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Speakers 2014

Dr. Krzysztof Korus - P2

Founder and CEO of Prudentiz

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Dr. Krzysztof Korus is a founder and CEO of Prudentiz, a professional consulting company providing expert advisory in governance, risk management and compliance for new economy regulated industries, Polish member of the European Payments Consulting Association. 

Krzysztof is a lawyer and economist, expert in Polish and European financial market, providers and services law with key focus on payment services, consumer finance, clearing and settlement infrastructures, e-commerce and general new technologies law (e-invoicing, e-identity, e-security), anti-money laundering, competition aspects of financial services. He advises multiple Polish and international providers of financial services and their contractors. 

He is a founding partner of dLK Korus Okon Attorneys At Law (a law firm). Member of the Polish Bar, member of the Supervisory Board at the journal “Banking Law Monitor”, author of several dozen publications and analyses on issues of his key areas of expertise, legal expert for Polish Organization of Nonbank Institutions of Payments.

Ron Delnevo - C2

Chair of the European Board of the ATM Industry Association (ATMIA)

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Originally from Edinburgh in Scotland, Ron Delnevo has lived in London for many years. Having served at Board level at a number of companies, Ron created UK Independent ATM Deployer Bank Machine in 2003. He led the company until 2012,delivering exceptional customer service and double-digit annual revenue growth. Now in his fourth year as Chair of the European Board of the ATM Industry Association (ATMIA), Ron has a special focus on supporting choice in payment methods.

Alexander Hesse - C2

Research Analyst at PayU

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Alexander Hesse is a Research Analyst working for PayU – a leading global payment services provider (PSP) that offers localized payments solutions for 16 emerging markets worldwide. In this role, Alexander acts as a go-to person for market intelligence and business development.

Before joining PayU, Alexander worked as a Senior Analyst at Forrester Research. In this role he advised leading consumer-facing companies about trends and developments in Internet, eCommerce, and online payments. Alexander is an experienced public speaker who has presented at various conferences in Europe and the US. While a native German, Alexander is based in PayU’s office in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

PayU is part of South-African media and Internet company Naspers (www.naspers.com). Naspers, founded in 1915, is a leading multinational media and Internet group with activities in more than 133 countries. Its principal operations are eCommerce, pay television & related technologies, and traditional print media. Naspers’ strategy is to focus on attaining sustainable market positions in emerging markets with above-average growth opportunities. It is listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange since 1994 and has an ADR listing on the London Stock Exchange. Naspers had a market capitalization of USD 42bn in January 2014. 

Antonio Sorrentino - D1

Co-Founder and CEO of Domec

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Antonio Sorrentino is Co-Founder and CEO of Domec, a technology based start-up with focus on payment solutions, promotion management and Loyalty 3.0. for Large Retailers and Banks. During the last months Domec launched an innovative loyalty program integrated with value added services at Autogrill Stores, one of the largest food & beverage retail chains in Europe.

Previously Antonio worked as Business Development Manager at Seat Pagine Gialle, the leading Italian Yellow Pages company, as Marketing Manager at Lottomatica (now Gtech) and then as Commercial Director at Euronet Worldwide start-up in Italy. He holds an undergraduate degree in Economy at University of Rome La Sapienza, a Master in Marketing & Communication at IED in Milan and an MBA from Hult International Business School in London, Boston and San Paolo. 

John Staunton - D1

Co-Founder & CEO Buzzoek

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John Staunton is an entrepreneur currently based out of Amsterdam, with focus in the areas of Near Field Communications (NFC), customer loyalty, customer analytics & business intelligence within the customer-facing services and retail industries. 


He holds an undergraduate degree in Electronic Engineering, a Masters in Spacecraft Technology and Satellite Communications and an MBA from INSEAD, and is also a Chartered Engineer (C. Eng.) and certified Project Management Professional (PMP). 

John was formerly with Accenture and was a Manager in the Strategy practice in the Amsterdam office, and prior to that in the Information Management (Business Intelligence & Analytics) practice in the London office. 

http://www.linkedin.com/in/johnstaunton

Allard Keuter - B3 / B4

Head of projects within the Dutch Payments Association

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Allard Keuter started working for the Dutch Payment Association in 2011, after various positions as project manager, or other senior roles in the financial services industry. He started his career as change manager within the ICT department of the Dutch Postal organisation in 1997, and switched to payments in 2001.

 

Allard has been working as project manager or in another senior role on various area’s in payment, including (credit) cards, ATM, and online. Currently he is head of projects within the Dutch Payments Association, a member organisation, consisting of providers of payment services: banks, payment institutions and electronic money institutions. One of the main projects is the realisation of the Dutch eMandate solution, in cooperation with the banks and stakeholders.

 

Allard obtained his master degree Environmental Biology at the Utrecht University in 1997 and a post doctorate in information technology at the Leiden Institute of Advances Computer Science in 1998.

John Broxis - B3 / B4

Managing Director at MyBank

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John Broxis helped develop STEP2, the pan-European clearing house from its beginning in 2003 until February 2014, for the last five years as service director. During that time, he was deeply involved in the creation of the ISO20022 payments message standards and the implementation of SEPA. John developed the idea of MyBank as a digital payments and identity service for Europe. Now as Managing Director of MyBank, he is committed to a delivering universal, online and mobile services based on the payment account.

