BizzPay 6.0 – European Corporate and Retail Payments Forum

We are happy to announce our upcoming payments forum, which will bring together retail and corporate payments professionals under one roof. The BizzPay 6.0 will be hosted in the sunny city of Barcelona on 8th and 9th of November, 2018.

Do not miss your chance to hear more about Open Banking and SCA from the corporate banking perspective, the development of TPP activities from the regulator point of view and some of the challenges banks are facing. Join the Retail Banking Track where such topics are going to be discussed; next generation of SME Banking, potential of cashless payments and where the technology will take the banks next.

Listen to the European Commission presentation about FinTech Action Plan, the status, and the impact of technologies on the financial system.

Join also our interactive sessions and express your own obstacles, questions and debate about many up-to-date topics with 100+ industry experts.

This year we created two tracks in order to make sure you will find the most relevant and interesting topics within the field of your expertise.

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What participants say about our events:

“I am so glad and proud of being a sponsor of this kind of event with my company and for me it is interesting to find people here from different countries.”
Roselyne Jauffret - Sales Director Europe, ACI Worldwide/France
“The event is really diverse and interesting especially for somebody like myself who is coming from law enforcement. I find a chance to speak with colleagues with learning new things about the sector.”
Petro Felicio – Senior Specialist, Europol / The Netherlands
“The event is totally good for me to have a chance to listen and learn another stories from another companies just in 2 days. I can’t find this anywhere else.”
Peter Nordgaard - CFO, Coinify / Denmark

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Event schedule

Day one

  • 08:15 Registration & Networking with Welcome Coffee

  • 08:45 Greeting from the Project Lead & GLC Icebreaker Session

  • 08:55 Opening Remarks from the Chair

  • 09:00 Cyber Defence Technology Watch

  • 09:40 Fireside Chat – How payments CEOs benefit from new regulations

  • 10:20 How to react to PSD2 as a bank? A practical guide to help in implementing the changes

  • 11:00 Tea, Coffee, Networking & Exhibits

  • 11:30

    Track A: Open Banking: The Corporate Banking

    Track B: Retail Banking Priorities and Improvements

  • 12:10

    Track A: The development of TPP activities from the regulator point of view

    Track B: Different perspectives on retail payments

  • 12:50 Luncheon & Networking

  • 13:50 Beyond PSD2

  • 14:30 The interplay on PSD2 and GDPR

  • 15:10 OPEN PANEL DISCUSSION – PSD2 – Open Banking

  • 15:50 Tea, Coffee, Networking & Exhibits

  • 16:20

    Track A: Real time payments (RTP) for corporates

    Track B: Means of Payment: Where are They Headed?

  • 17:40 Closing Remarks from the Chair & Networking

  • 17:50 End of Day 1

  • 18:30 – 19:30 Cocktail Reception

Day two

  • 08:30 Meet, Greet & Networking with Welcome Coffee

  • 08:55 Opening Remarks from the Chair

  • 09:00 Forecast of the Payments Ecosystem

  • 09:40 Co-Presentation: Reaching for the Moon – Innovative Payment Solution

  • 10:20 New technology in payments – what works and what doesn’t

  • 11:00 Tea, Coffee, Networking & Exhibits

  • 11:30 Be at the forefront in the mobile payment battleground

  • 12:10 Open API for Banking access by a Third Party – Authentication and end-user consent issue

  • 12:50  Luncheon & Networking

  • 13:50 PANEL DISCUSSION – FinTech Collaboration


  • 15:10 Challange of the day

  • 15:40 Closing Remarks from the Chair & Farewell Networking

  • 15:50 Farewell Tea, Coffe, Networking and Exhibits

  • 16:20 End of Day 2

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József Németh
József NémethDeputy CEO
Online Ltd Hungary
Anna Maj
Anna MajFinTech Leader, Advisor & Mentor, Payments Visionary, European Women Payments Network
Reinout Temmerman
Reinout TemmermanPrudential Supervision of Market Infrastructures and Oversight
National Bank of Belgium
Morten Wischmann
Morten WischmannArea Lead - Payment Moonshots
Danske Bank
Grzegorz Hansen
Grzegorz HansenDirector for Transactional Banking Strategy and Development, Transactional Banking Department
mBank SA
Serkan Turan
Serkan TuranVP | Digital Banking Group, Head of Digital Payment Sytems & Fintech Banking
Tony Craddock
Tony CraddockDirector General
Emerging Payments Association
United Kingdom
Vikas Munshi
Vikas MunshiSr Architect, Engineering Platform
The Netherlands
Diederik Bruggink
Diederik BrugginkSenior Adviser Payments
European Savings and Retail Banking Group (ESBG)
Lana Abdullayev
Lana AbdullayevDirector - GRC & Strategy in the Digital Age
Lloyds Banking Group
United Kingdom
Corinna Lauer
Corinna LauerDirector,Payment Products
UniCredit Bank AG
Aleksi Grym
Aleksi GrymHead of Digitalisation
Bank of Finland
Sébastien de Brouwer
Sébastien de BrouwerChief Policy Officer
European Banking Federation
Irit Mendelson
Irit MendelsonDirector of the Accounting, Payment and Settlement Systems Department
Bank of Israel
Christian Schäfer
Christian SchäferHead of Payment Products & Solutions
Deutsche Bank AG
Lorenzo Gaston
Lorenzo GastonTechnical Director
Smart Payments Association
Scott McInnes
Scott McInnesTechnical Director
Partner Bird & Bird
Tina Peris
Tina PerisPayment Cards & Fraud Management Director
Nicole Jonat
Nicole JonatProduct Specialist Payment
Diana Carrasco
Diana CarrascoHead of Digital Risk, Compliance and Policy UK & EU
United Kingdom
Casper Lund Thomsen
Casper Lund ThomsenDevelopment Director
Danske Bank
Gian Battista Baa’
Gian Battista Baa’Digital Payment Manager
Intesa Sanpaolo
Franziska Zangl
Franziska ZanglBusiness Development Manager
NDGIT - Next Digital Banking
Robert Courtneidge
Robert CourtneidgeCEO
United Kingdom
David Hunter
David HunterChairman
Kerv Wearables
United Kingdom
John Basquill
John BasquillEditor
United Kingdom

Prestigious Advisors

AbdulRahman M Ababneh
AbdulRahman M AbabnehHead of Oversight & Supervision on Payment, Clearing & Settlement Systems Division
Central Bank of Jordan
David Gamboa
David GamboaGroup Digital Sales
Erste Group
Lu Zurawski
Lu ZurawskiConsumer Payments Practice Lead
ACI Worldwide
Heimen Schuring
Heimen SchuringHead of Channel Support & Payment Engine
Matthias Schmudde
Matthias SchmuddeHead of Payments Division
Deutsche Bundesbank
Scott McInnes
Scott McInnesPartner
Bird & Bird LLP
Joris Elzinga
Joris ElzingaBusiness Development Manager Payments
Banco Sabadell
Ugo Bechis
Ugo BechisCo-Chair
Lafferty Brexit Council

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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:

• 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


• Transaction Services

• Transactional Banking

• And other payments related professionals

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