4th Annual European Payments Forum

Since last years’ European Payments Forum, many has changed within the industry, so it is time to organize our 4th Annual European Payments Forum, which will discuss both the changes and the future forecast of the topic. The FinTech war has just began, which will change the entire business and effect all stakeholders as well. Learn more about Blockchain from well-known topic experts and debate if banks are ready for the adoption.

Hear more about PSD 2 and its improvement on the payment experience from different point of view. What is the long and short term impact of this regulation and forest the regulatory landscape?

Join our Round Table Discussion to debate on banking (r)evolution and the technological innovations within the industry; do they disrupt or improve different processes?

Our aim is to bring together representatives from all different companies that are part of the payment industry in order to hear the most emerging issues they face and the solution to cope with these challenges.

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Event schedule

Day one

  • 08:30 Welcome Coffee and Registration

  • 08:45 Greetings from the Project Lead and GLC Icebreaker Session

  • 09:00 ACI Worldwide Presentation by Roselyne Jauffret

  • 09:40 Cooperation with payment service providers to combat serious and organised

  • 10:20 Banks and Bitcoins

  • 11:00 Tea, Coffee, Networking & Exhibits

  • 11:30 Digitalisation: Macro Trends shaping the Payments landscape

  • 12:10 Cashaa – A p2p marketplace powered by the blockchain to transfer cash for zero fees

  • 12:50 The EBA RTS on strong customer authentication and secure communications, incl. ERPB work

  • 13:30 Luncheon & Networking

  • 14:30 Internet of things (IoT) in the financial industry

  • 15:10 Moving beyond PSD2 – do payments become a public good?

  • 15:50 Cybersecurity & payments

  • 16:30 Tea, Coffee, Networking & Exhibits

  • 17:00 EPC’s SEPA Instant Credit Transfer scheme: a further step in European payments integration

  • 17:40 OPEN PANEL DISCUSSION – institutional Cash Management (Correspondent Banking)

  • 18:20 Closing Remarks from the Chair & Networking

  • 18:30 End of Day 1

Day two

  • 08:30 Tea, Coffee & Networking

  • 08:55 Opening Remarks from the Chair

  • 09:00 Erste Bank: Co-Presentation on FinTech cooperation within the payments industry

  • 09:40 Blockchain Consortia Lead Back To Bitcoin

  • 10:20 Telling the story of Starling from Licence to Marketplace to Payments

  • 11:00 Tea, Coffee, Networking & Exhibits

  • 11:30 ROTATING ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION: Bank (R)evolution

  • 12:10 Innovation in Retail Payments

  • 12:50 Luncheon & Networking

  • 13:50 Digitalisation and its impact on retail payments

  • 14:30 Payment behaviour: how do consumers pay?

  • 15:10 Tea, Coffee, Networking & Exhibits

  • 15:40 Outlook of the Data Protection Initiatives

  • 16:20 OPEN PANEL DISCUSSION: The pathway towards instant payments

  • 17:00 Closing Remarks from the Chair & Farewell Networking

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Top Speakers

Javier Santamaría
Javier SantamaríaChair
European Payments Council
Belgium

Javier Santamaría is the Chair of the European Payments Council (EPC) since June 2012. He has been a member of the EPC since its creation in 2002. Mr Santamaría, former Head of Operations and Business Services, was Senior Vice President with Banco Santander until December 2016. He was a member of the Board of the Euro Banking Association, a Director of the SWIFT Board and of the Iberpay Board also until the end of 2016. As an independent, self-employed professional, Mr Santamaría accumulates a holistic and balanced expertise along the confluent dimensions of payments —business related, operational, technical—, across the different client segments and product lines, in the legacy and the innovative spheres. He has been immersed in both cooperative and competitive environments. Besides payments, he is keen on other banking fields and, also, continues to be actively engaged in academic matters.

Jon Matonis
Jon MatonisVice President of Corporate Strategy | Founding Director
nChain | Bitcoin Foundation
United Kingdom

An economist and e-Money researcher focused on expanding the circulation of non-political digital currencies, Jon also serves as an independent board director to companies in the Bitcoin, the Blockchain, mobile payments, and gaming sectors. Jon has been a featured guest on CNN, Bloomberg, NPR, Al Jazeera, RT, Virgin Radio, and numerous podcasts. As a prominent fintech columnist with Forbes Magazine, American Banker, and CoinDesk, he recently joined the editorial board for the cryptocurrency journal Ledger. His early work on digital cash systems and financial cryptography has been published by Dow Jones and the London School of Economics.

