U.S. Payments Forum Spring Meeting – February 2022
This U.S. Payments Forum member meeting will connect payment industry leaders for discussions on technology implementation opportunities and challenges, trends in the market and other timely topics. Members receive a limited number of complimentary passes to the meeting, and the Forum provides access to a number of educational panels and featured sessions for non-members to register and attend.
The meeting takes place from Monday, February 28, 2022 through Wednesday, March 2, 2022. Sessions include keynotes, roundtables and panels, special interest groups and birds-of-a-feather sessions, with select sessions on Monday open to non-members.
The meeting takes place from Monday, February 28, 2022 through Wednesday, March 2, 2022. Sessions include keynotes, roundtables and panels, special interest groups and birds-of-a-feather sessions, with select sessions on Monday open to non-members. The meeting will be held in conjunction with the Payments Summit 2022 which runs from March 1 through Thursday March 3 with several concurrent sessions. For more information on the Payments Summit, click here. The registration on this page allows members to register for both the USPF meeting and the Payments Summit.
Member organizations who wish to add additional participants to attend the member meeting sessions can pay $495 for each additional person.
For organizations who are not Forum members, please visit www.uspaymentsforum.org for further details about the U.S. Payments Forum and information about becoming a member.
Non-member organizations who wish to attend the member meeting sessions can also pay the above rates to attend the Monday meeting.
|MEMBERSHIP LEVEL||NUMBER OF COMPLIMENTARY PASSES|
|* Media and analysts are not eligible to attend the meeting|
|Association, Government, Associate Member level||limit of 1 member passes|
|General Member level||limit of 2 member passes|
|Principal Member and Principal PLUS level||limit of 4 member passes|
|Global Payments Brand level||limit of 6 member passes|
- Getting to the hotel from SLC International Airport
- Estimated taxi fare: 20 USD (one way)
- Driving Directions: Take I-80 E from the airport, Take the I-80 E/I-15 S/UT-269/600 S exit on the left toward Cheyenne/Las Vegas, Keep right to continue on Exit 121, follow signs for 600 S, Hotel will be on your left just after W Temple Street.
Health & Safety/COVID-19 Policy
The safety of our members and all attendees is of great importance and we will implement measures to assure as clean and safe environment as possible. We are in the process of defining the COVID safety protocols that will be in effect for the meeting. Please check back as this page will be updated regularly.
About the Forum
The U.S. Payments Forum is a cross-industry body focused on supporting the introduction and implementation of EMV chip and other new and emerging 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, Debit Routing, Communications and Education, Mobile and Touchless Payments, Payments Fraud, 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.