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Shawn Henry

President | CrowdStrike Services

As President of CrowdStrike Services, Shawn leads a world-­‐class team of cybersecurity professionals who help organizations protect their most sensitive intellectual property and national security information from Targeted Attacks. Shawn retired as FBI Executive Assistant Director (EAD) in March 2012, with responsibility for all criminal and cyber programs and investigations worldwide, as well as international operations and the FBI’s critical incident response. During his career as a Special Agent, Shawn served in three FBI Field Offices and at FBI Headquarters, where he held a wide range of operational and leadership positions, including Assistant Director in Charge of the Washington Field Office.

Jordan Kelley

CEO | RoboCoin

Jordan is a serial entrepreneur with a passion for excellence. As a third generation Las Vegan, Jordan was fortunate enough to witness first hand the brilliance of a city that is entrepreneurial, successful and endlessly entertaining. His father, Kevin Kelley, one of Las Vegas’ great casino operators, advises closely on all deals. After his freshman year at Babson College, Jordan co-founded jobbi.com with enormous success. As the CEO of Handii and RoboCoin, Jordan endeavors to change the world in more ways than one.

David Kinitsky

Senior Director | SecondMarket
General Manager | Bitcoin Investment Trust

David joined SecondMarket in 2009, where he is currently a senior director and the general manager of the Bitcoin Investment Trust (BIT), working to develop business strategy, leading business development efforts and overseeing all day-to-day operations. Prior to joining SecondMarket, he worked at a boutique investment fund consulting group and private placement agent, where he led a six-person team in providing marketing, structuring and fundraising consulting services to more than 45 alternative asset fund managers with over $8 billion in assets under management. David has also spent time with Beigelman, Feldman & Associates, Palm Pictures and Sanctuary Records in New York.

Bryan Krohn

Chief Financial Officer | BitPay

Bryan Krohn is the CFO for BitPay, the leading payment processor for accepting bitcoin payments. As CFO, Mr. Krohn directs all aspects of the company’s accounting and financial areas. With more than 20 years experience in finance, Mr. Krohn is a successful finance and operations professional with expertise in international finance, business integration, cost optimization, and organizational restructure. Prior to BitPay, Mr. Krohn was Vice President of Financial Operations at OmniVue where he was responsible for the direction and oversight of all accounting and financial functions. He has also held financial executive positions at Molnlycke Healthcare, Communication Technical Systems, American Data Corporation, and Pueblo International. Mr. Krohn has a BBA in Accounting from Georgia State University.

Mike Lee

CEO | ATM Industry Association (ATMIA)

Mike Lee joined ATMIA in 2000 and was tasked with setting up ATMIA Europe. In June 2003 he founded the Global ATM Security Alliance. He has also established chapters in Australia, South Africa and Asia. In 2004, he won ATMIA’s member-voted award for Best Contribution to Promoting the Interests of the ATM Industry. He was promoted to CEO in 2005. Mike has a Master of Arts degree from the University of Cape Town, as well as post-graduate qualifications in education and theology. Mike is a qualified futurist with an MPhil degree in Futures Studies (cum laude) from the University of Stellenbosch business school in Cape Town.

ADDITIONAL PRESENTERS

Lynne Barr

Partner | Goodwin Procter LLP

Lynne is chair of Goodwin Procter’s Consumer Financial Services Practice. She advises banks, brokerage concerns, mortgage companies, and other entities on general corporate matters, including the operation and offering of their products and services, particularly in the context of federal and state regulation of financial institutions and their activities. Lynne has extensive experience in credit and mortgage lending matters (including licensing, disclosure, documentation, interest rate limitations and credit reporting), fair lending and equal credit opportunity issues, credit and deposit services, electronic banking and Internet services, and insurance products. She is General Council to the EFTA.

Max Belin

Vice President | ATM Business Development | LAC Region

In his role as VP of ATM Business Development for MasterCard’s Latin America and Caribbean Region, Max leads the efforts for growing MasterCard’s ATM business in the LAC region. The MasterCard ATM Network is the world’s largest ATM network, with more than two million ATMs globally, of which over 250,000 are in Latin America. MasterCard’s ATM network provides cash access to holders of MasterCard, Maestro and Cirrus branded cards in 210 countries and territories worldwide. Working closely with MasterCard’s Chip Center of Excellence, Max is focused on growing the number of ATM acquirers in the LAC Region that have migrated their networks to EMV compliance.

Suzanne Cluckey

Editor | ATMmarketplace.com

Suzanne Cluckey is a writer with more than 25 years of experience in journalism and mass communications. Her work has appeared in trade journals and consumer publications throughout the U.S. and she has covered a vast range of topics from cider-making to software development. In addition to her work for ATMmarketplace, she has written for FastCasual.com, KioskMarketplace.com, and MobilePaymentsToday.com.

