Account verification is a critical step in ensuring the validity and accuracy of a bank account. It protects consumers and businesses against fraud and data breaches. While fulfilling Know Your Customer (KYC) requirements, enterprises gather much information about their consumer, and sensitive banking information needs to be fool-proofed.

Given the required infrastructure and compliance required to manage and maintain bank data, account tokens serve as a highly secure way to retrieve, verify, and share data.

Join our webinar to learn how payment processors are empowered to help prevent financial fraud, mitigate transactional risks, and simplify data sharing.
  • Learn how account tokens work to reduce the risk of data theft
  • Protect sensitive financial data from hackers and bad actors
  • Simplify complex account verification processes
  • Eliminate the need to store sensitive financial account information
  • Prepare for open banking and open finance opportunities
Jeff Williams
SVP of Product Development, The Clearing House (TCH)
Jeff Williams is Senior Vice President of Product Development and Management with The Clearing House. In his role, Jeff is responsible for business activities for The Clearing House’s emerging digital payments services. His primary focus is overseeing the launch of a secure digital payments tokenization system.

This is a new service that issues tokens to be used in place of real account numbers in the RTP® and EPN® networks. Tokens substitute a random number for a customer’s account number so that this sensitive information does not become a target for hackers.

Jeff has more than 25 years of experience in financial services, retail banking and payment services industry. Prior to joining The Clearing House more ten years ago, Jeff was a leader at Bank of America serving various roles including eCommerce Product Executive overseeing Design, Development and Deployment of Retail Payments and Transfers capabilities.

Jeff holds a BS in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science from North Carolina State University.
Ginny Chappell
EVP, Product & Marketing, Moov Financial
Ginny currently leads Product & Marketing Strategy at Moov. As an FIS, Visa, Accenture Payments and Banking alum, she is known as a leader of people, payments thought leader, and industry change agent. With nearly two decades of experience building and delivering disruptive technologies and unprecedented scalable solutions, some of her most recent notable contributions have been focused on moving the industry forward by driving faster payment solutions in market. As a mission and purpose driven executive, Ginny is most enthusiastic about creating solutions that drive financial inclusion and economic empowerment.
Lloyd Fernandes
VP, Product Management, Envestnet | Yodlee
As a senior leader on the Product Management team within Envestnet D&A, Lloyd Fernandes is responsible for crafting, implementing, and scaling embedded data experiences across multiple customer bases. Lloyd has over 24 years of combined technology and product management experience across banking, financial services, and payments. Lloyd enjoys working with teams on problem-solving, finding product-market fit, and delighting customers through better solutions. As a tech innovator, Lloyd has worked very closely with building closed-loop financial platforms (at Blackhawk Network & PayPal), open-loop payments with cards & banks (at PayPal, Verifi - now a Visa company, Payrix - now a FIS company), and alternative payments (at Rapyd) around the globe. Lloyd has built diligent financial products for end consumers, SMBs, and large enterprises. As a forward-thinker, Lloyd is excited about the fast-evolving payments landscape that brings together technology and financial organizations with compliant and robust infrastructure to power the next generational set of apps.

Lloyd holds a doctorate and a master's in Business, specializing in Strategy and Innovation. Lloyd is philanthropically inclined and constantly looks for opportunities to give back to the community.
Chris J. Preimesberger
Moderator, VentureBeat
Chris Preimesberger is a former editor of eWEEK and a regular VentureBeat contributor who has been reporting on and analyzing IT trends and products for more than two decades.
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