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The leading event focusing on how the commercial payments industry is gearing for growth through innovation

Innovation in commercial payments is flourishing as the global economy expands beyond the past pandemic into a new phase of growth. As markets return and demand surges, payment products are evolving to meet new needs and trends in commercial transactions. Driven by technological transformation, the virtuous mix of fintechs, banks and corporates are working together to evolve an ecosystem that works for all. Yet volatility and inflationary pressures are creating uncertainty in markets and risks remain in security, fraud and data.

The conference will address how the commercial payments industry is gearing for growth through innovation and creating the solutions businesses need now to manage risks and optimise efficiencies in B2B transactions.

After three years, the CPI Global Summit returns in-person to New York in 2022 featuring: 

  • End user corporate and banking perspectives and their experiences of commercial payment systems transformation
  • Panels, workshops and roundtables covering themes such as innovation; new economy, investment, commercialisation, technologies, and pricing.
  • 2 days of compelling content and 50+ industry leaders
  • Unrivalled networking opportunities enabling attendees to build relationships with some of the biggest names in your industry

Join payments leaders on October 18th-19th, 2022 to hear their routes to recovery and the new directions in which the industry is growing. Get engaged and learn from payment experts from B2B payments leaders, fintechs, banks, corporates, and many more on how to manage volatility.

Connect and build relationships with some of the biggest names in your industry

11:FS • Accenture • AirPlus International • Amadeus • Amazon • American Express • AOC Solutions • Apexconnect • Apruve • Arthur D. Little • AT&T • Bain & Company • Bank of America Merrill Lynch • Barclays • BB&T Commercial BankCard • BBVA • BNY Mellon • Boost Payments • Bottomline Technologies • Cardlay • Cisco • Citi • Citizens Bank • Citizens Financial Group • City National Bank • Comdata • Concur Technologies • Corporate Spending Innovations • CPI • Dataflexnet • Diners Club • Discover Global Network • Dun & Bradstreet • DXC Technologies • Edgar Dunn & Company • EedenBull • Endava • Ernst & Young • European Payments Council • Extend Enterprises • F. Hoffmann-La Roche • Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia • Federal Reserve System • Fifth Third Bank • Financial Technology Partners • Finexio • First Interstate Bank • First State Community Bank • FIS Global • Fraedom • Glenbrook Partners • Heartland Financial • Hogg Robinson Group • HSBC • Huawen Institute • Hyperwallet • i2c • ING • Inlogik • Inturn • ISphere Global • Itaú Unibanco • Ixaris • J.P. Morgan Chase • Javelin • Lloyds Banking Group • M&T Bank • Mastercard • McGovern Smith Advisors • Mercator Advisory Group • MidFirst Bank • MineralTree • Mizuho Bank • Moneris • MSTS • MUFG • National Australia Bank • National Bank of Canada • National Payments Corporation of India • Paladion • Paymerang • Payoneer • PaySavi • PayTech Consulting • Pecunia Treasury & Finance • People’s United Bank • Phantom Cyber • PNC Bank • Priority Commercial Payments • Priority Holdings • Sagicor Bank Jamaica • Security BankCard Center • Sidley Austin • SpendLabs • Synchrony Financial • TD Bank • The Clearing House • The Economist Group • Thomson Reuters • Transcarta • TSYS • U.S. Bank • UATP • Umpqua Bank • Union Bank • Universal Air Travel Plan • US Bank • Visa • Vocalink • Weber Shandwick • Wells Fargo • WEX • Zions Bancorporation