The Canadian payments industry accounts for nearly 1% of GDP with revenues from payment activities estimated at over $16.4B in 2016 — and it’s changing, rapidly.
Traditional players in the payments market are extending products, fintech and bigtech are disrupting products and infrastructure while domestic and global regulatory bodies are moving rapidly to adapt.
These changes can mean big opportunities for your organization if you know how to use them to your advantage. Rotman’s Business of Payments program helps payments leaders like yourself harness these opportunities.
Your competitive advantage in a shifting landscape.
Over the course of three days, you will gain a solid understanding of the changing context of the payments landscape, the forces and trends shaping its future and develop the knowledge and competencies you need to stay ahead.
Debate: The Future of Banks in Payments
Foundational payments concepts
Leading Payments Systems Around the World
Payments Theory and Building Blocks
Global and Domestic Trends and Forces
How Key Players Are Responding
Framework for the Future
Regulations, Infrastructure and Technology
Presentations and Graduation
We’re here to help.
This program focuses on technical solutions combined with management training to help you successfully lead your team through major market disruptions. Our faculty are industry-experts with years of consulting experience and deep knowledge of the forces at work in the payments industry.
Who should attend
Established leaders working in payments, whether you are entering the industry or a seasoned professional, a regulator, policy-maker, or a disruptor.
Walid Hejazi is an Associate Professor of Economic Analysis and Policy, and Academic Director, at the Rotman School of Management. He has researched, advised, and testified extensively on global competitiveness, and is currently working on a series of studies which shed light on the competit...
Andreas Park is an Associate Professor of Finance at the University of Toronto in the Department of Management at University of Toronto at Mississauga, with a cross appointment to the Finance area at Rotman. He has been a University of Toronto faculty member since 2003. His research covers ...
Wendy Rotenberg is a Professor of Finance and Accounting at Rotman. Her teaching and research interests include Financial Management, Corporate Restructuring, and International Accounting and Finance.
2004-present Professor, Accounting and Finance; Rotman School of Ma...
Sue Britton is the CEO & Founder of FGS (FinTech Growth Syndicate). Sue helps some of Canada’s hottest FinTechs grow, largest corporations innovate and works with the government to define and fuel FinTech growth in Canada. FGS is a team of over 25 transformationists that individually bring a ...
With nearly 30 years in payments and digital banking, Mike helps develop payment strategies for FIs, networks and processors across North America. In addition to work for Payments Canada, Northcard’s assignments have included: leading a mobile payments initiative and several strategy engagements ...
Justin Ferrabee is an experienced transformational leader having driven challenging, large scale change in dynamic, complex, multi-stakeholder environments across geographies and cultures. He is the chief operating officer at Payments Canada, a $65-million financial market infrastructure, clearin...
As BankservAfrica’s Chief Payments and Innovation Officer, Jan sets our business strategy, leads new business development and strategic partnerships, and oversees payments modernisation in South Africa.
Jan has extensive transformational leadership experience from previous roles in Europe and No...
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