Events

2023 Global Annual Meeting

Overview
Program
Speakers
Venue & Accommodations

Overview

Dancing with Disruption: Retooling for Success

Thank you to all our attendees, exhibitors, partners, presenters, speakers, sponsors, and our program planning committee for making the 2023 BAFT Global Annual Meeting our best annual meeting to date! We will be California dreaming until we can all gather again next year.

We had a record-breaking number of attendees, speakers, and sponsors who were able to make the most of bilateral and networking meetings in the afternoons and time for thought leadership sessions in the mornings.

Session Recap


• Fireside Chat with Onyx by JP Morgan CEO

Maram Al-Jazireh, Sr. Vice President, Global Head of Financial Institutions at Arab Bank, puts Onyx by JP Morgan’s Umar Farooq, Global Head of Financial Institution Payments and CEO of Onyx by JP Morgan, under the spotlight with pointed questions of how Onyx, using blockchain technology, can change how money, information, and assets move around the world. Onyx is the world’s first bank-led blockchain platform for exchanging value, information, and digital assets.


• The Evolution of Correspondent Banking – Building a More Inclusive Network to Connect the World

Moderated by Aaron Zynczak, Senior Vice President, Director of International Banking, at First Citizens Bank, and joined by Vanessa Lin, Managing Director, Head of Commercialization & Digital / Treasury Services at BNY Mellon; Jean-Francois Mazure, Head of Cash Clearing Services at Societe Generale; and Attia Salim, Chapter Lead Payments at ING, this panel discussed the growing issue of the accessibility to Correspondent Banking, De-Risking in light of tighter regulatory concerns, and Financial Inclusion to underserved regions.

May 2 in San Francisco, California at the 2023 BAFT Global Annual Meeting


• New Frontiers in Payments

With rapidly evolving technologies in an ever-changing landscape, the New Frontiers in Payments panel – moderated by Kalyani Bhatia, Global Head of Payments & PMI Go To Market, Business Development at SWIFT, and joined by Richard Dzina, Sr. Vice President at The Clearing House; Matt Loos, Sr. Vice President, Head of Wires and Clearing, Product Management at Wells Fargo; Martin Maciak, Head of US Client Relationships, Financial Institutions at Bank of China; and Colleen Ostrowski, Sr. Vice President, Treasurer and General Manager, Treasury as a Service at Visa Inc. – sought to explore new developments in innovation and new technology (Rich data, CBDCs, ISO20022), progress towards instant and frictionless cross border payments, and predictions for the global payments industry, such as RMB in the US.

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Program

April 30, 2023
May 1, 2023
May 2, 2023
May 3, 2023
April 30, 2023 - Program times are in Pacific Time zone (PT)

9:00 AM – 5:30 PM

Bilateral Meetings

Bilateral meetings are an important component of the BAFT Global Annual Meeting. To allow attendees time to participate in the educational portion of the conference and hear our esteemed speakers, BAFT has designated specific times during the program for bilateral meetings. As you plan bilateral meetings, we would like to remind you of BAFT’s policy to only conduct meetings during designated hours only, noted below.

  • Sunday, April 30: All Day
  • Monday, May 1: Before 8:30 AM PT and after 1:00 PM PT
  • Tuesday, May 2: Before 8:30 AM PT and after 2:00 PM PT
  • Wednesday, May 3: Before 8:30 AM PT and after 10:30 AM PT

Meetings should not be held outside of these hours. Everyone must be registered for the conference to attend bilateral meetings.

5:30 PM – 6:30 PM

Opening Reception

Grand Ballroom, Street Level

Kick off the Global Annual Meeting with a drink and aperitifs as you reconnect with colleagues, clients, and other attendees. This event is open to all registered attendees.

Sponsored by 

6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Opening Dinner and Dance

Grand Ballroom, Street Level

Get your dancing shoes ready as we celebrate the start of the Global Annual Meeting. This is a casual dinner and dance event with tons of merriment, dips, twirls, and turns as you dance the night away!

Sponsored by 

May 1, 2023 - Program times are in Pacific Time zone (PT). General Sessions are at the Grand Ballroom, Street Level.

7:30 AM – 8:30 AM

Networking Breakfast

Grand Ballroom B&C, street level

8:30 AM – 9:00 AM

Welcome Day 1

Tod Burwell
President & CEO
BAFT

9:00 AM – 9:10 AM

Nominating Committee

Mark Garfield
Nominating Committee Chair, BAFT
Head, Global Financial Institutions, Zions Bancorporation

9:10 AM – 9:40 AM

Fireside Chat with VISA Senior Executive

Featured Speaker

Chris Newkirk
Global Head of New Flows
VISA

with

Tod Burwell
President & CEO
BAFT

9:40 AM – 10:20 AM

Tracking and Communicating ESG’s Long-Term Value: Best Practices and Technology Enablers

Banking is facing increasing pressure over ESG performance, by shareholders and activists, with quantitative ways of analyzing the impact of activities, in trade and transaction banking, vital in achieving company and wider sustainability goals. In this session, the expert panel will discuss the challenges banking, in particular trade and transaction banking, faces in delivering on ESG goals, and the importance of technology in enabling ESG-compliant business.

Moderator

Christopher Burtch
Managing Director, Head of Correspondent Banking Americas
Standard Chartered Bank

Panelists

Marissa Adams
Managing Director, Americas Regional Head of Global Trade and Receivables Finance
HSBC

Erik Kiaer
Managing Director – ESG Strategy and Transformation Leader, Financial Services
Deloitte

Ian Laverty
Chief Revenue Officer
TradeSun

10:20 AM – 10:40 AM

Networking Break

Sponsored by 

10:40 AM – 11:40 PM

Learning from Disruption to Retool for Success

Author, economic and social theorist, and political advisor, Jeremy Rifkin, will share his points of view on market forces and challenges disrupting our business models today. Is the technological revolution leading us to a zero marginal cost society? Are local/regional and distributed networks replacing the cloud, globalization, and centralized networks? Come prepared to ask questions and gain valuable insights as he shares learnings from other industries with the banking industry to help us navigate this new revolution taking place right in front of our eyes.

