The Full Monty
the business of payment business
The money in money business – Business modeling
Reaching the customer – uncovering it to the masses
The bit currencies (distributed ledger / blockchain)
New business models via new regulations and opportunities
Who to Expect
Including Asia, Middle East, North America and Europe
- Head of
David G.W Birch Director of Innovation at Consult Hyperion, the secure electronic transactions consultancy. He is an internationally-recognised thought leader in digital identity and digital money; named one of the global top 15 favourite sources of business information (Wired magazine) and one of the top ten most influential voices in banking (Financial Brand); listed in the top ten Twitter accounts followed by innovators, along with Bill Gates and Richard Branson (PR Daily); ranked in the top three most influential people in London’s FinTech community (City A.M.), voted one of the European “Power 50” people in digital financial services (FinTech Awards) and ranked Europe’s most influential commentator on emerging payments (Total Payments).
Francesca M. Terrell
Francesca has been international Head of Product Management at Ikano Bank AB since 2015. A self-proclaimed “payments nerd,” Francesca has spent most of her career in financial services working for companies such as American Express, Citibank, Nordea and Danske Bank. She was working in payments at the dawn of the Internet and looks forward to the next great wave of technological innovation and the disruption of the banking industry to the benefit of consumers and other end users. She truly believes it will be a catalyst for positive change among all surviving players in the ecosystem.
Howard Friedman, a senior partner at Sygeny Ltd., has led data science teams in the health and financial sectors for nearly two decades. He teaches at Columbia University and has published on subjects including data analytics, data modeling, economics and cost-benefit analysis.
Julian’s career began at Apple in the late ‘80s where focussed on the growing interdependence of the telecommunications networks and computers; he worked on various advanced technology projects including early ADSL based Set Top Box, Newton [forerunner to the iPhone], Internet games console and other. He left Apple to join AT&T Unisource in 1996 where he conceived funded and built what was arguably the first ever ‘digital cash payment’ service for mobile phones. This later became an independent company SmartAxis after he lead a management buyout of the technology from AT&T.
After a couple of his own Internet start ups focussed on identity and mobile data on mobile phones: Julian joined Barclays. As part of the engineering team in Radbroke but seconded to head office he describes his role as ‘putting an Internet Lens’ on service strategies.
Julian joined the engineering team at Barclays in October 13 and his primary focus has been on the building blocks of crypto currency [blockchain et al] and their potential to improve the ways Banks move money, manage identity and enable participation. The team’s work has resulted in three patents being published in recent weeks.
Hans-Jörg Widiger has a unique 25 years background in banking, payment and identity management. He worked in Germany, Estonia and Switzerland in different functions at companies like PWC, UBS, Credit Suisse and Gemalto. Special focus of his current work is the transition of the prepaid payment business into digital payment areas such as IoT and crypto finance.
Steve Kirsch is a serial entrepreneur who is now on his 7th company, Token, a Silicon Valley based technology company, focused on building a global open banking platform that addresses PSD2 and helps bank generate new revenues. Steve invented the optical mouse, pioneered desktop publishing (FrameMaker), Internet search (Infoseek) and in more recent history he is widely known as a security and identity expert. Steve has had over $2 billion in exits from his previous companies, solidifying his legacy as a successful Silicon Valley leader. Steve is now dedicating his talents, energy and expertise to build a state-of-the-art payment infrastructure.
Jukka Yliuntinen leads the Global Solution Sales team at Giesecke + Devrient. Mobile Security (G+D) and is G+D representative also in the Mobey Forum Board of Directors. Jukka has over 20 years of experience on payment, identification and telecommunications technologies and businesses and is actively contributing to the digitalization of banking and payment world-wide.
Peter leads UBS’ exploration and development of Distributed Ledger Technology solutions, based out of the Level39 FinTech accelerator in London’s Canary Wharf.
Since 2003, Pete has worked at UBS in a variety of technology roles in Europe and Asia. He spent the last nine years based in Hong Kong, where most recently he represented the UBS Group CTO in Asia Pacific with an additional focus on the UBS global strategic regulatory change portfolio.
Dennis Raabe is Head of Digital Experience Management at Deutsche Postbank AG. In this role he oversees all customer-related online and mobile activities, including multiple award-winning online banking and mobile apps. He is responsible for the web and app strategy of Deutsche Postbank AG and is focused on developing innovative digital retail banking solutions. His work influenced the digital transformation at Postbank and has been recognized industrywide.
Raabe is a professional in digital technologies as well as UX and gained banking knowledge first as expert in direct sales and later as product lead online banking for Deutsche Postbank. Prior to that he studied e-business and direct marketing and earned a diploma in business computer science.
Luis Villa del Campo
Luis, Strategy Director at Fjord Spain, has been designing experiences for startups and big global companies across industries for more than 20 years – from the first dotcom moves in the ’90s to the present emerging ecosystems – and is an expert at mastering the complexity of internal transformations that companies require to put people in the center.
Amir has spent the past fifteen years pushing the boundaries of digital financial services and technology. Currently he serves as VP, Business Development at the machine learning pioneer BigML, where he is responsible for driving business growth and identifying development requirements for the firm’s machine learning platform offering.
Ville leads Nordea’s distributed ledger core development and research team. He has fifteen years of experience in digital financial services and has held several key positions worldwide in financial services and connected devices industries. Before joining Nordea Ville was the head of strategy for Ericsson’s digital financial services unit, a global leader in interoperable e-money and mobile wallet solutions.
With over 15 years of experience in business development, Arman has a proven track record in cross-region business development and management with a strong technology edge. His engineering background and masters in information theory is a strong foundation in safeguarding tomorrow’s digital society, with the right balance between security, convenience and privacy.
Arman has a hands-on international experience with regards to the business considerations, compliance regulation and the challenges in navigating a fast paced innovative environment with agility while standards are being defined.
Neal is Product Manager for Payments and Software Protection at Inside Secure. With a background is in mobile development, he moved into Mobile Payments; working very closely with Issuing Banks, Payment Schemes, MNOs and OEMs to develop, deploy and showcase mobile payment solutions.
Mr. Marviala is in charge of Digital Services in Automatia Pankkiautomaatit Oy, the company operating real-time platform services for Siirto mobile instant payments in Finland. Formerly responsible for new business development, he has also led the development project of Siirto and Automatia Real-time Payment Platform (ARPP), together with a variety of other payment service innovations, including the launch of cash recycling ATMs in Finland.
Sami Uski is heading business development on banking and digital customer experience domains in Tieto and is one of the leading member in several ecosystem development programs to improve consumer experience cross industries. Sami the leader of Open Payment Ecosystem forum between retailers, banks and PSPs in Finland aiming to speed up development with value added instant payment services in the market.
Roney Castro is a Principal Payment Consultant at UL Transaction Security Division. Passionate by innovative payments and banking technologies, Roney has a strong background working with different stakeholders in the creation and deployment of a wide range of payment solutions (EMV, contactless, e/m-commerce, mobile).”
Mobey Day Event 6-7 November will be held at CosmoCaixa Barcelona
Address: Carrer d’ Isaac Newton, 26, 08022 Barcelona, Spain
Workgroup Day (only for Mobey Members) on 8 November will be held at Casa Macaya
Address: Passeig de Sant Joan 108, Barcelona
Hotels nearby CosmoCaixa
Mobey Forum is the global industry association empowering banks and other financial institutions to lead the future of digital services. They connect industry thought leaders to identify and understand commercial drivers for a better customer experience.
imaginBank is Spain’s first mobile-only bank providing banking services exclusively through mobile apps and social networks. It is a mobile banking service that lets you control your money simply and transparently from your smartphone.