Country

Berlin, Germany

DATES

17th-18th, May

Industry

Financial Institutions & Banks
Conference Summary

This conference aims to connect only the best panel of PSD2 experts in the market and to provide you with the best practices and real practical case studies from the leading industry players, learning from their successful stories. The conference will be held 4 months after the implementation date of PSD2, so it will open up the real problems that banks have while working under PSD2 regulation, the problems that occur and solutions to the same problems, what should banks do in order to retain their customers, how to cope with RTS and GDPR, how to create the perfect synergy between PISP and AISP services, how to be protected and to prevent frauds in the bold new world of digital payments.

Digital Payments Forum offers the most comprehensive panel of PSD2 experts, experienced payment professionals and innovation leads in the financial services industry to break down what you need to do to take your PSD2 implementation operations further and to how to decrease the cost efficiency and of course the conference will touch the future trends in payments, what to expect and how the way we pay will be changed.

20+ Speakers and experts

Hear from the leading professionals and experts and learn how they are coping with the challenges in the industry

Christian – D. Schaefer

Head of Payment Product and Solution
Deutsche Bank AG
Germany

Wijnand Machielse

Berlin Group

Hetal Popat

Programme Director
HSBC
UK

Maurice Lisi

Head of Multichannel and Customer Experience S/D
Intesa Sanpaolo
Italy

Rui Pimentel

Head of Unit
Bank of Portugal
Portugal

André M. Bajorat

CEO
Figo
Germany

Ness Diwan

Regional Director
MeaWallet AS
UK

Gianluca D’Imperio

Group CIB Compliance & Digital Advisor
UniCredit S.p.A.
Italy

Marc van der Horst

Principal Client Executive Identity
PWC
Netherlands

Jean-Philippe Joliveau

Senior Product Manager
SIA S.p.A
Italy

Marco Folcia

Partner at PWC
PWC
Italy
Agenda Learn the latest trends in the industry

09:10-10:30

Speaker: TBA, Marieke Van Berkel( Subject to final confirmation)

I NAVIGATING COMPLIANCE AND REGULATORY CHANGES

PSD2 vs GDPR – friends or foes / how to navigate through conflicting regulations

Scoping out the impacts of rts.

11:00-12:30

Speaker: Christian D. Schaefer, Gianluca D'Imperio

II PSD2 – IT ALREADY HAPPENED, DON'T WAIT – ACT

Success story : innovative banks are already few steps ahead

Taking the advantage of PSD2

PSD2 is chance for banks to innovate

Innovation in payments: The Compliance perspective

  • The three regulatory Pillars

  • PSD2 key areas

  • Compliance open points

     

13:30-15:00

Speaker: Wijnand Machielse, Jean-Philippe Joliveau

III 4 MONTHS AFTER PSD2 – DATE: WHAT CHANGES HAVE WE SEEN AND WHAT TO EXPECT?

How standardization can be achieved in the context of PSD2?

Which new services have entered the market and what challenges are they facing?

Future trends in payments – blockchain

15:30-17:00

Speaker: Maurice Lisi

IV THE WINNER FROM PSD2 IS THE CONSUMER, BUT WHAT ABOUT THE BANK?

What should banks do in order to retain their customers?

When done right, generating revenue from psd2 it is not just possible – it is effortless

09:10-10:40

Speaker: TBA, Tas Group

V BUILDING CONSUMER TRUST - HOW TO MAKE THEM TRUST THE TPP PROVIDER?

How to achieve success while co-operating with PISP services

Why AISP will become game changers?

How to create the perfect synergy between AISP and PISP?

 

11:10-12:40

Speaker: Hetal Popat, Andre M. Bajorat

VI OPEN BANKING API'S ARE OPEN FOR BUSINESS

Open banking for all

How will banks organize themselves to manage APIs?

Is screen scraping the plague in PSD2?

13:40-14:40

Speaker: Marc van der Horst

VII PANEL DISCUSSION
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