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Faster/Instant Payments Key Focus at Digital Directions 2024

Early Bird Registration Cut-Off March 15; Hotel Block Filling Quickly

We’re just a little more than a month away from the start of Digital Directions 2024, and we are so excited about the agenda we’ve been able to put together for this event. We’ll be exploring some of the hottest industry topics, analyzing new trends and research, and mixing in some networking and fun, of course.

One of the key focus areas of this year’s event will be faster/instant payments. We’ll have concurrent sessions focused on these topics, but we’re thrilled to be able to present these topics in general sessions as well.

On Tuesday, we’ll open with Faster Payments Barometer/Consumer Behavior. During this general session, attendees will learn how the latest faster payments advancements have shaped and are influencing faster payments today. Leveraging data from recent research, industry stakeholders, including the U.S. Faster Payments Council, the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, and Pidgin will share views and insights on the state of faster payments in 2024, where faster payments are headed, and how the industry believes we can quickly, efficiently, and securely get there.

And on Wednesday, we’ll continue with Don't Get Left Behind on Instant Payments Adoption. During this general session, experts from The Clearing House, the Federal Reserve, and Q2 will share data and case studies from financial institutions' journeys with RTP and FedNow. They will answer common questions and discuss the challenges, successes, and use cases uncovered by financial institutions to help others move forward with faster payments adoption.

These are just two of the exciting sessions that will be offered at Digital Directions 2024, and there are so many more. So, take a look at the agenda and register today. Early bird rates end March 15, so don’t delay.

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