NAFP Lunch

  • January 21, 2021
  • 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
  • Webex


  • Registration is included in the NAFP Membership. If you are not currently a Member, the cost for this event is $35 and will be accepted at the event.

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 The Way We Pay: 2021 & Beyond:

Special Pandemic Edition 

This session will provide an update on the evolving U.S. payments system, including the rise of faster payments: Same Day ACH, Zelle, The Clearing House’s Real-Time Payments (RTP) Platform, and the impending FedNow service. In addition, the session will focus on how the pandemic has impacted payments system, including increased movement from paper to electronic payments, growth in contactless card transactions, changes in the use of cash and ATMs, and potential rise in fraud.

Matt Davies, CTP, AAP, CPP

EVP & Director of Treasury Management at Pegasus Bank in Dallas, TX 

Matt has nearly 23 years of banking and payments experience. Prior to joining Pegasus Bank in August 2020, he spent a combined 19 years at the Federal Reserve Banks of Dallas and Kansas City. In addition to his experience with the Federal Reserve System, Matt has also previously served as ACH & Wire Product Manager for Commerce Bank, Kansas Cityproduct manager for Chase Paymentech; and SVP & Public Sector Market Manager for Citi. He is a past president and current board member of the Dallas Association for Financial Professionals (AFP), and serves on the board of directors for Jubilee Park & Community Center in Dallas.

A native of St. Louis, Missouri, Matt graduated from William Jewell College in Liberty, Missouri, with a B.A. in History and Political Science in 1997, and from the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, in 2013.

Approved for up to 1.2 CTP/CCM recertification credits by the Association for Financial Professionals at the rate of one credit for each 50 minutes of attendance.

Approved for 1.0 CPE recertification credit by the NE Board of Public Accountancy.

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