Prepaid Track: sponsored by
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
In this panel discussion, youll learn about building profitability to your core business through prepaid. This session will be a look beyond the basics and into innovations and product enhancements that will make customers stickier to you and your brand. Additionally, the session will touch on how consumer advocates and regulators are supporting fully featured reloadable prepaid cards as a safe and affordable way to provide mainstream financial tools to the underserved population.
This session will identify how banks think about prepaid today based on a survey completed by more than 300 financial institutions and will also identify the top challenges they face entering this market
This session will examine the best practices of a payroll distribution program from three perspectives: the issuing bank, the association, and the program manager. The three panel representatives will discuss the following and how each organizations role contributes to the success of a winning payroll distribution service as well as the implementation and continued success for payroll distribution program clients.
Although co-branding is strongly associated with credit card products, the concept is just as relevant with prepaid cards. A co-brand partnership between a prepaid card issuer and a brand company has the potential to increase loyalty, attract promising new customers, lower an issuer's acquisition, awareness and usage campaign costs, and help keep the brand company top-of-mind with the consumer. Starting seven years ago with H&R Block as his firm's first client, Phil Philliou has ushered in some of the largest and most successful cobranded credit and prepaid card deals in the US and Latin America. He will moderate a panel of prepaid card industry leaders and discuss the ins and outs of prepaid card co-branding and partnership structures.
Thursday, October 25, 2012
This session will focus on what distinguishes a high-quality prepaid product. We will discuss CFSI's proposed fee box, the early adopters, and what we are finding as a result. We will also discuss CFSI's Compass Guide to Prepaid and what makes a quality prepaid product as well as the current Compass commitments and how they are working to improve prepaid products for consumers. Additionally, we will focus on how to maximize impact and change through
The insights from this presentation will provide prepaid issuers and program managers an unprecedented window into the primary distribution channel for gift and GPR card sales. The presentation is based on 2012 primary research of 40 merchants across various retail segments and 20 prepaid marketing organizations. We will provide charts and graphs of merchant impressions on using gift cards to increase sales, drive loyalty, shift volumes from other card types (private label and co-branded cards),
There is no question that with the variety of programs and products now available, customers from every walk of life can find a need or an incentive to use prepaid cards. Customers commonly say they use prepaid cards to budget their expenditures, safely make online payments, manage project funds and give money to loved ones. This session will explore the trends of how banked and unbanked consumers from all income brackets are drawn to various