Johan Schmalholz - E1

Senior Advisor E-invoicing at Swedish Bankers´ Association

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Johan Schmalholz is Senior Advisor E-invoicing at the Swedish Bankers´ Association and is responsible for the B2B and B2C interbank e-invoice cooperation in Sweden. Johan has 16 years of experience of the Financial community and has previously held project management and business development positions at Swedbank. Johan has experience of estasblishing new e-invoicing services in the banking sector.

Maciej Łuczak - D3

Minizet

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Maciej Łuczak previously co-founded Payleven, the mPOS solution. He has significant experience in payments gained at MasterCard Advisors, e-commerce and media from MTV, and strong banking background both from McKinsey and Citibank Investment Banking. Having worked across the world, in multiple functions, businesses, languages, in projects ranging from cost optimization to innovation implementation, Maciej is well suited to introduce new payment standard - the digital cash solution. Maciej graduated from Warsaw School of Economics and St. Gallen University (Switzerland), he also attanded Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO) and University of Buenos Aires. 

 

Pierre Noizat

COO Paymium

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Pierre Noizat is a co-founder of Paymium, a tech start up specializing in innovative payment solutions based on the Bitcoin protocol. Prior to becoming a co-founder of Paymium, Pierre joined the France Telecom group in 2005 and served as Managing Director of AFSCM, the Association for Mobile Contactless in France.

In his role at AFSCM, Pierre worked with members, mobile operators, mobile application issuers and technology companies to facilitate the development and market launch of useful, innovative contactless services.

Pierre is a technology and innovation business leader with more than 16 years of international experience in product and marketing management. Through direct experience in these roles, he contributed significantly to the success of major digital television projects from 1991 through 2000, including the launch of DirectTV in the USA and TPS in France.

Pierre received his MBA in Marketing and Finance from Columbia University in New York, 1991.He is also a graduate of Ecole Polytechnique in Paris.

Maximilien Kintz - B3 / B4

Researcher and consultant at Fraunhofer IAO

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Maximilien Kintz is a researcher, project manager and software engineer in the Electronic Business department at Fraunhofer IAO in Stuttgart. He has gained experience from many national and international research and industry projects, focusing on the security of Internet transactions and online payments, as well as business process monitoring.

Vincent Jansen - B3 / B4

Principal at Innopay

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Vincent Jansen is Principal at Innopay. He is a passionate collaborative innovator and has extensive experience creating standards and rulebooks for networked products in complex, multi-stakeholder environments. 

 

Vincent is part of Innopay’s management team and leads the Digital Identity Practice. 

 

Chris Jones - A2

Director at PSE Consulting

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Chris Jones, Director, has over 13 years’ experience working for PSE Consulting and Accenture. He has worked for many of the major mobile telecommunication companies, assisting in developing their business strategies and implementing change programmes and the use of mobile technology for micro, internet and physical world payments.  

Recent assignments have included the development of processor market entry strategies for several US firms, a review of the impacts of SEPA on the development of the EU cards market, two major multi-country studies into opportunities for prepaid products, several studies relating to Dynamic Currency Conversion (DCC), a study for the UK Payments Council into mobile payments, studies into e-commerce acquiring and M&A opportunities, plus several assignments relating to acquiring.

Joris Portegies Zwart - A3 / A4

COO of Chess iX

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Joris Portegies Zwart is COO of Chess iX, a software technology provider with a strong footprint in the payments industry. As COO, he is responsible for overall delivery of software development and operational services to clients. 

 

During his time at Chess iX, Joris has held multiple roles. With a strong focus on software quality and maintainability, he has designed and developed software systems for the payments, leasing and cash management industries. He is continuously looking for ways to employ modern software development practices and technologies to create products for industries that demand fault-free transaction processing and compliance to industry regulations.

 

Joris holds a Master's degree in theoretical physics, and a PhD in computer science, both from the University of Amsterdam.

Matthew Silverstone - D4

CEO at Facebanx

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Matthew Silverstone is a serial entrepreneur with a number of very successful companies launched and sold over the past 30 years. His first IT project, launched in 2004, Joinaclub, with his current business partner Andrei Danila was a very successful smaller version of Facebook. His latest project, Facebanx, is a unique security company that has combined face and voice recognition to reduce the levels of online fraud and replace the need to use passwords. 

Jason Lane - Keynote 2

Group Executive of Market Development at MasterCard

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Jason Lane is Group Executive of Market Development for Europe reporting to the regional president, Javier Perez.  Jason is responsible for the development of European Business Strategy, Acceptance, Customer Economics and Commercial Excellence functions. His group is based in Belgium and the UK, covering strategy development, competitive intelligence, business model development, regional M&A, regional acceptance, pricing, interchange and sales/commercial excellence.

Jason has held positions of increasing responsibility in various business units at MasterCard, including group head, Strategy and Operations for International Markets where he oversaw strategy for International Markets pricing and interchange, country strategy development and execution, global sales effectiveness and customer delivery.

Jason has extensive international experience, gained both during his tenure at MasterCard working directly with customers and the regions. He has also worked previously in the consulting, retail and insurance industries.

