Data Protection and Open Banking: Experiences and Expectations
Oct. 25: 2:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Oct. 26: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Jones Day Brussels
Rue de la Régence,
1000 Brussels, Belgium
This two part event, organized by Trust in Digital Life, sponsored by NEC Laboratories Europe GmbH, and hosted by Jones Day in Brussels, will bring together representatives from the European Commission, businesses, banks, SMEs, vendors, and consumer associations to evaluate the experience of implementing two sets of EU regulations, the GDPR and PSD2, from a multistakeholder perspective.
The event will evaluate GDPR's impact to date and what to expect over the coming two-three years. Of particular interest will be understanding and assessing GDPR's reception globally, particularly in the United States, as well as the adoption of GDPR-like legislation in California, Brazil, and elsewhere.
Regarding PSD2, the intention is to stimulate a debate on how to maximize the opportunities across the whole financial community in the light of the massive regulatory changes.
- Paul Nemitz, DG for Justice and Consumers, European Commission
- Jörg Hladjk, Jones Day
- Georgios Kourogiorgas, Worldline Global - Merchant Services
- Maarten Stultjens, iWelcome
- Wendy Grossman
- Marc Sel, PwC Advisory Services
- Finn Myrstad, Norwegian Consumer Council
- Giles Watkins, International Association of Privacy Professionals
- Michael Salmony, equensWorldline
- Liisa Kanniainen, Nordea
- Darek Nehrebecki, Mastercard
- Amardeo Sarma, NEC Laboratories Europe
- Romano Stasi, Italian Banking Association Labs
- Patricia Boydens, Harmoney
- David Goodman, Trust in Digital Life
Who should attend?
This seminar aims to respond to the needs of the banking industry, including multinationals, SMEs, and their vendors.