CUNA Payments Roundtable to address fresh lineup of topics in 2015

MADISON, WI (December 16, 2014) – In order to keep credit unions on pace with today’s ever-changing payments arena, CUNA announced today that CUNA Payments Roundtable will address an entirely new set of credit union-specific payments topics in 2015. Registration and details for the roundtable, taking place June 1-2, 2015 in New Orleans, LA, are available at

“Last year’s roundtable made a big impact, keying us in on topics ranging from Bitcoin to upcoming changes in mobile payments,” said James Carrick, Learning Events Vice President. “This year we will keep our focus on big-impact issues, but with a whole new round of topics and guests for 2015.”

CUNA Payments Roundtable brings together the major players from the credit union industry and beyond for discussions exploring the implications for the new era of payments systems and latest trends in the credit union industry. Attendees of this year’s roundtable will take part in facilitated discussions with entrepreneurs and experts alike to get an early look at upcoming technologies, hear unbiased analysis of the latest trends in the credit union industry and set a strategy for their own payments.

This year’s topics include:

  • The Mobile Moments of Opportunity
  • Are Mobile Payments Really More Secure?
  • Payments and the Regulatory Environment
  • Developing a Payments Strategy
  • And more

For more information on CUNA Payments Roundtable and to register, visit

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