Commercial payments technology:

staying relevant in a new age of expectations

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An in-depth look at key trends impacting the future of commercial payments. Technological innovation, new age expectation and regulation are forces that cannot be ignored. Industry experts and independent commentators will explore technology disruption, consumerisation, the real value of commercial cards and the growing relationship between banks and fintechs.

 

This event is ideal for banking or finance professionals who hold senior positions within commercial or business card portfolios.

Agenda

12:30

Join us for a buffet lunch

13:15

Welcome | Kyle Ferguson, CEO, Fraedom

13:30

Banking in a globalised world | Chris Skinner, The Finanser.com

An in-depth look at current key trends and future scenarios within financial services and the global economy. Chris will discuss strategies for retail and commercial banks, including ways to compete and adapt to change using technology.

14:00

Cognitive banking – is this the future? | Tanya Andreasyan, Banking Technology

A new generation is forcing banks to redefine the services they offer to customers. One way banks can truly advance their offering is with the adoption of cognitive technologies – and it’s predicted to be the future of banking. But what is Cognitive Banking? How can it be used? And who is running it?

15:00

Survivial of the fittest | Tessa Lyndon-Skeggs & Neil Winkworth, Baringa Partners LLP

Understand how macro trends are impacting the payments industry, shaping your clients’ commercial card requirements and how you can adapt for success.

15:30

Powering up the value of commercial cards | Vince Eavis, PayTech

With today’s technology there’s value beyond rebate. From operational cost savings to increased profitability and card usage, Vince Eavis examines how banks can power up their card programmes to stand out from the crowd.

16:30

Partnering for success | Russell Bennett, Fraedom

With the age of digital disruption, we need to challenge convention and our ‘traditional’ conceptions of outsourcing. We’ll discuss the pitfalls and the benefits of outsourcing tech­nology, how we can overcome some common misconceptions and partner for success.

17:00

Join us for drinks and networking

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