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19 November 2020 15:30 - 16:30 GMT (10:30 EST, 16:30 CET)
United Kingdom

European payments is moving into a brave new world with a series of landmark changes being planned across the Eurosystem’s core infrastructure. With the introduction of the Retail Payments Strategy framework the European Commission has set banks a clear deadline of the end of 2021 to provide access to instant payments. This in addition to the migration to ISO 20022 means there is a lot for any financial institution to focus on, even without then considering how this plays out in a post COVID world.

We invite you to join us in our upcoming webinar where we will discuss the impact of these changes on financial institutions as well as the strategic choices to help manage the transition safely, efficiently and successfully. We will discuss what the policy makers in Europe believe the payments sector should be doing in the next five years and how they are going about achieving this through planned policies and mandates.

Our panel of experts:

• Paul Thomalla, Head of Payments, Finastra

• Gareth Lodge, Senior Analyst Payments, Celent

• Tom Deprins, Global Financial Services Regulatory Compliance, Microsoft

We all thought that a lot had happened in payments over the last 10 years but looking at what is being planned over the next few years this was really just the starting point, and not the end. Make sure you don’t miss out on this exciting discussion and why it should be top of everyone’s agenda.

This will be an interactive session, so you will be able to submit questions at registration or during the event.

If you are not available at that time, you can still register and we will send you a recording after the event.

Event details

Corporate Banking
Geographic Focus