TORONTO, June 13, 2016 /CNW/ - DH Corporation (TSX: DH) ("D+H"), a leading provider of technology solutions to financial institutions globally, today announced that Sue Hutchison, group head of Treasury, Global Payment Solutions, will participate in two panels at Payments Panorama in Calgary, Alberta from June 15-17. Payments Panorama is the largest stage for Canada's payments sector and is organized by the Canadian Payments Association.
Sue will join executives from Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) and KPMG on June 17 at 10:15 a.m. Mountain Time in a session titled "Finding Opportunity in Necessity – Innovation through Payments Infrastructure Transformation." The panel will discuss how Bank of America Merrill Lynch transformed its global transaction banking infrastructure, and provide lessons learned from BAML's multi-year journey.
Sue will also discuss how D+H transformed to a global financial technology company with nearly 8,000 clients in more than 70 countries from a mono-line cheque producer in Canada. The session, titled "Adapt or Die: Canadian Success Stories," will be held on June 15 at 11:00 a.m. Mountain Time.
D+H will also demonstrate its real-time payments capabilities and integrated blockchain technology at booth 20 during Payments Panorama.
D+H (TSX: DH) is a leading financial technology provider the world's financial institutions rely on every day to help them grow and succeed. Our global transaction banking, lending, payments and integrated core solutions are trusted by nearly 8,000 banks, specialty lenders, community banks, credit unions, governments and corporations. Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, D+H has more than 5,500 employees worldwide who are passionate about partnering with clients to create forward-thinking solutions that fit their needs. With annual revenues in excess of $1.5 billion, D+H is recognized as one of the world's top FinTech companies on IDC Financial Insights FinTech Rankings and American Banker's FinTech Forward rankings. For more information, visit dh.com
SOURCE DH Corporation