PAYTHINK: THE PREMIER BANK-FOCUSED FORUM
PAYTHINK: THE PREMIER BANK-FOCUSED FORUM

PayThink is focused on the rapidly changing, inter-connected markets of debit, credit, mobile, prepaid and digital payments. With new participants and emerging technologies flooding the market and changing the dynamics of the industry, the right path forward is unclear to many. As the payments industry strives for faster innovation to launch new products ahead of competitors, PayThink provides insight from market participants and innovators leading the way. PayThink is designed for executives looking to stay relevant in the ever-changing payments ecosystem by finding and honing their competitive edge.

PayThink provides you with an opportunity to navigate opportunities and challenges in an attendee-friendly, network-filled 2.5 day event. Simply put, this will be the most productive and strategic time that you can spend away from your office in 2018. Take a moment now to mark your calendar and plan to join us this year in Austin.

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    Hyatt Regency Austin

    • 208 Barton Spring


    • Austin, Texas, 78704


     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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Brian Crist
Chief Payments Counsel, Uber

Brian Crist is Chief Payments Counsel for Uber Technologies, Inc. Brian is responsible for all of Uber’s payments, commerce, and financial services legal matters globally. Prior to joining Uber, Brian was chief counsel for Citi Enterprise Payment Solutions, where he represented Citigroup as it executed on a wide variety of emerging payment initiatives, payment network transactions, and merchant offer programs and deployed strategic digital payment products and platforms. Brian has a significant background in counseling companies domestically and internationally on the development and commercialization of innovative payment and commerce products and is an expert on the legal, regulatory, and business issues that they raise. Brian leverages his extensive experience and his love of technology in his role at Uber, addressing complex legal issues for the fast-growing company as it continues to innovate and expand around the world.

Brian received his J.D. from Harvard Law School and his B.A. from Carleton College.

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