This year, we’ve rounded up an incredible lineup of industry experts to share their knowledge about the latest FinTech technologies, innovations, and trends for our now virtual MPC20. Our generous sponsors are covering your ticket in full—a $599 expense. If you haven’t locked down your seat yet, you can do so here using the code VICTORY2020 for your complimentary discount:
As the world changes, we change with it. We’re excited about our newly virtualized conference format and hope you are as well. I look forward to seeing you all there.
Mobile Payments Conference
Meet Our Speakers
Ammar Ahmed, Director of Billing Solutions at Heartland Payment Systems, oversees Heartland’s Product Management, Software Engineering and Client On-boarding Operations teams. With more than 14 years of experience in Product Management, Program Management and Strategy within Banking, Retail, Healthcare and FinTech industry, Ammar develops innovative, creative and purposeful products that solve problems and add value. In his spare time, Ammar is a singer/songwriter who performs in concerts, interviews on morning talk shows and produces international music videos. Ammar is married to his beautiful wife Ria – who owns a wedding planning and design company (where Ammar is usually the extra help on the weekends). They both love to travel, are foodies and enjoy a good movie!
Scott is the President of Aliaswire and has over 20 years of experience in the payment processing industry, including Issuing, acquiring, POS hardware, payment systems software, multi-currency processing, ACH payments as well real-time payments. Scott’s contribution to innovation within the industry have been recognized and awarded by both NACHA and ETA.
Head of Enterprise Money Movement, U.S. Bank
Peter Gordon, Head of Emerging Money Movement at U.S. Bank, leads strategy and development for emerging money movement products and services, including Zelle and real-time payments (RTP). An RTP veteran with over 30 years of global financial services experience, Gordon joined U.S. Bank in 2019 after serving as chief revenue officer at PayFi. He has also held leadership roles at Mastercard, Santander, RBS Citizens, eCom Advisors, First Commons Bank and FIS. As founder and general manager of FIS PayNet, Gordon was instrumental in forming the first U.S.-based real-time global payment network. His international experience includes Brazil, EU, India, and UK markets. He was also one of 18 steering committee members at the Federal Reserve Faster Payments Task Force, which developed guidelines and criteria for RTP and faster payments. Gordon, a Syracuse University graduate, earned an MBA from the Olin Graduate School of Business at Babson College.
Head of Financial Services Strategy, Pinterest
Chief Customer Experience Officer, Kount
Derek White joined U.S. Bancorp in 2019 as chief digital officer. Headquartered in Minneapolis, the financial services holding company has businesses across the United States, Canada and Europe and is the parent company of U.S. Bank, the fifth-largest U.S. commercial bank, and Elavon, a leading payment processor. Prior to U.S. Bancorp, White was global head of client solutions with BBVA in Spain, where he led a team of nearly 10,000 people focused on concepting, designing, creating and launching digital and innovation work – from products and services to data science units and venture creation.