A host of board directors, chief financial officers and payments and technology heads from Europe's leading banks have confirmed their participation in the conference programme for the thirteenth annual EBAday, taking place this year in Munich between the 12th and 13th June.
Up to 1500 of Europe's leading payments experts and over 70 exhibitors are expected to attend the two-day event, which will set out a vision for the future of the European payments industry as new technologies and trends reshape the business.
Based around the theme 'New Payment Paradigms: Preparing for Global Impact', the conference programme comprises keynotes, panel discussions and debates featuring more than 80 speakers.
Reflecting the industry's diverse makeup, the EBAday 2018 conference programme is split into two streams, one of which will focus on first-hand practitioner insights into payment trends, with the other investigating new alternative payments and technology.
Proceedings will be opened by Jan Kupfer, UniCredit's recently appointed head of corporate and investment banking, followed by a strategic roundtable addressing cyber-security challenges with Deutsche Bank's head of Ciso, Emea, William Hoffman, Diego Katzeff, global digital and e-commerce director HSBC, and Swift chief Gottfried Leibbrandt
The top-level seminar programme at EBAday is complemented by a bustling exhibition floor, demonstrating the complete spectrum of payment processing services from leading banks, ACHs, technology vendors and consultancies.
The full agenda is now online, and registration
for EBAday 2018 is open.