Key insights covered in 2023 included:
Each year we dig deeper into the biggest topics.
In 2023, we aimed to guarantee you first-hand insight into areas such as the future of Open Banking and what's driving its adoption, CBDCs & the Digital Euro, Instant Payments, Cross Border Payments and whilst not forgetting PSD3, and so much more!
CBDCs & the Digital Euro
Hear from key European central banks on their perspectives and approaches to Central Bank Digital Currencies. Expert speakers include:
Heike Winter, Director, Retail Payments Policy, Deutsche Bundesbank
Alexandre Stervinou, Deputy Director, Infrastructures, Innovations and Payments Directorate, Banque de France
Seize the opportunity to hear practical examples of successful implementation of open banking schemes in various industries and explore how to drive its ubiquity in Europe and beyond, whilst also gaining a regulatory perspective.
Cross-Border and Instant Payments
Find out more about the G20 directive that is leveraging the cross-border payments opportunity and get to know about the inherent risk cross-border payments pose.
Explore the latest on instant payment innovation from across the globe, including developing instruments to foster innovation and exploring the competitive threat to direct debits from VRPs.
Bank of England
In this session, the Bank of England will be formulating a discussion on their latest paper about Stablecoins. Get to know more about how the macroeconomic impact of stablecoins is bringing about a shift to new forms of digital money.
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As an event partner, we'll help you help you meet and influence the people who are going to ensure the growth of your business now and in the future.
Forge new business relationships, share your experiences and position yourself as a go-to firm in the payments sector. Showcase your firm's expertise to these key decision-makers as a sponsor of Payments International.
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