A native of South Africa, Jason received his law degree from the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.
He resides in London with his family.

Enny van de Velden - A5

Managing Director of CCV-group

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Enny van de Velden is Managing Director of CCV-group since June 2013. She started her career at CCV in 2012 as Manager Strategy.

Before that Enny worked in several independent jobs such as Art Director and owner of ANY PRODUCTIONS, Editor-in-chief in Broadcasting and as a documentary filmmaker and journalist.

She holds a Master Degree in Social Sciences & Change Management and Master of Branding, both from University of Groningen.

 

Kieran Mongey - C1

Senior Fraud Consultant at ReD

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Kieran is a senior fraud consultant to ReD’s merchant customers in EMEA, helping them to identify where tailored fraud strategies can enable business and create additional revenues.

Before taking up this role in 2013, Kieran led the EMEA Risk team at ReD, building a strong and efficient team that continues to deliver best practice fraud prevention and revenue enhancement strategies to merchant customers.  He has held Fraud Management positions within leading merchants including John Lewis and Vodafone, specialising while at John Lewis in Credit & Network Fraud (VF) and Internal, Stock and Cash Management Loss & Fraud.

Kieran is a qualified accountant who has specialised in payments and fraud management over the last six years. He is an experienced speaker at industry conferences and forums, including recent speaking engagements for Vendorcom, the IMRG and at ReD partner events. Kieran has previously served as a board member of the European Merchant Risk Council (MRC).

Sanjeev Chhugani - E2

Co-Founder and CEO of Bilbus

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Sanjeev Chhugani is co-founder of Bilbus, a financial services technology company. He focuses on e-financing, e-invoicing, business cashflow and cloud-based financial technologies for suppliers and SMBs.

Sanjeev has been a corporate and investment banker and entrepreneur for over 20 years. His time spent on a bank’s management committee helps him understands key issues facing financial institutions today. When heading a frontier markets investment banking business, he oversaw the management of pension funds, mutual funds, corporate broking and advisory in addition to spearheading technology special projects.

Sanjeev is an alumnus of the University of Maryland and London Business School and holds the corporate finance qualification from the Institute of Chartered Accountants. He has contributed to articles in financial periodicals including Euromoney, Corporate Finance, The Commercial Factor, Financial Gazette, Financial Centres International and also blogs about supplier financing, business technology and financial policy.

Ho Chang - D4

Founder and CEO of BioID AG

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Ho Chang, founder and CEO, BioID AG, has over 20 years CEO-level experience in the biometrics and IT industries and worked for companies such as Hewlett-Packard. Under his guidance, BioID’s biometric authentication solutions have been proven through many years of use at enterprises, banks and government organisations. His knowledge and long-term experience in the software and security industry are essential to the successful commercialisation of BioID’s technologies, most recently the world's first cloud biometrics with liveness detection.

Alar Kolk - P2

President of European Innovation Academy

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Alar Kolk is the president of European Innovation Academy. Formerly he was Vice Rector of Tallinn Tech. Alar was named the President (CEO) of the Estonian Innovation Foundation. He was the founding director of the Estonian Technology Agency and CEO of Enterprise Estonia. He has been active in R&D policy planning bodies: Research and Development Council of Estonia (Innovation Policy Committee and Research Policy Committee), Estonian-Finnish R&D Committee, Estonian Space Committee and in the Estonian R&D Strategy Committee.

Markus Rinderer - A2

CEO and co-founder of PAY.ON

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Markus Rinderer is CEO and co-founder of PAY.ON AG, a PCI-certified leading processor and white-label infrastructure provider for omnichannel global payments. The company, founded in 2004, is headquartered in Munich, Germany, and has subsidiaries and representations in Austria, Great Britain, Russia, Hong Kong, the Philippines and the USA. 

PAY.ON’s product solutions comprise an omnichannel white-label payment platform-as-a-service, enabling PSPs/ISOs and MSPs to outsource their entire payment business, and a modular gateway that connects payment providers with a single API to a global payment network.  All PAY.ON solutions and technical developments enable PAY.ON’s clients’ fast and seamless merchant onboarding. Clients of PAY.ON are leading PSPs/ISOs, MSPs with more than 50.000 merchants connected globally.

In addition, Markus is co-founder and shareholder of Barikuta, an incubator specialized in innovative payment services. The investment portfolio of Barikuta comprises, amongst others, PAY.ON, payworks, a mobile payment platform provider, and PAYRETO, a PSP/ISO and merchant consulting specialist for technical outsourcing and process optimization.  

Prior to co-founding PAY.ON, Markus was responsible for product developments at Wirecard AG, a leading payment service provider in Germany.

 

Pierre Petit - Keynote 1

Deputy Director General – Payments and Market Infrastructure at European Central Bank

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Pierre Petit started working at the European Central bank in 1998 when he was appointed Head of the Non-Monetary Policies Division of the Directorate General Economics when the latter was created. after having held several other positions he was appointed Deputy-Director General of the Directorate General Payments and Market Infrastructure in 2010.

Pierre started his career in 1980 at the National Bank of Belgium at the Research department and became Head of the Balance of Payments Unit of that department in 1986. He holds a Master degree in Law and Economics.

