Key players welcomed to shape and lead the discussion at annual flagship event
Mobey Forum will again lead the industry in debating the future delivery of financial services at Mobey Day, the organisation’s flagship annual event taking place in Barcelona from 06 – 08 November 2017. Confirmed speakers include CaixaBank, Consult Hyperion, Erste Bank, Token Inc., UBS and UL.
The two-day event, titled ‘The Full Monty: The Business of Payment Business’, is hosted by imaginBank and will address topics including evolving business models, open banking and bit currencies, and the impacts and opportunities of key industry regulations.
“Financial services are in the middle of rapid and fundamental change, driven by the emergence of various new technologies, trends and regulatory requirements across different sectors,” comments Maikki Frisk, Executive Director, Mobey Forum. “To find their place in this brave new world, banks and financial institutions are working to re-evaluate their business models, commercial strategies and operational practices to ensure continued innovation, interoperability and, ultimately, competitiveness.”
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Mobey Day has cultivated a strong presence on the industry events circuit, with a proven reputation for bringing together leading players across fintech, mobile, finance and payments for open and challenging debate. The event is anticipated to attract over 350 delegates spanning close to 40 countries, with 70% at director level or higher.
“Barcelona is a key touchpoint for the entire financial services industry to drill-down to the issues that matter, with the people that matter,” adds Frisk. “Collaboration and the exchange of knowledge is at the heart of what we do, so we look forward to welcoming thought-leaders from across the industry to provoke meaningful, insightful and productive discussion.”