Agenda - Day 1

The conference programme at EBAday 2019 comprises keynotes, panel discussions and debates featuring more than 80 of the world’s leading experts in payments who discussed key topics and new challenges driving the business in Europe.

09:00-10:00 Registration and breakfast

Wolfgang Ehrmann, Chairman of the Board, Euro Banking Association

10:10-10:30 Host Sponsor Keynote

10:30-11:15 Strategic Roundtable “Global transaction banking - the art of the possible”

11:15-12:00 Challenge Speech

12:00-13:30 Lunch and networking time

13:30-14:15 Stream 1: Practitioners’ insights into payment trends

Which implications does the ongoing digital transformation have for banks and their customers? Which core operations need to be revised, and which processes should be kept?

     Stream 2: Technology supporting payment advancements

Which impact do market forces such as regulation and technology have on intraday liquidity and how are banks responding?
What is the current status of real-time payments and open banking initiatives in Europe and beyond? What are the strategic imperatives and what can be learned from the developments in these markets?
How do financial institutions interact with Google, Apple, Alibaba, Facebook and Amazon? Should they rather be controlled, regulated, or partnered with?

15:15-15:45 Coffee break and networking time

Which benefits does a migration to ISO 20022 have for systems such as EURO1 and TARGET2? Where do the pitfalls lie?
What are the most effective ways to deliver API-based, contextual financial services in an open ecosystem? Which use cases have been most successful so far? Do they lead to more or less innovation?

16:30-16:45 Coffee break and networking

Was the PSD2 legislation a success for banks operating in the payments market? Do some areas, such as fraud detection and reporting, still need attention? How can banks best transpose the guidelines from the European Banking Authority?
How can AI, DLT and predictive analytics help PSPs turn their big data into customer insights, thereby enhancing service provisions? What lessons have been learned so far? Are the new technologies delivering on their promises?

17:30-18:30 Drinks Reception and Networking Time

18:30 End of first day

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