Philip Robinson - B2

senior advisor at the Electronic Money Association

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Philip Robinson is senior advisor at the Electronic Money Association and is a non-exec director on a number of public and private sector boards, in the UK and India.

 

Philip has Fellowships with the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants,  the Institute of Securities and Investment and the Royal Society for Arts.  A career regulator, he spent 20 years in Director roles within the UK’s Financial Services Authority and its predecessors. His last role at the FSA was as Director of Financial Crime and Intelligence, when he was also part of the UK delegation to FATF.  He co-chaired the FATF public/private working groups which produced the various sectoral risk based guidance papers which were the forerunners of the latest risk based FATF standards. 

 

Philip has spent the last 18 months in dialogue with the FATF and EU institutions with the aim of ensuring that the latest revisions to the Anti Money Laundering regime safely facilitate payment innovation, and are driven by an evidence based assessment of risk, rather than allowing AML regulatory conservatism to stifle growth and competition in the payments sector."

 

Arne Vidar Haug - B2

Vice President, Co-founder and Co-owner of Signicat

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Arne Vidar Haug is responsible for business development, international expansion, business

alliances and strategic planning in Signicat. He is a member of the management team.

 

Arne Vidar is a specialist and pioneer on business development and innovation with eID and

e-signature for PC, tablet and mobile. Along with fellow Signicat founders he literally invented Cloud based cross-border eID support – rewarded the international 'Identity Deployment of the Year Award' and the 'Best Innovation Award at the Cards and Payments Europe Award'.

 

Arne Vidar  has 15 years of experience from working together with the Bank, Finance, Insurance and Telecom industry. He is streamlining business processes by substituting physical id-check and signing with pen and ink with electronic identification and electronic signature. Arne Vidar delivered cloud based eID and eSignature services to more than 100 companies. His true passion is inventing business opportunities and delivering first class products and services that customers can benefit from.

Guido Mangiagalli - A6

Vice President and head of prepaid cards and Mobile Store Value solutions for Visa Europe

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Guido Mangiagalli is Vice President and head of prepaid cards and Mobile Store Value solutions for Visa Europe. He is responsible for product definition, go to market strategy, communication and commercialization of prepaid payments.

Prior to this role, Guido was in charge of product development and commercialization of contactless and Mobile payments for Visa Europe.

Guido has also held senior roles in:

-Buongiorno S.p.A. (a NTT Do.Co.Mo company) (Milano) as General Manager Cashlog, the mobile micropayment platform which enables digital content purchase via carrier billing.

-Oberthur Card Systems in Paris a key player in the development of smart card products

Wolfgang Maschek - Keynote 3

Senior Counsel and Vice-President for International Regulatory Affairs at Western Union

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Wolfgang A. Maschek, is Senior Counsel and Vice-President for International Regulatory Affairs at 
Western Union. In this role, he serves as WU’s head of European regulatory and public policy matters. 
Wolfgang also serves as regulatory counsel to various regulated entities internationally, including 
Western Union Payment Services Ireland Limited, a Payment Institution authorized and supervised by 
the Central Bank of Ireland, or the Western Union International Bank GmbH, a credit institution 
supervised by the Austrian Financial Market Authority (FMA). 

Prior to joining WU in 2006, he was working for the Oesterreichische Nationalbank (OeNB) (Central Bank 
of Austria) in various capacities, most recently as Deputy Head of OeNB’s Representative Office in 
Brussels. Wolfgang holds a master degree in law from Vienna University School of Law, a LL.M. degree 
from Columbia University School of Law (NYC) and a master degree in economics from Vienna University 
of Economics and Business Administration. He is admitted to the Bar of New York, NY. 
Wolfgang is currently Vice-Chair of the European Payment Institutions Federation. He is also the Chair of 
the association’s Technical Committee.  

Kevin Voges - P1

Co-founder of AFAS Personal

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Kevin Voges is the co-founder of AFAS Personal, a free personal finance web-application. The company is based in the Netherlands. AFAS Personal was formed when AFAS Software B.V. acquired Yunoo.nl
AFAS Personal provides a web-based tool that gives users smarter personal financial knowledge and a better understanding of their personal financial situation. Users see exactly where money is being spend and how much money can be saved. This is combined with a community that is dedicated to helping each other make better educated financial decisions. The platform currently has more than half a million users. 

Kevin holds a BSc in Information Science and an MSc in Business Informatics from the University of Utrecht

Marco Fava - A6 / D3

Managing director and founder of CleverAdvice

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Marco Fava is managing director and founder of CleverAdvice, an independent strategic advisory firm with focus on the payment industry and banking. He brings 20 years of professional experience and expertise in management advisory at global management consulting firms such as The Boston Consulting Group and A.T. Kearney. He has lead strategy, marketing, business planning, Mergers & Acquisitions and due diligence projects for payment institutions and banks, institutional investors, private companies and government agencies in Italy, Austria, France, Germany, the UK and USA. He holds an active role at the European Payments Consulting Association, is a Certified Management Consultant at the Management Consulting Institute since 2004 and an independent expert of the European Network & Information Security Agency.

Marco holds an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He is author of articles on a number of business journals.

