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Peter Nordgaard
Peter NordgaardAssociate Professor Executive MBA Finance & Economics
Middlesex University
Scott McInnes
Scott McInnes Financial services, Payments
Bird & Bird LLP
Stuart Bailey
Stuart Bailey Industry, Strategy & Design Payments Technical Services Group CIO
Lloyds Banking Group
United Kingdom
Rūta Merkevičiūtė
Rūta Merkevičiūtė Head of Division Payments market supervision
Bank of Lithuania
Makoto Shibata
Makoto Shibata FinTech & Digital Innovation Expert
FinoLab INC.
Keith Gros
Keith GrosHead of Financial Crime & Security
Banking & Payments Federation
Dr. Michael Salmony
Dr. Michael Salmony Executive Adviser
European Decision making bodies
Aleksi Grym
Aleksi Grym Head of Digitalisation
Bank of Finland
Ron Delnevo
Ron Delnevo Chairman of The Board
The Cash Learning Partnership
United Kingdom
Nicolas Adolph
Nicolas Adolph Chairman
European Payment Association
Matti Honkanen
Matti HonkanenHead of Next Gen FX - Product owner
Nordea Markets
Felix Attinger
Felix AttingerBusiness Expert | API Strategy and Ecosystems
Commerzbank AG
Daniel Otto-Schleicher
Daniel Otto-SchleicherProduct owner of instant payment
Deutsche Bank
Jurgen Vandenbroucke
Jurgen Vandenbroucke Expert General Manager @KBC Group
Managing Director @everyoneINVESTED
Massimo Buonomo
Massimo Buonomo Expert in blockchain in finance, fin-tech
United Nations Economic Commission for Europe
Hendrik Frank
Hendrik Frank Head of EU Affairs
Deutsche Kreditbank AG
Petia Niederländer
Petia Niederländer Director for Equity Interests, Payment Systems and Internal Services
Austrian National Bank (OeNB)
Artur Dervish
Artur Dervish Member of the Scheme Management Board
European Payments Council
Nicolo Mozzatto
Nicolo MozzattoOpen Banking Team Coordinator
Intesa Sanpaolo
Vibhor Narang
Vibhor Narang Sr Product Manager / Associate Director - Receivables & Virtual Accounts
United Kingdom
Nicolo Mozzatto
Nicolo Mozzatto Open Banking Team Coordinator
Intesa Sanpaolo

Event schedule

Day one

  • 08:00 Registration & Networking with Welcome Coffee

  • 08:30 Greeting from the Project Lead & GLC Icebreaker Session

  • 08:45 Opening Remarks from the Chair

  • 09:00 How is COVID accelerating trends in payments? Putting payments into context – facts and figures

  • 09:30 European Commissions Retail Payments Strategy

  • 10:00 Client adoption of innovation in the payments business

  • 10:30 Tea, Coffee, Networking & Exhibits

  • 10:40 Trends and Practices around the world – How fast will they spread?

  • 11:20 Open Banking – Nordea’s Next Generation FX Solutions

  • 12:00 Get to know more about open banking and the potential contents of PSD3

  • 12:20 Luncheon & Networking

  • 13:20 Open Panel Discussion
    Security provisions of PSD2

  • 14:20 WORKSHOP – Beyond PSD2 towards open banking & account aggregation

  • 15:20 Tea, Coffee, Networking & Exhibits

  • 15:30 The latest on PSD2 strong customer authentication

  • 16:00 PSD2-SCA “ramp-up” for ecom card payments- the acceptance side in practice

  • 16:30 How deepfake and other frauds can break your business?

  • 17:00 Listen to the different features of the payment mix that serves the need for all

  • 17:20 Closing Remarks from the Chair

  • 17:30 End of Day 1

Day two

  • 08:00 Meet, Greet & Networking with Welcome Coffee

  • 08:45 Opening Remarks from the Chair

  • 09:00 WORKSHOP – Get a holistic view about payment ecosystems

  • 09:30 Does Europe need its own proprietary retail payments system?

  • 10:30 Tea, Coffee, Networking & Exhibits

  • 10:40 Payment Innovations in Asia: will they spread out worldwide?

  • 11:00 CBDC – will the “mouton à cinq pattes” fly?

  • 11:40 Payments that grow more – young and first-time investors

  • 12:20 Luncheon & Networking

  • 13:20 The future of Blockchain in finance: CBDCs, Defi, Alternative Data

  • 14:00 Where would CBDC fit in the retail payments landscape?

  • 14:40 Tea, Coffee, Networking & Exhibits

  • 14:50 The Future of Collaboration in Corporate Banking

  • 15:30 SESSION RESERVED FOR HSBC – Virtual Accounts & Recievables

  • 16:10 Closing Remarks from the Chair

  • 16:20 Farewell Tea, Coffee & Networking

  • 17:00 End of Day 2

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Who will you meet?

Chief Operations Officers (COO), Vice Presidents (VP), Heads, Directors, Senior Managers, Managers, Analysts, Consultants, Advisors of:

• Payments
• Cash management
• Back office
• Operations
• Cards
• Digital banking
• Transactional banking
• Open banking
• PSD2
• Blockchain
• E-money

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