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Payments

Innovations in payments have transformed how—and how fast—customers can conduct transactions. ABA can help you navigate challenges and opportunities in the evolving world of payments, see what banks are doing to offer payments solutions that meet the speed and security their customers demand, and stay ahead of this rapidly evolving core function of banking.

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Payments Strategy School

October 24-26, 2022 | Virtual School | If you’re ready to get working on a profitable, streamlined payments experience to meet today’s ever-expanding customer expectations, the school is ready for you.

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Ed Gross

Vice President, Payments & Operations

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Shelly Loftin

Senior Vice President, Retail, Lending, & Payments

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Payment Systems Open Committee

Promote the interests of ABA members regarding payments system issues and analyzes emerging technologies that could impact bank operations.