20 - 21 June, The Ifema, Madrid
Advancing next generation payments - a quest for global interoperability.
Get ready for an electrifying experience at EBAday 2023. Form3 are proud to be Corporate sponsors this year, joining the ranks of industry innovators coming together for this annual event. Make your way to Stand 51 and chat with our team of experts, who are eager to share insights and reveal how Form3 is shaping the future of payments. We can’t wait to see you there!
June 20, 15:45 PM - 16:30 PM
The cloud has played a big part in the ongoing digital transformation in banking and payments. What is a good strategy for PSPs to migrate to the cloud? How can processes be optimised? What benefits do the hybrid cloud or the multi-cloud strategy have?
The European Union’s incoming Digital Operational Resilience Act (DORA) was first published in September 2020 as part of the Union’s Digital Finance Package (DFP), with a clear objective of improving the digital resiliency of the entire financial system. Almost every type of financial institution (FI) across the EU will be required to ensure that their suppliers and their suppliers’ security controls meet resilience standards.
Join us for an engaging and informative webinar that delves into the world of the SEPA Instant Mandate and its impact on Europe's payment ecosystem. During this session, our expert panel will discuss the innovative economic models banks are exploring to account for the lowering prices of instant transfers, including value-added services and payment flow efficiencies. They will also address the market changes introduced by the mandate, such as the acceleration of service adoption and the impact on existing SEPA Instant providers.
One area that has not received much attention is the way banks connect to their endpoints or partner banks. The same technology and technical setup have been used for the last 40 years, and it is not a common set of standards across the industry. While you can control what happens within your own bank, the reality is that banking relies heavily on other banking partners who may not have the same level of quality or design. This is particularly true when it comes to tackling one of the most fundamental areas of financial technology: account-to-account payments.