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ACCENTURE PAYMENTS AT THE CONFERENCE

With the acquisition of First Annapolis, we have created a specialized payments organization with unmatched capabilities, scale, and experience. We look forward to meeting with you at Money20/20.

COME HEAR US SPEAK

MICHAEL ABBOTT

Accenture Digital Lead
North America Financial Services


Monday, October 23
8:30 am – 8:50 am
Bellini, Venetian Level 2


Top 10 Trends Driving the Future of Payments

Payments must be hyper-relevant to consumers, offer experience-based rewards, and be built on modern payment systems. Learn ten trends driving the future of payments and what consumers are thinking about payments today, from Accenture’s latest survey.



Tuesday, October 24
1:05 pm – 1:25 pm
Venetian Ballroom, Level 2


Financial Innovation and the Value of Diversity

A key to driving financial innovation is through diversity—from tailoring experiences to underserved populations, to having an inclusive workforce. Join this keynote to hear Accenture’s no-nonsense facts that confirm diversity and gender equality will positively impact your company’s bottom line.

JULIE SWEET

Accenture CEO
North America

YOUR ACCENTURE HOSTS

Alan McIntyre is Accenture's senior managing director leading the global banking practice, based in New York. He is responsible for Accenture’s overall vision and strategy in the sector, investment priorities, client-offering developments and partnership networks. Alan has 25 years of experience working with clients in the banking industry with a focus on enterprise strategy and performance improvement programs in the retail and commercial sectors. Alan has led major M&A assignments at the board level, been a personal adviser to multiple bank CEOs in North America and Europe, steered many bank-wide transformation programs and led multiple new business launches.


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Robert Flynn has more than 20 years of banking experience, including 16 years with Accenture, where he specializes in payments and transaction services serving global, regional, and central banks and payment technology firms. His experience spans retail and commercial payments, covering strategy, large-scale transformation, operating model and payment solution implementation. Robert has worked closely with both domestic and international clients to help define payment strategies and investment sequencing. Prior to joining Accenture, Robert held various roles in Bank of America’s retail bank supporting multi-channel transaction banking and merger integration.


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In addition to his duties as managing director of First Annapolis, now part of Accenture, Marc Abbey leads the company’s Merchant Acquiring practice and has been responsible for the firm’s international expansion, resulting in the opening of an office in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Marc has advised clients throughout North and South America and Europe. He advises on a full range of tactical and strategic matters including new acceptance markets, pricing tactics, retention strategies, product strategy, and M&A transactions. He is a frequent speaker at leading industry events and has written widely on topics in transaction processing.


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Joe is the Payments practice lead for the southeast region based in Atlanta. He has more than 25 years of payments industry experience in the areas of strategy, corporate development, acquisitions, new market and client development, early stage and high growth FinTech. Functional payments expertise includes consumer to business, business to business, peer to peer, merchant processing, card issuing, mobile payments, mobile banking, eCommerce, point-of-sale, bill payment and presentment, payment security and PCI along with a host of emerging payment technologies.


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Peter is the Payments practice lead for the west region, based in San Francisco. He combines experience as a strategy consultant with extensive hands-on experience as a senior executive in the payment industry: CEO of a retail bank, managing director of a wholesale banking unit, country lead and head of strategy for a global card network. Peter has managed bank turnaround/restructuring as well as the design and implementation of country, product and regional strategies. As a consultant, he has worked with banks, payment processors, card networks and start-ups in the US and UK, especially around ACH/Faster Payments and payments innovation strategy.


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Joshua Gilbert is a managing director in the Payments Strategy and Innovation practice with First Annapolis, now part of Accenture. His primary areas of focus include card issuing, enterprise payments strategy, and mobile/alternative payments strategy. Josh regularly advises clients on the development and launch of new payments products as well as strategies to optimize the performance of existing products and services.


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John Grund, managing director, joined Accenture via the acquisition of First Annapolis in 2017. He has over twenty years of consulting experience. John’s principal specialty is POS-based payments with a deep understanding of credit programs and distribution arrangements. He is an expert in the formation and growth of high-value financial services partnerships between financial institutions and market leaders in the retail, airline, hotel, automobile, and technology sectors. He also supports clients in the emerging payments field and is actively engaged with the next generation of players including alternative financial services providers and specialized finance companies.


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Lee Manfred manages the Payment Strategy and Innovation practice as a managing director with First Annapolis, now part of Accenture. In this capacity, Lee advises leading financial institutions, payment networks, processors, and technology providers on strategic initiatives related to payments products and services, including debit, credit, open loop prepaid, and mobile payments and commerce. He consults on diverse topics including enterprise payment strategy, product innovation, vendor selection and negotiation, operations and cost benchmarking, and mergers and acquisitions advisory.


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Frank Martien, managing director of First Annapolis, now part of Accenture, leads the Commercial Payments practice where he focuses on virtual cards, corporate cards, purchasing cards, small business cards, fleet cards, and private label commercial accounts. His over 20 years of engagement experience includes a wide spectrum of card program launch, strategy, market sizing, growth opportunity assessment, primary and secondary market research, financial analysis, RFP/vendor selection, valuation, expert appraisal, buy-side advisory, and M&A-related assignments. Frank’s clients include banks, payment networks, technology specialists, retailers, and private equity firms.


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Conrad leads Accenture Core Banking Payments and is the Midwest region lead, based in Chicago. He works directly with financial services clients on an array of strategic, operational and technical initiatives. Conrad began his career at Accenture and re-joined in 2017. Prior experience includes product executive positions at JPMorgan Chase &Co. in Treasury and Merchant Services. Conrad was also Founder & CEO of mPayy, Inc. a mobile P2P and C2B payment acquired by NTT DATA and was head of product and development for C-SAM, Inc., a leading digital wallet company acquired by MasterCard.


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David Woynerowski is a managing director of First Annapolis, now part of Accenture. He co-manages the Card Issuing practice with a primary focus on developing merchant payment strategies and establishing and renegotiating (co-brand and private label) credit card partnerships in North America. David is also responsible for coordinating the firm’s business development efforts in Canada. He has completed several partnership program renewals and transitions in the past year representing billions of dollars of assets. David’s clients comprise many of North America’s largest corporations in the travel, retail, coalition loyalty, petroleum and auto sectors, as well as the continent’s leading financial institutions and payment networks.


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