Sunday, 29 January 2017

A funny thing happened to the way to the Forum

Wow. Consult Hyperion’s 20th annual Forum, Tomorrow’s Transactions 2017, will be held at the America Square conference centre in London on 26th/27th April. The Forum, thanks to the wonderful support from our friends at Vocalink, PaySafeGroup, WorldPay and Olswang, will once again provide a unique environment for learning, investigation, discussion and debate about the future of electronic transactions. The future of people, businesses and government in the post-industrial online and interconnected economy.

This year’s invited keynote will be given by Professor Lisa Servon, one of the world’s leading authorities on financial and social inclusion. All delegates will receive a copy of Lisa's new book “The Unbanking of America: How the New Middle Class Survives”.

Other speakers and panelists include Gilad Rosner (IoT Privacy Forum), Nick Telford-Reed (WorldPay), , Amy Parsons (Discover), Sandra Alzetta (Visa), Terry Cordeiro (Lloyds Bank), Jane Zavalishina (Yandex Data Factory), Tim Jones (Mondex co-founder), Will Judge (MasterCard), Katie Evans (Money and Mental Health), Vasily Suvorov (Luxoft), David Rennie (gov.verify), Emma Lindley (Innovate Identity), Andy Tobin (Evernym), Ben Whittaker (Masabi) and other people who are shaping the future of retail electronic transactions right now will be discussing PSD2, shared ledgers, AI, real-time payments, the Internet of Things, financial inclusion, open-loop migration and everything else shaping strategy across a variety of industries.

In addition to a fireside chat about instant payments with David Yates (CEO, VocaLink) and Ron Kalifa (Vice Chairman, WorldPay), there will be an introductory keynote by Dave Birch (our Director of Innovation), the judging of the annual Future of Money Design Award for artists and at the end of the first day a 20th anniversary drinks and networking reception.

You’d be mad to miss it.

As always, the Forum is limited to 100 people so run, don’t walk, to our web site and buy a place right now. I look forward to seeing you all there.

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