International students continue to be a vital income stream for universities. Facilitating the payment of fees in a convenient, timely, secure and fair manner should be a strategic consideration for institutions.
The Summit aims to enable institutions to make confident decisions about their strategy and approach to the collection of international fees, both now and in the future.Register now
This event is for senior financial decision-makers, including:
This one-day International Payments Summit offers senior decision-makers the opportunity to:
With this information and insight delegates will be able to make confident decisions about their strategy and approach to the collection of international fees.
|09:30-10:00||Welcome & Overview of International Payments Landscape in HE – Holger Bollmann, Director, WPM|
|Changing International Payer Demands|
|10:00-10:45||Latest Chinese Payer Research – Sheona Griffiths, Head of Marketing, WPM|
|Shifting Regulatory Frameworks|
|11:15-11:45||Innovation in International Payments: Enabling Card as the Payment Method of Choice|
|11:45-12:15||Surcharges and Card Payments: What does the law say you need to do? – Debbie Venn, Partner and Kelly Mills, Partner, DMH Stallard|
|The Future of Cross-Border Payments|
|13:45-14:15||Transforming Money Transfers: The Age of the Consumer|
|14:15-14:45||Digital Finance & Challenger Banks: What Do You Need to Know?|
|14:45-15:15||The Role of Traditional Banks for International Students: How will they stay Relevant?|
|15:45-16:30||Panel Discussion — The Relevance of Payment Trends for Higher Education|
|16:30-16:45||Closing Remarks - Holger Bollmann, Director, WPM|
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