- EBA Board Meeting
- 23rd January 2020
- Liquidity Management Working Group Meeting
- 30th - 31st January 2020
Open Forum on Open Banking and Digital Transformation
New Ways of Working... Is Agile indispensable for the digital journey? Definitions, implementations and impact
- 11th February 2020
EBA educational events well received in 2019
With the last educational event of 2019 drawing to a close, the EBA takes positive stock of its educational offerings.
Throughout the year, the EBA organised four educational events that attracted a total of 101 delegates: the Liquidity Management Seminar, the Summer School, the Global Seminar and the Winter School.
The EBA has been running its educational programme continuously since 2008. With an average class size between 25 and 40, the courses allow for interactive, hands-on group work. Presentations by the EBA faculty - senior experts from banks, universities, corporations, law firms, consultancies, or IT and infrastructure providers - provide the delegates with new insights into key business, technology and regulatory developments.
The EBA plans to organise further educational events in 2020.
From real-time treasury to smart payments – new reports by Euro Banking Association stress collaboration needs as financial ecosystems adapt to instant payments and digitalisation
At its Global Seminar on “Real-Time Payments and Open Banking: New Realities, New Challenges” today, the Euro Banking Association (EBA) presented the latest research delivered by its working groups on liquidity management and on cryptotechnologies and smart payments.
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Read summary of The Internet of Things and Smart Payments and download the full paper
Read summary of Impact of Instant Payment and Intraday Liquidity on the Corporate Liquidity Management System and download the full paper
SMART2 issues recommendation note with best practices to support PSPs in detecting and combatting fraud
The SCT Inst Migration Action Round Table (SMART2) has published a recommendation note with best practices to support payment service providers (PSPs) in detecting and combatting fraud. The note was put together and endorsed by 15 account-servicing payment service providers (AS-PSPs) from 11 communities operating across SEPA.
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Read recommendation note.