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2023: Payments Trends

37 mins
37 mins

Webinar Summary

How aware are you of payment trends – and what the future holds for the payment industry?

In 2022 alone, Google Pay and Apple Pay became mainstream – both online and in store. Contactless payments exploded, and consumers adopted digital technology to manage payments. More and more payments moved online, while innovations like Buy Now Pay Later increased in popularity.

With so much change in 2022, what do payment experts forecast for 2023?

On this webinar, Conor McKevitt looks to the future of payments with special guest Michael Concannon. Michael is the Head of Strategy at the Fintech & Payments Association of Ireland, and will share with you his predictions for the year ahead.

Watch the webinar on-demand and learn how card payments, open banking, crypto, digital wallets and much more will evolve in 2023.

Meet our speakers

Conor McKevitt

Webinar Host

Conor McKevitt, Conor is with AIBMS since 2019 and began his career as a Customer Success Manager. He has gained immense knowledge of the AIBMS product suite throughout his experience of managing customer relationships.

Conor’s current role is the SME Payments Technology Expert, and he looks forward to facilitating conversations about all that AIBMS has to offer in the following Webinar series.

Michael Concannon

Webinar Guest

Michael Concannon, Michael has worked in financial services for over 30 years. He holds a degree in Financial Services from UCD and is a Licentiate of the Institute of Bankers. He joined the Fintech and Payments Association of Ireland (FPAI) in 2018 as Head of Strategy and Development.

The FPAI aims to bring banking and Fintechs together for common good. Michael remains passionate about how Fintech is a positive force in financial services and can help bring tangible benefits to consumers and society at large.

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