The event where banking and payments collide

 

9 March 2020 – Pre-conference ‘Introducing the FinTechs’ evening

10-11 March 2020 – Main conference

Meliá Avenida América, Madrid, Spain

ATTENDEES

400+

BANKS & PAYMENTS COMPANIES

80+

CHIEF / DIRECTOR / HEAD

60%

COUNTRIES

40+

See the future of banking and payments today

This conference brings together the prime movers from established players and FinTechs across Europe’s banking and payments ecosystem. Connect with the industry’s most brilliant minds and choose the content that’s relevant to you across two distinct stages.

Visionary content

Across our separate banking and payments stages, future-gazing keynotes and innovative case studies will give you the new ideas you need to turn disruption to your advantage.

Interactive sessions

Whether by joining an expert-moderated think tank or participating in an in-depth workshop, you will have the opportunity to work with other attendees to generate unique and practical solutions that only cross-industry collaboration can deliver.

FinTech evening

Our Introducing the FinTechs evening is renowned for great pitches and significant conversations that connect established banking and payments providers with the right FinTech for them, all in a relaxed setting over drinks and canapés.

1:1 meetings

Using Brella’s algorithm, you will have the option to scroll through your suggested connections based on your interests, or search the full attendee list and then set up 1:1 meetings in our dedicated networking zone!

Speakers

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Pedro Pinto Coelho

Chief Executive Officer, Banco BNI Europa

Anne Boden, Starling Bank - MoneyLIVE bank event

Anne Boden

Chief Executive Officer, Starling Bank

Alfonso Ayuso, Banco Sabadell - MoneyLIVE Events

Alfonso Ayuso

Chief Innovation Officer, Banco Sabadell

Carlos Kuchkovsky BBVA

Carlos Kuchkovsky

Chief Technology Officer, New Digital Business, BBVA

Ignacio Cea Fornies - Bankia

Ignacio Cea Fornies

Chief of Technology and Cyber Security, Bankia

Soren Rode Andreeasen, Danskebank - MoneyLIVE bank event

Søren Rode Andreasen

Chief Digital Officer, Danske Bank

Speaker Placeholder

Luis Garcia

Chief Information Officer, Deutsche Bank

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Eric Tak

Global Head of ING Payments Centre, ING Bank

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FinTech Evening

9 March 2020 | 17.30 – 20.00

Following on from the success of last year, our highly anticipated FinTech Evening is making a return in 2020! This evening is dedicated to exploring the best and brightest start-ups in the European scene. Network with your peers over drinks and canapés and sit back and listen to the latest innovative start-ups pitch to you.

Agenda

Banking Stage

+Open banking in the platform economy
+ Banking as a service, platform or marketplace?
+ Next-stage digital transformation
+ Developing your API strategy
+ Virtual assistants
+ Voice as a channel
+ Big Tech in banking
+ Analytics-driven convenience

Payments Stage

+ Impact of PSD2 and instant payments
+ Evolution of the digital wallet
+ Leveraging data to add value
+ Real-time loyalty rewards
+ Contextual and in-app payments
+ Frictionless and invisible payments
+ IoT and voice-activated payments
+ Meeting the security challenge

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Main Conference - Day 1 Tuesday, 10 March 2020

Main Conference - Day 2 Wednesday, 11 March 2020

MoneyLIVE welcome address & chair's opening remarks

Session 1

The next phase of disruption in banking and payments

Views from the top

Disrupting banking and payments from within


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Pedro Pinto Coelho

Chief Executive Officer , Banco BNI Europa

Open Innovation Strategy in Bankia


Ignacio Cea Fornies - Bankia
Ignacio Cea Fornies

Chief of Technology and Cyber Security , Bankia

Riding the wave of technological change in banking


Carlos Kuchkovsky BBVA
Carlos Kuchkovsky

Chief Technology Officer, New Digital Business , BBVA

Leaders’ forum

Where will disruption take us?