Johan Lindstrom - A3

Vice President of Digital Commerce at MasterCard

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Johan Lindstrom is responsible for driving MasterCard’s strategic direction for digital commerce in the European region including Digital Wallets, Person to Person transfers and convergence between the physical world and online payments.

 

Johan has a background as an entrepreneur in the mobile payments space, most recently with mBlox Ltd where he spent over 10 years and held a number of roles including Global Head of Products. During this time Johan oversaw a global expansion of the business, stretching from its origins in the UK to cover the rest of Europe, the US and Asia.

Mounaim Cortet - E2

Consultant at Innopay

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Mounaim Cortet is a consultant at Innopay. As knowledge manager of the e-business practice, Mounaim is responsible for the strategic direction, focusing primarily on the relation between e-invoicing, (B2B) e-payments and the financial supply chain. He is involved in SimplerInvoicing, a European collaborative e-invoicing initiative and various business and strategy development projects for financial institutions and corporates.

His area of interest spans the e-payments domain and related transaction services, with a keen interest in payment trends and resulting strategic implications for industry players. 


Mounaim holds a BSc in Technical Business studies and an MSc in Strategic Management from the Erasmus University.

Cyril Vignet - B4

Project Manager Innovation Department of the Payment Division within BPCE Group

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Cyril Vignet  is Project Manager in the Innovation Department of the Payment Division  within BPCE Group, second largest banking group in France.

He is currently in charge of the SEPAmail initiative for BPCE and animator of the coordinating committee of SEPAMAIL.EU

Before joining BPCE, Cyril worked as consultant in Payment Systems and Card Systems for 15 years.

Patrick Murck - P3

General Counsel of the Bitcoin Foundation

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Patrick Murck is a founding member and General Counsel of the Bitcoin Foundation. His expertise extends across the legal and regulatory issues governing the use of Bitcoin, virtual economies, gamification, alternative payment systems, and social loyalty and reward programs. Previously, he has been an executive in legal and business development for a number of digital currency companies.

 

In private practice, he has represented digital currency clients and worked as a telecom, media and technology attorney with a Washington, D.C.-based law firm. He is a native of Washington, D.C., and received his undergraduate degree from American University and his J.D. with honors from Catholic University, Columbus School of Law.

Simon Lelieveldt - P3

Independent regulatory and compliance consultant

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Simon Lelieveldt is an independent regulatory and compliance consultant in the area of innovative payments and electronic money. Originally an industrial engineer, Simon has extensive experience in the area of payments and bank supervision, having worked both as a banker, bank supervisor and at the Dutch Bankers' Association.

Paul Koetsier

Business Consultant in Payments at Capgemini

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Paul Koetsier is a Business Consultant in Payments for Capgemini and supports the customers of Capgemini to address the wide range of challenges in today’s Payments world. Paul is a contributor to Capgemini’s global Payments SME network.

Paul has a multi-year experience in working in complex business environments and multiple geographies.

Within Capgemini he leads the Payments Expert Group and the European PSD Centre of Excellence. Paul teaches European Payments in the Capgemini-NIBE-SVV Business Class Payments.

Malte Krueger - D3

Professor of Economics at the University of Applied Sciences in Aschaffenburg (Germany)

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Malte Krueger is Professor of Economics at the University of Applied Sciences in Aschaffenburg (Germany) and works as a consultant for PaySys Consultancy (Frankfurt). He holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Cologne (Germany) and has worked as a research fellow for the Bank of Spain, the University of Western Ontario, the University of Durham, the University of Karlsruhe, the University of Applied Sciences in Frankfurt and the European Commission. 

Consulting projects have been focused on payments – including internet payments - and the list of clients includes banks, processors, merchants, card schemes, payment service providers, market regulators and others, in Germany and other European countries. 

Malte has published widely on payment issues in academic and industry journals.

Max Snijder - D4

Secretary General, European Association for Biometrics

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Max Snijder is one of the leading independent biometrics experts in Europe. It is his mission to support stakeholders from the biometrics community with the proper and beneficial understanding and implementation of biometric technology, with a focus on supporting decision makers from governments as well as industries at a strategic level. His practical experience and integrated approach has lead to an overall view on the biometrics and ID-management business. With his knowledge and experience Max is capable of connecting high level strategic matters with the operational level, vice versa. This includes strategic aspects of biometric deployments (like costs/benefits, risk analysis and business cases), as well as issues on functional and operational requirements, use cases, processes and procedures. During his 12 years+ experience he has built up in depth knowledge from several key areas of application, such as border control, national security, public administrations, e-passports, airport security, electronic services and transactions, e-banking, access control and mobile security.

After a career at the security printing company Joh.Enschedé (NL) he founded the European Biometrics Group in 2004 with the purpose of bringing together the fragmented knowledge and experience in the field of biometrics. Currently his network covers all relevant areas of biometrics, from strategic to operational, from legal to technical.

