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.
Discover the hot topics
Brexit and Trumpism
Learn how they will affect the payment industry
Unveil its real impact on the European market
Data Protection Initiatives
Forecast the challenges caused by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Join our Round Table Discussion about the 4 most disruptive technologies
Debate if banks should fight or cooperate with FinTechs
Blockchain Technology in 2017
Get to know how wide is the adoption in 2017
For detailed program request the agenda
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
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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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 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 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.
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