Concepts 2011

Sponsored by: CenCorp, Comerica Bank, CU*Answers, EPSON America, Inc., Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, FIS Global, Fifth Third Bank, Fundtech, Magic-Wrighter, Inc, NACHA, Verify Valid

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Is your organization Achieving Payments Excellence?

How does one breed become the best in show when there are so many others vying for the same title? The answer is preparation, training, help from qualified experts and instinct. The same holds true in business.


The payments biz is changing fast. Is your organization positioned to compete? Payments Fraud and Risk, Mobile, P2P, Corporate Payments, Treasury Management, Healthcare Payments and more! Whether you represent a company or financial institution, you won’t want to miss this 14th annual event – Concepts 2011. Sessions of interest to each of these audiences:

Corporate Payments Professionals

Looking to get away from manual processes and paper checks or have already discovered the benefits of payments automation and want to stay on top the latest and greatest solutions and applications.

Senior Financial Institution Staff

Need to know about the industry changes and trends that impact their financial institution and their corporate customers.

Treasury Managers

Need to learn about the hot topics in treasury and cash management and the trends that impact their organizations.

Continuing Education Credits

Accredited ACH Professionals (AAPs) – The Concepts agenda is designed to qualify for 10.3 AAP continuing education credits. An optional pre-conference AAP Alliance Meeting (AAPs only) will qualify for 3.6 additional renewal credits (must register in advance).

Certified Treasury Professionals (CTPs/CCMs)

Concepts will not be pre-approved for CTP recertification credits by The Association for Financial Professionals (AFP) in 2011; however, all sessions are expected to meet the criteria defined by that association.

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Latest Insights:

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