The 1Oth annual

Global Summit

October 16-17, 2O18   |   Convene, 73O Third Ave, New York, NY, US
 

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Commercial Payments International Global Summit

Your goal is to help your clients operate efficiently, optimize working capital, and gain access to better data. While this might be simply put, it's not always easy. Doing so in an era of geopolitical and economic uncertainty, while keeping pace with a flood of technological advancements and regulatory requirements, is a tough assignment.

That's why Commercial Payments International provides you with a forum to meet and learn with your peers, to discuss everything from virtual cards to blockchain to PSD2. We have assembled an expert panel to share data and analysis on the commercial payments landscape, and innovators have been invited to demonstrate use cases for the latest technologies in B2B payments, all with the goal of learning how you can meet client needs and grow your business.

CPI's Global Commercial Cards & Payments Summit is the ONLY global event dedicated to commercial cards and payments. This means that every session is relevant to you and everyone you meet is someone you can learn from or collaborate with.


Why attend?

CPI's longest running summit is the only place where the global community comes together to freely exchange ideas, discuss common issues and look to the future - all on a very senior level.

  • * Get the latest legal and regulatory updates that you need to know now
  • * Hear insights direct from end users on how to improve your products
  • * Engage in lively debates and interactive panel discussions to shape the future of your industry
  • * Network with 190+ key senior-level B2B payment professionals


A snapshot of CPI's Global Summit


Who you are likely to meet

Air Plus
American Express
AOC Solutions
Apexconnect
Apruve
AT&T
Bain & Company
Bank of America
Barclaycard
BBVA Compass
BB&T Commercial BankCard
BNY Mellon
Boost Payment Solutions
Bottomline Technologies
Cardlay
Cisco
Citi
Citizens Bank
Citizens Financial Group
City National Bank
Comdata
Concur Technologies
Conferma
Corporate Spending Innovations
Dataflexnet
Discover Financial Services
Dun & Bradstreet
DXC Technologies
Ernst & Young
Extend Enterprises Inc
Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia

Fifth Third Bank
Finexio
First Annapolis, part of AccentureFirst Interstate Bank
FIS
First State Community Bank
Fraedom
Heartland Financial
Hogg Robinson Group
Huawen Institute
Hyperwallet
ING
Inlogik
Inturn
ISphere Global
Itaú Unibanco
Ixaris
J.P. Morgan Chase
Javelin
KAE
Lloyds Banking Group
Lufthansa AirPlus
M&T Bank
Marqeta
Mastercard
McGovern Smith Advisors
MidFirst Bank
MineralTree
Mizuho Bank Ltd.
Moneris
MSTS
MUFG

National Bank of Canada
National Australia BankPaladion
Paymerang
Payoneer
PayTech Consulting
Phantom Cyber
PNC Bank
Priority Commercial Payments
People's United Bank
Priority Holdings
Sagicor Bank Jamaica
Security BankCard Center
Sidley Austin LLP
Spend Labs
Synchrony Financial
TD Bank
The Clearing House
The Economist Intelligence Unit
Thomson Reuters
TSYS
U.S. Bank
UATP
Union Bank
Umpqua Bank
Visa
Vocalink
Weber Shandwick
Wells Fargo
Wells Fargo Securities, LLC
WEX
Zions Bancorporation