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Mobile Payments Breakfast Briefing
Tuesday, April 2, 2019
New York, NY
This Breakfast Briefing will provide an in-depth perspective on developments in the U.S. mobile payment markets and insight from developments abroad. A panel discussion, 'Prospects and Obstacles to Growth in U.S. Mobile Payments,' will follow a brief presentation on the U.S. and Indian mobile payments landscapes. In the course of this discussion, panelists will address:
The five major challenges to growth
Competition and cooperation among major mobile payment services
Competition and cooperation with the banking system
New opportunities and types of services unlocked by mobile payments
Thomas MasonSenior Research Analyst, S&P Global Market Intelligence
Tom Mason is a research analyst focused on the financial technology sector. Full Bio
Tom Mason is a research analyst focused on the financial technology sector. He has published on a wide array of topics, including robo-advisors, insurtech startups, blockchain projects and the APIs available from the largest U.S. banks. Tom combines data science techniques with in-depth knowledge of the financial sector to produce proprietary research on how technology is transforming financial services. His commentary on blockchain has been featured in a variety of publications, including The Financial Times, Fortune and Computerworld.19 Minimize
Nimayi DixitFintech Research Analyst, S&P Global Market Intelligence
Nimayi Dixit is a fintech research analyst at S&P Global Market Intelligence. Full Bio
Nimayi Dixit is a fintech research analyst at S&P Global Market Intelligence. He is responsible for the company's coverage of digital lending and payments as well as supporting coverage of venture funding into the fintech industry. Prior to his role at S&P, Nimayi worked as an analyst for Hexayurt Capital and its sister company Mattereum, conducting due diligence on potential investments and partnership opportunities. Prior to this, Nimayi was a portfolio strategy analyst at Hawthorn, a unit of PNC Asset Management.
Nimayi received his degree in finance and economics from NYU's Stern School of Business. In his free time there are few things he finds more enjoyable than sipping a cup of hot tea with a good book in hand. Minimize
Josh Kuzon concentrates on payments, credit, financial infrastructure, and financial management software at Reciprocal Ventures. Full Bio
Josh Kuzon concentrates on payments, credit, financial infrastructure, and financial management software at Reciprocal Ventures. Prior to joining Reciprocal Ventures, Josh held corporate strategy and development roles at Silicon Valley Bank and JPMorgan Chase. He dedicated much of his time at the banks to pursuing partnerships and investments with innovative tech startups, most notably managing SVB’s and MasterCard’s joint FinTech startup accelerator, Commerce.Innovated., and JPMC’s investments in Square (IPO) and GoPago (sold to Amazon). He started his career at First Annapolis, where he advised participants in the payments industry on strategy, partnerships, and M&A. Josh received his BS from Lehigh University. He presently sits on the board of Extend Technologies, Inc. Minimize
Reena Agrawal Sahni is a partner in the Global Financial Institutions Advisory & Financial Regulatory practice of Sherman & Sterling LLP. Full Bio
Reena Agrawal Sahni is a partner in the Global Financial Institutions Advisory & Financial Regulatory practice of Sherman & Sterling LLP. She focuses on bank regulation, advising U.S. and non-U.S. banks and other financial institutions. Among other things, she advises on Dodd-Frank related regulations, including enhanced prudential standards, recovery and resolution planning, and the Volcker Rule. She also advises on financial institution M&A, capital markets transactions, and insolvency issues. Reena also represents clients on corporate governance, OFAC and AML compliance, internal investigations and regulatory enforcement actions. In addition, Reena is a member of the firm’s FinTech Foundry program, which supports the FinTech-related activities of our clients and the wider global FinTech ecosystem including financial institutions, FinTech start-ups, accelerators and incubators, venture capital and private equity investors, and policymakers. Minimize
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As technology evolves, the provision of financial services must evolve along with it. It’s time to rethink traditional approaches to regulatory and legal issues. Shearman & Sterling offers clients a combination of experienced counsel and a global footprint in key financial centers and FinTech hubs around the world. The firm is committed to investing in the future and has established the FinTech Foundry, a program dedicated to support the FinTech-related activities of its clients and the wider global FinTech ecosystem that consists of financial institutions, FinTech start-ups, accelerators and incubators, venture capital and private equity investors and policymakers. The core of Shearman & Sterling’s FinTech Foundry proposition is the ability to provide opportunities to connect, share insights and advise the innovators shaping the future of financial services.
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