The Future of Retail Financial Services: Which policy mix for a balanced digital transformation 3rd meeting

 

In recent years, digitalisation of the economy has accelerated at a steady pace, and retail financial services for households are no exception to this phenomenon. Digital transformation in retail financial services results from the combination of a completely new approach towards data with a new model of interaction between providers and consumers. Such massive transformation brings numerous opportunities for the financial sector, but also raises a multiplicity of complex regulatory questions.

Further to the meeting held at CEPS on 08 November for the Task Force on "The future of retail financial services: Which policy mix for a balanced digital transformation", we are happy to confirm that the next meeting will take place on 08 December at CEPS, between 13:00 and 17:30.

As shown in the action plan, the purpose of this meeting will be to cover the "advertisement and information disclosure in a digital era" and "best regulatory approach to enhance digital interoperability both within and across countries". 

Registration & lunch from 13:00 - Meeting from 13:30 to 17:30

8
December 2016
Thursday
13:00-17:30

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Speakers

Andrea Servida
Head of Unit "eGovernment and Trust", DG CONNECT
European Commission
Michael Stephan
Chief Operating Officer and Founder
Raisin
Christoph Busch
Professor, European Legal Studies Institute
University of Osnabrück

The Future of Retail Financial Services: Which policy mix for a balanced digital transformation 3rd meeting

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8
December 2016
Thursday
13:00-17:30
Registration is free of charge for ECRI Corporate or Associate members, EU/national officials, full-time academics, students (subject to seats availability), NGOs (not representing industry sectors or a commercial interest) and press. CEPS/ECMI members are welcomed at the reduced fee of €2500. Please contact maarja.kuusik@ceps.eu before registering.

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CEPS Conference room

Place du Congrès 1 - 1000 Brussels