EBAday Business Forum 2021
"Placing the customer at the centre of payments modernisation"
- 07th December 2021
- Frankfurt, Germany
- Open Forum on Digital Transformation
- 08th March 2022
- Annual General Meeting
- 30th May 2022
- Vienna, Austria
Request to pay, digital currencies and the need to prioritise wisely - new video available
Thomas Egner, Secretary General of the Euro Banking Association, explains during Sibos 2021 why progress on request to pay will depend on more industry coordination and gives an overview of the Association’s work on digital currencies.
To watch the video, click here.
The Covid-19 Pandemic and the Liquidity Management Ecosystem: Where to go from here
The EBA Liquidity Management Working Group published their latest report. The short paper highlights the major trends in the liquidity management ecosystem that the pandemic helped crystallise and outlines the questions that financial institutions will have to address as they continue to support their corporate clients.
José Vicente appointed as Deputy Chairman of the Euro Banking Association
EBA Member Representatives also elected five other members to the Board of the pan-European payments association
José Vicente (Banco Comercial Português) was appointed as Deputy Chairman of the Euro Banking Association (EBA) by the EBA Member Representatives on 25 June 2021 for a three-year term of office. José Vicente succeeds Vincent Brennan of Bank of Ireland, whose term of office ended in June.
In addition, five other Board positions were up for election. The EBA Member Representatives re-appointed Han Joosten of Rabobank, Claudio Magnaghi of Banco BPM and Simon McConnell of Citibank Europe. Sharon Donnelly of Bank of Ireland and Rocío Jiménez Sánchez of CaixaBank were elected as new Board members. Rocío Jiménez Sánchez succeeds Fernando Lardiés of Banco Santander, who concluded his term in June.
On 3 May 2021, Andrea Meier of DZ BANK had also joined the EBA Board, succeeding Jürgen Wendt, also of DZ BANK.
For an overview of the EBA Board members, click here.
Request to pay: opportunities in e-invoicing and recurring payments - demand and supply side dialogue
In this online session, we presented the key findings around the potential use of request to pay in e-invoicing and recurring payments, as identified through a survey with corporates carried out by the EBA with the support of PPI. The presentation of the survey results was followed by a demand and supply side dialogue on how to fully take advantage of the new request to pay tool in this area.