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Payments 101 - Accepting and Processing Electronic Payments - US

  • Price: $ 249.00

Table of Contents

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Week 1 - Payments 101 for New Merchants and Payment Processors Entrants
Week 2 - Module 1: As a new entrant, what do I need to understand in order to accept or process payments in the U.S. market?
Week 2 - Module 3: Does your business plan involve moving money or are you moving only information?
Week 2 - Module 4: If your business plan includes processing payments what are some available options?
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Description

Today’s payments industry is dynamic and the future looks exciting. Payments 101 is a short, but fully packed hour and half course providing a broad understanding of each of the key players and their roles in the U.S. electronic payments value chain. You will learn the fundamentals about what drives revenue, cost and risk in the payments industry as well as gain insights regarding innovators and disruptors affecting trends in the payments industry today and in the future.

Price

Plan Name Price
3 Months: $ 249.00

Teacher

Kevin Atwood

Kevin is senior consultant with GVGroup and brings over 23 years of experience domestically and internationally in the financial services and electronic payments industry. 

Kevin’s career includes attaining the position of Senior Vice President at Visa, responsible for sales and partnerships with multiple top 10 issuing and acquiring banks that generated more than $40 billion in annual card sales volume. During his tenure there, Kevin was instrumental in delivering numerous new products and services to Visa’s banking clients. For example, Kevin supported supported the creation, development and initial launch of several fraud reduction programs, including the Issuers’ Clearing House Service and AntiCounterfeit Terminal Program, which have continued to save issuers millions of dollars. 

In 2002, Kevin joined Wells Fargo Bank as Vice President and National Relationship Manager for the Merchant Processing Business. Kevin also served as a mortgage lending officer at Washington Mutual Bank, where he brought card marketing innovation concepts to the Home Loan Mortgage Banking Division. 

Given this deep domain experience in the financial services industry, Kevin’s expertise covers a broad range of areas, including marketing, debit, credit and ACH products, customer life cycle management, relationship management, product innovation, merchant processing in both the physical and online environment, co-branding, commercial card products, operations, risk management and collections. Kevin holds a B.A. degree from San Jose State University.

Thomas Layman

Tom Layman is the President and Founder of Global Vision Group. In addition to managing the company, he serves as the leader of its strategy practice group. His specialties include business strategy, financial modeling, research and risk mitigation. 

Tom has over 30 years of international and domestic experience in the financial services and electronic payments industry. Prior to creating Global Vision Group, Tom was Senior Vice President with Visa U.S.A., holding a number of executive positions during his 11-year career there. He managed the Visa Profitability Consulting practice, as well as all of the business research functions, which included performing cost reduction and benchmarking studies, and served as Chief Economist. 

As global relationship manager at Visa, Tom helped US-based issuers launch programs overseas. He also headed up all of Visa's efforts to mitigate the impact of personal bankruptcies on creditors, and cochaired a creditor coalition that helped write, introduce, and lobby bankruptcy legislation. 

Prior to Visa, most of his experience was directed toward assessing the business environment risk of emerging markets. Tom holds a BA from Vanderbilt University and a PhD in international trade and finance from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Tom has over 20 published articles on credit card and economic policy issues and is coauthor of a book on the role of foreign direct investment in Indonesia. Tom also Chairs the Board of Directors of the San Francisco Consumer Credit Counseling Service (dba Balance).

Viewed
Week 1 - Payments 101 for New Merchants and Payment Processors Entrants
Week 2 - Module 1: As a new entrant, what do I need to understand in order to accept or process payments in the U.S. market?
Week 2 - Module 3: Does your business plan involve moving money or are you moving only information?
Week 2 - Module 4: If your business plan includes processing payments what are some available options?
Learn More About Payments
Glossary

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