Live Video: PSD2 -- The essentials for financial services firms
What do financial services firms need to know, and need to do, between now and the 2018 PSD II deadline?
We're filming live at the London Stock Exchange where viewers can get their questions answered live by our experts.
PSD II could have a seismic impact on financial services. It has the potential to fundamentally change the way customers engage with institutions, and how these customers access financial services. There is also potential for open banking to create a platform to drive competition and real innovation in the industry.
But there are also big challenges and threats – data security and liability, to the operating models of financial institutions and from new entrants and third-party providers.
With just over a year to go before the compliance deadline in January 2018 the clock is ticking. Our experts will consider how firms should be looking to strike a balance between regulatory compliance and making the most of the opportunities for innovation afforded by PSD II.
RecordedNov 29 201655 mins
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Paul Taylor, CEO and Alexa Fernandez, Client Relationship Manager, Thought Machine
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Reuben Sagar, Enterprise Account Executive at Onfido + Panel of experts
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Convenience and a seamless customer experience is integral for onboarding new clients and also keeping current clients safe and secure. But are we sacrificing security in exchange for a completely frictionless experience?
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-How to efficiently adjust to local regulations
-The top challenges financial services providers face when it comes to identity verification and how to solve them
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-Are banks keeping up with the changing needs of the customer?
-Cross-border payments: are we evolving?
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> How has consumer payment preferences evolved in APAC which is linked to consumer buying behaviour
> Why is it important to know especially when reaching APAC markets
> What solutions are available?
> What are the pitfalls?
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Caroline Vaughan, Innovate Finance
Felicia Meyerowitz Singh, Founder and CEO at Akoni Hub
Lisa Moyle, FinTech / Director of Partnerships - FinTECHTalents at VC Innovations
Priyanka Lilaramani, Founder and CEO at Plinth.Tech
Brett Shanley, CEO and Founder at Knoma
Riya Pabari, Co-Founder & CEO at Founders Academy
Susanne Chishti, FINTECH Circle | Luca Romagnoli, Salesforce | Sune Gabelgård, Nets| Philip Pointner, Jumio| Paul Hamilton
Data is the new oil. How can financial services organisations use data to revolutionise their offerings and provide a better customer experience?
Join this panel to find out:
- How can banks help customers put their data to good use? What have we learned from Open Banking and PSD2?
- How can AI and predictive intelligence be used to avoid risks and provide a more seamless experience?
- Challenges with data management and aggregation and how to solve them
- How data analytics is impacting financial services
Susanne Chishti, Founder of FINTECH Circle
Luca Romagnoli, Director of Regulated Industries at Salesforce
Sune Gabelgård, Head of Digital Fraud, Intelligence & Research, Nets
Philip Pointner, Chief Product Officer, Jumio
Paul Hamilton, Innovation and FS Expert, PA Consulting
Gabrielle Inzirillo, Plug And Play Ventures | Jane Loginova, BPC | Megan Caywood, Barclays | Scott Johnson, Western Union
What does the bank of the future look like? What are the opportunities and challenges that technology brings to the payments ecosystem?
Join this panel where the speakers will discuss:
-How can data make banking more effective for the modern-day consumer?
-What are the latest trends in new payments platforms and models?
-How are different industries like eCommerce, retail, and insurance affected?
-What are the effects of GDPR and Open Banking?
-What does connected financial services look like?
-The security pitfalls that financial institutions need to look out for
Gabrielle Inzirillo, Director, Fintech, Plug And Play Ventures
Jane Loginova, Global Commercial Officer, BPC |
Megan Caywood, MD, Global Head of Digital Strategy, Barclays
Scott Johnson, Head of Product Innovation and Development, Western Union
Joshua Bower-Saul | Andy Ramsden, G+D Mobile Security | Nicolas Mudadri, Stream Mind | Ruth Wandhöfer, Gauss Ventures
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Join this panel to hear:
- Lessons learned from recent breaches and hacks
- AI-powered strategies to protect your financial institution
- The unique security challenges of incumbent organisations vs. FinTechs
- Best practices to fight fraud and financial crime
Joshua Bower-Saul, CEO, Cybertonica
Andy Ramsden, Global Solution Sales Lead – Mobile Authentication, G+D Mobile Security GmbH
Nicolas Muhadri, CEO, Stream Mind
Ruth Wandhöfer, Partner, Gauss Ventures
Louise Beaumont (techUK) | Wincie Wong (RBS) | Nilixa Devlukia (Open Banking) | Emma Steeley, AccountScore
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Louise Beaumont (techUK)
Nilixa Devlukia, Head of Regulatory, Open Banking
Emma Steeley, CEO, AccountScore
Wincie Wong, Head of Innovation for Supply Chain Services, RBS
Allard Keuter, Dutch Payments Association | Husayn Kassai, Onfido | Phil Doyle, Clear Bank
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Join the panel to hear about:
-Understanding the digital identity landscape
-How to avoid drop-off during the verification process
-How developments like biometrics, AI, blockchain can impact identity and data management
-How to adapt and respond to new regulations like PSD2, Open Banking, and GDPR
Panel moderated by: Allard Keuter, Dutch Payments Association
Husayn Kassai, CEO & Founder, Onfido
Phil Doyle, Head of Financial Crime, Clear Bank
Claudia Bate, FleishmanHillard Fishburn | Melinda Roylett, Square | Daniel Kornitzer, Paysafe | Dan Rawlings, Trustonic
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-How can AI revolutionise the customer experience and help organisations evolve?
-From PoS to multi-channel platforms, how can you provide a frictionless customer experience?
-What are the risk and compliance challenges that need to be at top-of-mind?
-How can we proactively prevent fraud rather than react when the damage has been done?
Claudia Bate, Head of Technology, Director and Partner, FleishmanHillard Fishburn
Melinda Roylett, Head of Europe at Square
Daniel Kornitzer, Chief Business Development Officer, Paysafe
Dan Rawlings, Chief Commercial Officer, Trustonic
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Davi Parker, Polymath Consulting | Travers Clarke-Walker, Thought Machine | Yuelin Li, Onfido | Brendan Jones | Konsentus
With Europe's biggest FinTech and Financial Services coming up in just a few weeks, we've gathered some of the elite speakers who will be taking the stage and debating on the hottest topics and the biggest challenges that the Financial Services world is currently facing.
What will they be talking about in Amsterdam, what do they want to hear about, what are they looking forward to?
* Some topics to be covered:
* Game-changing innovation models in financial service
* Commercial models, value chains and M&A activity
* Interoperable tech - AI+Cloud+Blockchain+Quantum Computing
* Cutting through the hype of PSD2 and open banking
* The death of the industry verticals in financial services and commerce
David Parker, CEO Polymath Consulting
Travers Clarke-Walker, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, Thought Machine
Yuelin Li, VP of Strategy, Onfido
Brendan Jones, Konsentus
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