22 March 2016 @ 17:45 UK time
Level39, One Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London, E14 5AB
The registration process is not live.
The financial industry continues to grapple with the forces of change and disruption driven by regulation, political pressure, technology, the cyber threat, new competitors and changing customer behaviour. Change is now a constant challenge and in response to these pressures, established providers and new entrants must adapt and deliver new strategies and value propositions to compete in the transaction services business.
This Banking Byte event will drill down on the drivers for change and the responses banks can make. It will look at the implications of regulation, specifically PSD2. It will explore how to manage the complexity of digitalisation, the cyber threat, revenue pressures, increasing competition and more demanding customers. It will also examine the potential for technology and new business models to be deployed to respond to these challenges, to capitalise on change and ultimately to drive success in an evolving payments and transaction services landscape.
Finextra and EPAM invite you to this exclusive evening event beginning with a Champagne reception and closing with an opportunity for networking with your industry peers including drinks and canapés.
Our speakers include:
- Damian Richardson, Head of Payment Innovation, RBS
- Becky Clements, Head of Industry Engagement and Payment Change, Metro Bank (UK)
- Alkan Shenyuz, Barrister, Church Court Chambers
- Joshua Bower-Saul, CEO, Cybertonica
- Alistair Brown, Global Head of Payments, EPAM
- Moderator: Gary Wright, Director of Content, Finextra
Via a series of presentations and a panel session our industry expert speakers will discuss, among other topics:
- The state of play with PSD2: timeline and road to adoption, key features and what they mean, how banks should be reacting, and the impact on business models of access to accounts and open APIs
- Possible responses by banks to regulation and disruption: commercial opportunities and threats, practical solutions, how to respond quickly and with compelling propositions, how to innovate and exploit fintech for differentiation
- How technology and new business models can be deployed by banks to respond to the forces of change and turn them to their advantage
- Future developments including how the cards industry is evolving, the possible impact of blockchain, what it really means to implement a successful omni-channel strategy, how to win in an open banking world and how the instant payments landscape will shape up going forward
Please note, priority will be given to employees of regulated financial services institutions.