David Shipper

David Shipper

Strategic Advisor

Areas of Expertise: Card Issuance, Card Products (Credit, Debit, and Prepaid), Consumer Payments

David Shipper is a Strategic Advisor in Aite-Novarica’s Retail Banking & Payments practice. His focus is on debit and credit cards. Based in Scottsdale, Arizona, David brings to Aite-Novarica Group more than 15 years of experience leading card and payment strategies for financial institutions in the U.S.

Prior to joining Aite-Novarica, David managed the debit card and mobile wallet initiatives at Bank of the West, where he led a variety of projects to improve the customer experience and card production timelines, reduce fraud write-offs, and increase overall debit card program profitability. Before that, David was Payments Strategy Manager for Landmark Bank in Columbia, Missouri, where he managed payment products and launched the bank’s first in-house consumer and commercial credit card business. He has also managed debit card and payroll card products for Regions Bank as well as consumer-direct loan products and retail marketing initiatives for BBVA. Additionally, David has been an active member of multiple payment industry advisory groups, including the ABA Payment System Administrative Committee (PSAC), the FIS Retail Payments Card Advisory Council, and the Federal Reserve Faster Payments Task Force.

David has been quoted in various media outlets, including The New York Times, Time.com, The Paypers, BAI, American Banker, and Digital Transactions. He holds a degree in marketing and an MBA in Finance from Auburn University at Montgomery. 


Thursday, January 14, 2021 | 11 a.m. ET
Join Aite Group research director David Albertazzi and his expert team for a live one-hour webinar as they identify the top 10 trends that will shape the retail banking and payments landscape around the globe in 2021 and beyond. Attend the webinar to: Learn how the retail banking and...
Tuesday, September 22, 2020 | 2 p.m. ET
A look at the new report from Aite Group on card modernization The concept of payment card modernization is recognized as a critical starting point in a financial institution’s journey to digitalization. A recent report from leading analyst firm Aite Group calls the dominance of digital-first...


February 22, 2021
2021 will see an influx of new companies launch debit, credit, and prepaid card programs in the U.S. and globally, fueled by card processing platforms and Banking-as-a-Service providers that have made it easier than ever to launch cards and other banking products. And other players, such as banks and credit unions, card networks, and card manufacturers, recognize an opportunity to support or...
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August 4, 2020
Someone who only looks at large tech organizations and challenger banks may believe it is simple to launch a digital-first card program. Unfortunately, at least for those managing a legacy card program, it can be more difficult to upgrade an existing program to become digital than it is to launch a new program. Still, legacy card issuers are backed into a corner and have no choice but to innovate...
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May 12-13, 2021
Virtual Event
This free online event is built for payments practitioners -- product managers, developers, operations, and others that work in e-commerce, fraud, PCI, 3DS2, and other payments disciplines. 

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