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EBADay 2010 - Luxembourg, here we come!

Finextra HQ has been a hive of activity around planning the upcoming EBADay - to be held on the 26th and 27th of May in Luxembourg.

Registration is open and the agenda has been set. It should not be a surprise to many that this year the focus will be on the Single Euro Payments Area (Sepa) as well as the Payments Services Directive (PSD) and Sepa Direct Debits (SDD).

The agenda Unlocking the full potential of Sepa is jam-packed with one and a half days of panel sessions, keynote speeches and, or course, excellent networking opportunities.

Sessions include:

  • Corporate needs and solutions in Sepa
  • E-invoicing and the financial supply chain
  • Outsourcing, insourcing and strategic alliances
  • Innovation in payments
  • Real-time payments and liquidity risk
  • Six months after PSD and SDD
  • Designing e-Sepa
  • Achieving excellence in payments

Finextra will be blogging and Tweeting up until and during the event, with updates, comments and news. Look out for more EBADay blogging from our team and the EBA in the coming weeks.

Also, one important note for our ever-growing cadre of repeat delegates. We all remember the hot and sunny time we spent together in Vienna last year. While all will agree that the opulence of the Hapsburg Palace was stunning, the 19th century air conditioning, unfortunately, did not leave people cold.

Our events supremo Katie has assured us that the conference centre in Luxembourg is modern, airy and equipped with central air conditioning.

Leave your hand fans at home and bring your knowledge of payments and Sepa to Luxembourg this May.

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Elizabeth Lumley

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EBAday is the annual event for European payments professionals organised by Finextra and the Euro Banking Association. This community has been created to deliver a forum for EBA delegates to exchange views on instant payments, open banking and new developments in payments processing and technology.


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