regulators. Listed below are the highlights of Day One, including what regulatory agencies are looking for, why de-risking isn't going away, how algorithms can make your life better, and how Law Enforcement, NGO’s and Financial Institutions (FI’s) can work together to better prevent money laundering.
We are about a month removed from the LendIt USA 2016 conference at the Marriott Marquis in San Francisco, which had some sessions predicting the upcoming golden age of marketplace lending, while others declared “the honeymoon is over.”
The truth, as it tends to be, may be somewhere in the middle. Regardless of your personal outlook on the industry, there are some undeniable truths regarding the lending industry as it stands today.
This year’s Consensus Conference looks to be the biggest Bitcoin and Blockchain conference of the year. The agenda has two tracks, one for business and the other for technology + policy. Plus, the lineup is AMAZING! There are great sessions here.
The upcoming Lendit Conference, April 11-12, has a very well thought out agenda covering all the essential items for starting a company, growing a company, and dealing with a suddenly large company. This conference also has a stacked deck of speakers who know what it’s like to grow something, as well as have something fail to grow as expected.
This year's International Money Transfer & Payments Conferences (IMTC) provided three days of learning and discussion at the Las Vegas Westin. The show provided some great insight into the current state of the money transmitter industry, and hosted a variety of interesting sessions from US and International companies. We've summarized our highlights from the conference below.
MRC Vegas 2016 provided some excellent discussions on the state of fraud and the ecommerce industry over all. We were in and out of the conference, meeting with clients, friends, and contacts throughout the industry, but MRC is an excellent resource, and we made sure to catch as many panels and sessions as possible.
A few themes stood out this year, and we've summarized the conference below into seven stand out quotes- along with the speakers, their sessions, and descriptions below.
In our Vendor Spotlight at MAC 2016, Jose Caldera, IdentityMind VP of Marketing & Product, presented a collection of use cases and examples of how IdentityMind clients are applying our platform for merchant risk, fraud prevention, anti-money laundering, and terrorist financing prevention.
The session provided a great introduction to the benefits of our platform, and we've provided a synopsis of it here for those who missed the session, or were curious for more information.