Analyst Roundtable: 2020 Payments Outlook

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Mercator Advisory Group to host a free webinar to share their outlooks and predictions for 2020.

Mercator Advisory Group will host a free, hour-long webinar Thursday, February 6 at 1 p.m. ET. Senior members of Mercator Advisory Group’s analyst team will share their outlooks and predictions for 2020 developments.

Analyst Roundtable Includes:

  • Common themes in payments: Technology, Globalization, Security, and Platforms – Aaron McPherson, VP of Research Operations

  • Economic outlook and trends that will affect credit cards in 2020 – Brian Riley, Director, Credit

  • Key themes for success in commercial payments: Collaboration, Globalization, Protection, Resourcefulness – Steve Murphy, Director, Commercial and Enterprise Payments

  • Growth in push payments, contactless payments, and the possible rise of a third global debit network – Sarah Grotta, Director, Debit Cards and Alternative Products

  • Impact of CFPB regulations, litigation of nonbank charter, banking as a service and challenger banks – Sue Brown, Director, Prepaid

  • Hybrid shoppers, pressure on physical stores, online grocery, autonomous check, contextual commerce, restaurant meal delivery, sports betting, mobile order and pay – Ray Pucci, Associate Director, Merchant Services

  • Machine learning growing pains, open banking and payments, cloud and platform services, tokenization of e-commerce, identity authentication, cryptocurrencies and blockchain, the Internet of Things – Tim Sloane, VP of Payments Innovation, Emerging Technologies