MEF are delighted to be hosting a session at Money 20/20 2017 on The power, potential and perils of personal data: How regulation is driving innovation.
New data regulation in Europe, the GDPR, combined with PSD2 legislation is game changing when it comes to how businesses handle customer data in order to tackle privacy and security in a global digital economy. But it’s not just about compliance. The founding principles of the forthcoming regulation and data stewardship – such as consent, control, transparency and trusted identity – are creating exciting new business models, more personalised products and services, and data driven economies. Explore the personal data economy and understand how innovators are putting the user at the heart of their business.
Moderated by our MEF Minute Features Editor Tim Green the session features speakers:
- Glyn Povah, New Business Development , Telefónica Digital
- Cecile Wendling, Head of foresight, AXA
- Katryna Dow, CEO and Founder, Meeco
- Esme Harwood, Open Banking director, Barclays
Money20/20 Europe is more than just an event. It’s a catalyst for the growth and development of the payments and financial services ecosystem.
In its first year, Money20/20 Europe welcomed 3,725 attendees, 422 speakers, over 200 sponsors and more than 100 media partners. Thesenior audience was comprised of visionaries and luminaries: the people who built the ecosystem, and the people who are disrupting, challenging and changing it. In June 2017, Copenhagen will once again take centre stage as the companies and individuals disrupting how consumers and businesses manage, spend and borrow money come together at scale.
The payments, financial services and retail sectors are currently experiencing an accelerated period of product development, characterised by technology and regulatory-based disruption. In this new emerging reality, collaboration is the key to survival. Money20/20 Europe is engineered to bring together all the stakeholders with a part to play in the commerce revolution: payments and financial services providers, banks and non-banks, the mobile ecosystem, the retail industry (offline and online), marketing services and data companies, investors, advisory firms and government bodies.