Breakout TracksCard Trends and Opportunities
Customer Loyalty and Engagement
Emerging and Mobile Payments
Regulation and Risk
Who You'll Meet
Join more than 700 peers in the cards and payments industry, including card issuers, payment networks, industry analysts, ISOs, and payments product and service providers, responsible for credit cards, loyalty and points programs, emerging payments, payment business strategies, marketing, operations and technology.Click here to see last year's attendees.
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Boca Raton Resort -
A Waldorf Astoria Resort
501 East Camino Real
Boca Raton, FL 33432
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
PREPAID OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES IN POLICY AND REGULATION
Government can be a two edged sword – some regulations are making prepaid more attractive relative to other products, others serve to even the playing field and make all players do what the best companies are already doing. Some regulations drive unintended consequences. As with all financial services, the prepaid card industry is getting it's share of legal and regulatory challenges at both the state and federal levels. A number of areas are impacting prepaid including: oversight from FinCEN, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the interpretation of the Durbin Amendment’s treatment of prepaid cards, and the extension of Reg E. Hear how regulations are providing both opportunities and challenges to prepaid. The panel is made up of prepaid card business, policy and legal experts on how these issues are likely to play out, and the considerations to include in your prepaid business as a part of your overall portfolio.