• How is the combination of open banking with instant payments likely to affect the European market?
• Planning ahead: what will the banks and payment providers of the future look like?
• Will European consumers start to use the kind of cross-sector digital platforms that dominate China and, if so, when? How should banks and payment providers prepare?
• Banking-as-a-service, banking-as-a-platform, banking-as-a-marketplace: how will the prevalence and economics of each model unfold?
• Will banks need to offer non-FS products in order to play a significant role in consumers’ daily lives?
• Specialisation vs. diversification: which strategy will win through for different types of player?
• Fragmentation versus consolidation: how is the market likely to be structured in 5 years’ time?


Carlos Kuchkovsky BBVA
Carlos Kuchkovsky

Chief Technology Officer, New Digital Business , BBVA

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Pedro Pinto Coelho

Chief Executive Officer , Banco BNI Europa

Ignacio Cea Fornies - Bankia
Ignacio Cea Fornies

Chief of Technology and Cyber Security , Bankia

Jevgenijs Belezjaks Unicredit group
Jevgenijs Belezjaks

Chief Executive Officer - Baltics , UniCredit Group

Session 2

Banking Stage: Customer experience – where next? | Payments Stage: Exploring the combined effect of PSD2 and Instant Payments

Banking Stage: Customer experience – where next?
Payments stage: Exploring the combined effect of PSD2 and Instant Payments
Keynote address

Assessing the new goal posts: what now constitutes excellent customer experience?

• How are new FinTech entrants shaping customers’ experience expectations?
• Is collaboration with third parties the most realistic and robust strategy for banks to optimise their CX?
• Towards hyper-personalisation: the priorities and the pitfalls
• Helping customers make better financial decisions: the key to engagement?
• Maintaining the human element: how significant a role is live video chat likely to play?


Velimir Stanojevic - Sberbank, MoneyLIVE bank event
Velimir Stanojevic

Head of Digital Banking , Sberbank

Fireside chat

Voice assistants: towards the next big banking channel

• What do customers really want from voice technology?
• What lessons in voice user experience should banks build into the skill development process?
• How can greater customer insight be derived from an AI-powered conversation?
• Encouraging uptake in an emerging market: the key ingredients
• Failing fast: developing an agile and flexible approach


Speaker Placeholder
Depika Koria

Global Innovation - Voice Assistants , HSBC

Panel discussion

Anticipating the next wave of disruption in customer experience

• AI in customer experience: where will its impact be greatest?
• The evolution of the chatbot into a sophisticated virtual assistant: is “conversational banking” the way ahead?
• Is accessing banking through instant messaging applications set for exponential growth?
• Will voice-activated assistants be the next big banking channel and, if so, how is their growth curve likely to take shape?
• The potential of extended reality: will virtual branches become a mainstream reality and, if so, when?
• The power of analytics-driven convenience: will this become the new customer apathy and what does that mean for banks?


David Erixon, Bo - MoneyLIVE bank event
David Erixon

Chief Marketing Officer , Bó (Royal Bank of Scotland)

Raj Basra - HSBC
Raj Basra

Head of Innovation – Europe , HSBC

Speaker Placeholder
Marina Banovic

Chief Operating Officer and Deputy Chief Executive Officer , Podgorička Banka

View from the top

Making payments smoother than ever before


Alfonso Ayuso, Banco Sabadell - MoneyLIVE Events
Alfonso Ayuso

Chief Innovation Officer , Banco Sabadell

View from the top

Leveraging new opportunities to add value


Invisible security to transform a barrier into an opportunity


Tim Ayling, Buguroo - MoneyLIVE Events
Tim Ayling

Vice President - EMEA , Buguroo

Leaders’ forum

Exploring the impact of PSD2 and Instant Payments today and tomorrow

• Just how significant a shift towards bank-to-bank payments will we see and in what timeframe?
• To what extent are digital wallets now set for exponential growth?
• Could acting as PISPs and AISPs replace lost revenues for acquirers, card schemes and issuers?
• What value-added services will prove most successful for different players?
• Will we see retailers incentivise customers to pay directly from their bank accounts?
• Will large numbers of retailers become, or partner with, PISPs? How will customers respond?
• What is required to ensure a continued role for cards? How can card issuers best add extra value for customers?
• API standardisation: what more can we expect from both regulators and industry?


