Delivering a Connected Debit Payments Journey
Capitalising on the potential of data analytics in debit payments to compete in an increasingly crowded market
Do you want to unlock the secret to competing in today’s disrupted payments landscape?
Discover the power of data analytics and how it’s about to totally transform the payments experience. This live broadcast will let you walk away with the know-how to keep that competitive edge and take a step closer to achieving better, faster connected payments journeys.
Anne is currently rethinking banking as Bank Development Manager for Lunar Way, a Danish-based start-up bank with more than 100.000 customers across Denmark, Sweden and Norway. Part of building a new Nordic bank from scratch, her main focus is on improving the user experience of core banking solutions such as accounts, domestic and cross-border payments.
Anne is a self-proclaimed payments nerd and was one of the driving forces behind the kick-off the Nordic Payments infrastructure project P27. She managed the project from its inception and was part of bringing together the seven biggest banks in the Nordics.
Prior to joiningLunar Way, Anne worked at Danske Bank where she as Global Head of Payments Development was responsible for managing a team that spearheaded the bank’s development efforts within payments, delivering major projects such as piloting the SWIFT GPI, bringing SEPA Instant to customers and ensuring PSD2 compliance.
Anne holds a Master’s degree from Aarhus University and has previously held positions at both Royal Bank of Canada and Nordea.
I have worked within financial services for 8 years having originally studied at University with the hope of being a glaciologist. Since joining Barclays, I have managed a range of commercial based programmes or projects that have been customer-led – from redesigning regulatory notifications, to developing a free credit score service within the App – to then building card based engagement and proposition developments (i.e. low cost travel offerings). Throughout that time, the industry has been in a constant state of flux, and the pace of change and customer expectations offer a real opportunity to re-think how banks can help customers. This is what gets me out of bed and makes my decision to not be in Norway a comfortable one!
Eduardo Martinez Barrios is the Product Head of Open Banking at Santander, where he has also served as the group's Global Head of Application Portfolio Management and Data Quality/Management, and lead several digital programmes through multiple geographies.
He has over fifteen years of experience working for large and complex enterprises including Santander, ABB, ExxonMobil and IBM. His international career includes positions in the Americas, Europe and Asia. His career has focussed on digital transformation, process management and implementation, data analytics and change management.
Eduardo is now responsible for leading the efforts of Open Banking by Santander, one of the first banks to open up their APIs as part of the UK's regulatory programme to promote competition within the financial services industry, to bring open banking to the marketplace.
Rene Kruse is senior vice president and managing director TSYS International markets, and has responsibility for TSYS European and LATAM processing businesses and our global PRIME licensing business.
Kruse joined TSYS in 2008, initially as a consultant and becoming senior director of Enterprise Change in 2012. During this period, Kruse was responsible for major transformation, organisational and operational changes within the organisation, as well as the implementation and execution of PRIME delivery and support for TSYS International’s launch into the Brazilian market.
In 2015 he took leadership of TSYS global Prime Technology & Operations functions successfully transforming and preparing the technical, operational and delivery teams in support of TSYS growth and expansion plans.
Kruse was appointed to managing director Prime Business Solution in 2016 responsible for the end-to-end performance of all Prime business lines.
In February 2018, Kruse took over as managing director TSYS International markets assuming responsibility for all of TSYS international businesses.
Kruse has 25 years of experience in the payments industry, and was formerly with Barclaycard International for 14 years in various roles, most recently as head of Information Technology and holds a degree in business information systems.
Lindley Gooden is a journalist and filmmaker who has worked at the very top levels of British broadcasting and news since the early 1990s.
He has worked in national radio and television as:
- A Senior BBC Journalist
- A presenter on channels as diverse as BBC One, Radio 1, BBC Three and Five and a range of other national and regional radio stations.
- The Consumer Affairs Correspondent on Sky News and Five
Prior to his years in the national media, he was known as the most successful Head of News in local commercial radio – launching new services and dramatically raising audience share and reach, using tools that have since been adopted by radio groups across the UK.
Lindley now works with companies, charities, government and other organisations creating and delivering their own media needs.