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Reuters Events brings Europe’s leading fintech experts to London in June for the Payments Summit Europe 2022


Europe’s top financial leaders and payments strategists will meet in London in June to discuss the future of payments, conference organizer Reuters Events said today.

The Payments Summit Europe 2022, at Hilton Tower Bridge on June 28-29, will bring together the industry’s leading digital experts to share insights on how to monetize data and generate revenue in a world dominated by digital, open transactions and in real time.

Mark McNulty, Head of Payments and Accounts Receivable at Citi Europe, Middle East and Africa, Will Lovell, Head of Future Technologies at the Bank of England, Régis Folbaum, Head of Payments at La Banque Postalet, and Marion King, Head of payments from NatWest, have already been confirmed at the event.

Among the more than 30 speakers scheduled for the event will also be Elaine Deehan, Country Director of Starling Bank Ireland, Eric Ducoulombier, Head of Retail Financial Services at the European Commission, and Diederik Bruggink, Head of Innovation and Payments of the European group of savings banks.

“COVID-19 has forever changed the payments industry, catapulting it into an open, digital and real-time environment,” said Adam Minkley, Fintech Portfolio Manager at Reuters Events.

“Bringing together more than 200 industry leaders, the Payments Summit Europe 2022 aims to serve as a meeting point where banks, fintech companies, e-commerce providers and government bodies can discuss this transformational change.”

The two-day event will feature over 20 hours of networking and a program that covers:

  • Generate revenue from paymentsincluding the opportunities of open payment ecosystems, using data to build a more profitable customer proposition and creating value by moving money faster and more efficiently than ever before.
  • Intersectoral collaborationexamining where the most progressive regulatory regimes are headed, creating value at every stage of the payments journey, and how banks can manage their cost bases while modernizing their infrastructure.
  • Improve customer journeysunderstanding how automation can radically improve customer service, improving cross-border offerings to provide secure and frictionless international payments, and integrating financial solutions into consumer journeys.
  • The future of paymentsoffering payments in an open and digital world, solutions that provide consumer choice and better outcomes for merchants, and taking a low-code or no-code approach to optimizing merchant and consumer experiences.
  • Protecting customers in a digital worldcovering state-of-the-art regulatory technologies to help comply with regulations, ensure payment security to maintain customer trust while providing a hassle-free experience and ensuring inclusion in a cashless future.
  • Improve back-end efficiencyfrom using artificial intelligence to reduce costs to automating decision-making to reduce headcount and using digital technology to improve payment processing operations.

“With board-level insights, exclusive Reuters editorial interviews and a unique one-on-one networking service, this event will be the most important of the year for European payments specialists,” said Minkley.

The Payments Summit Europe 2022 is scheduled for June 28-29 at the Hilton Tower Bridge in London, UK. For more information, visit https://bit.ly/3t5kmvj or write to [email protected]

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