Featured Speaker

Jeremy Rifkin
American Economic & Social Theorist, Author, and Political Advisor

with

Patrik Havander
Head of B2B Connect /Cross Border Money Movement Europe
Visa

11:40 AM – 12:10 PM

Future Leaders Presentation
  • Sustainability
  • Technology and Fraud Prevention in Trade Finance

12:10 PM – 12:55 PM

New Frontiers in Payments

The financial industry is rapidly evolving with the rise of new technologies, shaping how we transact, from mobile payments, digital wallets, and blockchain to CBDCs. The new frontier of payments is marketed by innovation to enhance the speed, transparency, and security of payments systems opening up new opportunities for businesses and consumers. Our esteemed panel will discuss these current and emerging trends, plus take a stab at what the global payments industry might look like in the future.

Moderator

Kalyani Bhatia
Global Head of Payments & PMI Go To Market, Business Development
SWIFT

Panelists

Richard Dzina
Senior Vice President
The Clearing House

Matt Loos
Senior Vice President
Head of Wires and Clearing
Product Management
Wells Fargo Bank

Martin Maciak
Head of US Client Relationships, Financial Institutions
Bank of China

Colleen Ostrowski
Senior Vice President, Treasurer and General Manager, Treasury as a Service
Visa Inc

12:55 PM – 1:00 PM

Wrap up day 1

1:00 PM – Evening

Bilateral Meetings

Bilateral meetings are an important component of the BAFT Global Annual Meeting. To allow attendees time to participate in the educational portion of the conference and hear our esteemed speakers, BAFT has designated specific times during the program for bilateral meetings. As you plan bilateral meetings, we would like to remind you of BAFT’s policy to only conduct meetings during designated hours only, noted below.

  • Sunday, April 30: All Day
  • Monday, May 1: Before 8:30 AM PT and after 1:00 PM PT
  • Tuesday, May 2: Before 8:30 AM PT and after 2:00 PM PT
  • Wednesday, May 3: Before 8:30 AM PT and after 10:30 AM PT

Meetings should not be held outside of these hours. Everyone must be registered for the conference to attend bilateral meetings.

1:30 PM

Workshop: Cultivating a strong supply chain finance partnership through economic uncertainty: Benefits, best practices and opportunities

Pacific Concourse F, Concourse Level

Rising interest rates. Recession. Layoffs. Liquidity risk. Amid these issues, and the broader state of economic uncertainty, what are best practices for — and the opportunities created by — cultivating a strong supply chain finance partnership? And how do you find the right partner in the first place?

  • Criteria for evaluating a prospective supply chain finance partner
  • The advantages of leveraging a partner platform versus building out your own
  • The benefits of tapping into a multi-funder network
  • Opportunities created by a strong supply chain finance partnership
  • How, through uncertainty, the right partnership helps build deeper customer relationships

Speakers

Nathan Feather
Chief Financial Officer
PrimeRevenue

Mona Ghazzaoui
Managing Director, Head Receivable and Payable Financing Americas
Crédit Agricole CIB

Sponsored by 

2:15 PM

Workshop: Banking on eUCP: 3 New Digital LC Use Cases for Growth

Pacific Concourse F, Concourse Level

The eUCP is an important framework for the digital Letter of Credit (LC), but there is untapped potential for growth. Contour explores three new ways that will rethink the use of LCs, giving corporates faster and better access to trade finance.

Speaker

Joshua Kroeker
Chief Product Officer
Contour

Sponsored by

3:10 PM

Workshop: What Do Investment-grade Clients Demand to Support their Inventory Needs?

Pacific Concourse F, Concourse Level

Amid increasing economic turmoil, credit risks and higher lending costs, banks are in a bind to keep trade finance assets accessible. Meanwhile demand from corporates – especially for inventory financing – is also on the rise. Can fintech platforms provide a cost-effective, low risk solution for banks to cash in on the billion-dollar inventory market, capture quality credit clients and demand higher yield?

Speakers

Eric Allmendinger
1TCC Technology and Product Management Strategist

Peter Hasenkamp
Global Supply Chain Strategies (ex VP SCM, Lucid Motors, Tesla)

Chris Parga
Director of Business Development, UPS Global Logistics and Distribution

Vishal Patel
Strategist, former Director of US and Emerging Market Credit at Blackrock

Sponsored by Trade Capital Corporation

May 2, 2023 - Program times are in Pacific Time zone (PT). General Sessions are at the Grand Ballroom, Street Level.

6:30 AM – 8:00 AM

Networking Breakfast

Grand Ballroom B&C, street level

7:00 AM – 8:00 AM

Graduation Breakfast: Future Leaders Class of 2023

Grand Ballroom A

Celebrate the graduation of our latest class of Future Leaders, the class of 2023!

8:15 AM – 8:25 AM

Welcome Day 2

Deepa Sinha
Vice President, Payments & Financial Crime
BAFT

8:25 AM – 8:55 AM

Fireside Chat with Onyx by JP Morgan CEO

Speaker

Umar Farooq
Global Head of Financial Institution Payments
CEO
Onyx by JP Morgan

with

Maram Al-Jazireh
Senior Vice President, Global Head of Financial Institutions
Arab Bank

8:55 AM – 9:05 AM

Overview - Collaborative Innovation: Partner or Build

Speaker

Jim Toffey
CEO
LiquidX

9:05 AM – 9:45 AM

Deeper Dive - Collaborative Innovation: Partner or Build

Market expectations, technological advancements, and competitive demands are continuing to transform the trade and payments world, and increasingly driving the need for innovation and digitization. However, innovation in the industry has focused primarily on the front-end customer experience and in-house operational efficiency and enhancements such as data analytics and automation. Little has challenged the status quo of the core underlying cross-border payment processing capabilities that drive the execution of settlement in trade and payments. This panel will consider the breadth of competing opportunities applied in the market today, from core middle/back-office system transformation and digitization to Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning solutions. They will also discuss how organizations are approaching their innovation and digitization agendas, the key challenges they face, how transformation is prioritized to effectively meet the needs and expectations of the market, as well as what may be next in terms of systemic change across the domain.

