The annual P20 conference, which convenes business leaders, government officials and regulators from across the global payments industry, is returning to London in October 2019.
At the halfway point between P20 conferences, new Executive Director Duncan Sandys is focused on growing P20’s global reach in advance of the October 3 gathering in central London.
The P20 Atlanta conference featured some of the leading minds in cyber security, laying the ground work for innovation and collaboration at the 2019 P20 in London.
Since the inaugural event in 2017, the P20 has steadily increased its international reach, becoming an increasingly recognized platform for the world’s leaders in payments and financial technology.
The 2018 P20 Conference in Atlanta attracted many of the world’s leaders in payments and financial technology, highlighting the international destination that Atlanta has become for these leaders to conduct business.
As the payments and financial technology industry evolves at a frenetic pace, the changes and advancements trickling down to the everyday customer are either enabled, or held back, by legislation at the United States Capitol.
As the world’s leaders in payments and financial technology came together for the 2018 P20 Conference in Atlanta, one point became clear from presentations and working groups. Cybersecurity, one of the four pillars of the P20’s mission, is an area where the organization has a chance to make a substantial and positive difference.
ATLANTA TREND – In a growing recognition of Atlanta’s place in the fintech universe, over 200 business leaders with electronic transactions companies from around the world as well as political and regulatory leaders from the U.S., England and Canada met in Atlanta for the P20 Conference on October 9th and 10th.
METRO ATLANTA CEO – P20 recently hosted the second annual P20 Conference, an international contingent of some 150 payments and fintech industry leaders from the U.S., U.K., Canada, Brazil and China.
PAYMENTS & CARDS NETWORK – Atlanta’s payments and fintech sector provides more than 400,000 jobs and generates more than $72 billion in annual revenue. But the industry is arguably facing the most rapid technological and regulatory changes of any field.
When the P20 Conference gets underway this week at the Atlanta History Center, an award-winning media team will be on hand to provide in-depth coverage of the event’s first appearance in Atlanta.
ATLANTA JOURNAL CONSTITUTION – The city of Atlanta will play host to Payments 20, a conference of the elite electronic transactions companies and regulators from the U.S., England and Canada in what’s been dubbed by organizers as the “Davos of payments.”