Alfonso Ayuso, Banco Sabadell - MoneyLIVE Events
Alfonso Ayuso

Chief Innovation Officer , Banco Sabadell

Marina Fajardo - Market Pay (Carrefour) - MoneyLIVE bank event
Marina Fajardo

Director of Innovation and Open Banking , Market Pay (Carrefour)

Session 3

Workshops and One-to-One Meetings

Workshop One: Developing your open banking strategy
Workshop Two: Improving payments experiences: identifying the easy wins
Workshop Three: Creating an agile and innovative culture
Workshop Four: Winning the battle for customer loyalty in payments
Workshop Five: Optimising CX in a mobile-first world
Workshop Six: Maintaining security and fighting fraud in an open ecosystem

In this session, delegates will have the option of choosing between attending one-to-one meetings, which can be arranged using the conference app, or attending one of the following six workshops. Each workshop will run for an hour and fifteen minutes and will be facilitated by dedicated subject matter experts. Places on each workshop are limited, so make sure to reserve your slot!

Workshop

In this workshop, you can explore strategies for banks in an API-based economy. Subjects to be addressed include:

• Evaluating banking-as-a-service, platform and marketplace in light of existing capabilities and market position
• Identifying opportunities to add more value to customers
• Overcoming data security concerns
• How to create partner-friendly APIs
• Options for API monetization


In this session, delegates will have the option of choosing between attending one-to-one meetings, which can be arranged using the conference app, or attending one of the following six workshops. Each workshop will run for an hour and fifteen minutes and will be facilitated by dedicated subject matter experts. Places on each workshop are limited, so make sure to reserve your slot!

Workshop

In this workshop, you can explore what customers want from their payment experience and how that can most easily be delivered. Subjects to be addressed include:

• What is it, beyond ease, that customers value in a payment experience?
• Where does new technology offer potential to reduce friction and improve customer experience?
• How can the likely ROI from investment payment experience best be quantified and demonstrated?


In this session, delegates will have the option of choosing between attending one-to-one meetings, which can be arranged using the conference app, or attending one of the following six workshops. Each workshop will run for an hour and fifteen minutes and will be facilitated by dedicated subject matter experts. Places on each workshop are limited, so make sure to reserve your slot!

Workshop

In this workshop, you can gain in-depth insight on specific approaches to improving organisational agility and innovation.

Subjects to be addressed include:
• The key differences between a status quo culture and an innovation culture
• How innovation cycles typically work
• How to work round the barriers of legacy processes, systems, thinking and hierarchies
• Which strategies have been the most successful in increasing innovation and agility in other organisations in banking and beyond?


In this session, delegates will have the option of choosing between attending one-to-one meetings, which can be arranged using the conference app, or attending one of the following six workshops. Each workshop will run for an hour and fifteen minutes and will be facilitated by dedicated subject matter experts. Places on each workshop are limited, so make sure to reserve your slot!

Workshop

In this workshop, you can drill down into the latest thinking on how best to inspire customer loyalty in payments. With customers leaving ever-expanding digital footprints and data analytics becoming ever-more powerful, find out how best to exploit new opportunities to personalise in real-time. Subjects to be addressed include:

• What sort of loyalty benefits appeal to different demographic groups? How and why do Millennials think differently?
• How might real-time loyalty rewards work in practice and what might be the benefits?
• What are the principal barriers to real-time loyalty rewards and how can these be overcome?


