A symposium for consumer professionals to be held at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston on Tuesday, February 25, 2003 in the Audiovisual-1 and New England Rooms
This year's program will focus on three different issues:
Speakers will include banking, retail, Internet, and government experts who will share their perspectives on the topics listed above.
Registration and Coffee
|9:10 A.M.||Program Overview|
|9:15 A.M.||Panel One: The Debit vs Credit Controversy|
|10:30 A.M.||Panel Two: Check Truncation: New Check Processing Systems|
|11:45 P.M.||Panel Three: Innovative & Future Payment Systems|
|1:00 P.M.||Luncheon Keynote
Edgar Dworsky, Founder,
This conference was open to consumer advocates; social workers; elder service providers; community group representatives; state, city, town and government officials, and other professionals who serve as consumer information resources.