OPEN BANKING WORLD CONGRESS / 2020

12 - 13 May, London

Open Banking 2020 Agenda

An introduction to the Open Transport Initiative (Webinar)

An introduction to the Open Transport Initiative (Webinar)

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Open finance highs and lows in 2019

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Excellent talk on data trust and the future of (Open) banking

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Keeping rock stars on the road and super yachts on the seas

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Day 1 - 12th May, 2020

Creating opportunities

08.00

Registration & refreshments

09.00

Welcome address

09.05

Chair's opening remarks

David Parker, Founder & CEO, Polymath Consulting

09.10

Getting creative when faced with obstaclesGuest speaker

Introducing open banking may mean overturning existing cultures, dealing with legacy systems and fierce competition to win market share. Gain creative inspiration from how social engineer Jenny gets through (and around) any barriers blocking her from her goal.

09.30

New approachesKeynote armchair chat

Our Chair speaks to three leading innovators on what attitudes, characteristics and approaches have worked for them so far and what they think are the most important attributes for success in the Open future.

Ali Niknam, Founder & CEO, bunq

09.50

Open banking progress in UK and Europe: Facts, figures & forecastsKeynote

Quantifying progress so far using the data now available. Highlighting the trends, trajectory and likely accelerants; forecasting progress in the next 18 months.

10.00

Old banks, new ambitionsKeynote Panel

  • How some traditional banks are substantially changing their approaches
  • Targets and timeframes

10.30

Setting targets: The banking metrics to achieveKeynote

10.45

Networking refreshments break

11.10

Unlocking payment innovation (and scale opportunities)Keynote Panel

  • Liability, exemptions and transaction risk analysis issues in open banking.
  • How pre and post PSD2 payments pioneers have dealt with these issues.
  • User perspectives on different payment methods in an SCA world.

Charles Damen, SVP Payment Strategy, Worldpay
Paul Rodgers, Chairman, Vendorcom

11.40

Consumer acceptance: Pilots and programmes from the front lineKeynote Panel

  • PISP, instant payments, QR codes…obstacles and opportunities
  • Reimagining customer relationships

Nick Kerigan, Managing Director, Future Payments, Barclays
Andrew Hogwood, Digital FS Director, Sainsbury's Group

12.10

What is better for the consumer? Open banking or scheme based approaches?Keynote

  • PSD2 v. PEPSI
  • EPL or SEPA API

Arturo González Mac Dowell, President & CEO, Eurobits Technologies, Joint Chair - SEPA API Access Scheme

12.30

Chair's morning observations

David Parker, Founder & CEO, Polymath Consulting

12.35

Networking lunch

Afternoon streams

Stream 1

1a: Winning Corporate & SME accounts

13.40

Chair's welcome

13.45

Winning with SMEs

  • Modernising invoice payments
  • Cash flow management
  • SME lending

14.15

Real-time information and data for global cash management

14.35

Extending corporate banking capabilities through API partnerships

Oliver Prill, CEO, Tide
Edward Berks, EGM for Financial Partnerships, Xero

15.05

Networking refreshments break

1b: API management & delivery

15.45

The challenge of API management and delivery

  • DevOps approaches
  • Resilience & reliability
  • Security
  • Analytics
  • Creating solid foundations to support innovation

16.15

API strategies to resolve internal data management challenges

  • Internal data management headaches
  • Unlocking siloed data
  • Risks and costs

16.45

API Security & ecosystem risks

17.15

Chair's afternoon observations

Stream 2

2a: Monetisation: The reality

13.40

Chair's welcome

13.45

Promising propositions and scale opportunities

  • Premium APIs (and beyond)
  • Pricing models with promise
  • Where open banking went wrong: Fixes and developing best practice

14.15

The facts and figures behind our proposition

14.35

Open Banking business models: Strategic merits, and expected returns, of the different approaches

15.05

Networking refreshments break

2b: Jumping ahead: Emerging best practices

15.45

Global perspectives on progress and future direction

  • Is the right functionality enabled by the current legislative frameworks? And if not what next?
  • How much should the market decide?
  • Is TPP growth booming as it should?
  • Global interoperability considerations for your strategic play

Maciej Kostro, Board Advisor, Polish Bank Association
Chris Michael, Head of Technology, Open Banking UK
Hervé Robache, IT Architect, STET

16.15

How Latin America is embracing open banking

  • How is open banking being implemented across the region
  • What are the advantages of the differing approaches?
  • What lessons are being learnt?
  • What benefits are predicted and over what timescales?