In this session, delegates will have the option of choosing between attending one-to-one meetings, which can be arranged using the conference app, or attending one of the following six workshops. Each workshop will run for an hour and fifteen minutes and will be facilitated by dedicated subject matter experts. Places on each workshop are limited, so make sure to reserve your slot!

Workshop

In this workshop, you can develop an in-depth understanding of the very best in mobile experience in banking and beyond. You will work in groups to identity:
• The critical steps digital leaders across industries have taken to achieve outstanding success in a mobile-first world
• How viable these approaches are for banks and payment providers to adopt
• The most important things to change to optimise customers’ mobile experience without, compromising security


In this session, delegates will have the option of choosing between attending one-to-one meetings, which can be arranged using the conference app, or attending one of the following six workshops. Each workshop will run for an hour and fifteen minutes and will be facilitated by dedicated subject matter experts. Places on each workshop are limited, so make sure to reserve your slot!

Workshop

In this workshop, you will learn how fraud is likely to evolve as banking becomes more open, and then explore the best ways to mitigate that risk. Issues to be addressed include:
• What are the particular risk factors pertaining to open APIs?
• How can collaboration across the banking and payments ecosystem mitigate these risks?
• How else should API risks be mitigated? Developing a checklist
• What should you look for in API gateways and marketplaces to ensure optimum security?


Session 4

Banking Stage: Scaling the summit of digital transformation | Payments Stage: Toward the ultimate payment experience

Banking Stage: Scaling the summit of digital transformation
Payments Stage: Toward the ultimate payment experience
Quick-fire case study | RBS’ Bó

Building a standalone bank

RBS’ standalone app-based bank, Bó is taking on the challengers, unhindered by legacy systems. In this case study, Mark Bailie will outline how the bank created Bó from scratch and how it is looking to migrate over one million existing customers in the coming months.


David Erixon, Bo - MoneyLIVE bank event
David Erixon

Chief Marketing Officer , Bó (Royal Bank of Scotland)

Quick-fire case study | DBS Bank

Creating the infrastructure for “The World’s Best Digital Bank”

DBS Bank’s internationalisation strategy is built on the cornerstone of a customer-centric digital platform, which goes beyond banking by focusing on the customer’s lifestyle and evolving needs. The bank has adopted a FinTech-led strategy to enter new markets and has turned to cloud to give it the flexibility to experiment and scale. Sandra Stonham tells the story of how the IT and operational infrastructure of “The World’s Best Digital Bank” has been created and continues to evolve to meet its, and its customers’, needs.


Shefali Gupta

Senior Vice President - Improvement Programme , DBS Bank

Quick-fire case study | Rabobank

Digital transformation at scale: lessons in delivery

In this case study, Nieke will outline how banks can make organisational and digital changes to their structure to deliver digital transformation to time and at scale. Drawing upon ideas based on accountability, autonomy, alignment and overcoming legacy thinking, this case study deep dives into Rabobank’s agility strategy – certainly not one to miss!


Nieke Martens, Rabobank - MoneyLIVE Events
Nieke Martens

Head of Digital Hub , Rabobank

Panel discussion

‘Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee’: achieving the flexibility to triumph in a digital world

• Is the Spotify model now the perfect organisational structure for banks?
• How can the right balance be struck between autonomy, accountability and alignment?
• Overcoming legacy thinking: how can staff be encouraged to embrace change and take risks?
• Cloud first: is this the key to escaping the legacy systems trap?
• Which applications can be easily migrated to the Cloud, and which not?
• When is a greenfield approach or a partnership the best approach to innovation?


