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W&M Finance Breakfast & Business Cards in Richmond

Time: Tuesday, April 18 | 7:30 - 9:00 AM
Location: 108 N. 8th St. | Richmond, VA
Contact:

Michael Steelman, Director of Alumni Career Management and Professional Networks

This breakfast is designed to bring together the finance community of W&M alumni in the Richmond area for networking and a discussion on topics impacting the financial services industry including the economic outlook, regulation, fraud and cybersecurity risk facilitated by Phil Hatfield ‘94, VP of Business Analysis at Capital One.  Bring your business cards and join us for conversation, camaraderie and networking among W&M alumni.

Cost: $10 (includes breakfast)

Event Program:
7:30 – 8:00 AM – Breakfast and Networking
8:00 – 8:40 AM – Discussion
8:30 – 9:00 AM – Networking

Guest Speaker:

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Phil Hatfield '94 currently leads Fraud and Disputes Strategy for Capital One’s US Card business. Phil and his team are responsible for protecting Capital One and its customers from fraudulent activity by designing, implementing, and monitoring fraud defenses across the entire US Card portfolio. This includes accountability for near-term tactics and longer term strategy for transaction, identity, and first party fraud detection, prevention, and resolution.  In his time with Capital One, Phil has held various roles in Customer Acquisitions and Operations. Prior to fraud, he led product development and growth initiatives for Capital One’s upmarket US Consumer Card business, and was responsible for defining the strategy for how we will compete in the segment and grow our base of customers who have excellent or good credit. This included product development and innovation, competitive positioning, and profitability for two of Capital One's flagship credit card products - Venture and Quicksilver - as well as other upmarket products.  Prior to joining Capital One, Phil led operations strategy and analysis for FedEx and also worked as a consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers and IBM. Phil received his undergraduate degree in Economics from William and Mary and his MBA from Wharton.