Moderator

David Williams
Director, Head of US Banks and Fintech, International Corporate Bank
Barclays

Panelists

Pat Devilbiss
Senior Offering Manager, Trade and Supply Chain Solutions
CGI

Jordane Rollin
Managing Director, Head of Trade & Working Capital, Americas
Standard Chartered Bank

Jim Toffey
CEO
LiquidX

9:45 AM – 10:20 AM

What Does It Take to Attract, Retain and Develop the Best in Our Industry?

The world is currently facing unprecedented hiring challenges. In this session, we will discuss how to attract and retain top talent in the banking and payments industry by positioning global transaction banking as the worldwide intersection of markets, data, and software. Let’s learn and grow together to develop innovative minds who are passionate about International Trade.

Speakers

Andy Arduini
Senior Managing Director, Global Advisory & Working Capital Finance
Huntington National Bank

Lynette Gillen
Vice President, Commercial Solutions and Trade
Royal Bank of Canada

Amy Horack
Director, Product Launch and Client Communications for Global Card and Comprehensive Payables
Bank of America

10:20 AM – 10:35 AM

Future Leaders Presentation
  • Correspondent Banking Model

10:35 AM – 10:55 AM

Networking Break

Sponsored by 

10:55 AM – 11:35 AM

The Evolution of Correspondent Banking – Building a More Inclusive Network to Connect the World

Over the past 10 years, traditional correspondent banking has experienced exponential changes across product delivery and servicing, regulatory compliance as well as relationship building. The need for both inclusivity and integrated automation amid scarce resources has never been greater. This interactive panel will explore best practices, current trends, and future endeavors around global transaction banking as a correspondent service.

Moderator

Aaron Zynczak
Senior Vice President, Director of International Banking
First Citizens Bank

Panelists

Vanessa Lin
Managing Director, Head of Commercialization & Digital / Treasury Services
BNY Mellon

Jean-Francois Mazure
Head of Cash Clearing Services
Societe Generale

Attia Salim
Chapter Lead Payments
ING

11:35 AM – 12:05 PM

Future Leaders Presentation
  • Banking in the Metaverse
  • The Evolution of Transaction Banking Business Models

12:05 PM – 12:45 PM

Global Economic Sanctions and Geopolitical Developments - Forces and Challenges Affecting the Transaction Banking Industry

It’s been an unprecedented year of sanctions. Our distinguished panel will discuss lessons learned these past 12 months, and how the macroeconomic and geo-political forces, sanctions, and export controls have affected global trade and investments.

Moderator

Miriam Ratkovicova
Managing Director, Risk & Financial Advisory
Deloitte Transactions and Business Analytics LLP

Panelists

Stephen Alsace
Global Head, Economic Sanctions
Royal Bank of Canada

Idrissa Diop
Director Compliance
Afreximbank

Mark Garfield
Head, Global Financial Institutions
Zions Bancorporation

12:45 PM – 2:00 PM

Lunch Session: Geopolitics and the Macroeconomy

A fireside chat to walk us through the current macroeconomic landscape where we face challenges we have not seen for decades. This session will also cover the different macroeconomic forces impacting our industry.

Speaker

Padhraic Garvey
Regional Head of Research, Americas
ING Financial Markets LLC/ING Capital Markets LLC

with

Robert Celata
Executive Vice President & Managing Director
PNC Capital Markets

2:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Bilateral Meetings

Bilateral meetings are an important component of the BAFT Global Annual Meeting. To allow attendees time to participate in the educational portion of the conference and hear our esteemed speakers, BAFT has designated specific times during the program for bilateral meetings. As you plan bilateral meetings, we would like to remind you of BAFT’s policy to only conduct meetings during designated hours only, noted below.

  • Sunday, April 30: All Day
  • Monday, May 1: Before 8:30 AM PT and after 1:00 PM PT
  • Tuesday, May 2: Before 8:30 AM PT and after 2:00 PM PT
  • Wednesday, May 3: Before 8:30 AM PT and after 10:30 AM PT

Meetings should not be held outside of these hours. Everyone must be registered for the conference to attend bilateral meetings.

2:30 PM - 3:15 PM

Workshop: Using the Market to Manage Financial Crime Risk: A Workshop on Risk-based Pricing

Pacific Concourse F, Concourse Level

Speakers

Michael Heller
Head of Financial Crime Compliance Proposition
Dow Jones

Jaap van der Molen
Global Head AML & Sanctions
ABN AMRO

Shane Riedel
Founder & CEO
Elucidate

Sponsored by Elucidate

6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Networking Reception

Hotel Atrium Level

Unwind in a more casual setting with colleagues, clients, and fellow attendees while enjoying a drink and some hors d’oeuvres.

Sponsored by 
Barclays

May 3, 2023 - Program times are in Pacific Time zone (PT). General sessions are at the Grand Ballroom, Street Level.

7:30 AM – 8:30 AM

Networking Breakfast

Grand Ballroom foyer, street level

8:30 AM – 8:40 AM

Welcome Day 3

Scott Stevenson
Senior Vice President, Trade
BAFT

8:40 AM – 9:10 AM

Cyber: Trends and Applications to the Banking Industry

A fitting start to day 3, hear from a serial entrepreneur from Silicon Valley on cyber risks and trends, as well as areas to look out for, as the banking industry accelerates its move towards digitization and commercializing the use of customer data.

Featured Speaker

Amjad Afanah
CEO and Co-founder
Stealth

with

David Cooperman
Managing Director, Business Consulting
Ernst & Young

9:10 AM – 09:50 AM

What Happened with the DLT and Trade? Shaping the Future of Digital Trade Services

Session discussion will cover the uptake, or lack thereof, of digital trade services, drawing on the challenges, successes, and failures across the ecosystem.

