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Tearsheet’s inaugural Power of Payments conference is now in the books. Senior decision-makers at leading payments firms partnered with us to bring our guests an insightful and inspiring agenda. 

Top dogs from firms like Visa, Square, Amex, Wise, Goldman Sachs, Citi, and more gathered in New York City to talk about the challenges and opportunities ahead for the industry. After enjoying a breakfast feast fit for a king T-POP 2022 went into top gear. 

The morning's keynotes included chats from:

  • Goldman Sachs’ Luc Teboul (embedded payments)

  • Wise’s Roshni Joshi (evolution of cross-border payments)

  • Visa’s Darren Parslow (current trends in B2B)

  • Amex’s Mohammed Badi (the role of networks).

We then broke into roundtables, off-the-record discussions around some of the biggest issues the industry is facing – things like embedded payments and what it really means to build a platform business, preparing for a world of real-time payments, and identifying, recruiting, and managing top payments talent.

 It’s truly magical when people from different companies – sometimes, even direct competitors – can discuss these issues in an honest way outside the four walls of their firms.

After lunch we heard from: 

  •  Citi’s Anupam Sinha (intersection of commerce and treasury)

  • Quavo’s Brittany Usher (automation overcoming human capital volatility)

  •  Square’s Anusha Ramanujam (embedding financial services into payments)

  • Marqeta’s Shannon Johnson (modern payments and flexibility to FIs).

Throughout the day, we discussed and heard a lot about the challenges and opportunities as we move into the next generation of payments.

We're looking forward to T-POP 2023!

Watch this space for more info as the Tearsheet continues to bring the finance and fintech visionaries together! 

In the meantime, we would like to invite you to join us as we wrap up 2022 with our year-end conference The Big Bank Theory on December 8 in Miami

Take a look at some of the special moments from
T-POP 2022

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