The EBF recognizes the potential of electronic identification schemes (eIDs) for performing secure cross-border electronic transactions and accessing public services in other EU countries in a seamless, faster, secure way. For the Financial Sector, in particular, the eIDAS presents huge opportunities in terms of rapid onboarding of customers as well as the capacity to engage cross-border, contractually, with new customer markets in a secure environment and reduce fraud and operational costs. A sufficient uptake in the private sector is one of the critical elements in ensuring the success of the eIDAS Regulation. For this reason, the EBF is calling on Member States to develop electronic identification schemes for their citizens and, by this way, ensure full access to these schemes by the private sector.
Am Freitag feiern wir 50-Jahr-Jubiläum. Event wird gemeinsam mit @EBFeu durchgeführt. Unter Motto "In Generationen denken, nachhaltig handeln" stellen renommierte internationale Referenten ihre Vision vom Banking der Zukunft vor. #LBC19 https://t.co/dPkedYD4t4 @Mr_LeoJ @Wim_Mijs
[#DFS19] Get to hear from Alexandre Affre, during the society track panel: The evolving role of #banking and #insurance in the real economy ! Join us on 27/11 at the @DigFinSummit
Register now >> https://t.co/WOlmPHQCzj
The EBF is the voice of the European banking sector, bringing together national banking associations from 45 countries. The EBF is committed to a thriving European economy that is underpinned by a stable, secure and inclusive financial ecosystem, and to a flourishing society where financing is available to fund the dreams of citizens, businesses and innovators everywhere.
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