Moderator

Scott Stevenson
Senior Vice President, Trade
BAFT

Panelists

Merlin Dowse
Executive Director, Product Manager
JP Morgan

Srinivasan Sriram
Founder and CEO
Skuchain

09:50 AM – 10:30 AM

Transaction Banking 2050

Moderator

Suresh Subramanian
Managing Director, Head Trade & Treasury Solutions Americas
BNP Paribas

Panelists

Chris Hill
Head of Business Development for North America
SWIFT

David Scola
Chief Executive, US
Form 3

Valeria Sica
Global Head of Trade Data, Partnerships, and Innovation
Citi

10:30 AM

Closing Remarks

Tod Burwell
President & CEO
BAFT

 

Inviting Banks with Asset Size of USD$250bn or Less

The Global Regional Bank Conference will follow immediately after the conclusion of the Global Annual Meeting on Wednesday, May 3. This event is specially designed for banks with an asset size of USD$250bn or less, regardless of geographic location. The conference will cover topics of interest and provide an atmosphere of open discussion amongst like banks facing similar issues. A separate registration is required to attend this exclusive event. Those planning to attend both the Global Regional Bank and the Global Annual Meeting will receive a discounted rate for the Global Annual Meeting.

Speakers

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May 2, 2023
May 3, 2023
May 1, 2023 - 2023 BAFT Global Annual Meeting
Marissa Adams
Marissa Adams
Managing Director & Head of Global Trade and Receivables Finance, North America
HSBC

Marissa Adams leads HSBC’s Global Trade and Receivables Finance business for North America. Her team supports customers with innovative working capital solutions and risk mitigation tools to enable both regional and international trade. She is focused on ensuring that trade finance supports the ESG ambitions of companies of all sizes and promoting the further democratization of trade finance for the benefit of all members of the global supply chain.

Kalyani Bhatia
Kalyani Bhatia
Global Head of Payments PMI Go To Market
SWIFT

Kalyani Bhatia is the Global Head of Payments & PMI Go To Market in Business Development at SWIFT. Her team of payment and payment market infrastructure experts execute the SWIFT Strategy through data driven prioritization, standardized programmes and global expertise. She is responsible for supporting global business product programmes including gpi, ISO20022, transaction management, SWIFT GO and Instant payments. Kalyani is on the US Advisory Board for Women In Payments and is the Co-Sponsor of the Race & Ethnicity Chapter at SWIFT. Prior to joining SWIFT in 2020, Kalyani spent 18 years at Deutsche Bank, holding senior positions in technology, product and client implementations & service. Her expertise lies in running large global change initiatives supporting global transaction banking. She also has experience in the oil & gas, automotive and retail industries delivering systems as a technical consultant with Price Waterhouse LLP.

Tod Burwell
Tod Burwell
President & CEO
BAFT

Tod Burwell is the President and Chief Executive Officer of BAFT. Prior to being promoted to CEO, he served as the Senior Vice President of Trade Products with oversight of all trade-related initiatives including the Global Trade Industry Council, Trade Committees, and other strategic initiatives of the organization. Mr. Burwell has over 25 years of trade, supply chain and cash management experience as a banking practitioner, as well as serving as a consultant to global corporations and suppliers of strategically integrated trade solutions. Prior to joining BAFT, Mr. Burwell was a Managing Director at JPMorgan Chase and held senior global management roles responsible for trade operations, launching the logistics business and managing global product sales for trade finance and logistics management.

Richard Dzina
Richard Dzina
Senior Vice President
The Clearing House

Richard Dzina is responsible for the on-going development and execution of product strategy for CHIPS and SVPCO, and also contributes broadly to the evolution of our payment systems. Most recently Richard served as Executive Vice President and Wholesale Product Director for the Financial Services Group of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. In this role he had responsibility for the Fedwire Funds, Fedwire Securities, and National Settlement Services and the Bank’s Cash and Custody Function. Prior to this responsibility he led the Market Operations Monitoring and Analysis Function of the Markets Group during the financial crisis. Over the course of his 28-year career at the Fed Richard also ran the Bank’s Central Bank Services Function, led the International Cash Staff, and performed numerous other roles canvassing the Bank’s monetary policy, supervisory, and financial services responsibilities.

Mark Garfield
Mark Garfield
Head, Global Financial Institutions
Zions Bancorporation

Mark Garfield’s current role is Head of Global Financial Institutions at Zions Bancorporation responsible for foreign bank relationship development. He joined Zions Bancorporation in 2005. He has over 30 years of banking experience with 25 years in international banking management covering trade finance, trade services, foreign exchange, correspondent banking and product development. Throughout his career he has worked closely with corporate and commercial entities in the Midwest and Western U.S. providing banking support for cross-border trade. Mr. Garfield currently serves as a Director of BAFT and Chair of the Utah District Export Council. He served on the DEC National Advisory Board and Board of the World Trade Center, Utah.

Patrik Havander
Patrik Havander
Head of Visa B2B Connect Europe
VISA

Patrik has a long and extensive experience in corporate banking prior to joining Visa in 2022. He has been leading Nordic and international teams for Nordea, SEB and Danske Bank. Focus has been on the Transaction Banking landscape, where he has earned a strong reputation for his strategic vision and commercial development expertise. He has been very engaged in the international bank to bank community in various boards and partnerships. He is member of the Board of Directors in BAFT. He has a track record of strategy, sales excellence, crossed new frontiers in service and concept development and in online banking services. Patrik is well-known for his success in developing industry leadership within financial services. He has a wide-ranging and well-established network throughout the banking business, nationally and internationally. Over the years, Patrik has appeared as a speaker and panelist at numerous industry events.

Erik Kiaer
Erik Kiaer
Managing Director - ESG Strategy and Transformation Leader, Financial Services
Deloitte
Ian Laverty
Ian Laverty
Chief Revenue Officer
TradeSun

Ian Laverty is the Chief Revenue Officer at TradeSun where he manages the relationship between TradeSun and their commercial partners. Ian joined the organisation following the acquisition of the CoriolisESG platform in 2022 where he was Chief Operating Officer. Ian has an extensive background in trade and finance, having spent 11 years in banking with Lloyds Banking Group. On leaving the bank Ian spent 10yrs supporting SMEs to grow their export sales, working with management consultancy businesses and latterly governmental economic development agencies, before joining Coriolis Technologies. Within Coriolis, and now TradeSun, Ian has led the development of the CoriolisESG platform, working with a collaboration of banks, industry bodies, partner organisations (including BAFT) and regulators, to develop the only fully automated assessment capability with mapping to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals and a number of regional taxonomies and regulatory frameworks.

