23 May 2018 – EBF CEO was honoured to represent the interests of the European Banking Federation at the Paris Fintech Forum on 30 & 31 January 2018. The conference, which took place at the Palais Brongniart which welcomed more than 2500 attendees from 72 countries.
PSD2 is here – what now?
Wim Mijs participated at the panel discussion addressing the challenges of PSD2 and its EU-wide implementation. Banks and many other companies are using the new rules to enable and shape more innovation in payments but new risks are also emerging.
Moderated by: Pascal Bouvier, Partner at Santander InnoVentures
Wim Mijs, Chief Executive Officer, European Banking Federation Edouard Fernandez-Bollo, Secretary General, ACPR (Banque de France) Carlos Sanchez, CEO & Co-founder, Ipagoo, Adam Farkas, Executive Director, European Banking Authority
Banks & FinTech cooperation – what is behind the curtain?
In the second panel which Wim Mijs participated, panellists noted the diversity of bank fintech collaboration models and provided perspectives on how to move forward.
Moderated by: Edward Robinson, Senior Writer, Bloomberg
Wim Mijs, Chief Executive Officer, European Banking Federation Tamaz Georgadze, CEO, Raisin Teppo Paavola, Chief Development Officer New Digital Business, BBVA Ramin Niroumand, CEO, FinLeap Johan Lindstrom, Senior VP Business Development Europe, Mastercard
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