The conference agenda at EBAday 2022 will comprise of keynote presentations, panel discussions and debates, featuring leading experts in payments who discuss key topics and new challenges driving the business in Europe.
How can corporates and SMEs use real-time data to improve their liquidity and working capital management? In which way can automation of cashflow processes help? What else has to be done to bring liquidity management close to real-time? When will Treasury as a Service (TaaS) become a reality?
Owner, Cash Dynamics
Market Infrastructures & Regulatory Affairs, SEB
Head of Payments, Tietoevry
SVP International Markets, TAS Group
Managing Director, Head of Global Liquidity and Accounts Solutions Specialist, J.P. Morgan Chase
As the demand for cross-border real-time payments is increasing, standardisation and data richness of payments is becoming again a priority. How will the migration to ISO 20022 help? How can request to pay support that trend?
How can enriched payment data better serve customer needs in the future? What will be the impact of ISO 20022 on banks’ business models? How can its benefits be combined with new technology such as plug-and-play, the cloud or platformisation?
Head of Industry Engagement, Pay.UK
Francis De Roeck
Head of Industry Engagement for Payments, Global Cash Management, BNP Paribas Fortis
Head of Payments Strategy, RedCompass Labs
Product Area Lead Channels & Reporting, ING
Vice President, Global Industry & Regulatory Affairs, Volante Technologies
Would a multiple central bank digital currency really address the pain points of international payments, such as high transaction costs, long settlement times, and lack of transparency? If so, how? And more importantly, by when?
Editor, The Banker
Chief Executive Europe, SWIFT
Director Payments, Risk Monitoring and Financial Literacy, Oesterreichische Nationalbank
Senior Manager EURO1, Service Development and Management, EBA CLEARING
Global Head of Product, Institutional Cash Management, Corporate Bank, Deutsche Bank
Head of Financial Services, Worldline and CEO, equensWorldline
This session will explore how banks should manage the complex yet critical shift from a shareholder to stakeholder capitalism model. Traditionally existing to improve shareholder returns, financial institutions are increasingly being compelled to consider their impact on all those that interact with the organisation – including customers, suppliers, employees, and local communities. Failure to both create and protect long-term value for stakeholders will result in, at least, reputational damage, and at worst, a failed net-zero transition in Europe.
Head of Content, Finextra
Chief Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) Officer, Temenos
What benefits do financial institutions have when adopting managed services? What are the risks? Will outsourcing and specialisation lead to increased efficiency, or generate new sources of revenue? Will FIs better satisfy increasing customer needs?
Deputy Editor, The Banker
Business Line Director, Payments, Temenos
Head of Financial Institutions Sales, France and Benelux, J.P. Morgan
Although utilities have come a long way in introducing best practices to incorporate regulations of multiple jurisdictions, KYC still remains a challenge for FIs and corporates. Can those challenges and the lack of operational efficiency be overcome by developing common data sets?
Secretary General, Euro Banking Association
Managing Director, Banking and Capital Markets (EMEA), DXC Technology
With digitisation in full swing and new technology available, where are PSPs on their journey to a digital operating model? What can traditional banks learn from challengers? How can customer offerings be further personalised?