Matt Loos
Matt Loos
Senior Vice President & Head of Wires and Clearing Product Management
Wells Fargo

Matt Loos is the head of Wires and Clearing Products for the Global Treasury Management group. Matt joined Wells Fargo in his current role in November of 2022. He is responsible for the build out of all wires and clearing products and solutions, ensuring Wells Fargo’s payment transformation meets client and industry innovation requirements. Prior to joining Wells Fargo, att was part of SWIFT’s Strategy leadership team for two years. He was instrumental in SWIFT’s payments strategy, inclusive of market intelligence, new and emerging payments, consumer and small business payments, and the SWIFT Institute. Matt also spent 17 years at J.P. Morgan as a Senior Product Manager for Global Wholesale Payments in Treasury Services. He was the business lead for the product build out of nnovative client payment solutions and constructing a stable payment infrastructure to meet the demands of the changing global payment landscape.

Martin Maciak
Martin Maciak
Head of US Client Relationships, Financial Institutions
Bank of China

Martin is Head of U.S. Client Relationships for Financial Institutions at Bank of China, New York Branch. Based in New York City, he originated and managed cross-border capital market businesses and flow businesses across Asia-Pacific, North America, and Latin America, with main focuses on RMB-denominated and Asia-related business opportunities. Martin has more than 24 years of experience in financial services and he joined Bank of China in 2020 from HSBC. Under his stewardship, Bank of China U.S. and HSBC U.S., respectively, were named Best RMB Bank in the U.S. by The Asset multiple times since 2017.

Chris Newkirk
Chris Newkirk
Global Head of New Flows
VISA

Mr. Newkirk leads Visa’s global new flows businesses (commercial/B2B, Visa Direct, government, treasury-as-a-service), as well as the company’s global interchange and pricing function. He joined Visa as chief strategy officer in June 2020. In that role, Mr. Newkirk led the development of the company’s growth strategy, oversaw Visa’s strategy, regional product and solutions, cross-border, interchange and pricing functions, and established the Visa Garage. He also serves as the executive sponsor of Visa’s Asian Employee Network (VAEN). Prior to Visa, Mr. Newkirk spent 12 years at Capital One, most recently as the president of small business, international and the Walmart Partnership, and a member of executive committee. In that capacity, Mr. Newkirk had full P&L responsibility across six lines of business in the U.S., U.K. and Canada, spanning strategy, marketing, sales, product, operations, digital transformation, customer experience, talent, risk management, financial performance and venture investing. Prior to Capital One, Mr. Newkirk held several leadership roles at IndyMac Bank. Previously, Mr. Newkirk was a strategy consultant with McKinsey & Company.

Colleen Ostrowski
Colleen Ostrowski
Senior Vice President / Treasurer and General Manager, Treasury as a Service
Visa Inc

Colleen is responsible for Visa’s Global Treasury Function including: Global Cash Management, Capital Markets, Insurance, Financial Risk Management, and Settlement Operations. In addition, Colleen is General Manager of Treasury as a Service (TaaS), a business within the New Flows division. Colleen is co-lead of Diversity & Inclusion for Finance, a part of the Gender Inclusion Council and on the steering committee of Women in Finance. Colleen serves on Visa’s Pension Benefits Committee, is a member of Visa’s Political Action Committee Board and is Treasurer of the Visa Foundation as well as Chair of the Investment Committee. Ms. Ostrowski formerly was SVP, Treasurer, and Head of Investor Relations at Mylan. Prior to joining Mylan in 2014, she was Vice President, Corporate Finance and Treasurer at ITT Corporation. Colleen began her Treasury career at Pfizer Inc. in 1999. Colleen worked in various Treasury roles during her 11 year career at Pfizer, including managing Treasury Operations, leading Asia Pacific Treasury activities, Finance Director of the Pfizer Dublin Treasury Center and prior to leaving led the Pension Investments and Finance Group with responsibility for over $20 billion in assets globally.

Jeremy Rifkin
Jeremy Rifkin
American Economic & Social Theorist
Author and Political Advisor

Jeremy Rifkin is an American economic and social theorist, writer, public speaker, political advisor, and activist. Rifkin is the author of 23 books about the impact of scientific and technological changes on the economy, the workforce, society, and the environment. Rifkin has taught at the Wharton School executive education program at the University of Pennsylvania since 1995, where he instructs CEOs and senior management on making a transition of their business operations into sustainable economies. Rifkin is also the president of the TIR Consulting Group, LLC,[8] in connection with a wide range of industries including renewable energy, power transmission, architecture, construction, information technology (IT), electronics, transport, and logistics.

May 2, 2023 - 2023 BAFT Global Annual Meeting
Stephen Alsace
Stephen Alsace
Global Head, Economic Sanctions
Royal Bank of Canada

Stephen Alsace has over 20 years’ experience providing advice on financial crime, AML and sanctions issues. He recently assumed the role of Global Head of Sanctions at RBC in May of last year. Prior to joining RBC, Stephen was a Director in the Global Investigations and Compliance practice of Guidehouse consulting since 2018. While at Guidehouse, Stephen led projects relating to AML and sanctions gap assessments for global financial services and digital asset clients, and was embedded as a Senior Leader on the Compliance Team for a global payments service provider. Stephen also spent over 18 years at CIBC, starting in the Legal Department as the lead lawyer on AML and Sanctions, then as the Global Head of Sanctions and Terrorist Financing. Stephen has spoken at numerous conferences in Canada, the US and UK on sanctions matters, provided sanctions and terrorist financing instruction to the RCMP, FBI and MI-5, and has testified as an industry expert on sanctions matters Canadian Parliamentary and Senate Subcommittees in 2017 and 2022. Stephen has law degrees from the University of Windsor and University of Detroit Mercy and a Master’s degree on European Integration from the University of Strasbourg.

Maram Al-Jazireh
Maram Al-Jazireh
Senior Vice President, Global Head of Financial Institutions
Arab Bank

Maram Al-Jazireh is SVP/ Global Head of Financial Institutions at Arab Bank and is responsible for relationships and business development activities with financial institutions globally. She is also a member of the Financial Institutions Credit Committee. Maram grew up in Kuwait and graduated from Oklahoma State University with a major in Accounting. Prior to joining Arab Bank in 2001, she worked at Talal Abu-Ghazaleh International, Cairo Amman Bank, Citibank N.A, Amman and ABN Amro Bank, Dubai. She is co-chair of BAFT MENA Council and an advisory board member of Beyond Capital’s governance committee. She is also a fellow of the Middle East Leadership Initiative, a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network and founder of Mid The Art Reach Project.

