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EBAday2007 to set payments agenda as Sepa deadlines loom

25 May 2007  |  6395 views  |  0 flag

Payments professionals from across Europe will gather in Rome in early June for two days of intense networking and debate at the second annual EBAday forum, organised by Finextra Research in partnership with the Euro Banking Association.

EBAday2007 opens for business in the Palazzo dei Congressi, Rome, on 4 June and builds on the success of the inaugural forum in Frankfurt 2006 with an extended two-day format and larger exhibition.

The exhibition floor at this year’s event is 50% up on EbAday 2006, with representation from up to 30 leading banks, ACHs, technology vendors, and consultancies. Delegate numbers are also ahead of last year, with participants keen to learn from their peers and gain valuable insight on implementation and testing strategies as the first deadlines for the implementation of a Single Euro Payments Area (Sepa) draw near.

Adopting the theme, 'Sepa: Leading the transformation', EBAday2007 comprises a series of parallel streams, interactive workshops and open panel sessions, with presentations and debate from the cream of the European payments community.

To register for the event, go to www.ebaday.com or see the PDF below for the full agenda.» Download the document now 85.7 kb (PDF File)

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