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
Partner
Baker Marquart LLP

Peter Howitt
Founder
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