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EBAday is back again and both Finextra and the Euro Banking Association are gearing up to welcome guests in-person in Madrid on the 20th to 21st June.
After two years as a virtual conference, EBAday 2022 is back in person for its seventeenth year in Vienna, Austria. The EBA and Finextra Research welcomed a host of board directors, chief executive officers, and payments and technology heads from Europe's leading banks, as well as selected fintechs to the conference.
Kicking off the EBAday session titled ‘Building Operational Resilience’, moderator Tom Zink, research director, IDC Financial Insights, posed a poll question to the audience, asking ‘how familiar are you with DORA?’
It is well understood that evolving business ecosystems promoting a frictionless payment experience for consumers, but what are the trends regarding embedded payments? What new products, services, and transaction models enable next-generation payments? And importantly, what are the hurdles that financial institutions and fintechs are yet to overcome?
Kicking off an afternoon of sessions at EBAday 2022 in Vienna on how technology can take payments to the next level, Patricia Hines, head of corporate banking research, Celent moderated a panel with Patrice Amann, regional business lead – EMEA financial services, Microsoft; Philipp Höfer, group product owner cash management, Raiffeisen Bank International; Jon Lloyd, head of customer success for Europe, Form3; and Steve Wright, principal commercial consultant, Lusis Payments and Consultant, Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
Dean Sposito, Managing Director, Head of Institutional Cash Management, Western Europe, Deutsche Bank speaks at EBAday 2022 in Vienna about how today’s geo-political and economic landscape has reinforced the importance of correspondent banking, the ongoing pain-points within correspondent banking, what the banking community is currently working on to meet these challenges, and how banks are best positioned to take advantages of changing dynamics in the market.