Representatives of the ATPC participated in the Global Financial Summit at the United States
Institute of Peace in Washington, D.C., on October 9, 2014. The Financial Services Roundtable, the
100-year-old leading advocacy organization for America’s financial services industry, hosted the
prestigious event that featured and attracted a wide-array of financial services executives.
Though a number of important and compelling speakers participated, some of the most notable were
Dr. Christopher Smith, Chairman of the London Stock Exchange; Timothy Massad, Chairman of the
U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission; William Sheedy, Corporate Strategy, VISA; and the
Honorable Gary Doer, Canadian Ambassador to the United States.
ATPC-sponsored panelists represented the industry, the ATPC at-large and each of the irrespective
enterprises. Panelists included Greg Boardman, SVP, Ingenico; Tony Catalfano, CEO, Worldpay U.S.;
and Paul Tiao, Partner, Hunton & Williams, LLP. ATPC Executive Director, H. West Richards,
moderated the discussion; Tony Catalfano explained the payments ecosystem and the impacts of the
shifting landscape; and Greg Boardman addressed Apple Pay and the climate of innovation. As former
head of the cyber-security team at the FBI, Paul Tiao was well-equipped to address the topic as it
relates to payments.