Solving the Payments Puzzle

Solving and re-solving the payments puzzle in the fast-paced payments industry with new innovations and ever-changing laws, rules and regulations impacting payments can be challenging enough, but when you add changing interpretations of existent laws and regulations (and the resulting changes in enforcement strategies,) conflicts between state and federal laws, and the tug-of-war between political parties on public policy, it can seem like an unsolvable puzzle.


Join the TPPPA at The Madison in Washington, DC September 18th through 20th as we sort out the pieces and work together to solve the puzzle of payments.  Learn from state and federal regulators, payment system rule makers, legal and regulatory experts, and industry experts.  Topics include:

  • Government and Industry Relations in the Payment Processing
  • Bill Sullivan – Senior Director Government and Industry Relations – NACHA
  • Scott Talbott – SVP Government Relations – ETA
  • Greg Porter – Catalyst – Government Relations Support to the TPPPA
  • Consumer Protection Enforcement Panel with the CFPB and the FTC
  • Cannabis Banking and Payments
  • Distinguishing Hemp (CBD) Laws 
  • Legal and Regulatory Update - Troutman Sanders
  • State Money Transmitter Laws
  • Sports Betting
  • Nutraceuticals
  • Avoiding Online Advertising Pitfalls
  • Privacy and Data Security
  • BSA/AML Update
  • Distinguishing the Important Elements of Insurance Policies for Payment  Processors
  • Complying with NACHA’s Account Validation Rule for WEB Entries
  • Faster and Real-Time Payments Update
  • Industry Trade Association Executive Panel


The conference will conclude with an opportunity to go to Capitol Hill and visit with key Members of Congress and congressional staff to express the needs and concerns faced by the payments industry and companies like yours.


  • When

  • Wednesday, September 18, 2019 - Friday, September 20, 2019

  • Where

  • The Madison
    1177 15th Street NW
    Washington D.C, District of Columbia 20005

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