Andy Arduini
Andy Arduini
Senior Managing Director, Global Advisory & Working Capital Finance
Huntington National Bank

Andy joined Huntington Bank in 2009. He has responsibility for Huntington’s Global Advisory segment; consisting of the Structured Working Capital Finance and Global Trade & Treasury lines of business. He is a member of the board of directors at Huntington International Inc. He has extensive corporate banking, structured finance, financial institution risk, country risk and cross-border business experience dating back to 2001, primarily at GE Corporate Finance and ABN AMRO prior to Huntington. He earned an MBA from the Carey School of Business at John’s Hopkins University and is a graduate of the Stonier Graduate School of Banking. He earned post-graduate certificates in Executive Leadership from the Wharton School of Business and Fintech from Harvard University. Andy holds several industry certifications including Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) as well as the Certifications in Supply Chain Finance (CSCF) and Payments (CertPay), both issued by the London Institute of Banking and Finance.

Patrick DeVilbiss
Patrick DeVilbiss
Senior Offering Manager, Trade and Supply Chain Solutions
CGI

Patrick DeVilbiss is a subject matter expert in trade finance and oversees product management of CGI Trade360, a SaaS-based end-to-end trade finance platform utilized by global financial institutions to deliver trade services. He has supported the development of large-scale platforms delivered to top 10 global financial institutions in the trade finance space. Previously he worked for the Bankers Association for Finance and Trade, where he helped to position the transaction banking industry for long-term growth and success by developing best practices and delivering education and training to member institutions.

Idrissa Diop
Idrissa Diop
Director, Compliance
Afreximbank

Idrissa DIOP is the Director Compliance of Afreximbank since June 2019. He before used to be the Group Head Compliance of Ecobank Transnational Incorporated (ETI), the Pan African bank headquartered in Lome, Togo, holding company of the Ecobank group present in 36 African countries, with internal offices in Paris, London, Dubai and Beijing. At ETI, he managed a team of around 180 compliance staff across the Ecobank country platform from June 2011 to his departure to Afreximbank headquartered in Cairo, Egypt. Before Ecobank, he worked during 10 years in Luxembourg where, he handled senior manager compliance roles at Schroder IM (Luxembourg), Amundi Luxembourg and at Societe Generale Bank & Trust (SGBT) as a senior internal auditor. Idrissa started his internal audit career in 1998 in Paris with Amundi France (formally Credit Agricole Asset Management) and has worked with the CIC Est bank (Strasbourg-France) as internal auditor before moving to Luxembourg.

Umar Farooq
Umar Farooq
Global Head of Financial Institution Payments
Onyx by JP Morgan

Umar Farooq is the Global Head of Financial Institution Payments and CEO of Onyx by J.P. Morgan. Onyx is a J.P. Morgan business unit that leverages cutting-edge technologies like Blockchain to develop innovative products, platforms and marketplaces. Prior to this Umar was the Global Head of Digital Wholesale Payments and Head of Blockchain for the Corporate and Investment Bank (CIB). Previously he was the CFO responsible for financial oversight and business management across CIB Technology, Operations, and Controls. Umar has also held leadership positions in Chase Bank in the past including Head of Small Business Segment and National Sales Manager for Chase Business Banking. Umar holds a B.S. in Computer Science, B.S. in Economics and M.Engg. in Computer Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Umar received his JD from Yale Law School.

Padhraic Garvey
Padhraic Garvey
Regional Head of Research, Americas
ING Financial Markets LLC / ING Capital Markets LLC

Padhraic Garvey is the Regional Head of Research, Americas. He's based in New York. His brief spans both developed and emerging markets and he specialises in global rates and macro relative value. He worked for Cambridge Econometrics and ABN Amro before joining ING. He holds a Masters degree in Economics from University College Dublin and is a CFA charterholder.

Lynette Gillen
Lynette Gillen
Vice President, Commercial Solutions and Trade
Royal Bank of Canada

Lynette Gillen is the Vice-President of Commercial Solutions and Trade Finance for RBC Royal Bank. She is responsible for leading Trade Finance across all platforms, from Commercial Banking through Capital Markets. Lynette has held progressively senior and leadership roles in the areas of Wealth Management, Retail Banking, and most recently Global Services. Lynette is passionate about improving access to resources for people experiencing mental health issues and sits on the Board of Governors of the Royal Ottawa Mental Health Center. Lynette holds an MBA from Dalhousie University.

Michael Heller
Michael Heller
Head of Financial Crime Compliance Proposition
Dow Jones
Amy Horack
Amy Horack
Director, Product Launch and Client Communications for Global Card and Comprehensive Payables
Bank of America

Amy Horack is a Director at Bank of America within the Global Transaction Services organization. She works with the Global Card & Intelligent Payables team to develop informative and inspiring messaging for internal and external stakeholders and drive solution adoption with clients. In her role, Amy collaborates with partners in all areas of the bank to create marketing, servicing, and internal communications through a variety of channels with the goal of global consistency and user clarity. Through multiple channels and internal promotion, Amy has driven app adoption, solution revenue and internal engagement. Her primary goal is to translate the deep, technical knowledge of the product team into the language of users with a focus on their desires. Amy does this through pulling from the diverse experiences she has gathered in her non-linear career. Who says that an event planner with a degree in Nutrition and Dietetics cannot be a banker?