Anthony Flack

Head of Digital Delivery , Santander

Shefali Gupta

Senior Vice President - Improvement Programme , DBS Bank

Anthony Woolley - Societe Generale
Anthony Woolley

Chief Innovation Officer – Managing Director UK , Société Générale

Panel discussion

Contextual, invisible, real-time – making payments frictionless

• How can in-store and online experiences best be revolutionised?
• What has been learnt from checkout-free payments to date?
• Enabling payment within messaging and social media apps: are we on the brink of a revolution in Europe?
• Riding the wave of contextual commerce: what further improvements could be offered to both retailers and customers?
• Look and buy: how could augmented reality transform shopping and payments?
• What opportunities does the regulatory drive towards open banking and instant payments present? What lessons can be drawn from the UK and Italian markets?
• Into which areas are invisible payments likely to be extended in the short and long term? How great is consumer appetite?
• How can AI help deliver a seamless value-added payments journey?


Dag-Inge Flatraaker - DNB Bank, MoneyLIVE bank event
Dag-Inge Flatraaker

Senior Vice President Payment Infrastructures , DNB

Robert White

Director of Payment Industry Oversight , Santander

Sasa Skrgic, Head of Group Card Management, Erste Bank
Sasa Skrgic

Group Retail Strategy - Cards & Payments Projects , Erste Bank

Fireside chat

The evolution of the digital wallet

• What do customers ideally want from a digital wallet?
• What are the keys to a simple and engaging user interface?
• How important is it for a digital wallet to be device agnostic?
• How important are geo-location-based offers?
• To what extent is having transaction history and loyalty points across different account providers and retailers a major attraction for customers?
• Is it now crucial for a wallet to provide a one-stop shop through which customers can run their entire lives?
• Is this a market that, after an initial burst of innovative new entrants, will inevitably consolidate down to just a few major players?


Bjorn Goss, Stocard - MoneyLIVE Banking Conference
Björn Goß

Founder and Chief Executive Officer , Stocard

Fireside chat

Predicting the future of smart device-enabled payments

• A new horizon: to what extent will 5G revolutionise device-activated payments?
• To what extent is payment through wearable devices taking off?
• Vehicle-activated payments: will this be a major growth area?
• How significant are payments through voice assistants and smart home devices likely to become?
• How might the growth of IoT payments affect the payments value chain?
• What role are blockchain smart contracts likely to play?
• What regulatory moves can we expect?


Morten Schwaner, Danske Bank, MoneyLIVE Banking Conference
Morten Schwaner

Head of Card & IoT Solutions , Danske Bank

Keith Lewis, Bank of Ireland - MoneyLIVE bank events
Keith Lewis

Head of Card , Bank of Ireland

Chair's closing remarks and MoneyLIVE Spring party

Chair's opening remarks

Session 5

Banking Stage: New models in banking | Payments Stage: Delivering heightened security while ensuring customer convenience

Banking Stage: New models in banking
Payments Stage: The future of payments regulation
Opening keynote address

Establishing Banking-as-a-Service


Anne Boden, Starling Bank - MoneyLIVE bank event
Anne Boden

Chief Executive Officer , Starling Bank

Opening keynote address

PSD2: an update on meeting the Regulatory Technical Standards


Larisa Tugui - European Banking Authority, MoneyLIVE bank event
Larisa Tugui

Policy Expert, Consumer Protection, Financial innovation and Payments , European Banking Authority

Session 6

Banking Stage: Defining your open future | Payments Stage: Delivering heightened security while ensuring customer convenience

Banking Stage: Defining your open future
Payments Stage: Delivering heightened security while ensuring customer convenience

Transforming retail banking revenue models

• How should revenue models be adapted to succeed in an open-API led environment?
• Adopting the right models: from subscription-based APIs to pay-per-use
• How will banks deliver value in an open architecture climate?
• Do banks possess the capabilities required for this new era, if not, what are they lacking?


Speaker Placeholder
Luis Garcia

Chief Information Officer , Deutsche Bank

Leaders’ forum and digital Q&A

API-based banking: identifying the keys to success

• How can banks best deliver value to retail and SME customers through openness and APIs?
• What can banks learn from the Tech Titans who have set APIs at the heart of their strategy?
• Charging for APIs: who is doing it and how is it working?
• Which monetisation models should we expect to become dominant?
• When should APIs be kept free, even when not mandated by regulation?
• To what extent will open APIs grow to become a bank’s primary revenue source?
• How can banks ensure consumers can be confident about sharing their data through APIs?


