Rotman Business of Payments Program
Navigate a rapidly changing industry.
The Canadian payments industry accounts for nearly 1% of GDP with revenues from payment activities estimated at over $16.4B in 2016 — and it's changing, rapidly.
Traditional players in the payments market are extending products, fintech and bigtech are disrupting products and infrastructure while domestic and global regulatory bodies are moving rapidly to adapt.
These changes can mean big opportunities for your organization if you know how to use them to your advantage. Rotman's Business of Payments program helps payments leaders harness these opportunities.
Your competitive advantage in a shifting landscape.
Over the course of the program, you will gain a solid understanding of the changing context of the payments landscape, and the forces and trends shaping its future. You will develop the knowledge and competencies you need to stay ahead.
Schedule subject to change.
- Guest Speaker
- Introduction and welcome dinner
- Meeting your team
- Foundational aspects of payments
- Payments here and there
- Guest speakers (two)
- Payments industry in Canada
- Pain points and innovation
- Guest speaker
- A framework for the future
- Group presentations
- Guest speaker
Apply NowSEP 25-28, 2022 | $6,800 CAD + HST
We're here to help.
This program focuses on technical solutions combined with management training to help you lead your team successfully through major market disruptions. Our faculty are industry experts with years of consulting experience and deep knowledge of the forces at work in the payments industry.
Rotman Executive Program faculty are known for their ability to translate the latest research into practical applications for the workplace, and to transmit skills to participants with the best teaching techniques. Industry leaders contribute to our programs to bring you the most up-to-date best practices and a wealth of real-world experience.
Associate Professor, International Business, Rotman School of Management
Walid Hejazi (PhD, University of Toronto, Canada) is an Associate Professor of Economic Analysis and Policy at the Rotman School of Management, Fellow of the Michael Lee-Chin Family Institute for Corporate Citizenship, and member of the Board of Directors of the David & Sharon Johnston Centre for Corporate Governance Innovation. His research focuses on the development of strategies which enhance the ability of companies to compete in domestic and global marketplaces. He has worked closely with many companies to develop and implement innovative strategies, with a particular focus on the role of leaders in preparing those companies to lead strategic change. He has taught in over 30 countries, and is a frequent commentator in the media.
The Business of Payments was well worth the time and investment. Even as someone who has worked in payments for years, I came away with useful insights and new connections. I would recommend the program to anyone interested in this rapidly changing space.
Joanna Simon | Head of Operations
I really appreciated the diversity of the speakers, to provide a set of truly universal perspectives on how the Payments industry affects stakeholders differently. I don't see a better way for someone new to the Payments business, to develop a thorough and meaningful understanding of where the industry stands today, and where the future of Payments will take us.
Bob Pocius | Managing Director, Infrastructure, Treasury and Payment Solutions
Bank of Montreal
The caliber of instructors and presenters was world class and the interaction with staff and students provided for rich learning. I would highly recommend this program to anyone looking to better understand the rapidly changing payments landscape in Canada and around the world, regardless of whether you are new to payments or more experienced in this field.
Wilson Griffiths | Senior Vice President, Member Solutions
Credit Union Central of Manitoba
I came with ground zero knowledge and experience in this realm, but the course gave me all I needed: from details of the many intermediaries to transactions and payments, to the strategic level current trends and future opportunities in the financial services world, including paytech and fintech.
Shaheen Dewani | Category Manager, Procurement, Payments and Channels
I have been following payment systems for a few years now but I have never had it presented like that. Not only does it covers everything you need to know on payments, but you also get to hear first-hand from some of the top executives and innovators in the country on their vision for the future of payments.
Abdelkader Benbrahim | Financial Sector Advisor
Making Finance Work for Africa
African Development Bank Group
The presenters they had were the main people in the industry, the ones that had developed policy, the ones that were advising governments and running companies. The people attending were the ones working at the forefront of the payments industry. If you want to know about Payments in Canada, this is the place to start.
Alex Morton | Category Sourcing Manager
I have worked with many of the top business schools in the world to develop custom programs, and Rotman ranks right at the top for client support and quality of faculty and instruction.
Christopher Stevenson | Senior Vice President & Chief Learning Officer
Apply NowSEP 25-28, 2022 | $6,800 CAD + HST
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Each application is reviewed by Rotman's admissions committee to ensure participants have the appropriate academic and work experience.
Participant Notification Process
If space is available and eligibility requirements are met, participants will receive a notice of admission within 10 days of receipt of a completed application and fee deposit.
Payment and Fee Reduction
Payments can be made online. A deposit of 50% of the program fee (or $4,000) is required at time of application. If the full fee is not paid at the time of application, the balance of the program fee is due 30 days after receipt of invoice or 30 days before program start date, whichever is first. Fees will be refunded to those not accepted into the program.
*Accommodations and meals are included in the program fee for in-person offerings. Participants will be responsible for their own travel and incidental costs. For more information contact an Executive Programs representative at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto and Payments Canada are partnering to develop an intensive payments knowledge course aimed at professionals working in payments and related industries in Canada.
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