BizzPay 8.0 – 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 8.0 will be hosted on 28th and 29th of May, 2020.

Do not miss your chance to hear more about the progress update on PSD2 from the corporate banking perspective, current capabilities and use-cases of artificial antelligence for payments and some of the challenges banks are facing. Participants will have the chance to discuss topics such as the status of blockchain based payment solutions and Facebook, Libra and Google accounts and their impacts on the financial industry.


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

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“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.”
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“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

For detailed program download the agenda

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Event schedule

Day one

  • 08:55 Greeting from the Project Lead

  • 09:00 Payments at the sunset of a new decade – what to expect and what to wish for

  • 09:30 Progress update on PSD2

  • 10:00 Let’s have coffee

  • 10:10 PSD2: An early review from the regulatory front line

  • 10:40 Open Banking Business Models

  • 11:10 Stretch your arms and legs

  • 11:20 Open Banking adoption in Europe and beyond

  • 11:50 Unleashing the Potential of Open Banking: Lessons from Across the Globe

  • 12:20 Lunch break

  • 13:20 Taking friction out of payments

  • 13:50 The real value of Open Banking – Corporate API services

  • 14:20 Let’s get some fresh air

  • 14:30 The future of open-banking in Europe

  • 15:00 Instant payments in Europe in 2020 and beyond

  • 15:30 Closing Remarks

  • 15:40 End of Day 1

Day two

  • 08:55 Greeting from the Project Lead

  • 09:00 The status of blockchain based payment solutions

  • 09:30 Interactive Q & A Session – Challenger Banks and their role in the current ecosystem

  • 10:00 Let’s have a coffee

  • 10:10 Q&A Session – FinTech collaboration between startups and financial institutions

  • 10:40 Payment services and next generation banking

  • 11:10 Stretch your arms and legs

  • 11:20 EBICS goes China – Cash Management Connection for Entities in China

  • 11:50 Competition in cards – The interchange fee regulation

  • 12:40 Lunch break

  • 13:40 COVID -19 Impacts on digital payments and Intesa Sanpaolo ecosystem in the Italian landscape

  • 14:10 Closing Remarks

  • 14:20 End of Day 2

  • 14:30 – 15:30 Join us on the following link for an informal gathering where the project lead can answer any further questions you have regarding the event.

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Pedro Pinto Coelho
Pedro Pinto CoelhoChairman and Chief Executive
Banco BNI Europa
Julian Sawyer
Julian SawyerManaging Director
United Kingdom
Dr. Dirk Haubrich
Dr. Dirk HaubrichHead of Conduct, Payments and Consumers
European Banking Authority
United Kingdom
Gian Battista Baa’
Gian Battista Baa’Head of Digital Payments
Intesa Sanpaolo
Diederik Bruggink
Diederik BrugginkHead of Innovation and Payments
European Savings and Retail Banking Group (ESBG)
Reinout Temmerman
Reinout TemmermanPayments Advisor
National Bank of Belgium
Elie Beyrouthy
Elie BeyrouthyChair
European Payment Institutions Federation (EPIF)
Scott McInnes
Scott McInnesPartner - financial services, payments
Bird & Bird LLP
Liisa Kanniainen
Liisa KanniainenVice President Strategic Partner Digital Banking CBB
Prof. Dr. Michael Lamla
Prof. Dr. Michael LamlaHead of Corporate Banking
Agricultural Bank of China
George Miltiadous
George MiltiadousHead of Open Banking Delivery
United Kingdom
Martin Medek
Martin MedekHead of Open Banking
Česká spořitelna
Czech Republic
Serkan Turan
Serkan TuranVP, Digital Banking, Head of Digital Payment Systems
Maarten Peeters
Maarten PeetersDeputy Head of Payments
Danske Bank
Etienne Goosse
Etienne GoosseDirector General
European Payments Council
David Gamboa
David GamboaGroup Digital Governance Head
Erste Group
Tony Craddock
Tony CraddockDirector General
Emerging Payments Association
United Kingdom
Makoto Shibata
Makoto ShibataFinTech & Digital Innovation
Ruta Merkeviciute
Ruta MerkeviciuteHead of Division
Bank of Lithuania

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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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