MasterCard Announces Participation in the Citi Financial Technology Conference and the BAML Banking
MasterCard Announces Participation in theCiti Financial Technology Conferenceand the BAML Banking and Financial Services Conference
On Wednesday, November 7, Mario Shiliashki, head of e-Commerce Product Development, will present at the Citi Financial Technology Conference in Boston. The discussion will begin at 8:00 a.m. Eastern Time and last for approximately 35 minutes.
On Wednesday, November 14, Chris McWilton, president, U.S. Markets, will present at the Bank of America/Merrill Lynch Banking and Financial Services Conference in New York. The discussion will begin at 8:50 a.m. Eastern Time and last for approximately 40 minutes.
There will be listen-only live webcasts of each presentation, and replays will be archived for 30 days on the investor relations section of mastercard.com.
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