How to Create an End-to-End Enterprise Payments Hub
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Mr. Lodge joins from Secura Monde International, where he was a senior consultant. Prior to that, he was a regional research director of European payments at TowerGroup. He has also worked in corporate strategy at VocaLink Ltd., been an information manager at The Technology Exchange Ltd., and been a senior researcher at Disclosure First Contact.
Mr. Lodge has been widely quoted in the media, including Financial Times, BBC News, CNBC, Bloomberg, Computer Weekly, CardLine, Silicon, and European Card Review. He is a frequent speaker at such events as Sibos, EBADay, NACHA Payments, and the Global Payments Forum.
Gareth has a B.Sc. in quantity surveying from the University of Portsmouth and a post-graduate degree in information science from the University of North London.
Kelly has been with Scotiabank since 2003 and has worked in the banking industry since 1985.
He has an MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business and is a graduate of the bachelor of Computer Science program from the University of Manitoba.
Financial institutions are under intense pressure to grow their business and meet multiple new regulatory requirements while simultaneously keeping costs in check. How can financial institutions improve business agility, ensure faster compliance and control costs when their current environment consists of multiple single payment batch-oriented systems?
Join Gareth Lodge, Senior Analyst in Celent’s Banking group and Kelly Scott, VP Global Business Services at Scotiabank, for this interactive discussion that shows how you can:
- Transform your existing payments landscape while tactically reusing existing systems that remain relevant
- Converge payment processes to create an end-to-end enterprise payments hub
- Align business and technology goals to create new and differentiated products
Gain insight and analysis from experts. Register now.