Roselyne Jauffret
Roselyne Jauffret Sales Director-Europe
ACI Worldwide
France

With more than 10 years working for the payment industry, Roselyne has built a strong network throughout Europe. She started her career at Atos Worldline and increased her international experience at Ingenico Group. She speaks 5 languages and his passionate about payments and new technologies. She joined ACI in 2014 to implement a Key Account Strategy in Eastern Europe. Now in charge of developing new business, Roselyne and her team are promoting the ACI name and discussing the payment industry challenges across Europe.

Our Speakers

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Peter Nordgaard
Peter NordgaardDigital CFO/COO/Boardmember/Interim/ Associate Professor/Fintech
Denmark
Marco Doeland
Marco DoelandHead of Risk Management
Dutch Payments Association
The Netherlands
Victor Dostov
Victor DostovPresident
Russian E-Money and Remittance Association
Russian Federation
Michiel Van Doeveren
Michiel Van DoeverenSenior Policy Advisor
DNB
The Netherlands
Heike Winter
Heike WinterDirector, Retail Payments Policy
Deutsche Bundesbank
Germany
Pedro Felicio
Pedro FelicioSenior Specialist
Europol
The Netherlands
Gene Neyer
Gene NeyerHead of Industry and Regulatory
Finastra (Formerly D+H)
United Kingdom
Pavel Niedoba
Pavel NiedobaOwner
Simplecoin
Czech Republic
Lola Hernandez
Lola HernandezEconomist
De Nederlandsche Bank
The Netherlands
Pascale-Marie Brien
Pascale-Marie BrienSenior Policy Adviser-Payments and Digital
The European Banking Federation (EBF)
Belgium
Zafar Kazmi
Zafar KazmiMobile Channel Strategies
Erste Bank
Austria
David Gamboa
David GamboaGroup Digital Sales
Erste Group
Austria
Kasper Sylvest
Kasper SylvestHead of Financial Market Infrastructures
Danske Bank
Denmark
Janina Lowisz
Janina LowiszChief Marketing Officer
Cashaa
United Kingdom
Julian Sawyer
Julian SawyerChief Operating Officer
Starling Bank
United Kingdom
Adil Sassa
Adil SassaSenior Solution Consultant
ACI Worldwide
France
Ann Börestam
Ann BörestamPrincipal Expert
European Central Bank
Germany
Lu Zurawski
Lu ZurawskiSolution Practice Lead
ACI Worldwide
France

Our Advisors

Michiel Van Doeveren
Michiel Van DoeverenSenior Policy Advisor
DNB
The Netherlands
Marco Doeland
Marco DoelandHead of Risk Management
Dutch Payments Association
The Netherlands
Peter Frambach
Peter Frambach Head of International Payment Services
AGES Maut System GmbH & Co. KG
Germany
Edith Rigler
Edith RiglerAssociate
Payments Advisory Group
Germany
Jessica Bogdanovskij
Jessica BogdanovskijRegional Marketing Manager EMEA
Finastra
United Kingdom
Ugo Bechis
Ugo BechisE-Payment & SEPA Advisor
UB Adv
Italy

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Who will you meet?

Chief Executive Officers, Chief Financial Officers, Members of the Board, Senior Vice Presidents, First Vice Presidents, Executive Vice Presidents, Vice Presidents Managing Directors, Executive Directors, Directors,
Global Heads, Regional Heads, Group Heads, Heads & Leads General Managers, Senior Managers & Managers
Analysts, Consultants & Advisors OF:

FROM BANKS:

  • Cash Development
  • Cash Management
  • Channels & Distribution
  • Corporate Finance
  • Correspondent Banking
  • Cyber Security
  • Digital Banking
  • Digital Money
  • e-Banking
  • e-Commerce
  • Electronic Payments
  • Emerging Payments
  • Financial Services
  • Fraud Management
  • Intra-day Cash Management
  • Market and Business Strategy
  • Market Integration
  • Online Payments
  • Online Security
  • Operations
  • Payment Cards
  • Payment Policy
  • Payment Services
  • Payment Systems
  • Payments
  • Payments Infrastructure
  • Payments Strategy
  • Payments Products
  • Prepaid Product Management
  • Regulatory and Market Policy
  • Retail Payments
  • SEPA
  • Transaction Services
  • Transactional Banking
  • And other payments related professionals

