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EBAday 2011 agenda

When:

15 - 16 June 2011

Where:

IFEMA, Madrid

EBAday 2011 agenda

The conference programme at EBAday 2011 comprises keynotes, panel discussions and debates featuring more than 50 of Europe's leading figures in payments who will discuss new challenges in the transaction business in Europe.

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The conference agenda will feature keynote addresses from senior bankers and plenary session roundtables. Breakout sessions over the two days will also address timely topics of interest to corporate treasurers and transaction banking professionals.

The following speakers have been confirmed:

  • Jean-Pierre Arens, Sales Director, Logica
  • Massimo Arrighetti, CEO, SIA
  • Simon Bailey, Director, Payments and Transaction Banking, Logica
  • Mahadevan Balakrishnan, Chief Operating Officer, National Payments Corporation of India
  • Fred Bär, Euro Services Director, VocaLink and Chairman of EACHA
  • James Barclay, Executive Director, Treasury Services, J.P. Morgan
  • Jean-Pic Berry, Chief Executive Officer, STET
  • Pedro Boada, Managing Director, Treasury Services, J.P. Morgan
  • Salvatore Borgese, Senior Vice President, Value Team
  • Martine Brachet, Head of Interbank Relationships, Société Générale
  • Hartmut Bremer, Head of ACH Projects, Deutsche Bank
  • Vincent Brennan, Executive Head of Group Payments, Bank of Ireland
  • Kevin Brown, Head of Global Product Management, Global Transaction Services, RBS
  • John Broxis, Director STEP2 Services, EBA CLEARING
  • Charles Bryant, Consultant and Senior Advisor to EBA
  • Pierre Calvet, Deputy Manager, Diamis
  • Enrico Camerinelli, Senior Analyst EMEA, Aite Group
  • Alexander Caviezel, Managing Director, Treasury and Securities Services EMEA Executive, J.P. Morgan
  • Martin Coen, CEO, Dovetail
  • Mario De Lorenzo, Central Institutions Director, SIA
  • Peter Downie, Global e-Invoicing Project Manger, Hewlett Packard BPO
  • Björn Flismark, Senior Vice President, Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken
  • Günther Gall, Head of Transaction Serivces, Raiffeisen Bank International AG
  • Warren Gardiner, Chief Product & Strategy Officer, Clear2Pay
  • Christian Goerlach, Director, Asset and Liability Management Europe, Deutsche Bank
  • Gerard Hartsink, Chairman, European Payments Council
  • Jan Hillered, Senior Vice President, Europe & CIS, Western Union
  • Sarah Hysén, Product Manager e-Invoice, Swedbank
  • Wijnand Jongen, Thuiswinkel.org
  • Katja Lehr, Senior Manager, Global Core Payments, PayPal
  • Gilbert Lichter, CEO, EBA CLEARING
  • Hays Littlejohn, Managing Director, UBS AG
  • Gareth Lodge, Senior Analyst, Celent
  • Bob Lyddon, Managing Director, IBOS Association
  • Joe Mazzetti, Executive Vice President, Corporate Development, Fundtech
  • Fred Mouchel, Chairman, EBA CLEARING Treasury and Liquidity Working Group
  • Harry Newman, Head of Banking Initiatives EMEA, SWIFT
  • Simon Newstead, Head of FI Market and Business Strategy, Global Transaction Services, RBS
  • Kirstine Nilsson, SEPA & PSD Coordinator, Swedbank
  • Soledad Núñez, General Director of the Treasury and Financial Policy, Treasury of Spain
  • Luke Olbrich, Head of Debit Europe, MasterCard
  • Patrick Poncelet, Senior Advisor, European Banking Federation and TARGET Working Group
  • Erkki Poutiainen, Head of Strategy and Infrastructure, Nordea
  • Thomas Renner, Head of Competence Center, Electronic Business, Fraunhofer IAO
  • Barry Rhodes, Head of Transaction Banking, ACI Worldwide
  • Wiebe Ruttenburg, Head of Market Infrastructure Division, European Central Bank
  • Javier Santamaría, Deputy General Manager, Grupo Santander
  • Miguel Solera, Tax Coordinator, E-Audit Central Unit, Antifraud National Office, Spanish Tax Agency
  • Brian Stevenson, Chairman, Global Transaction Services, RBS
  • Michel Stuijt, General Manager Market Management, Equens
  • Frank Taal, Global Head Product Management, ING Payments and Cash Management
  • Michael Thom, Retail Issues, Consumer Policy and Payment Systems , European Commission
  • Martin Thomas, Segment Executive, Treasury Services, J.P. Morgan
  • Sharyn Trainor, Director, Global Financial Supply Chain Product Management, Deutsche Bank
  • James Wallis, Vice President, Global Payments Industry, IBM
  • Ruth Wandhöfer, Director & GTS Head of Regulatory and Market Strategy, EMEA, Citi Global Transaction Services
  • Christian Westerhaus, Managing Director, Deutsche Bank
  • Gary Wright, Business Development Director, The SEPA Consultancy

The key topics will be around the driving forces for change in European payments and the strategic and operational choices that European banks face in profitably managing their payment activities. In particular, we will focus on:

  • Transaction banking strategies for growth
  • Drivers of CSM evolution
  • Technology requirements in SEPA
  • The financial supply chain
  • Strategic partnerships
  • The implications of Basel III
  • Roadmaps for payments innovation
  • SEPA migration end-date
  • Online payments and new infrastructure services
  • The Service bureau space

 

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