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Monthly meeting October 17

  • 10/17/2013
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Seasons 52, 2502 East Camelback Road, Phoenix 85016


  • This option is for members who prepaid for meetings.
  • If you need to pay by check, please fill out the form on the Manual Registration page
  • This option is for members who did not prepay for meetings.

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Please register by October 15 (even if you have full membership) so we have an accurate attendee count.


Partial members and guests: $30

Full members: included in annual membership


Trends in Internet Payment Fraud and Security Best Practices

This educational session will provide an overview of the types of internet and payment fraud, what they are, how they are accomplished, and multiple ways to mitigate risk from the perspective of a finance or treasury professional.  Attendees will learn key terminology associated with these forms of fraud and be able to come away from the session with actionable strategies to determine their organization’s risks and means of addressing them.   To understand internet and payment fraud, we will look at the treasury function from a paper and electronic payment perspective, and focus on various industry options for mitigating risk and reducing exposure in various payment channels.



James F Lock, III, CTP, CSCIP/P

Executive Director – Commercial Bank Treasury Services, JPMorgan Chase 

James Lock is a senior advisor and member of the Government, Not-for-Profit, Higher Education & Healthcare Solutions team within the Commercial Bank’s Treasury Services unit of J.P. Morgan. He works with state and local government, higher education, and not-for-profit leaders to understand and address the strategic treasury concerns of public sector organizations. His areas of expertise include operations efficiency, account structure rationalization, risk mitigation, and constituent satisfaction all key challenges that organizations face today.

James has over 23 years of treasury, government, and consumer banking experience, with 13 years in relationship management and business development roles. Prior to joining J.P. Morgan in 2000, James began his career at Bank of America, quickly advancing to develop technology-based treasury solutions for the U.S. federal government, including several closed-loop, cardbased payment systems.

An industry expert, James has presented on such topics as migrating to digital images, the electronification of transit fare payments from an issuer’s perspective, contactless and mobile payments, and leveraging private sector best practices in the public sector. James is a Certified Smart Card Industry Professional with special concentration in card payment technology (CSCIP/P). This certification demonstrates his broad knowledge of smart card technology including contact and contactless EMV, Near Field Communications (NFC), and other mobile payment methods leveraging integrated circuit card technology.

A graduate of Regent University, James holds a BS in Organizational Leadership and Management and is also a Certified Treasury Professional (CTP). He is an active member of the national Association for Financial Professionals and the local AFP of Atlanta chapter, where he serves as Treasurer and Board Member. In addition, he serves on the Smart Card Alliance Payments Council. He is a past president of the Hampton Roads Association of Financial Professionals.


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