Re-thinking Payments Strategies in the age of unreason - LUX Option 1
In a brief overview we’ll analyze the major trends in the payments industry, how to deal with new business realities and establish new winning strategies. The session will be a collaboration between Worldline and EY.
We would also like to hear from you what your main challenges are today in the payments space.
The preliminary agenda entails:
•New banking landscape: a significant disruption or an immense opportunity?
•How the main trends affect your existing business: rethinking the traditional business models.
•New business offering adapted to the new realities
•Time for real-time interaction: Q&A
We are sure that other people within your institution will find value in the sessions, make sure you share this invitation. Our content is targeting the following group of stakeholders:
•Head of Payments/ Head of Operations
•Head of Infrastructure Projects, if exists or Transformation Projects
•Head of CM Corporate Banking or alike
•Product Manager at Cash Management for Corporate clients or alike
•Head of Innovation or alike
•Banks Treasury department
We are looking forward to welcome you and to hear your point of view!
RecordedMay 7 202063 mins
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Ladan Etemad - Business developper Manager et Karim Bouhzada - Expert solution
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Veronica Alava, Raphaël Feillet (equensWorldline), Christopher Schmitz-EMEIA FinTech Leader (EY)
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Michaela Marai, Head of Issuing Product Management, equensWorldline
So how will this impact your card issuing business?
Join this session to get more insights on the above topic.
Use cases and new functionalities for debit, credit and pre-paid cards
The cards value chain and the role of a program manager
End-to-end issuing processing and optional value-added services
How to create value with 1-Click
Implementation and migration approaches
Questions and answers
If you want to get in contact with one of our experts in advance - then reach out at any time>>
Join our webcast to discover equensWorldline’s new generation platform offering:
• Resilient infrastructure and universal multi-network connectivity
• Compliance with domestic & international messaging standards, format agnostic
• Light footprint and yet secure environment
• Highly performant and Transformative for your business
During the session we will elaborate on:
• How platformisation trend is changing the banking business/landscape,
• How our Next Generation Financial Messaging Platform can shield your legacy systems from complexity of the payments landscape of today and tomorrow
• How it better equips the financial community to weather the storm of changes and monetise the infrastructure investment.
This session has a specific focus on the Luxembourg market. If you are involved or interested in Transformation Projects in Payments or Digital Transformation projects this webinar session is for you. Feel free to share this webinar session to your colleagues for whom it might be beneficial.
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With more than 45 years of experience in the payments business, Worldline connects and secures transactions that form parts of our daily lives. Covering the entire payment value chain, our technology experts create and operate digital solutions to boost the business of companies across all sectors including banking, retail, transport, and government, through transformative technologies and in-depth knowledge.