EBAday 2020

  • Nov 24 ‒ Nov 26, 2020 | Virtual

EBAday 2020 is a unique opportunity to network with more than 1,500 financial services leaders from 38 countries, plus 100+ expert speakers and panelists, to share best practices, collaborate and grow valuable partnerships. 

As a proud sponsor of EBAday, Fiserv experts are available at our virtual booth to share the latest insights, solutions and product offerings to help your payments transformation programs. Complete the form to book your meeting.

Visit the event website and register to understand the future trends and strategic development of the European payments landscape.

Panel Session

Instant, open, everywhere – has RTP delivered on its promise?

  • David Chance, VP Product Strategy & Innovation, Fiserv
  • Tuesday, Nov 24, 2020 |
    16.20 – 17.00 CET

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Strategic Roundtable

Finding the Balance Between Customer Focus and Revenue

  • David Chance, VP Product Strategy & Innovation, Fiserv
  • Wednesday, Nov 25, 2020 | 13.00 – 14.00 CET

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EBAday Online Webinars

Driving end-to-end digitalisation in payments

  • David Chance, VP Product Strategy & Innovation, Fiserv, and panelists from Nordea, Citi and BCEE
  • Wednesday, Nov 04, 2020 | 15.00 – 16.00 CET  
  • On Demand

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Advanced Data Analytics: A 360 degree view of payments

  • Andrew Bubbs, Director, Product Management, Fiserv, and panelists from SWIFT, ING, JPMorgan and Deutsche Bank
  • On Demand

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2020 Fiserv Annual Payments Research

Payments Transformation: Immediate, Intelligent and Inclusive

This year, our Fiserv Annual Payments Research focuses on initiatives and developments covering the convergence of cards and payments, cash and liquidity management, the increasing shift to cloud-based technology, fraud, instant payments and overlay services, and the major challenges and opportunities these bring to the future of payments.

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