Vanessa Lin
Vanessa Lin
Managing Director, Head of Commercialization & Digital / Treasury Services
BNY Mellon

Vanessa Lin is the Global Head of Commercialization and Digital Products for Treasury Services. She is responsible for the end-to-end view of the digital client experience and ensuring the strategy is cohesive across all TS products and client-facing channels. Vanessa also owns the commercialization and digital engagement strategy whereby we will map each client persona, allowing us to target our messaging and deepen our relevance in each segment. With more than 20 years of transaction banking experience, Vanessa worked for several global banks prior to joining BNY Mellon in September 2020 as the Regional Head of Relationship Management and Business Development for North American Banks. In that role, she was responsible for growing and managing the segment, architecting and driving go-to-market strategies, and solutioning to meet the Payments, Receivables, Liquidity and Trade needs of clients. Prior to BNY Mellon, Vanessa worked for JP Morgan where she was the Global Product Head for Multi-currency Clearing responsible for several product lines that service thousands of institutional clients around the world. Her main focus was setting and driving the overall product strategy, leading a team of product managers to develop best-in-class solutions, and improving the overall business risk framework. Before JP Morgan, she was with HSBC for over 5 years managing the Payments, Receivables and Commercial Cards businesses for the North America region. Vanessa started her career at Citi where she spent 13 years in progressively senior roles ranging from Sales & Account Management to Strategy & Planning to Product Management. Her last role at Citi was Global Head of USD Clearing & CLS Services.

Jean-François Mazure
Jean-François Mazure
Head of Cash Clearing Services
Societe Generale

Graduated from the ESCEM Tours and the University of Ottawa, Jean-François joined Société Générale in 1993. He held various managerial positions in the French retail network, essentially on the SME and large corporate segments. In 2011, he was appointed Senior Banker on a portfolio of key agribusiness corporate clients, most of them belonging to the cooperative sector. In November 2015, he joined GTB division as co-Head of Cash Clearing Services, before being appointed Head of the same business line one year later.

Miriam Ratkovicova
Miriam Ratkovicova
AML & FinCrime Managing Director
Deloitte

Miriam Ratkovicova is a Managing Director in the Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Sanctions practice of Deloitte Transactions and Business Analytics LLP. She has more than 20 years of experience advising US, Canadian, European and Asian large financial institutions on various Bank Secrecy Act (BSA)/AML, Sanctions, Anti-Bribery & Corruption and other Financial Crime compliance matters. Specifically, Miriam has led multiple large and complex projects involving historical transaction investigations, Know Your Customer (KYC) remediations, AML and Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) risk assessments, and customer risk ratings. Miriam has delivered AML/Sanctions engagements in numerous countries throughout Europe, including Germany, France, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Latvia, Romania, Bulgaria, Russia, Ukraine, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Italy, Spain, Portugal, UK, Cyprus and Slovakia. Currently, Miriam is serving several large financial institutions based in China, Japan, Singapore and Malaysia.

Shane Riedel
Shane Riedel
Founder & CEO
Elucidate

Shane Riedel is the co-founder and CEO of Elucidate, the regulated financial crime risk quantification platform. Prior to Elucidate, Shane was the Head of Financial Crime Compliance for Financial Institutions and Correspondent Banking at Standard Chartered Bank. He started his career in Finance with Goldman Sachs. Prior to his career in Finance, Shane was a diplomat with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.

Jordane Rollin
Jordane Rollin
Managing Director, Head of Trade & Working Capital, Americas
Standard Chartered Bank

Jordane started his career leading online payment gateways and B2B portals in Europe, before moving to China in 2005 to lead Business development and Partnerships for Groupe BPCE Oney Banque. He has held various trade finance roles at Standard Chartered in Singapore since 2010, including leading global Trade digital initiatives for three years. He is based in New York since 2019, and is currently Head of Trade & Working Capital, Americas.

Attia Salim
Attia Salim
Chapter Lead Payments
ING

Started my banking career in the dealing room of ABN Amro Amsterdam in 2005 and never left the Banking industry. Held various risk positions in Global Financial Markets and Ops & IT Banking. After Risk Management, I entered the world of Payment & Cash Management in 2013 as a Product Manager of Payment products; Account reporting, Digital Channels and recently started focusing on Cross Border Payments, SWIFT GPI, Correspondent Banking. I was part of the Future Leaders Class 2022 and researched the topic Commercialization of Data in Global Transaction Banking. The experience of being part of an international platform striving for continuous improvement within the Banking industry led to becoming a mentor for Future Leaders class 2023 exploring The Evolution of Correspondent Banking

Jim Toffey
Jim Toffey
CEO
LiquidX & LTX

Jim Toffey has more than 30 years of experience in Fintech building and operating electronic marketplaces around the world. As a founder and CEO of TradeWeb Markets, he grew them into a global exchange platform spanning 18 different asset classes. Jim received an M.B.A. from the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration and a B.A. from Dartmouth College. He has also served as Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Warburg Pincus, LLC and the CEO of Benchmark Solutions.

Jaap van der Molen
Jaap van der Molen
Global Head AML & Sanctions
ABN AMRO
David Williams
Director, Head of US Banks and Fintech
International Corporate Bank

David leads the New York Banks and FinTech Teams within the International Corporate Bank at Barclays. He works with Banks and regulated US headquartered payment firms to support their banking requirements in UK, Europe, India and UAE. David and his team are focused on understanding clients' strategic ambitions and delivering bespoke solutions across Barclays Corporate and Investment Bank and coordinating the global teams.

Aaron Zynczak
Aaron Zynczak
Senior Vice President, Director of International Banking
First Citizens Bank

As the manager of the International Banking Department at First Citizens Bank, Aaron is responsible for Trade Finance, Foreign Exchange and International Operations. Prior to his role at First Citizens, he was the Director of FX Sales in the Southeast US for TD Securities. Over the past 25 years he has had managerial and sales roles with The South Financial Group, Commerce Bank, and Bank of America. Aaron earned a master’s degree in International Business Administration from Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and a bachelor’s degree in Geographic Trade and Commerce from the State University of New York at Buffalo.

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Amjad Afanah
Amjad Afanah
Product Management Leader and Serial Entrepreneur / Vice President of Product
Cyral
David Cooperman
David Cooperman
Managing Director, Business Consulting Financial Services
EY

David is an advisor to banks and Managing Director in EY’s Financial Services Organization based in Chicago. At EY he leads their Trade Finance and Working Capital Finance practice in North America as well as EY’s Trade Automation Platform solution. David is has over 30 years of experience in the banking industry, primarily in Transaction Banking, including developing new innovative growth strategies, achieving revenue growth, improving efficiencies, deploying leading-edge technology and leading large-scale global transformation programs. He recently led EY’s Trade Finance and Working Capital Finance practice in North America. Previously he held global executive roles in at Citibank and ABN AMRO/LaSalle Bank as well as consulting firms advising the sector. He has served as a Director of bank subsidiaries focused on Trade and was a Founder / Director of the Trade Information Network, an industry consortium designed to improve small to medium-sized enterprise access to funding.

