The Risks and Rewards of Real-Time Payments: The Brazilian Experience
The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and the Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce of the Southeast invite you to attend a virtual event, The Risks and Rewards of Real-Time Payments: The Brazilian Experience, that will explore lessons the United States can learn from Brazil's experience with implementing real-time payments.
- When: May 18, 2022, 10 a.m. (ET)
- Where: Zoom event. Register here.
Panelists will discuss a real-time payment environment's opportunities and challenges relating to rebalancing convenience, risk management, and consumer protection. Experts from Brazil will share lessons learned from their experience building and implementing instant payments, while policymakers and practitioners in the United States will share considerations that must be sorted out as payments systems prepare to initiate and receive faster payments.
- Eduardo Chedid, vice president of financial services at PicPay
- Tim Mills, senior vice president of emerging payments at Regions Bank
- João Manoel Pinho de Mello, former economist at the Central Bank of Brazil and Lemann Visiting Scholar at the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies at Harvard University
- Jessica Washington, assistant vice president of Retail Payments Risk Forum at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Rodrigo Dantas e Silva, principal and Americas Payment Leader at Ernst & Young, will serve as moderator. Opening remarks will be presented by Lucia Jennings, president and chief executive office, Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce of the Southeast, Carlos Henrique Moojen de Abreu e Silva, Brazil consul general ambassador, and Doris Quiros, senior vice president over the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta's Supervision, Regulation, and Credit Division.