2020 Annual PacPay Members Meeting

April 30, 2020
9:00AM-12:00PM

HawaiiUSA FCU
1259 Aala St.
Honolulu, HI, 96817

Join your colleagues at PacPay's 2020 Annual Members Meeting to hear the latest on PacPay’s initiatives for 2020, updates from PAR/WACHA and the Federal Reserve Bank, along with the latest payments trends. We'll discuss the proposed FedNow ServiceSM as well as Same Day ACH, compliance updates and more.

This event is open exclusively to PacPay members, and is offered at no charge.

Agenda will be available at a later date. Please check back!

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Many Thanks to 2019 Members Meeting Attendees, Congratulations to TPI Scholarship Winner

Mary Gilmeister 2019 PacPay Meeting 2019 PacPay Meeting Attendees Richard Watada 2019 PacPay Meeting
Mary Gilmeister
President & CEO, PAR/WACHA
Meeting Attendees
2019 PacPay Members Meeting
Richard Watada
Regional Sales Manager, FRB


Aloha PacPay Members,

On behalf of Pacific Payments Alliance (PacPay) Board, I want to thank those of you who were able to attend our Annual Conference on April 24, 2019 that was held at First Hawaiian Bank. We would also like to send a huge congratulations to our scholarship winner. Jason Smith from Bank of Hawaii earned a free ticket into NACHA's TPI this July. We know he will use the knowledge gained at TPI to add further value to his organization.

We hope that you found the conference informative and worthwhile. With this conference, we had a few goals in mind: provide an update on PacPay, educate our members on the latest of what’s happening in the payments industry and provide an opportunity to network with other PacPay members. Your presence helped to make this event a success and your attention, along with your positive outlook helped to make our time together both productive and fun.

We hope that our lively group of speakers provided in-depth insight as well as actionable information for you to take back and apply in your professional lives. I think the common theme from all of our presenters was the expectation of faster service from our customers, real time payments in the near future, and the increased fraud risk to our environment. Last year during our Payments University sessions, PacPay and WACHA worked together to bring our membership a new session we called Fraud Day that focused on national as well as local fraud risks in our business.

Stay tuned for more events put on by your PacPay Board as we navigate the trending risks as well as ensuring we don’t forget about the basics. You can do this by visiting us at www.pacpay.org

Mahalo,

Jennifer Kuon
PacPay President