American Banker Webinar - Money Is Dead

The use of cards is exceeding the use of money globally, driving the banking and the financial services industry to reframe its discussions and debates on payments.

Historically, financial institutions drove consumer offers, but that’s changed with new customer expectations and behaviors. Money is dead – today it’s about value.



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What once seemed like science fiction is happening now. Our on-demand webinar features a panel of payments experts sharing their thoughts on this radical shift in thinking. Watch and discover the ideas and approaches that will impact your bank or financial institution in the near future.

What You’ll Learn:

  • Why the shift is beyond money or payments to value
  • Examples from regions around the world that are happening now
  • How this affects cryptocurrencies, fintechs and other areas of current payments focus
  • Examples of how other industries are driving these new approaches to evaluating and transferring value
  • Three action steps to not be left behind

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Our Speakers

Michael Sisk
Michael Sisk Contributing Editor, American Banker
Michael Sisk is a New York-based journalist who has covered business and the financial markets for 20+ years, including stints as the investor editor at Red Herring, editor-at-large at US Banker, and contributing editor at Bank Technology News. His articles have appeared in numerous publications, including American Banker, Barron's, Crain's New York Business, Inc., Institutional Investor, strategy + business and Worth. Michael has co-written and edited three books; the most recent was Merge Ahead: Mastering the Five Enduring Trends of Artful M&A (McGraw-Hill 2009).
Niraj Singhal

Niraj Singhal is Senior Vice President and Head of International Banking Practice, NTT DATA. In his IT career spanning over two decades, Niraj has advised leading financial institutions on digital strategy and is a regular speaker at various Industry forums, including, SIBOS, EBA Day, and CEB Technology Conference. He also works with leading Industry Analysts to advise on strategic imperatives for banks as they grapple with pressures of cost, compliance and customer retention. Niraj has extensive global experience in consulting across financial institutions, predominantly in the areas of digital banking, payments modernization, risk and compliance, process re-invention and banking industrialization. He previously held leadership positions within the TATA group, wherein he worked as a strategy consultant, with experience across diverse group companies.

Olive Burns
Oliver Burns Head of Global Payment Networks, FIS

Oliver Burns leads Global Payment Networks as part of the Merchant Solutions Executive Team for FIS where he is responsible for the company’s relationships and roadmaps with both established and emerging payment networks, brands, and sponsor partners around the world. Oliver’s organization develops joint business, innovation, acceptance, money movement, product and GTM collaboration plans to support FIS’s Merchant business and its strategic growth.

Peter Lowder
Peter LowderMD – Cards & Payments Consultant Financial Services & Insurance Practice, NTT DATA

Peter has over 30 years of experience in the financial services industry. Experience includes large financial services M&A integration programs in the US, UK, and Canada, Merchant Acquiring transformation programs, large card portfolio and platform conversions, and various retail banking improvement programs. Skills include strategic planning, building PMO and program capabilities, and architecting and delivering innovative solutions.