Current expert groups
Open Banking Expert Group
Jordi Guaus, Head of Digital Marketing, Caixa Bank
Mario Brkic, Research & Development Lead, George Labs
Luis Rodríguez, Chief Product and Innovation Officer, Strands
The objective of the Expert group is to help banks to understand opportunities behind PSD2 and other similar regulations such as OFX, and how to take advantage of these regulations to enable a new relationship model with their customers.
Digital ID Expert Group
Jukka Yliuntinen, Managing Director, Giesecke+Devrient Mobile Security
Simon Austin, Director, UBS Wealth Management
Jenny Ahlqvist, Senior Specialist Trust Services, SpareBank 1
The objective of the Expert group is to explore the business opportunities for banks in Digital ID. The key themes to be discussed by the group are:
“Identity and Identity Management as Business Enablers for Banks”
- Can we define the role of banks within an identity management framework?
- How can banks build a business around identity management?
- What are the key drivers?
- What are the potential revenue streams?
- How feasible is it for banks to tap into this ecosystem?
AI and Data Security Expert Group
Amir Tabakovic, CEO and Founder, Stealth
Honorary Member at Mobey Forum
The objective of the new Expert Group is to provide a platform for a multidisciplinary group of experts to exchange experiences and best practices on data privacy and to provide guidance to its members on how safely to deal with data privacy without losing the ability to innovate in the area of Artificial Intelligence.
Payments Expert Group
Xavier Herrero, Manager Operations, CaixaBank
Beat Bannwart, Digital Transformation & Ecosystems, WMPC Technology at UBS
Sirpa Nordlund, Senior Vice President, Industry Engagement, Country Director Finland, Nets
The objective of the Expert Group is to analyse the strategic options for banks’ business models in the changing payments landscape.
Banks know how to process payments but many still haven’t shifted their mindset from a payment being seen a traditional product to a what a payment actually means to it being a service for customers. Many lack a focused strategy on what role to play in payments and how to stay in business in this changing landscape.
The payments landscape is changing fast, impacted by the emergence of platforms such as Alibaba and Amazon, closed loop payment systems and crypto-currencies, creating competing channels for payments and business models. What does the fact that payments are staying in these loops mean for banks? What are the risks in the development of these ecosystems? What are the opportunities for banks?
Banking as a service (like the Goldman Sachs/Marcus, JPMorgan e-commerce platform announcement) – could there be an opportunity to insource payments again?