Join us for the virtual EBF Innovation & Cyber Thursdays – Day 4
Financial services experience an unprecedented digital transformation, with technology-driven evolution of products, services and available infrastructure. Innovation offers exponential potential to serve customers and advance business operations. At the same time, European banks approach such innovation with commitment to existing regulatory responsibilities and a commitment to financial stability in Europe.
The EBF’s Innovation & Cyber Thursday on 12 November shines light on the importance of an appropriate framework for banks to grasp the innovative potential offered by technology, while abiding by today’s rules. Where both come together, the financial industry requires options to safely advance innovative solutions at scale. Digital operational resilience lies at the heart of these solutions, requiring 360⁰ attention to changing roles of different parties involved in the ICT landscape. The event will look at European advancement of regulation for digital operational resilience, established and aspired partnerships to implement innovative technology, and the global perspective for safeguarding innovation in finance.
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Join us and hear from and interact with European and international experts, policymakers and stakeholders: How can European banks remain competitive in the EU and globally? What can regulators, supervisors and industry do together to foster innovation, security and resilience in financial services? What lies in the way from agile and cybersecure banks to an innovative and resilient financial ecosystem?
JOIN DAY ONE, 22 October
The first day is devoted to cyber security and resilience, the basis underlying every field of digital innovation. Taking place during the European Cyber Security Month and building upon the previous annual editions of the (physical) EBF Cybersecurity Conference, this year’s digital event aims to provide to explore the rapidly evolving cyber trends and challenges for banks.
JOIN DAY TWO, 29 October
The second day is devoted to the European Data Economy and Open Finance. The European Commission, through its Data Strategy, has set a goal to build a Single Market for Data in Europe. It has also made fostering a data driven financial sector one of its priorities, including a commitment to present a proposal for a new Open Finance Framework by mid-2022…
JOIN DAY THREE, 5 November
The third day is providing insights into how European banks, regulators and BigTech companies are perceiving changes. With the European Commission’s Digital Services Act coming up, conversations will touch upon the role for new ex ante regulation and the protection of fair competition and innovation required for a prosperous Europe…
JOIN DAY FIVE, 19 November
The European Commission has adopted its Retail Payments Strategy that will shape the policy landscape for payments in the EU for the years to come. Day five and final day will will discuss the main pillars of the EU Strategy and will dive deeper into what is needed for a ‘European payments champion’ to emerge.
About the organiser: European Banking Federation
The European Banking Federation is the voice of the European banking sector, bringing together national banking associations from across Europe, including all member states of the European Union. The EBF is committed to a thriving European economy that is underpinned by a stable, secure and inclusive financial ecosystem, and to a flourishing society where financing is available to fund the dreams of citizens, businesses and innovators everywhere.
European Banking Federation
The European Banking Federation is the voice of the European banking sector, bringing together national banking associations from across Europe. The federation is committed to a thriving European economy that is underpinned by a stable, secure and inclusive financial ecosystem, and to a flourishing society where financing is available to fund the dreams of citizens, businesses and innovators everywhere.
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