The Global Emerging Payments Landscape: Critical Legal, Regulatory, and Compliance Challenges in Key Markets and Best Practices for Overcoming Them

July 29, 2016 11:00am

Mark Moore
Assistant General Counsel
Silicon Valley Bank

Brian E. Klein
Baker Marquart LLP

Peter Howitt
Ramparts Law Firm

Duane Lindquist
Senior Counsel
Wells Fargo

David Cebollero
Vice President & Senior Counsel
Western Union Digital

  • The emerging international payments landscape: how international payment developments are affecting cross-border remittances, payment processing, and adoption and growth rates in key markets
  • Expanding beyond North America: key considerations and proven strategies for entering into or accepting payments from new markets, including the EU, Asia, and Latin America
  • Mobile payments and mobile wallets: how this disruptive and evolving technology is changing the face of the global payments market
  • Specific areas of concern relating to cross-border remittances
  • New and emerging payment systems being used around the world: China, Japan, EU, Middle East, India, and Africa
  • Dealing with multinational jurisdiction
  • Establishing enterprise-wide, multinational compliance programs
  • Assessing the likelihood of legal and regulatory uniformity at the international level
  • Lessons learned from the introduction of new payment systems into other countries
  • Foreign emerging payments start-ups
  • Considerations for companies interested in entering the U.S. market
  • International e-commerce facilitation
  • International data security and privacy efforts
  • Foreign exchanges and B2B