In an atmosphere of crisis and competition European banks have been trying to join forces to cope with challenges. The upcoming regulatory changes such as the SEPA migration have created a tight schedule for banks to follow and strict deadlines to keep to. Apart from the demanding legal framework, innovations in mobile payment technology, online banking systems and new currencies are shaping the competitive payments market while traditional payment channels are trying to strengthen their position.
The expert speakers and panelists of the European Payment Forum 2013 are going to share their professional insight and experience on the current market situation, how to successfully adapt and implement regulatory requirements. They will also provide an outlook on the current global landscape and reveal strategies on how to keep up with the innovative payment channels and incorporate them into existing business models. As usual the event will also provide an excellent opportunity to network with industry peers, while allowing the participants to establish new business contacts.
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