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Analyzing FedNow & What It Means for Your Credit Union

Thursday, April 15, 2021 ~ 1:00 PM (CT)

This event is free of charge.

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The future is here: real-time payments are coming to Main Street America. Across the country, credit unions are preparing to bring faster payment rails to their members and communities with existing and emerging real-time payment services. The foundation for real-time payments has been laid through years of collaboration within the industry and a multi-faceted approach to ensure institutions on each and every corner of the nation have equal access to this landmark transformation.

Don’t miss the opportunity to hear the latest about FedNow from the Federal Reserve, and what this transformational service means for your credit union.


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Presenter

Dan Gonzalez
Vice President – National Account Director, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago

Dan Gonzalez is a Vice President – National Account Director for the Federal Reserve’s Customer Relations and Support Office, based out of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.

Dan is responsible for collaborating and engaging with the industry to define and prioritize payments system improvements that advance the speed, efficiency and security of payments. He has overall responsibility for the Federal Reserve’s Financial Services relationships for the top 25 financial institutions in the country, as well as payment networks and service providers.

Dan has spent the last several years working closely with key industry participants on their efforts to establish faster payments and improve the efficiency of the payment system.

 

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