Daniel Ehreich - Bank of Ireland, MoneyLIVE bank event
Daniel Ehreich

Head of Open Banking and Innovation , Bank of Ireland

Soren Rode Andreeasen, Danskebank - MoneyLIVE bank event
Søren Rode Andreasen

Chief Digital Officer , Danske Bank

Malin Lignell, Handelsbanken, MoneyLIVE Banking Conference
Malin Lignell

Vice President, Digitalisation and Innovation , Handelsbanken

Fireside chat

SCA and the customer experience: ensuring a positive impact

• The impact of SCA on customers: will the overall impact be positive or negative?
• How effective is SCA likely to be in reducing fraud?
• SCA exempt transactions: determining when this is appropriate
• The role of biometrics in SCA compliance: how realistic is it to use them in a digital context?
• Will SCA be a catalyst for new forms of authentication gaining ground? Which are likely to be the most successful both in store and online?

• How great a role is AI likely to play?


Marina Fajardo - Market Pay (Carrefour) - MoneyLIVE bank event
Marina Fajardo

Director of Innovation and Open Banking , Market Pay (Carrefour)

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Eric Tak

Global Head of ING Payments Centre , ING Bank

Fireside chat

Overcoming security risks in IoT payments

• What are the challenges of designing secure IoT payments?
• To what extent are tokenisation, encryption and biometrics each effective solutions to security concerns?
• How soon will we achieve the level of security required to allow IoT payments to take off?


Andrea Toucinho, Asociación Española de Fintech Insurtech, MoneyLIVE Speaker
Andréa Toucinho

France Representative , Asociación Española de Fintech e Insurtech

Session 7

Think Tanks: Payments & Big Tech, Voice-activated payments, Analytics-driven convenience

Think Tank One: Analytics-driven convenience: how great is the opportunity and threat for banks?
Think Tank Two: Voice-activated payments: the road ahead
Think Tank Three: How should banks and payment providers respond to the threat of Big Tech?

Convenience is king, and what’s more convenient than when big data and analytics make the decisions for you? As analytics driven decisioning becomes more readily available for consumers, what might be both the opportunity and threat for banks? Put your thinking caps on for this interactive, high energy session!

A vision of the future: to what extent could consumers let AI run their lives?


Peter Myatt - Bean, MoneyLIVE bank event
Peter Myatt

Founder and Chief Executive Officer , Bean

Benedikt Voller - Raisin
Benedikt Voller

Head of Europe , Raisin

Think Tank discussion

This discussion will focus on:
• Can we expect the auto-switching services that dominate the energy market to move over to the personal finance space?
• To what extent would customers trust a third party to manage a large proportion of their finances?
• What impact will this business model have on a bank’s revenue and profitability?
• How might banks need to change to evolve their onboarding processes?
• Considering the demographic: how will this service be beneficial for those who are time-poor and in need of the cheapest service?


Think Tank moderator feedback


Peter Myatt - Bean, MoneyLIVE bank event
Peter Myatt

Founder and Chief Executive Officer , Bean

Kevin Mountford Raisin - MoneyLIVE Banking Conference
Kevin Mountford

Chief Executive Officer , Raisin UK

In this Think Tank, delegates will have the opportunity to explore how voice-activated payments could cause a wave of disruption in the industry.  Find the solutions to the most pressing challenges in this high-intensity, interactive session.

