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Glenbrook’s popular Payments Boot Camp® is a comprehensive two-day overview of the payments industry, from the fundamentals to what’s new and on the horizon. It’s a fast-paced, focused, and fun way to get smart about payments.
Russ brings exceptional skills in payments industry analysis, strategy development, and product conceptualization - as well as 35 years as an executive, analyst, and consultant - to Glenbrook clients from across the payments value chain.
Yvette draws on her 24 years of payments and risk management experience to help the next generation of payments professionals understand industry fundamentals and best practices. In addition to facilitating Payments Boot Camps™, she is also responsible for developing industry-focused curriculums and new delivery channels.
Glenbrook’s agenda is structured to ensure that you understand how the industry works as a whole. We emphasize the economics – so that you understand how money is made in the industry, and by whom.
Payments Systems Overview
• Industry definitions, payments domains
• Key concepts – open/closed, push/pull, chain of liability
• How payments systems differ
• Risk in payments
• Payments systems economics
Perspectives on Users and Providers
• End-User perspectives – Consumers, Merchants
• Provider perspectives – Banks, Networks, Processors, PSPs
• Other constituents – Regulators
• Cards – Core concepts, value chains, transaction flow, technology, economics
• Checks – Value chain, checking imaging, remote deposit capture, volume trend
• ACH – Value chain, transaction flow, direct debit risk model, volume, and trends
• Wires – Value chain, economics, major players, and trends
• Faster Payments – Processing model and components, Zelle vs RTP vs FedNow
• Cash – Usage trends, ATM networks, and digital currencies
• Local country payments systems – models, common elements, variables
• Cross-border payments – international wires; cross-border card processing
• Market drivers, building blocks and key trends
• Opening banking APIs, how payment data is used, artificial intelligence
• Domain overview, monetization strategies, key trends for each domain
• POS ¬– NFC payments, mobile POS, Square Case Study
• Online Commerce – Digital wallets, Secure Remote Commerce (SRC)
• Bill Pay – Variation in biller, bank, and consumer-centric models
• P2P – Open vs Closed Processing Models, Venmo vs Cash App
• B2B – B2B fundamentals, buyer-seller payment dynamics
• Income – Disbursements, payouts, and card push payments
Fees, billing, discounts, refunds
The standard, two-day Payments Boot Camp® registration fee is $2295 per person.
Bundle and save $300! The optional, one-day Insight Workshop fee is reduced from $995 to $695 per person when you register for the Payments Boot Camp® PLUS the corresponding one-day workshop.
Fees do not include:
Payments / Billing
Glenbrook accepts American Express, Discover, Mastercard, PayPal and Visa for payment upon registration. If required, payment may be made by an invoice sent to your company – with our prior approval. Please contact us to obtain approval for invoice billing.
Glenbrook client discounts:
* Only one discount code may be used per person. Discounts may not be combined with any other sale, promotion, discount, code, coupon, and/or offer.
Payments Boot Camp® and workshop registrants may cancel their registration for a full refund if cancelled one month prior to the event. Refunds for cancellations within a month of the event will be considered on a case by case basis. In some cases, it may be possible to switch registrations to an event at a later date.
*Please note: if this workshop cannot be held live due to circumstances outside of Glenbrook’s control, it will be moved to a digital delivery format. Attendees will be given the option to attend virtually, have their funds held for a future workshop, or cancel and receive a refund.
Payments Boot Camp®
Local airports, driving directions, hotels
There are multiple airports in the Bay Area. Additional information will become available when the meeting venue has been confirmed.
Registrants should make their own hotel arrangements. Additional information will become available when the meeting venue has been confirmed.
Pre-reading and resources