Tomorrow’s Transactions Forum Agenda 2016

The Tomorrow’s Transactions Forum is now in it nineteenth year, once again promises the combination of discussion and debate, learning and fun, that has earned it the reputation as the place to be for people interested in the future of retail electronic payments. It continues to be a unique event, where interaction and invention replace product announcements and “death by power” sales pitches. This year we will be looking at the leading edge in Social Change, Financial Inclusion and Cryptocurrencies amongst other topics.
 
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Day one, Wednesday 20th April

09:30am – Payments Keynote – Irene Stylianou, Vocalink
 
10:00am – Identity Keynote – Steve Pannifer, Consult Hyperion
 
10:30am – Barclays Identity Service, the journey so far – Sarah Munro, Barclays
 
13:30pm – Blockchain for Payments – Modern Alchemy? – Michael Salmony, Equens
 
14:00pm – Intel & Blockchain – Kelly Olson, Intel – Temporarily withheld
 
14:30pm – R3 Technology Update: Introduction to Corda – Richard Gendal Brown, R3
 
15:00pm –Distributed Ledgers – Opportunities and Limitations – Danny Aranda, Ripple
 
17:00pm – The security of the IoT is chequered, and now that micro payments are being added to the mix what does the future hold? – Ken Munro, Pen Test Partners LLP

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Day Two, Thursday 21st April

09:30am –Charitable Giving in a Cashless World – Alison Hutchinson, Pennies
 
10:30am – Digital cash: Why the Bank of England should start issuing electronic money, and how. – Ben Dyson, Positive Money
 
13:30pm – The future of money is not a better bank – Shachar Bialick, Curve

Tomorrow’s Transactions Forum

The Tomorrow’s Transactions Forum is now in its nineteenth year and once again promises the combination of discussion and debate, learning and fun, that has earned it the reputation as the place to be for people interested in the future of retail electronic payments.

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