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TMAC Webinar:Open Banking in a Context of Payment Modernization and Innovation

  • Tuesday, March 22, 2022
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Virtual Educational Event


  • No Cost

Registration is closed

TMAC would like to share that we have taken steps to build out partnerships with AFP Chapters across Canada, providing you access to a collective Canada-wide series of virtual educational seminars.  For TMAC members, this will now expand the number of sessions you can attend at no cost throughout 2022, with a nominal $25.00 attendance fee assessed on each seminar for non-members.  These partnerships complement our own TMAC sessions and reinforce our key mandates to connect, educate and support our practitioner constituents and will serve to offer additional value to your professional development. 

Not a member of TMAC?  Join now as we are offering annual memberships at $225 + HST.  You will be able to attend an unlimited number of webinars on a wide range of topics at no additional cost, hosted by both TMAC and the AFP Chapters across Canada. 

Please note that there will be a half hour of virtual networking at 12:00pm followed by the presentation at 12:30pm

AFP Montreal invites you to joins us for our next webinar on Open Banking.

In collaboration with Flinks and Payments Canada, Dominque Samson, Chief Operating Officer of Flinks, and Ryan Grundy, Lead, Industry Relations, Payments Canada, will give us insights on key drivers, emerging issues, and relevant developments impacitng how Canadian Consumers and Businesses make payments. 

Dominique Samson is COO at Flinks, a Montreal-based financial data company that allows consumers to share their financial data conveniently and securely with the applications they love.  He leads several business units in the execution of Flinks' Open Banking vision.  Dominique holds degrees in law and computer science and was previously an officer in the Canadian Armed Forces and a fraud investigator for the United Nations.

Ryan Grundy is the Lead of Industry Relations for Payments Canada, and leads Relationship Management efforts for all non-Financial Institution players in the Canadian Payments Ecosystem including Paytech, Large Corporate, SME, and Government Segments.  As part of his mandate, he leads public outreach and consultation to inform technical and regulatory development of Canada's first true Real Time Payments platform, supporting Payments Canada's position as a public purpose organization committed to strengthening the safety and soundness of core systems, facilitating innovation and competition, and promoting a stronger Canadian economy. 

We look forward to connecting with you virtually soon!


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