Visa School of Public Policy Past Workshops
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Tunis, Tunisia - Electronic Payments Workshop
The Electronic Payments Workshop is designed to provide participants with an overview of Electronic Payments, the benefits that it provides and the specific role of the various stakeholders in the Payments industry.
The Changing World of Payments Johannesburg
The program will combine academic inputs with keen insights from industry experts and practitioners. The methodology will be highly interactive and participant-centered, including brief lectures, experiential activities, simulations, small group discussions and live cases. A Duke CE orchestrator will weave the narrative thread through the various sessions of the program, to create an integrated learning experience, focusing on key take-aways and action items.
Training Program for Public Servants of Chinese Government Agencies
Since 2009, Visa has partnered with the State Administration of Foreign Expert Affairs (SAFEA) in China to educate senior government officials about the US financial system and the institutions and regulations that govern it. This year, Visa brought 11 Chinese financial regulators and government officials on a three-week education and exchange program with the help of Stanford University Graduate School of Business.
Yangon, Myanmar - Visa Media Workshop
This workshop is aimed at providing you with an overview of electronic payments and its impact and benefits to a growing economy.
A discussion on the payment landscape will highlight the opportunities to bring the unbanked and/or underserved into the formal economy and create improved efficiencies, safer transactions and savings for stakeholders.
Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar - Payments Essentials Workshop
The Visa payment ecosystem is built on a foundation of the four-party model which involves both the acceptance of payments and the issuance of payment tools. This workshop is designed to provide you firstly with an overview of electronic payments and its benefits to a growing economy. As we start to understand the value, a review of the acceptance challenges and opportunities will inform governments on the need to implement policies that promote card activation, usage and acceptance.
It is widely recognized that payments will continue to evolve driven by advancing technology which is fueling payment innovations. We will also take a look at how innovation has impacted the key stakeholders of our payment ecosystem.
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