Max Snijder is (has been) member of several high level bodies. He is secretary and co-founder of the European Association for Biometrics (www.eab.org). At the EAB he is chairing the Privacy Impact Assessment Working Group. On invitation by the UK Home Office he joined the core reference group of the Biometrics Committee of ERNCIP (European Reference Network for Critical Infrastructure Protection, http://ipsc.jrc.ec.europa.eu/index.php/ERNCIP/688/0/). He is Founding Member of the IFIP Working Group on Identity Management and member of the ePractice Working Group on eID. In 2008 he joined ThinkTrust, a European Think Tank on “Investigating Security, Dependability, Trust, Privacy and Identity from ICT and social perspectives” (www.think-trust.eu). He is member of the industrial committee of the STORK Project (www.eid-stork.eu/) and was member of several end user committees of European research projects, such as TURBINE (www.turbine-project.eu) and 3DFace (www.3dface.org). His participation to high level strategic projects like ELSA (European Large Scale Action, preparing a European eIDM infrastructure) and ESRT (European Security Round Table) has brought Max Snijder to develop a vision on large scale use of biometrics in digital environments. He is member of the program committee of the World eID Conference and the BIOSIG (www.cast-forum.de/workshops/infos/145).

Edwin Jacobs - D2

ICT Lawyer (Partner) at time.lex

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Edwin Jacobs is member of the Brussels bar and partner at time.lex. Also affiliated researcher at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Law and ICT at the University of Leuven, and teaching assistant of negotiation and mediation at the University of Antwerp. Officially accredited mediator and member of VOBA and CEPINA. 


Edwin read law at the university of Namur, Leuven and Norwich, European law at the Europa-Institut in Saarbrücken, and company management at Hogeschool-Universiteit Brussels.

He also has a broad experience as in-house company lawyer and is a sympathising member of the institute for company lawyers (IBJ-IJE). His varied experience and expertise make him a pragmatic sounding board for in-house lawyers.


In 1995 he started to practice law, specialising in commercial law, intellectual property law and ICT-law. He became a company lawyer (July 2001-March 2007) and was responsible for the legal department of ISABEL, a leading service provider in e-Banking, e-Business (i.a. electronic invoicing) and e-Government.
Afterwards, he was at the forefront of his practice at the TMT-IP (Technology, Media, Telecom - Intellectual Property) department of Monard-D’Hulst in Brussels. 


He frequently speaks and writes about ICT-law and/or intellectual property. 


 

Paul Stoddart - A1

Managing Director of Strategy & Business Development at VocaLink

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Paul Stoddart joined VocaLink as Managing Director, Strategy & Business Development in June 2012.  He is responsible for Corporate Strategy, M&A, Product Development and Marketing.

Paul's previous role was at Barclays Bank, where he was responsible for M&A and Asset Disposals for Barclaycard globally for 4 years.

Prior to this Paul spent 12 years at RBS Group where he held a variety of senior roles across Group Corporate Development, Internet banking and E-commerce, Global Transaction Services and WorldPay.

Michel Drupsteen - A5

Sr. Business consultant at ING

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Michel Drupsteen works for ING since 2002. He started his working career in 1995 at the Dutch network operator PTT Telecom and in 1997 he started working for Chipper, the Joint Venture between PTT Telecom and Dutch Postbank. After Chipper he worked as a business development manager at the smart card division of ACI Worldwide.

Michel has more than 15 years of experience in the payment and financial services domain with a focus on strategic, business development and/or inter-banking projects and initiatives, either in a consultancy or in a lead role. Currently Michel is representing ING in the Mobiel Betalen Nederland initiative, the project of the three Dutch banks that realizes the first steps of a mobile ecosystem in the Netherlands, starting in the summer of 2013 in the City centre of Leiden.

Michel obtained his master degree Business Informatics at the Amsterdam University in 1994 and his MBA at the Rotterdam School of Management in 2002.

Peter Kwakernaak - B4

CEO of AcceptEmail

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Peter Kwakernaak is CEO of AcceptEmail since 2008. AcceptEmail provides an electronic bill presentment and payment service via e-mail, mobile, online and sms for business to consumer and business to small business.

Before AcceptEmail, Peter held management functions and founded various companies on the edge of IT and banking. Peter was Chief Commercial Officer of NetEconomy, a company providing IT solutions in risk and compliancy for anti-money laundering and fraud detection for financial institutions.

Peter founded MaXware Benelux in 1998 as a subsidiary a Norwegian quoted corporation. MaXware Benelux specialised in cash-management solutions, bulk-payment channels for financial institutions and payment factories for large corporates. The company became part of Belgian payments specialist Clear2Pay in 2005.

Peter has a Master of Science degree in Business Economics from the Erasmus University Rotterdam.

Dominique Adriansens - B4

Managing Director and Founder of Twikey

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Dominique Adriansens is Managing Director and Founder of Twikey. Prior to becoming Managing Director of of Twikey, Dominique had worked as Head of Product Management, responsible for the eBanking business line, at Isabel for more than 15 years. The last product delivered was Isabel 6 which is now used by 110,000 companies. Dominique is a SDD & eMandate expert and his professional skills include Product management, UL experience and an Analytical mindset. Dominique holds a Master degree Commercial Engineer, Economics from KULeuven.

Charmaine Oak - P3

Practice Lead, Digital Money at Shift Thought

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Charmaine Oak is a payments expert who leads the Shift Thought team in supporting the rapid growth of global groups across 32 key services they term as Digital Money.