Troy Cullen

President, Elan Financial | US Bank

Troy is president & general manager for ATM & Debit Services for Elan Financial Services. In this role, he manages and is responsible for the overall P&L of the business, leads the day-to-day operations of the organization, and is responsible for leading the strategic direction and investment philosophy needed to grow and thrive. Previously, Troy has had responsibility for the sales, relationship management, product and marketing departments providing EFT Services to the financial institution, gaming and ISO spaces. He possesses 20-plus years of experience in the financial services industry and has held positions in cash management, corporate banking, treasury services, payment systems, merchant processing and agent credit card environments.

Leland Englebardt

Group Head | Global Network Products | Mastercard

In his role as group head of Global Network Products, Leland leads the team responsible for growing MasterCard’s global ATM business and represents the Global Network Products business unit to MasterCard’s North America regional management. The MasterCard ATM Network is the world’s largest ATM network, with more than two million ATMs, and provides cash access to holders of MasterCard, Maestro and Cirrus-branded cards in 210 countries and territories worldwide. In 2011 and 2012, Leland was issued US patents for payment card and network innovations. He also invented the MasterCard Debit Hologram, which is required to appear on all debit MasterCard cards issued in the United States.

Erin Fonté

Payments Lawyer | Cox Smith

Erin Fonté assists clients with a broad range of matters related to banking and financial services (including related legal and regulatory issues), e-commerce, technology/Internet products, privacy and data protection laws, and general corporate matters. As part of the firm’s highly regarded financial institutions team, Erin represents national banks, state banks and bank holding companies and their officers, directors and shareholders in corporate, securities and regulatory matters, as well as providing operational lending, compliance and litigation services. Erin also has experience with e-commerce and privacy issues, and has handled numerous technology-oriented matters for software, computer hardware, banking, Internet and retail corporate clients.

Will Hernandez

Editor | MobilePaymentsToday.com

Will Hernandez has 14 years of experience ranging from newspapers to wire services and trade publications. Before becoming Editor of Mobile Payments Today, he spent two years as the content manager for PaymentsJournal.com, a leading payments industry news aggregator and information hub published by Mercator Advisory Group. He spent four years covering the payments industry as an associate editor for multiple publications in SourceMedia’s Payments Group based in Chicago including ATM&Debit News, CardLine, PaymentsSource.com, ISO&Agent Weekly and American Banker. Will helped launched SourceMedia’s bi-weekly newsletter, Mobile Banker, and built and cultivated the Payments Group’s first Twitter presence. Will holds a B.A. in Journalism from St. John’s University (NY).

Bob Hill

Vice President of Market Strategy | Early Warning

Bob joined Early Warning in 2008, focusing on short- and long-term solutions for the credit card segment. He provided leadership for the company’s Credit Advisory Committee, securing a significant amount of data from card issuers for research and development and enabled the analytics group to assess the value of our shared databases in mitigating credit and fraud losses. Bob was part of the Deluxe Corporate Strategy group that acquired ChexSystems, SCAN, and other businesses and was a key leader in the team that developed the plan to create eFunds. In that role he led the creation of Debit Bureau and product strategies that grew Deluxe and eFunds Risk Management revenues from $45M to more than $125M.

Amy Davine Kim

Counsel | Buckley Sandler LLP

Amy Davine Kim advises clients in the areas of U.S. regulation of international business, financial services and international private equity transactions, with a focus on AML/BSA and electronic payments. Ms. Kim advises financial services companies and other clients on matters involving federal and state regulatory compliance, in particular those involving anti-money laundering and electronic payments matters regulated under the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) and by the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). She further advises clients in matters involving the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), the laws administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) and anti-boycott laws and regulations. She develops international compliance and training programs involving these laws, and advises on specific matters and transactions governed by such laws.

John Leehy

President and Chief Executive Officer | Payment Alliance International

John Leehy has been a leader in the field of payment processing for more than three decades. As Chairman and CEO of Payment Alliance International (PAI), Leehy has grown this Louisville based start up into a national leader in payment processing with more than 65,000 ATMs and over 85,000 retail customers throughout the United States. Throughout his career, Leehy has held senior leadership positions with numerous payments companies including Financial Alliance Processing Services, National Processing Company, and First Data Corporation. Leehy serves on the ATMIA International Board of Directors, the Board of Directors for Green Technologies Environmental Coatings, and has a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Nebraska at Kearney.

JOHN MacALLISTER

Principal | Dorado Industries

John has led or participated in numerous client projects involving issues of strategic direction, product and market profitability, merger and acquisition planning, and performance measurement criteria over the course of his 30 years in payments consulting. His experience prior to entering the payments consulting profession includes 10 years as a vice president—commercial lending with Union Bank in Los Angeles and four years as president and chief operating officer of Spring Corporation, a fully-integrated real estate sales, development, and services company in Los Angeles.

Wayne Malone

Head of Citishare & Global ATMs | Citi, Global Retail Group

Wayne has over 25 years experience in payments with two of the world’s largest FI’s: Citibank and JP Morgan Chase. Over this time, he has helped build a merchant acquiring business, launched global debit card programs, managed global ATM channels, introduced Citi ATMs at 7-Eleven, created retail bank loyalty programs (Thank You), expanded remittance initiatives, developed liabilities business strategies, helped introduce prepaid card programs around the world and is currently heading Citi’s proprietary switch network called Citishare. In addition, he continues to manage Citi’s international ATM, Debit and Consumer Prepaid businesses.

