ClearSale Executives to Share Key Insights at MRC Vegas 2022
Innovative ecommerce fraud solution provider, ClearSale (www.clear.sale), is thrilled to announce that two of its executives will be presenting at the Merchant Risk Council’s (merchantriskcouncil.org) 2022 Vegas conference. The conference, titled Back to Business, will feature networking opportunities, professional development sessions, and industry-leading educational opportunities from March 7-10, 2022, in Las Vegas.
“Conferences like MRC’s have always provided unique opportunities to learn from one another”
This highly anticipated in-person conference brings together leaders from across the industry from organizations such as PYMNTS.com, Capital One, and Microsoft, retailers such as Foot Locker, Columbia, and The TJX Companies, and officials from the Federal Bureau of Investigation to discuss various business topics and the current and future state of payments fraud. Many of the topics address the changes to the industry as a result of the pandemic and associated shift to digital.
ClearSale will be bringing thought leadership from both industry and operational topics. David Fletcher, Senior Vice President for ClearSale will participate in a panel on management during the pandemic. The session, Managing Teams Through a Pandemic Both Remotely and in the Office, will focus on important insights learned from the shift caused by the pandemic, and ClearSale’s own rapid pivot that moved their entire global team to remote work.
Rafael Lourenco, EVP & Partner at ClearSale, will be discussing Card Not Present Fraud and the Rise of the Digital Wallet. This session will examine how COVID-19 made digital wallet solutions a focal point, and the new Card Not Present (CNP) tactics fraudsters are employing to target customers that use them.
“Conferences like MRC’s have always provided unique opportunities to learn from one another,” said Lourenco. “While events across the globe forced in-person conferences to hit pause, it’s great to be returning to meet with colleagues face to face and to share everything we learned over the course of the last two years. I’m looking forward to teaching what we discovered as well as learning from others about their experiences, both in running their businesses and in their approach to new fraud threats.”