 

Charmaine brings a unique perspective, having contributed to the global development of mobile payments and remittances through the world’s leading money transfer company Western Union, a global bank (RBS), Orange (a global mobile operator), LogicaCMG (the pioneer in SMS) and Wipro a leading IT provider.

 

Charmaine has written over 20 detailed reports on key emerging markets across the world. Shift Thought offers knowledge services through a self-service portal, to provide actionable insights as regulations change and opportunities and risks emerge in each country world-wide.

 

Her consulting and advice is based on a unique framework of the digital payments ecosystem with continuously updated, contextual knowledge on digital wallets, players, partnerships, products & services, regulatory environment, consumer markets, pricing,  business models and more.

Piet Mallekoote - A1

CEO, Currence

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After his study macro-economics at the Amsterdam University, Piet Mallekoote joined the Dutch Central Bank (DNB). He held several senior management positions in economic research, economic policy and payments. Mallekoote joined Currence, owner of the Dutch payment products, including iDEAL, in 2004. 


 

Jens Lütcke - P1

CFO, Member of the board of Directors, SOFORT AG

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Jens Lütcke is CFO of SOFORT and responsible for financial, legal and IT matters. Jens has been with the Company since 2005. With its product SOFORT Banking (SOFORT Überweisung) the company has undergone substantial growth since then, becoming a strong European player in the market and is now active in eleven countries. 

Before joining the executive team of SOFORT AG, Jens worked as a Partner of a Munich based law firm. He has studied law in Berlin, Munich and St. Gallen. Jens is a member of Payment Systems Market Expert Group (PSMEG), which is helping the European Commission prepare legislative acts or policy initiatives on payment issues.

Marcel van Galen - D2

Founder and initiator, Qiy Foundation

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Marcel van Galen is founder and initiator of the Qiy Foundation. A visionair, a creator and a serial entrepreneur.

After building several businesses in communication and IT, he and his team started developing the Qiy Trust Framework. Based on the ideology that people should have control over their data. A journey which started in 2007. Today Qiy is a scheme under development for sharing personal data. A live and certified reference implementation is in use today and shows that this way of working will turn the world upside down.

Nick Smaling

Consultant, Innopay

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Nick Smaling is an experienced consultant in the field of digital identity and online payments. Within Innopay, he leads the digital identity practice and is responsible for the processes and content regarding digital identity. Having worked on the cutting edge of technology and business, he acquired in-depth knowledge of innovation management over the years. Nick holds a master degree in Industrial Engineering from Technische Universiteit Eindhoven.

Nick will moderate session D2 ‘The reality of Big Data’ which will take place on 13 March.

Sarah Clark - A3 / A4

Head of Strategy, PayPal EMEA

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Sarah Clark is Head of Strategy at PayPal EMEA. Responsible for setting the strategic direction of PayPal in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, Sarah is helping the world's leading provider of online payments navigate an increasingly competitive landscape. With mobile technology blurring the lines between 'online' and 'offline', Sarah helps identify the products needed to keep PayPal at the retail point of sale, wherever that happens to be.

Prior to joining PayPal, Sarah was head of International strategy at Barclaycard and Commercial Director of Private Banking for Barclays, UK and Ireland. She also worked as Director of Corporate Development for the Virgin Group and oversaw the introduction of many successful ventures, including Virgin Galactic and Virgin Mobile France.

Jane Zavalishina - Keynote 4

Chairman of the Board, Yandex.Money

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Jane Zavalishina is Chairman of the Board at Yandex.Money, an e-commerce payment service in Russia. Yandex.Money  is a part of Yandex NV, Russia’s leading internet company. Jane has been heading Yandex.Money since 2005, and during this time the company has undergone substantial growth, becoming a strong player in the market and gaining high brand recognition among Russian consumers and merchants for online payments. In recent years, Yandex.Money has partnered with thousands of online merchants and integrated with the largest banks in the country, which has produced a major impact on the whole e-commerce industry in Russia.

Prior to becoming CEO of Yandex.Money, Jane had worked as Chief Product Officer at Yandex since 2000. During those years Yandex became the leading Russian online portal, gaining wide popularity not only for its search engine, but for a rich range of web services for users. Jane strongly contributed to the company’s business development success.

Jane’s professional interests include retail payments, e-commerce and e-money regulation.


 

Ignacio González-Páramo - B1

Vice President for Global Compliance, Payvision

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Ignacio González-Páramo is Vice President for Global Compliance at Payvision. In this role, Ignacio is in charge of corporate’s compliance with all Card Schemes’ rules as well as with domestic and international regulations and legislation. Also, in his capacity as Compliance Officer, Ignacio acts as the corporate’s point of interaction with Home State and local regulators. He also takes care of relationships with the Card Schemes and handles Public Affairs on behalf of Payvision as a Payment Institution. Ignacio currently represents Payvision in the European Payment Institutions Federation (EPIF).

Prior to joining Payvision in 2012, he worked at ServiRed, S.A., the major domestic Payments’ Scheme in Spain, in various capacities, most recently as Head of Rules and Compliance. Ignacio holds a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) from Universidad Pontificia Comillas (ICADE), Madrid, and a Master’s degree in e-commerce and IT from Universidad Carlos III, Madrid.