Merlin Dowse
Merlin Dowse
Vice-Chair of ICC Banking Commission
International Chamber of Commerce

Merlin is a Vice Chair on the ICC Banking Commission where he both sponsors and chairs the Commercialisation Working Group. In his capacity as chair of this working group Merlin leads several initiatives primarily focusing on the digitization of trade. As of August 2023, Merlin also became a member of the ICC Digital Standards Initiative Advisory Board. Alongside his role at the ICC, Merlin Dowse is an Executive Director and a Global Product Manager within the Core Trade Product team. In this capacity, Merlin leads a global team responsible for the management of proprietary and 3rd party digital solutions J.P. Morgan offers across the globe to both Corporate and FI clients. Merlin has over 20 years of experience in banking always with a focus on product development and digitalisation. He is an active contributor to both BAFT and ITFA industry associations and a regular industry speaker on the topics of trade digitalisation and innovation.

Chris Hill
Chris Hill
Head of Business Development for North America
SWIFT

Chris Hill joined SWIFT in 2020, and is currently Head of Business Development for North America. In this role, Chris and his team are responsible for managing and developing global, long term, strategic relationships with customers based in the US and Canada, as well as with foreign customers with operations in North America. Chris has over 28 years of experience leading Sales and Relationship Management teams across Cash Management and Securities Services for several large global banks. Prior to joining SWIFT, Chris was responsible for Solution Sales of Cash and Liquidity Management services to Insurance Companies, Asset Managers and Mortgage Servicers at Citibank. Prior to Citibank, Chris led the Non-Bank Financial Institution (NBFI) Sales and Relationship Management team at Deutsche Bank. This involved delivering Cash and Liquidity Management solutions to Insurance Companies, Asset Managers and Specialty Finance companies while also driving opportunities for Trade, Trust, Custody and Securities Lending.

David Scola
David Scola
Chief Executive – US
Form3

Dave joined Form3 in 2022 in order to lead the charge to bring Form3's platform and capabilities to bear on the US market. Dave has worked in transaction banking for over 25 years and joined Form3 from SWIFT where he was Chief Executive for the Americas, UK and Ireland with responsibility for the company's largest relationship as well as its global securities business. Prior to SWIFT, Dave was the Global Head of Financial Institutions at Barclays, responsible for the bank's correspondent banking, FI trade, flow FX, and liquidity management businesses for FIs. He has also worked at Deutsche Bank and Bank of New York in both product and strategy roles and across various products lines including cash, trade finance, custody and corporate trust.

Valeria Sica
Valeria Sica
Global Head of Trade Data, Partnerships and Innovation
Citi

Valeria has over 20 years of experience in Trade, based in New York and is currently the Global Trade Services Head for Citi. She is responsible for the product management of all trade services products around the globe for Corporate and Financial Institution’s Citi clients. She works with product managers in the regional teams in Asia, EMEA, NA and Latin America to ensure global consistency and quality delivery to the clients. As Global Trade Services Head she is focusing on key initiatives to drive efficiency into the business like the deployment of OCR (Optical Character Recognition) technology. Valeria is now leading a project that will use Enhanced Analytics to detect red flags, compliance concerns and resolution of sanctions hits in the trade business.

Srinivasan Sriram
Srinivasan Sriram
Founder & CEO
Skuchain

Sriram is a passionate entrepreneur looking to bring efficiencies to Trade Finance. He is the Founder & CEO of Skuchain. He has previously built a company selling risk management solutions to wall street firms, founded an ecommerce startup during the dot-com heyday and played Entrepreneur-In-Residence with a small silicon valley fund. He has been a qualified Captain of ocean going merchant ships, enjoys hackathons and has done the Executive Program at Stanford GSB.

Scott Stevenson
Scott Stevenson
Senior Vice President, Trade
BAFT

Scott Stevenson is the Senior Vice President of Trade at BAFT. Stevenson leads the association’s trade-focused policy, practices, and education initiatives, and supports its trade-related councils and committees. Prior to joining BAFT, Stevenson was a senior advisor for AF Capital Partners, which provided expertise in emerging market structured and project finance for development banking institutions. For two years, he consulted development banks and export credit agencies following a 17-year career at the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and World Bank Group in various trade and investment project leadership roles. Before joining the IFC, Stevenson was the regional head of financial institutions at Standard Chartered Bank in Singapore. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Colgate University, and his MBA from York University.

Suresh Subramanian
Suresh Subramanian
Managing Director, Head Trade & Treasury Solutions Americas
BNP Paribas

Suresh Subramanian leads the Transaction Banking Americas business in BNP Paribas' Corporate and Institutional Banking division. The business provides global working capital, cash management and liquidity solutions to all corporate and institutional clients of the bank. Based in New York, Suresh is responsible for business strategy, product management and sales for the activity across North and South America. As a seasoned professional with over 30 years in the industry, Suresh’s expertise and leadership working within BNP Paribas across Asia Pacific, Europe and the Americas played a pivotal role in driving growth and innovation for the transaction banking business. His wealth of experience and ability to provide insight and guidance has afforded invitations to represent BNP Paribas on a variety of advisory boards, including serving as the current Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Bankers Association for Finance and Trade (BAFT) and a recent appointment to the Board of BNP Paribas Asset Management North America.

Evelyn Zoubi
Evelyn Zoubi
Product and Marketing Leader and Entrepreneur / Staff Product Manager
Chegg Inc.

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Venue & Accommodations

The 2023 Global Annual Meeting will be held at the Hyatt Regency in San Francisco. The hotel is located at the waterfront and steps away from the Embarcadero, Union Square, and other San Francisco destination favorites!

The block of guestrooms held for BAFT is now fully booked. You can reserve a room at prevailing rate directly with the Hyatt, or one of the many hotels nearby. We look forward to seeing you in San Francisco!

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