2018 Presentations

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How to Make the Most of Your Key Data Elements for Robust Risk Intelligence

Emailage examines six common data inputs and looks at the value they provide from a risk assessment context.

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International Expansion into the Latin American Region

allpago and Paddy Power Betfair look at key challenges and opportunities in three major Latin American markets representing tremendous growth opportunities for online retailers.

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Local Payment Processing via Merchant Aggregation Models

A panel of industry veterans discusses payment aggregation and provides overviews of nine rapidly growing eCommerce markets.

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Operational Planning and Benchmarking: A Basic Perspective on KPIs

Vesta explains the importance of key performance indicators and why they can help businesses make better risk migitation decisions.

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Panel: PSD2 and SCA

Slides supporting a panel discussion on Strong Customer Authentication and its role with the Payment Services Directive are presented.

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So You Want to Do Business in the U.S.: A Guide to Survive and Thrive

Get a primer on the eCommerce market in the United States and key considerations for non-U.S. retailers looking to enter the country in this presentation from Risk Ident and Whitepages Pro.

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The Digitalization of Retail Commerce

First Data explores 10 key trends in retailing and explains what they mean for companies looking to do more business online.

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The Open Banking Revolution

Citibank explains what Request to Pay is and examines relevant benefits and requirements.

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The Power of Positive Profiling

ACI Worldwide describes the value of leveraging a consortium approach for fraud data and how positive profiling can help companies improve their conversion rates.

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The Vaccination Philosophy to Fraud Management

Two industry veterans describe the concept of iatrogenics and explain why watchful waiting can be a better strategy than immediate intervention when it comes to mitigating fraud.

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