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EBAday 2017 Conference

We were delighted to sponsor and speak at the EBAday 2017, which took place on 20-21 June 2017 at the Convention Centre in Dublin, Ireland.

When: 20-21 June 2017
Where: Convention Centre Dublin, Ireland

EBAday is the result of a strategic collaboration between Finextra Research and the Euro Banking Association (EBA). Now in its twelfth year, this two-day conference hosted an audience of over 1,400 senior payments and transaction banking professionals from leading banks and financial institutions.

This year’s theme was “The Age of Discovery – Towards Full Payments Digitalisation”, with topics including real-time payments, blockchain, PSD2, payments innovation, open banking, fraud, digital transformation and intraday liquidity management. View the full agenda at https://www.ebaday.com/agenda.aspx

Virtual Accounts and Cash Pooling

As the market-leading provider of Virtual Account Management (VAM) solutions, our Product Manager, Tim Martin, spoke at a focus trending session on “Virtual Accounts and Cash Pooling”. This session asked if the use of virtual accounts for corporates can facilitate greater control over payments, improve how data is brought together, utilised and reconciled and thereby achieve greater levels of in-house centralisation. Download the presentation slides from this session using the link below.

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