 

Steve Pannifer - A5

Head of Delivery, Consult Hyperion

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Steve Pannifer is Head of Delivery at Consult Hyperion. Steve has many years of experience in the areas of retail payments and secure transactions. Steve was the technical authority for a major international payment scheme in the development of its various systems to manage secure payment smart cards. He was also heavily involved in a major IT program building critical financial infrastructure. More recently, Steve has undertaken numerous assignments in the converging areas of mobile wallets, payments and digital identity. Steve leads all identity-related activities at Consult Hyperion.

 

Prior to joining Consult Hyperion, Steve worked for Logica (now part of CGI) in the areas of information security and systems integration. He graduated from the University of Bristol with a BSc (Hons) in Computer Science.

Philippe Pellé - P1

Deputy head of the Retail Financial Services and Consumer Policy at the European Commission (DG Internal Market and Services)

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 A career official, Philippe Pellé has covered many different policy grounds ranging from direct taxation, financial reporting, corporate governance, the fight against money laundering to GATS negotiations and the enlargement of the EU. Prior to joining the European Commission, Philippe worked in auditing and in investment banking in Paris. Philippe is a graduate from the London School of Economics and a qualified chartered accountant.


 

Michael Salmony - P1

Executive Advisor to the Board of Directors, Equens

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Michael Salmony represents the German and international banking communities at major European organisations especially on payment innovations. He has spoken and published on how new technologies are transforming financial services. Previously he was Germany's Director of Market Development Media and Communications technologies at IBM.

Dr. Hugo Godschalk - P2

Director and founder of PaySys Consultancy

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Hugo Godschalk is director and founder of  PaySys Consultancy in Frankfurt am Main, and member of the Regiogeld initiatives advisory board  in Germany. In 2000 PaySys became co-founder of the European Payments Consulting Association (EPCA). 


Hugo studied Economics at the University of Münster - Westfalia. His PhD in Economics was followed by a thesis on electronic money in 1982. At the same university he became a staff member for five years and did research.


His career in the payment industry began as Head of business administration at ‘Gesellschaft für Zahlungssysteme (GZS)’ in Frankfurt. As a senior consultant he worked for Ordina, where he leaned on topics such as payments and card systems. Hugo published several books and articles about money and payment issues.

Douwe Lycklama a Nijeholt

Chairman of EPCA Payment Summit, Director and co-founder of Innopay

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Douwe Lycklama is founding partner of Innopay, an independent and international consulting firm specialised in payments and transaction services. Douwe is one of the thought leaders in e-payments, e-invoicing, e-identity, m-payments, cards and SEPA, shaping breakthrough business and market innovations, standards and schemes. Innopay works for major international financial institutions, corporates and governments, developing products, businesses and strategies.

LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/douwel

www.innopay.com

 

Jaap Jan Nienhuis

Senior Consultant, Innopay

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Jaap Jan Nienhuis is a thought leader in the area of B2B E-commerce, including e-invoicing, e-payments and supply chain finance. He has in-depth knowledge on various SWIFT services and International Payments (TARGET2, EBA).

Jaap Jan has a special interest in the development of new services in 4-corner models. He is involved in a number of European collaborative e-invoicing initiatives, including the EBA E-invoicing Working Group.

Jaap Jan is project leader of Simplerinvoicing, a consortium of ERP / Accounting software vendors and e-invoicing providers that developed a low-barrier scheme for the exchange of e-invoices.

He started his career in 2004 with Capgemini as consultant Financial Services. From the start he had a special interest in the connection between a corporate payments process and its supply chain. As such Jaap Jan worked on various projects aimed at working capital optimization and payment process improvement. His ability to quickly understanding complex situation and his pragmatic approach makes him very suitable in projects were quick results are required. In 2007, he joined Innopay as consultant on payments and invoicing.

Jaap Jan holds a Master of Science in Management degree in Business Administration (General Management) from Nyenrode Business University Breukelen.


 

Jacob Boersma - P3

Senior Consultant, Innopay

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Jacob Boersma is a senior consultant at Innopay. Jacob has extensive experience in the field of information security, (management of) Internet standards, digital signatures and e-government in the role of both advisor and project manager.

Jacob has been active in information management, information and online identification for over 10 years. He began his career as consultant at ECP, the Dutch e-commerce platform. He then became project manager for standardization of digital signatures within the Dutch government (PKI overheid) and consultant in the field of e-authentication within the government (e.g. DigiD) at ICTU and GBO.overheid (now Logius). 

In recent years, Jacob worked as  senior advisor to the ‘Information management group domestic administration’ of PwC where he worked for ministries, provincial and municipal organizations. He is consultant at Innopay in online payments, e-invoicing and information security since 2010. His passion is to create links between the process, IT and the organization.

 

Harry Smorenberg

Chairman of EPCA Payment Summit, Managing Director of Smorenberg Corporate Consultancy

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Harry Smorenberg has been leading in the development of (corporate) electronic banking, web- and mobile banking, new payment development, financial planning and employee & employer benefits services. He is a catalyst in helping financial institutions to develop strategies, the appropriate solutions and a successful (commercial) implementation.

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