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PAYTECH Innovation Conference

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The PAYTECH Book authors & special guest present the payment technology handbook for investors, entrepreneurs & finance visionaries

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Find out more about The PAYTECH Book here.

Speakers include:

Teresa Connors, Director, Market Engagement, NatWest

Bruna Esin, Lawyer, Brazilian Bar Association

Anna Maj, FinTech Leader, PwC

Imran Ali, Managing Principal, Answer Digital Payments

Anna Tsyupko, CEO, Paybase

Agenda topics:

  • Future trends in the payments industry – a blueprint for change
  • Collaboration between paytech startups and established payments leaders
  • Payment Systems Infrastructures and Money Transfer Technologies
  • New technologies shaping the future of payments and financial inclusion
  • Trends and focus of regulation in crypto-assets
  • Central bank digital coins – are stablecoins the future or the present?
  • Future of libra and other crypto-tokens

Conference chairs:

MARKOS ZACHARIADIS is a Full Professor and Chair in Financial Technology (FinTech) & Information Systems, Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester; Council member at the World Economic Forum, & FinTech Research Fellow, University of Cambridge. He was previously an Associate Professor of Information Systems & Management at Warwick Business School. Markos’ research sits at the cross section of economics of digital innovation, financial technology studies, and network economics, and has studied extensively the economic impact of ICT adoption on bank performance, the diffusion of payment networks, and the role of data & standards in payment infrastructures (SWIFT) and financial markets (LEI) among other things. His research has been published in top academic journals such as MIS Quarterly, Research Policy, and Business History and has been awarded the NET Institute Award (NYU Stern Business School) for his study on the economics of payment networks, and the SWIFT Institute & SMS awards for his research on Open APIs and Digital Transformation in Banking.

ROBERT COURTNEIDGE is the Firm’s Global Head of Cards & Payments. Robert is noted for his knowledge and experience in the e-money area, where he has acted on matters for major financial institutions around the world, as well as for internationally well-known technology providers. He has more than 26 years of experience in the cards and payment systems and is skilled in all aspects of consumer finance issues, including consumer protection, banking regulation and compliance and data protection.

SUSANNE CHISHTI is the Founder and CEO of FINTECH Circle and the FINTECH Circle Institute, the leading peer-to-peer learning platform providing in-person and online courses across fintech enterprise innovation, wealthtech, insurtech, artificial intelligence and blockchain applications in finance, crypto-currencies and startup methodologies. As Co-Editor of the global Bestseller The FINTECH Book, she has been selected as a “City Innovator – Inspirational Woman” in 2016 and one of the top 100 fintech influencers globally in 2019 after working for 14 years across Deutsche Bank, Lloyds Banking Group, Morgan Stanley Investment Management and Accenture in London and Hong Kong.

TONY CRADDOCK is Director General of the Emerging Payments Association. (EPA) Often outspoken and – by his own admission – not always right. Tony is passionate about helping companies succeed in fast growing markets such as payments. Tony believes that being part of a community like the EPA “allows us all to be part of a powerful catalyst for growth and payments innovation”. An enthusiastic public speaker and colourful media commentator about everything to do with payments. He’s a ‘serial entrepreneur’ whose biggest challenge is to develop his current portfolio rather than coming up with yet more great ideas. Cycling with mates keeps him out of the pub/house/trouble at the weekend. He doesn’t buy a newspaper out of principle (“it’s always yesterday’s news and everyone has it.”).

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