Senior Lloyds Bank, The Bancorp, PayPal executives share insights on future of payments at the UK’s largest payments technology event
9 & 10 June 2015, ExCeL, London
“If meeting our customers’ needs means we should embrace alternative currencies and payment methods, then we should listen and adapt,” says Terry Cordeiro, Head of Proposition Development – Digital, Transformation at Lloyds Bank.
He said this when discussing banking and payments issues ahead of his presentation to the Future of Payments conference stream of PayExpo on ‘How a traditional bank is preparing and innovating for the future of payments’. Terry also added: “We also see FinTech partnership as key to delivering innovation and technologies.”
Terry Cordeiro is one of several senior executives from banking, finance and payments businesses also including The Bancorp and PayPal who will be sharing insights into current trends, imminent innovations and new ideas in payments systems at the five conferences and two workshops that together are PayExpo, taking place at London’s ExCeL on 9 and 10 June.
More than 2,000 senior executives responsible for payments technology and strategy in some of the UK’s leading banks and merchants will be joining the event. Companies already registered to attend include Barclays, RBS, Tesco Bank, American Express, MasterCard, Raphaels Bank, Santander, Merrill Lynch and Deutsche Bank.
Complementary passes are available for employees of banks. More information is available at www.payexpo.com
Among other key speakers, Kriya Patel, European Sales Director of The Bancorp will discuss whether it is still possible to be a successful cross-border business in e-Payments while Robert Harper, Director, Mobile Commerce at PayPal UK will speak on defining a digital payments strategy.
The event features five conferences: Merchant Payments, Future of Payments Summit, Mobile Money Europe, Prepaid Gifting & Loyalty and Payment Security & Authentication while two new workshops cover the latest in Cryptocurrency and Payments Technology.
The extensive list of distinguished speakers in the conferences also includes Laura McCracken, Head of Corporate Gift Cards UK at Amazon, Tim Linsell, IT Development Manager at John Lewis, Nektarios Liolios, Managing Director of FinTech accelerator Startupbootcamp and Ilaria Presotto, Head of Business Development at Illy Caffe.
More than 50 leading service providers will also be showcasing the latest payments technologies that underpin all aspects of omni-channel distribution strategies including: Amazon, Worldpay, Jumio, Bancorp, Datacard, Wirecard, FIS, Carta Worldwide and Compass Plus.
PayExpo is also working to connect banks, financial organisations and investors with the innovative start-ups who are developing new game-changing technology. As well as the conferences, the event will feature The Payments Dragon’s Den where FinTech start-ups pitch their new ideas live and The Payments Accelerator where up-and-coming companies will be on show.
Michael Seaman, event director at PayExpo 2015, comments:
“As the largest event of its kind in the UK, PayExpo offers a comprehensive insight into the industry covering the latest trends and examples of best practice. The event has become a firm fixture in the industry diary with many major names set to share the secrets and opinions. With five conference strands to attend plus additional features to explore, delegates can enjoy a packed, productive and valuable experience.”
PayExpo 2015 takes place at ExCel London on 9 & 10 June. A full two Day Conference Pass is £999 +VAT. To register please visit www.payexpo.com
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