AIR DATE & TIME
March 25, 2021 6:00 PM, 60min
Real-Time Payments (RTP) is a new development in the payments space and has been widely embraced by many financial institutions. However, despite having much to gain by adopting RTP, business adoption has been slow—so we set out to understand why.
Levvel’s research and industry experts recently spoke to hundreds of professionals with knowledge of their organizational financial processes to better understand RTP adoption challenges, the results of which are found in our 2021 Real-Time Payments Market Insight Report. Interestingly, the biggest reasons for low adoption are not the typical barriers seen around software implementation, like cost or gaining buy-in.
Hear from Levvel’s VP of Strategy, Greg Lloyd, and Keith Gray, VP of Strategic Partnerships at The Clearing House, for a discussion on their takeaways and insights from our report. Learn about today’s most prevalent adoption barriers, use cases, solutions to offer banking clients, and much more.
Meet the speakers
Vice President, Strategy
Vice President of Strategic Partnerships, TCH
Greg is the Vice President of Strategy at Levvel where he is responsible for helping drive Levvel’s enterprise strategy, and aligning and executing the strategy across the organization. Previously, Greg was a Senior Director in Levvel’s Financial Services & Payments Practice, holding a variety of responsibilities including managing key accounts and partnerships, leading large-scale engagements, and providing deep banking and payments expertise to our clients. Prior to Levvel, Greg held a variety of financial services roles at Bank of America, eSpeed/Cantor Fitzgerald, and Reuters. Greg holds an M.B.A. from the Darden School at the University of Virginia and a B.S. from the College of William and Mary. He currently resides in Charlotte, NC with his wife and four children.
Keith Gray is the Vice President of Strategic Partnerships at The Clearing House. Keith holds over 20 years of experience helping build and grow teams for tech companies, both as an individual contributor and leader, and boasts a strong track record of working with numerous early-stage companies to bring new products to market. Keith is a proven business leader with particular expertise in the areas of financial services, emerging payment solutions, mobile solutions, and online product delivery.