Summer 2022 Virtual Meeting


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U.S. Payments Forum Summer Virtual Meeting – July 2022

The U.S. Payments Forum July 2022 meeting will be held over a three-day period. The Virtual Meeting sessions will be held July 19 – 21, 2022.

The meeting is open to U.S. Payments Forum members and approved registered non-members. As stipulated in the Forum bylaws, member organizations will be allowed a maximum number of participants to attend at no charge based on their level of membership. For virtual meetings, the Forum offers members an increased number of member passes based on the levels of membership.

Additional passes are available for members for a fee (see below). Member organizations who wish to add additional participants to attend the virtual member meeting sessions can pay $150 (early registration until July 5) or $250 (regular registration) for each additional person.

For organizations who are not Forum members, please visit for further details about the U.S. Payments Forum and information about becoming a member. Non-member organizations who wish to attend the virtual member meeting sessions can pay $250 (early registration until July 5 or $300 (regular registration) for each person.

* Media and analysts are not eligible to attend the meeting
Association and Associate Member level limit of 2 member passes
General and Government Member level limit of 5 member passes
Global Payments Brand level limit of 25 member passes
Principal Member level limit of 10 member passes

July Virtual Meeting Agenda

July 19-21, 2022 – Plenary Sessions, SIGs, Education Panels/Sessions

Day One/Tuesday, July 19, 2022 Day Two/Wednesday, July 20, 2022 Day Three/Thursday, July 21, 2022
OPENING – Day Preview
10:30 – 10:40 MT
Day One Preview
Jason Bohrer, U.S. Payments Forum
OPENING – Day Preview
10:30 – 10:40 MT
Day Two Preview
Deb Ferril, U.S. Payments Forum
Day Three Preview
Jason Bohrer, U.S. Payments Forum
SESSION 1: 10:50-11:20 AM MT
Keynote: “Always On” Issuer and Merchant Engagement
Matt Bringewatt, Executive Director, Technology Media and Telecommunications, Client Relations, J.P. Morgan
  **USPF Members Only Session**
SESSION 110:40-11:30 AM MT
Live, interactive roundtables/panels or keynotes (webinar format)
Roundtable: Stakeholder Report -- Merchants/Issuers/ Acquirers
Panelists: Wendi Tate, USPS; Bob Durham, Lowe’s; Nancy Morgan, Kroger; Chris Roberts, Wells Fargo; Roberto Cardenas, Global Payments; Steve Mathison, Fiserv
**USPF Members Only Session**
Roundtable: Stakeholder Report – Payment Networks
Panelists: Preeti Kanwal, American Express; Brett Chemaly, Discover; Berke Baydu, Mastercard; Simon Hurry, Visa; Tom Pouliot, UnionPay; Linda Horwath, JCB; Lillie Platko, FIS; Ann Morsch, AFFN; Scott Green, SHAZAM; Jennifer Schroeder, Pulse
**USPF Members Only Session**
BREAK: 11:20-11:30 AM MT
BREAK: 11:30-11:45 AM MT
SESSION 2: 11:30-1:30 MT
Two-hour SIG with facilitated discussion of merchant and issuer hot topics
Joint Merchant and Issuer Special Interest Groups
Leaders: Joe Vasterling, Best Buy; Keri Crane, Jack Henry & Associates
**USPF Members Only Session**
SESSION 2: 11:45-12:30 MT
Panels (webinar format): some presentation, then panel discussion and Q&A
Roundtable: EV Open Payments – Exploring the Current Landscape + Preparing for the Future
Panelists: Don Frieden P97; Selinay Parlak, Bluedot; Cindy Kohler, Visa; Nick Pisarev, G+D
Moderator: Oliver Manahan, Infineon Technologies
**Open Session – All Attendees**
Education Session: PCI DSS v4.0
Speaker: Emma Sutcliffe, Senior Vice President, Standards Officer, PCI Security Standards Council
**Open Session – All Attendees**
BREAK: 1:30 – 1:45 MT
BREAK: 12:30 – 1:15 MT
SESSION 31:45 – 2:30 MT
How the U.S. Payments Forum is Evolving and Looking to the Future
Jason Bohrer, U.S. Payments Forum; Manish Nathwani, Forum Chair, SHAZAM
**USPF Members Only Session**
SESSION 3: 1:15 – 2:00 MT
Panels (webinar format): some presentation, then panel discussion and Q&A
Education Session: EMVCo Contactless Kernel
Speaker: Brian Byrne, Director of Engagement and Operations, EMVCo
**Open Session – All Attendees**
Is Your Organization Ready for the FedNowSM Service in 2023?
Speaker: Dan Baum, SVP Head of Payment Product Management FedNow
**Open Session – All Attendees**
2:00 – 2:30 MT
Meeting Wrap Up
Speakers: Jason Bohrer, U.S. Payments Forum; Devon Rohrer, U.S. Payments Forum; Deb Ferril, U.S. Payments Forum; Danielle Mattison, U.S. Payments Forum
**USPF Members Only Session**


Click the link below to view the list of attendees.

Sponsorship Opportunities

The Forum is offering sponsorship opportunities to members for the July meeting. Click here to see the sponsorship prospectus and contact Deb Ferril ([email protected]; 612-867-6815) if you’d like a sponsorship.

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About the Forum

The U.S. Payments Forum is a cross-industry body focused on supporting the introduction and implementation of new and emerging payment technologies that protect the security of, and enhance opportunities for payment transactions within the United States. The Forum is the only non-profit organization whose membership includes the entire payments ecosystem, ensuring that all stakeholders have the opportunity to coordinate, cooperate on, and have a voice in the future of the U.S. payments industry. Since the formation of the organization as the EMV Migration Forum in 2012, more than 200 organizations from across the payments industry have joined as members. Membership is required for attendance at all Forum meetings.

Based on member input, eight working committees have been established and meet regularly through teleconferences and web conferences to work on agreed-upon objectives. Current Working Committees are ATM, Card-Not-Present Fraud, Debit Routing, Communications and Education, Mobile and Touchless Payments, Petroleum, Testing and Certification, and Transit Contactless Open Payments. Working Committees are led by volunteer chairs and consist of members from the wide range of stakeholder organizations that belong to the Forum, including issuers, merchants, acquirers/processors, regional debit networks, global payment networks, and industry suppliers.