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Webinar: The future of real-time payments – Global trends and consumer perspectives – FinTech Futures

Real-time payments are maturing and gaining traction fast. Consumers have high expectations and their desire for ‘now’ payments is fuelling demand. Paying a bill or sending money to a relative shouldn’t be more than a few clicks away.

But there are some important differences across the world and between generations driving acceptance of real-time payments.

As domestic schemes are taking hold, next on the agenda is tackling cross border real-time payments where there are the greatest inefficiencies, delays and lack of transparency today.

FIS has partnered with Ipsos Public Affairs to conduct an omnibus study of over 8,000 global consumers to get a clearer vision into the acceptance, use, and future of real-time payments across the world.

In this free FinTech Futures’ webinar, financial experts will explore:

  • Global comparisons of market readiness and rates of RTP adoption
  • Key use cases of RTP in different markets
  • The differences in consumer expectations and trust across different countries
  • A comparison of worldwide RTP user bases and where growth is expected next
  • How cross-border real-time will develop

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Speakers:

Chris Storbeck
SVP, Real Time Payments – Partnerships at FIS

Chris Storbeck leads FIS Partnerships for global RTP and establishes and manages partnerships with world class companies globally. Chris Storbeck is a senior executive with 15+ years comprehensive knowledge of payments, fintech, prepaid, stored value, enterprise software, and mobile sectors. With a forward-thinking, solution-focused approach, his background of success includes achieving multimillion-dollar revenues, transcending new markets, and setting industry precedents. His skills include anticipating and interpreting market trends, building consensus & cultivating strategic vision to deliver forward-thinking solutions. He is an adept communicator able to build solid relationships at all levels of an organization. He is well-versed in the development of start-ups and global enterprises and has proven success in market expansion and revenue growth as a results-focused negotiator.


Ginny Chappell
SVP, Real Time Payments – North America at FIS

Ginny is currently leading the charge around faster payments in North America at FIS, with a focus on Realnet. She is a seasoned payments expert with a strong track record of developing and executing against complex and transformative initiatives throughout the industry in leadership with prior leadering roles at Visa, Accenture, and Chase. Her experience across banking, payments and consulting led to her most recent career accomplishments delivering practical payment innovations and digital experiences that benefit clients and their user base.


Talie Baker
Strategic Advisor, Aite-Novarica’s Retail Banking & Payments

Talie Baker is a Strategic Advisor with Aite-Novarica’s Retail Banking & Payments practice, focusing on the customer experience and digital payments technologies including person-to-person payments, business-to-consumer disbursements, cross-border payments, and the merchant payments ecosystem. Talie brings to Aite-Novarica more than 15 years of experience focused primarily on the financial services industry. Prior to joining Aite-Novarica, Talie was a Management Consultant with Capco and BearingPoint, where she successfully led multiyear consulting engagements, helping financial institutions transform their finance and compliance challenges to provide actionable and timely business insights across the organization and to mitigate risk. Talie was responsible for working with senior-level executives to define the vision, strategy, and implementation approach for mission-critical initiatives. She has facilitated communications at all levels of the organization, successfully led cross-functional teams of more than 100 people, and completed several multimillion-dollar initiatives.

Her extensive background with a diverse set of financial institutions provides her with a strong foundation to deliver thought leadership across leading trends within financial services. Talie has been a guest speaker at various industry conferences and has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Boston Globe, and Forbes, among other publications, on the digital payments ecosystem. Talie holds a bachelor’s degree in International Business and Human Resources from the University of Colorado at Denver and a graduate certificate in Computer Information Systems from the University of Denver.




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