FROM CORPORATES:

  • Cash and Treasury
  • Cash Management
  • Corporate Finance
  • Corporate Treasury
  • Payments
  • Payroll Accounts
  • Treasury and Funding
  • Treasury and Risk Management
  • Treasury and Tax
  • Treasury Operations
  • Treasury Services
  • Treasury Systems
  • And other related payment and financial professionals

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FAQ

You can always register without a name using the TBA [To Be Announced] option. Please indicate TBA instead of the delegate name and 2 weeks prior to the event you are able to send the delegate name/s to booking[at]glceurope.com
While we are not happy to see you cancel your registration, we understand that “life happens” and other obligations come up. Our refund schedule is as follows:
The client has the right to cancel his/her registration in the event.
There is a 50% liability on all conference registrations once made, whether the booking was made through our website or via e–mail/ telephone/ fax.
If the client cancels with more than 8 weeks’s advance notice, GLC shall be entitled to an amount equivalent to 50% of the conference fee and 16 EUR administration charge. In case the client has already made his/her payment, this will be deducted from the conference fee GLC has already received and the remainder will be refunded. If no conference fee has been received prior to the cancellation request, GLC will issue an invoice for the cancellation fee (the amount equivalent to 50% of the conference fee and 16 EUR administration charge), which the client must pay immediately upon receipt. No refunds are available for cancellations received with 8 week’s (or less) advance notice or in case the client fails to attend the conference. In these cases, the full amount of the conference fee must be paid.
In general no VAT is applied based on the Hungarian VAT law with the exception of individual payment [when you would like to pay from your own budget and not from the company’s budget] and for Hungarian companies where 27% VAT is applicable which is refundable at the end of the company’s fiscal year.
Our hospitality partners usually have options available for parking places, however it can change from event to event. If you would like to receive more information on parking please e-mail our colleague susanna.juhasz[at]glceurope.com.
We provide a conference documentation pack which includes: conference agenda, notes pages and attendee information. Soft copies of some of the presentation are available on USB-flash-drives for each delegate. You may bring your laptop, tablet or other mobile device so you are able to review the presentations while they are being presented. Free Wi-Fi will be provided and outlets will be available for recharging computers, mobile devices and phones. We highly recommend you to bring along your business cards and a desire to learn from some of the industry’s leading experts.
The dress code is business casual. Feel free to leave the suits and ties at home this time. We do suggest you bring a sweater or dress in layers, as the conference room temperature may fluctuate.
Any of our staff members at the event will be delighted to help you. You can contact us for free via WhatsApp or Viber or any time over the phone or via e-mail or post.
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    Many people are afraid to request for training budget, because they can’t seem to find the “perfect time” to do it. Well, there’s no perfect time to ask for it, but there are definitely some moments that are better than others. For instance, if your boss is about to take a two week vacation, he/she might be in a good mood. If he/she just lost a major account, may not be wise at that juncture.
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    When you ask for budget, you should be prepared with specific details and explanations about what is in it for the company and you’re superior. If you go into a meeting and just say, “I want to get budget for a conference,” it’s likely that your request won’t be taken seriously. If you want to plan ahead, then you should be prepared to explain the following points:
    1. Start by stating your accomplishments
    2. Show that you’re ready for more responsibility and eager to learn
    3. Describe:
    a) How this event will increase your productivity?
    b) How you will need less supervision
    c) How you can bring back the knowledge to the company
    4. Follow up
You might find free to attend events which are usually organized by a solution/service provider within the industry. Unlike at free to attend events, on a paid event you will find more diverse industry knowledge rather than presentations related to services or solutions.
In case you cannot attend for both days, you can always attend for just 1 day of the event. In this case we will send you all presentations of the 2 days. The participation fee is 70% of the original investment. In case you would like to attend the event for just 1 day please contact us on booking[at]glceurope.com
In case you are busy on 1 of the days, you certainly can split the 2 day conference with one of your colleague. All you need to do is send us an e-mail to booking[at]glceurope.com
We understand that not all senior-level professionals might be available on the dates. As the event is an annual event, most of the attendees try to postpone their engagements or send a small group from their teams to benefit from the conference.

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