Agenda

Swiss Payment Forum
6th and 7th November 2017
Marriott Hotel Zurich

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Key Topics of the 6th Annual Conference

  • Mobile Payment Trends: TWINT, Samsung Pay, Apple Pay, Alipay
  • Biometry: Effects on digital payment
  • 3-D Secure 2.0: Advantages for merchants and issuers of cards
  • The implication of PSD2 for merchants and banks
  • Value Added Services as as a mean to escape the price spiral
  • Use Case Tokenisation
  • Blockchain as a game changer

Monday, 6th November 2017

08.00 a.m. Reception with coffee, tea and Gipfeli

08.30 a.m. Welcome note and opening of the Swiss Payment Forum 2017
Sandro Graf, Senior Lecturer / Head of Swiss Payment Research Center, ZHAW School of Management and Law

The Development of the Payment Sector in Switzerland
• How did the payment landscape change during the last two years?
• What can we expect at the Swiss Payment Forum 2017?
Dr. Thomas Fromherz, Chief Strategy Officer, Payments, Netcetera

09.00 a.m.
Value Added Services as Prime Discipline in Finance
• An increase of the comparability between payment services
• The price becomes more important
• Value Added Services as a mean to escape the price spiral
Christian Baumann, Head Value Added Services, SIX Payment Services AG

09.40 a.m.
How will biometry affect the way we pay?
• Customers' and merchants' needs in the payment process
• Actual challenges
• Biometric trends: developments and solutions
Beat Burkhalter, Vice President and Julien Lacombe, Solution Sales eBanking, Trüb Gemalto Schweiz AG

10.20 a.m. Networking and Coffee Break

10.50 a.m.
Business Cases: Instant Payment and PSD2, 1+1=3?
1 PSD2: The market has been opened up to Third Party Providers
1 Instant Payments: Realtime SEPA Credit Transfer starting November
3 Combination: New Business Cases with PSD2 & Instant Payments
Carsten Miehling, CEO, PPI Suisse

11.30 a.m.
Data Driven Banking with PSD2
• What is Data Driven Banking
• Preconditions for Data Driven Banking
• Opportunities and Risks related to PSD2
Gian Reto à Porta, Co-Founder & CEO, Contovista

12.10 p.m.Lunch Break

01.10 p.m.
Mobile Payment - Today and Tomorrow
• Apple Pay & Samsung Pay in Switzerland
• Usability, customer feedback & usage behaviour
• Latest trends & developments
Stephan Lindecker, CMO, Swiss Bankers Prepaid Services AG
Hans-Jörg Widiger, CEO, Swiss Bankers

01.50 p.m.
The Increasing Flow of Tourists from Asia as Growth Potential
• an increasing number of tourists from Asia as a chance for commerce
• sales increase with Alipay and co.
Roger Niederer, Head Merchant Services, SIX Payment Services AG

02.30 p.m.
The Future of Payment: Convergent and Mobile
• How e-Commerce and POS Payments merge
• Advantages for financial institutes, merchants and consumers
• The relevance of the customer interface
Kurt Schmid, Managing Director Digital Payment, Netcetera AG

03.10 p.m.
TWINT
• Re-Launch Spring 2017: Collectively Successful
• TWINT in everyday life: Who is using the app for what?
• Visions on the future
Thierry Kneissler, CEO, TWINT AG

03.50 p.m.
Networking Break with Expert Desks
One Table - One Topic - One Lecturer

Break free of traditional presentation sessions. Meet the speakers on your favorite topic and join high-level peer-to-peer discussions and networking with other experts.

KEYNOTE

04.30 p.m.
Is the Blockchain Really Going to Change the World? What’s in the Blocks?
David G. W. Birch, Director of Innovation, Consult Hyperion

05.20 p.m. Summary by the chairman and end of Day 1

05.30 p.m. Apéro riche kindly supported by
Following the official program, LBMA and Vereon invite all participants and presenters to an Apéro Riche. Seize this opportunity to make valuable new contacts and strengthen existing ones in a pleasant atmosphere.

 

 

Tuesday, 7th November 2017

08.00 a.m. Reception with coffee, tea and pastries

08.30 a.m. Opening of day 2 by chairman
Sandro Graf, Senior Lecturer / Head of Swiss Payment Research Center, ZHAW School of Management and Law

08.45 a.m.
3-D Secure 2.0: A Tangible Outlook
• Innovations which come along with 3-D Secure 2.0
• Advantages for merchants, issuers and customers
• Report on the current implementation
Peter Frick, Managing Director Payment Security, Netcetera

09.25 a.m.
PostFinance Benefit System
• Advantages for business and private customers
• Routing of the offer to private customers with corresponding affinities
• Benefit easily: Online Reservation, payment on site with the PostFinance Card
David Kauer, Head Product Management Value Added Services, PostFinance AG

10.05 a.m. Networking and Coffee Break

10.35 a.m.
Tokenization beyond Mobile Payments: next token use cases for the IoT and Merchants
• Tokenization and Digitization are a “digital Update” to the global payment infrastructure
• After the XPays, Wearables/IoT and Merchants are the next wave of token requestors – in    Switzerland too
• Mastercard Express as commercial framework allows Banks/Issuers to cooperate with Token    requesters at global scale
Guido Müller, Country Manager Switzerland, MasterCard Europe

11.15 a.m.
PSD2 - A Chance for Financial Institutions
• PSD2 from the viewpoint of commerce and banks
• the significance of the new Payment Service Directive
• innovations and chances for commerce and banks
Armin Schmid, PSD2 Initiative, SIX Payment Services AG

11.55 a.m.
Blockchain - Think Outside the Box: A New Model for the Future Power Market
• Blockchain and Smart Metering
• Regulatory Limits
• Peer to Peer trading model for solar energy
Dr. Sven-Joachim Otto, Lawyer, Partner, Public Law & Regulated Industries, PwC Legal

12.35 p.m. Lunch Break

01.30 p.m. API and Open Banking Experience from the UK
- The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has pushed an Open Banking API standard in the    United Kingdom
- What experiences have been made and what can be derived from this?
- What are the next steps?
- In addition to the UK, the rest of Europe also has concrete efforts on this subject. What do they    look like?
Markus Lachnit, Management Consultant, Capco

02.10 p.m.
The Impact of Platforms in Banking
• A new reality: Technology and innovation induced changes of customer behaviour
• Intermediate state: Banks vs Fintechs // Banks vs Technology platforms
• Digital Ecosystems as new business capabilities for banks
Fabian Meyer, Managing Partner, COREtransform GmbH

02.50 p.m.
Networking Break with Expert Desks
One Table - One Topic - One Lecturer

Break free of traditional presentation sessions. Meet the speakers on your favorite topic and join high-level peer-to-peer discussions and networking with other experts.

03.30 p.m. Chairman's closing remarks
Sandro Graf, Senior Lecturer, Head of Swiss Payment and Research Center, ZHAW School of Management and Law

04.00 p.m. End of the Swiss Payment Forum 2017
See you again in 2018!

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