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Date: Monday, 5 October
Time: 6:30 PM CET
EY speaker: Ron Giammarco, EY Americas Financial Services Information Technology Consulting Partner
In a world where customers expect speed, certainty and transparency in payments, traditional correspondent banking models need to evolve. Customers do need security and protection from bad actors. But many perceive financial crime compliance as a major source of friction in the cross-border payments space. This session asks, what are RegTechs doing to support innovation in payments? If compliance is not a competitive differentiator, is collaboration at industry level the key? How can we innovate responsibly in challenging times? And, how can the financial community establish international standards to co-operate against cybercriminals and fraudsters?
Date: Wednesday, 7 October
Time: 12:30 PM CET
EY speaker: James Lloyd, EY Asia-Pacific FinTech and Payments Leader
This session will consider the social, political, economic and cultural implications of key financial technologies – as well as what the history of money can and cannot tell us about its future. Above all, this session will ask: who gets to decide what the future of money will look like, and who gets to push back?
Date: Wednesday, 7 October
Time: 9:00 PM CET
Speakers: Alan Koenigsberg, Global Head of New Payment Flows, Visa Business Solutions
George Throckmorton, Managing Director, Strategic Initiatives & Network Development, Nacha
Matt Cox, EY Americas Corporate, Commercial, and SME (CCSB) Banking Consulting Leader
Jennifer Lucas, EY Americas Payments Consulting Leader
It’s no debate – data powers payments and is the “glue” that offers more and more opportunities to electronify the payments experience and make it seamless. From cash flow forecasting to cross-border real-time payments, banks and FinTechs are making sizeable investments across wholesale, finance and banking, which have made it clear: data is the key asset needed to deliver frictionless commerce.
A panel of industry innovators will address how data is connecting the payments ecosystem to deliver tangible lasting value. We’ll address real-world data strategies being used in the market today, some unique outcomes that can only be delivered with an integrated data approach and how data goals are integrated into leading organizations’ global and regional strategies.
As unforeseen and ongoing trends push us further into a fully digitally connected world, this session will help identify how data strategies around the world are being leveraged to accelerate and connect businesses.
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