22nd March 2022 | HYBRID EVENT

Business Design Centre London

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Network with peers from the global payments ecosystem

10+ hours of dedicated networking

Remo

Take part in the interactive networking sessions at the end of Days 1, 2 and 3 between 13.00 – 14.30hrs GMT on our popular Remo platform.

Join tables and chat live to other attendees, join a topic-led discussion table to meet people with similar interests or continue discussions from earlier sessions.

Jump onto one of the other floors to have smaller, private discussions either with clients or individuals you have met at the event. You should have received joining instructions to access Remo for these sessions but just in case, to access the platform CLICK HERE.

Day One

Day Two

Table Number

Table Topic

Sponsor Host

21

Navigating entry to the payments ecosystem

Mastercard led by Derren Powell, Director – Business Development, Fintech & EMI’s

22

Innovating payments for the new normal

Mastercard led by Jason Field, Director – Fintech/EMI

23

Going and Growing Global

Global Processing Services led by Joanne Dewar, Chief Executive Officer

24

The P’s of Partnering

Global Processing Services led by Uma Balachandra, Vice President, Strategic Partnerships

25

Insights into the Retail Payments Strategy for the EU

Barclays led by Nicola Coyne, Head of Low Value & Immediate Payment Products, Payments, FX and Digital, Corporate Banking

26

The ISO 20022 Roadmap

Barclays led by Maarten Lossie | Head FIG Payments | Global Payments Solutions

Table Number

Table Topic

Sponsor Host

21

KYC in Times of Remote Compliance

ECOMMBX led by Gregory Dellas, Chief Compliance & Innovation Officer

22

Hyper-growth in a time of Covid-19

Curve led by Nathalie Oestmann, COO

23

Identity Verification Strategies to Combat Fraud

Jumio led by Claire Galbois-Alcaix, Senior Director

24

Unlocking low-value cross-border payments – how can we better meet consumer and SME needs?

SWIFT led by Lewis Ide, Head of Business Development, UK&I

25

PSD2 Reality Check – Where is the ecosystem now?

Netcetera led by Jeffrey Reinders, Business Development Manager

26

Partnering with FinTechs: The client benefit

Lloyds Banking Group led by Gulizar Abdurrahman, Director | Payables & Receivables | Client Products

Day Three

Table Number Table Topic Sponsor Host

21

  SWIFT

22

Partnering with FinTechs: The client benefit

Lloyds Banking Group led by Samuel Riordan, Director | Partnerships & Innovation | Client Products
23

PSD2 open banking, use cases and challenges

David Parker, CEO, Polymath Consulting

24

Innovation in payments, Disruptive Ideas & Technologies

Alan Smith, Founder, Defrayal Limited
25 The Impact of Payments on Society Ravindra Meshram, Alliance Director, Open Banking Excellence
26 The Impact of Payments on Society Jackie Barker, CEO, Barker Consultancy

Brella - AI enabled networking

Unparalleled networking opportunities with your peers. 

By going virtual, PAY360 will attract a bigger, and more international audience than ever before, with an anticipated 1,000 attendees joining.

How, exactly, will networking work? Well, our 1:1 networking programme, Brella, uses AI to match people together who have shared interests and mutual goals. You can then book 1:1 meetings with your top matches, and the meeting then takes place right in Brella. 

Rather than relying on chance to bump into someone relevant for your business, Brella will allow you to connect more efficiently with the people who matter to you. 

Take a look at the demo video below to see how the platform works and for instructions on how to set up your profile.

Virtual networking made easy

Top tips on using Brella:

  1. Use Google Chrome to access the event platform.
  2. Create a Brella Account. We highly recommend this option over signing in with social accounts so that you are able to receive meeting notification emails sent to your business e-mail address rather than the personal one linked to your social accounts.
  3. Customise your profile by selecting various areas of interest.
  4. Suggest a meeting with your top matches.
  5. Filter and search the attendee list by name, job title, or keyword to find more relevant connections with whom to meet.
  6. Host your meetings via video chat in the in-app Brella virtual meeting rooms.
  7. Accept the notifications pop up so you’re not missing out on any meeting requests
  8. The conference sessions will take place on the ‘Stream’ tab on the day of the event. Be sure to tune in on time.

How the meetings function works

  1. Scheduled meetings are prepopulated with 20min slots between 9am – 5.20pm GMT
  2. You can only chat to someone once they accept your meeting request so we would recommend accepting and then using the chat function to either discuss further or re-arrange a day/time for your meeting.
  3. Once a meeting has been accepted you can use the ‘Chat’ option to catch up or discuss the topic/theme ahead of your meeting. You can also instant video call with the other person (but they will need to be in the platform at the same time).
  4. You can add the meetings to your calendar but note these will appear in ‘Other calendar’ so you may want to add to your profile Outlook calendar.
  5. You can Reschedule or Cancel a meeting in individual message with the other person. This will notify them by email as long as they have accepted the pop up to receive notifications.
  6. If for any reason you are struggling to use the Video function for your meeting, we recommend viewing the ‘Brella Troubleshooting’ icon below.
Schedule meetings with attendees whose interests are aligned with yours