This seminar will build on EBA’s discussion paper on FinTech (EBA/DP/2017/02) by considering the risks for credit, payment and electronic money institutions that the developments in FinTech are likely to cause. It will also identify the regulatory challenges FinTech is likely to present in financial markets and services in future, and consider in detail the consumer protection implications of financial innovation and development of technologies.
Who should attend?
National supervisors, banking lawyers, consumer protection lawyers, compliance officers.
Guido Crapanzano, Counsel at the Legal Services Directorate of the Bank of Italy, Rome
Slavka Ely, Head of Unit: Supervisory Convergence, European Banking Authority, London
Andrea Enria, Chair of the European Banking Authority, London
Jonathan Fisher QC, Visiting Professor, LSE; Partner, Bright Line Law, London
Thomas Frick, Partner, Niederer Kraft & Frey AG, Zurich
Piers Haben, Director of Oversight, European Banking Authority, London
Dirk Haubrich, Head of Unit: Consumer Protection, Financial Innovation and Payments, European Banking Authority, London
Misa Labarile, Policy Officer, Directorate-General for Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union, European Commission, Brussels
Elisabeth Noble, Policy Expert, European Banking Authority, London
Marc Pussar, Rechtsanwalt and Senior Manager, Legal Financial Services, KPMG Law, Frankfurt
Maria Gracia Rubio de Casas, Founder, Rubio de Casas, Madrid
Larisa Tugui, Policy Expert, European Banking Authority, London
15 Mar 2018 @ 09:15 am
16 Mar 2018 @ 12:30 pm
Duration: 1 days, 3 hours
European Banking Authority
One Canada Square (Floor 46), Canary Wharf
E14 5AA London