The live event agenda will comprise of both on-demand keynote presentations, live panel discussions and debates, and roundtables, featuring the world’s leading experts in payments who discuss key topics and new challenges driving the business in Europe.
Post event recordings of the keynote presentations, panel sessions, and roundtables will be available on demand. On demand access can be purchased during registration.
Can regulation act as an accelerator, not inhibitor, to banks’ adoption of new technologies or projects, such as DLT or stablecoins, in the field of cross-border payments? What are the prerequisites for banks to remain competitive while ensuring full compliance with regulation? How can regtech firms help? How will the new EU Retail Payments Strategy influence the changes?
How can PSPs adapt their infrastructure to deal with the technological and operational challenges presented by the increase in real-time payments? What happens when standards, schemes and rails converge for different payment types? How will the
user experience potentially change?
In which ways is a faster international payments ecosystem possible with the help of correspondent banking? Which initiatives are on the horizon? Which challenges remain? What is the best way to respond to increased competition, compliance requirements and new technologies?
How can a digital ID scheme work and who should be the driving force behind it? How can digital identity provide a frictionless consumer experience while helping fight fraud and tackling inter-operability issues? What are the paradigms for data protection?
One lesson from Covid is that the nature of just-in-time global supply chains is changing. This comes on top of deeper trends in global trade in which the logistical and financial supply chains are converging, with data at their core. Payments, automation, and agility are at the heart of these processes as Working Capital cash management becomes the center of Open Account trading in which KYC, ISO message reconciliation, and counter-party risk all key issues. Join this session to learn how new technology can be used to better meet customer needs while mitigating risks in supply chain payments.
With the first RtP services having gone live, how has the new initiative been taken up? How does Request to Pay tie in with banks’ instant payment strategies? Which experience have PSPs had with the new messaging functionality? Has RtP already contributed to further ramp-up of instant payments?
What can banks do to create an “app store” of corporate banking to satisfy highly specialised customer needs? How can the cloud, APIs and platformisation act as enablers? What can the digital payments strategy of the future look like?