Curated by the Euro Banking Association’s subject matter experts, the conference features keynotes, two core streams, special interest sessions and fintech start-up pitches covering:
Sessions are designed to be lively and engaging, providing eye-opening insight, while also offering delegates practical guidance and actionable information.
An influential panel of senior executives, practitioners and key stakeholders will lead the discussions on the main stage via a dynamic series of keynotes, parallel session streams, interactive workshops and open panel debates offering a deep dive into essential topics.
The agenda will cover:
New for 2019: The Euro Banking Association has opened up EBAday 2019 to a range of special interest groups which are committed to accelerate the reinvention of the payments industry, encourage innovation and increase diversity, to help build a stronger industry that better serves all stakeholders.
Special interest group sessions include:
Managing Director, Digitalisation, Landesbank Hessen-Thüringen (Helaba)
Global Head of Clearing, J.P. Morgan
Global Head of Cash Market Management, Cash Management, Deutsche Bank
Head of Transaction Services, SEB
Head of Group Retail and Corporate Operations, ERSTE Group Bank
Chief Data Officer and Group Head of Innovation, Deutsche Bank
Group Chief Data Scientist, SEB
Head of Core Cash Management Product, EMEA J.P. Morgan
Head of Payments Innovation and Business Development, NatWest
Founder of the IMD World Competitiveness Center and Professor Emeritus of World Competitiveness
Head of Market Management, Payments, NatWest
The venue is the Stockholmsmassan in Stockholm. Travel to the venue in Stockholm via train, or taxi from Stockholm airport. The venue is easily accessible.
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