The future of voice assistants in banking and payments


Think Tank discussion

This discussion will focus on:
• What do customers really want from voice technology in banking and payments?
• What technological developments should banks prioritise to deliver voice as a channel?
• How can organisations build customer insight into the skill development process?
• Encouraging uptake in an emerging market: the key ingredients
• Failing fast: taking an agile and flexible approach


Think Tank moderator feedback


In this Think Tank, delegates will debate the level of threat posed by tech titans, such as Amazon and Tencent, and then explore how banks and payment providers should respond. Get your creative juices flowing in this high-intensity, interactive session.

The threat of Big Tech: latest developments and their implications


Peter Nordgaard

Associate Professor, Executive Finance & Economics , AVT Business School

Think Tank discussion

This discussion will focus on:

• How are Big Techs most likely to take business and customer relationships away from banks?
• How significant an intermediation threat do massive platform businesses pose?
• Will take-up of the Facebook-backed Libra cryptocurrency extend well beyond the unbanked? Where might this lead?
• What should banks and payment providers prioritise to prepare for the Big Tech threat?
What will banking and payments look like five years from now?


Think Tank moderator feedback


Peter Nordgaard

Associate Professor, Executive Finance & Economics , AVT Business School

Session 8

FinTech Finale

Keynote address

The transformative power of FinTech


Panel discussion

Where is FinTech set to go from here?

• Grabbing banking and payments’ market share: where do the main opportunities for challengers now lie?
• What are the strategic implications of customers now controlling their data?
• How are the 4Cs (collaboration, challenges, co-creation, competition) in incumbent/fintech relationships set to evolve?
• To what extent is international diversification crucial to FinTech new entrants to achieve scale?
• Will we see a number of today’s prominent FinTech challengers fall by the wayside?
• What is the best road to monetisation and profitability in the neo-banking and neo-payments space?
• What business would you start as the next big thing in financial services?


Murali Akella - TransferWise, MoneyLIVE bank event
Murali Akella

Head of Bank Integrations , TransferWise

Speaker Placeholder
Sławomir Lachowski

President and Creator , Golden Sand Bank

Chair's closing remarks and end of conference

“A useful gathering of key leaders in the financial services industry, organized with a human touch and detailed attention to deliver outstanding value and service to the participants.”

Chief Executive Officer, CaixaBank

“Great to see a good mix of participants debating the real issues behind PSD2 and other opportunities in the Retail Banking market from banks to regulators – a great debate!”

Director of Payments and Open Banking, CYBG

“An excellent opportunity to get insights, viewpoints and perspectives from the challenges and opportunities ahead in the Payments and Cards field"

Head of Fraud Intelligence & Analysis Fraud Management, Nordea Bank

“The event continues to be a must attend given its attendees, quality of topics, format and organisation. A truly great event attended by industry leaders."

Vice President – Mobile, Royal Bank of Canada

“Great Pan-European momentum gets insights about the differences of the markets and the common challenges faced by the banking players."

Chief Executive Officer, Consorsbank

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We want you to find the best connections possible and so, this year, we’re using the networking app, Brella.

With Brella, you can view the event schedule, see who is attending, and easily connect with your fellow delegates with the ability to set up 1-to-1 meetings in our designated Brella networking zone. 

1. Set up your profile

Tell us a bit about yourself – who you are, who you work for, and what topics you’re interested in

2. Time for matchmaking magic

Let everyone know who you want to meet – Brella’s unique algorithm will suggest the most relevant connections based on your interests

3. Book your meetings

Before the day, you can start booking in meetings with your fellow attendees – you can show your availability too so you won’t miss out on any content!

4. Time to meet-and-greet

Arrive at your chosen time to meet up with your new contacts in our designated Brella networking zone. You’ll even have your own assigned table. Easy! 

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You’ll meet C-suite, Directors, & Heads of Digital, Strategy, Transformation, Innovation, Operations, Customer Experience, Product, Data and the most innovative start-ups

Venue

Melia Avenida America, Madrid

Melia Avenida America, Madrid

Calle de Juan Ignacio Luca de Tena, 36, 28027 Madrid, Spain

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