Carlos Figueredo, CEO & Founder, Open Vector
Bruno Diniz, Co-founder, Spiralem
Mariana Velazquez, former Mexican regulator
Jonathan Garzon, Head of Digital Business & Innovation, Cecoban

16.45

Advancing social & financial inclusion: Good for the economy, good for society, good for business

Rafe Mazer, Director, Innovations for Poverty Action

17.15

Chair's afternoon observations

Drinks reception & networking

17.30

Featuring...The Battle of the banks!

Traditional bank v. challenger bank: which will be the biggest winner in the open banking world? An entertaining (and enlightening) 15 minute debate and vote.

Day 2 - 13th May, 2020

Open Future - Laying the foundations for the open future and your role in it

08.00

Registration

09.00

Welcome

09.05

Chair's opening comments

Liz Brandt, Co-founder & CEO, Ctrl-Shift

09.10

Famous for 15mb - David BirchGuest speaker

Digital identity in the 2020s

09.30

The onset of the digital identity wars?Keynote Panel

  • Key developments we’ll see in 2020

10.00

Open data: Informed consent, meaningful ethics and achieving trust Keynote Case Study

  • What “meaningful” consent looks like
  • Consent codification
  • Data Ethics
  • Key implementation considerations (eg metrics)

Nathan Kinch, CEO, Greater Than X
Miles Cheetham, Head of Propositions, Open Banking UK

10.20

Open Finance in the UKKeynote

10.40

Networking refreshments break

11.10

Building the open future - now and nextKeynote

11.30

Creating lifestyle services ecosystems Keynote Panel

  • Example ecosystems being modelled today
  • Pricing models being investigated
  • What are the benefits of an ecosystem approach?

Liz Brandt, Co-founder & CEO, Ctrl-Shift

12.00

Taking stock of your dataKeynote Panel

  • Understanding where your data opportunities and risks lie.
  • What possibilities are enabled that we haven’t explored yet?
  • What scope for processing data for other purposes (eg training algorithms)?
  • Who owns derivative data?
  • Cross sector data flows
  • Reciprocity of data – when (voluntary or compelled?), what (and for what purpose?)

12.30

Chair's morning observations

Liz Brandt, Co-founder & CEO, Ctrl-Shift

12.35

Networking lunch

Afternoon streams

Stream 3

How Open will change your industry

13.40

Chair's welcome

Hakan Eroglu, Global Open Banking Lead, Advisors, Mastercard

13.45

How we’re moving beyond banking into Open Finance

  • Reaching new customers (eg thin file)
  • Cutting costs, increasing margins
  • Use cases: mortgages, insurance, wealth
  • Open finance v. embedded finance

14.15

Amazing open API partnership models: The art of the possible...

14.35

Advancing towards open telecoms

15.05

Networking refreshments break

15.25

Tearing up the rule book. Leaders in sector innovation discuss the future

15.55

Prepare for launch

Open Banking progress so far has been likened to a Tsunami warning bell…

When open data reaches your company, your sector, what will be the effect on you and how can you prepare now to ride the wave?

Hakan Eroglu, Global Open Banking Lead, Advisors, Mastercard

16.15

Chair's closing remarks

Stream 4

Creating a winning value exchange

13.40

Chair's welcome

13.45

The pace of change: When did other slow burn initiatives (eg contactless) take off and what lessons can we learn?

Dan Dickinson, CIO, Equitable Bank
Paul Rodgers, Chairman, Vendorcom

14.15

An end to the poverty premium? A win:win situation for all

14.35

What value exchanges are likely to work. How do you communicate them effectively?

15.05

Networking refreshments break

15.25

Managing Friction

  • SCA
  • API reliability/ease of user experience

15.55

Changing financial, and data, behaviours – the role we all need to play

16.15

Chair's closing remarks

One for the road...

16.20

Please join us for a ‘great to meet you, see you next time’ drink (and parting gifts)

17.00

End of Congress

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