ELIZABETH McQUERRY

Partner | Glenbrook Partners

Elizabeth has over a decade of experience in developing global payments services. She has worked extensively in retail payments focusing on international remittances, person-to-person, business, and government payments. As the head of FedGlobal ACH Payments for the Federal Reserve Retail Payments Office, Elizabeth was responsible for developing the program’s strategic direction, new product development, and market outreach program. Her experience includes developing new standards for international payments in the ACH network as well as being a founding contributor to the International Payments Framework Association (IPFA), helping to develop a method to simplify the exchange of cross-border payments across disparate formats. Elizabeth also worked at Microfinance International Corporation where she helped expand the company’s payment network and to implement mobile-initiated cross-border payments.

Benito Rossiti

Director of Relationships | TecBan

Benito is the director of client relationships at TecBan since 2007. He oversees the market intelligence, pre-sales, new business development, executive account management and customer service functions in the company. He has over 25 years of experience in the financial services and information technology industries. Prior to joining TecBan, he worked for IBM in the financial services sector and also held executive positions in other multi-national software companies in Brazil and Latin America. He has a B.Sc. degree in computer science and mathematics from the University of Toronto, and an MBA in global management from Duke University.

Arjan Schütte

Managing Partner | Core Innovation Capital

Arjan is the founder and a managing partner of Core Innovation Capital. He is also a senior advisor to the Center for Financial Services Innovation, the nation’s leading authority on the underbanked market. He was previously a senior manager at CFSI from its inception until Core was launched in 2010. Through CFSI and Core, he has invested in some of the most innovative companies serving the underbanked, including AccountNow, CircleLending, iSend, L2C, and BankingUp. Arjan serves on the board of portfolio companies Ripple Labs, SavvyMoney, TIO Networks, and Wipit and is an advisory board member for several companies including Progreso Financiero.

Warren Tryon

Senior Policy Advisor | Roberts, Raheb & Gradler

Warren provides strategic advice to clients on public policy, political strategy and legislative matters on financial services and judiciary issues. Warren recently left Capitol Hill with over 20 years of House and Senate experience and was named in National Journal’s “Top Hill Staffers” magazine as one of the lead congressional staffers during his tenure serving as the deputy staff director for the House Financial Services Committee where he advised members of the committee and managed the committee staff. Furthermore, as a member of the management team, he developed the agenda for hearings and markups, and created the Financial Services Committee coalition outreach efforts to outside groups.

Deborah White

EVP & General Counsel | Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA)

Deborah oversees RILA’s corporate legal and litigation responsibilities. She also serves as president of the Retail Litigation Center, which was created in 2010 to serve as the voice of the retail industry in the judicial branch. She is the principal contact for RILA’s General Counsel Committee. Prior to joining RILA, Deborah founded a firm to counsel select supermarket companies and to serve as executive director of the recycled paperboard industry’s trade association. Her retail trade association experience includes more than a decade at the Food Marketing Institute as the association’s senior vice president & chief legal officer. From 1992 to 1998, White practiced law at the firm of Keller and Heckman, LLP.
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Erin Fonté

PAYMENTS LAWYER | COX SMITH

Erin Fonté assists clients with a broad range of matters related to banking and financial services (including related legal and regulatory issues), e-commerce, technology/Internet products, privacy and data protection laws, and general corporate matters. As part of the firm’s highly regarded financial institutions team, Erin represents national banks, state banks and bank holding companies and their officers, directors and shareholders in corporate, securities and regulatory matters, as well as providing operational lending, compliance and litigation services. Erin also has experience with e-commerce and privacy issues, and has handled numerous technology-oriented matters for software, computer hardware, banking, Internet and retail corporate clients.
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Amy Davine Kim

Counsel | BuckleySandler LLP

Amy Davine Kim advises clients in the areas of U.S. regulation of international business, financial services and international private equity transactions, with a focus on AML/BSA and electronic payments. Ms. Kim advises financial services companies and other clients on matters involving federal and state regulatory compliance, in particular those involving anti-money laundering and electronic payments matters regulated under the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) and by the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). She further advises clients in matters involving the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), the laws administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) and anti-boycott laws and regulations. She develops international compliance and training programs involving these laws, and advises on specific matters and transactions governed by such laws.
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Arjan Schütte

Managing Partner | Core Innovation Capital

Arjan is the founder and a managing partner of Core Innovation Capital. He is also a senior advisor to the Center for Financial Services Innovation, the nation’s leading authority on the underbanked market. He was previously a senior manager at CFSI from its inception until Core was launched in 2010. Through CFSI and Core, he has invested in some of the most innovative companies serving the underbanked, including AccountNow, CircleLending, iSend, L2C, and BankingUp. Arjan serves on the board of portfolio companies Ripple Labs, SavvyMoney, TIO Networks, and Wipit and is an advisory board member for several companies including Progreso Financiero.
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