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You cannot afford to miss the largest and most important gathering on IoT in banking and payments in the FinTech capital of the world.

Digital disruption, digital transformation, digital innovation are everyday headlines in the financial news. Following billions of pounds of investment to meet regulatory requirements following the financial crash in 2008, the financial industry is turning its attention to retaining retail and business customers through the use of digital innovation.

Like the music and publishing sectors before it, the financial industry is currently in a period of transformation driven by the Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Data Analytics. Attended by global banks, the challengers, retailers, smart car manufacturers and payment systems, this is the only conference to show how IoT is changing the banking and payment landscape.

“From my perspective:

Banks, retailers, phones, watches even cars are our future potential payments systems, and how they integrate seamlessly with the banking system is crucial.

IoT can improve productivity and reduce human error, but more importantly can create a frictionless customer experience to fend off the likes of Amazon who are looking to be the next challenger bank. Payments is seen by many in the financial industry as a way to monetise the IoT, and some early pilots have shown this to be effective. However these case studies are still far from widespread, due to concerns over security, internal buy-in, ROI and consumer reaction.

The idea behind the Internet of Banking and Payments is to provide a platform for the entire ecosystem to discuss the evolution of IoT payment solutions and products. It will examine some of the ‘cool’ and innovative solutions that are making the life of the customer easier while simultaneously considering the issues that are preventing widespread implementation of IoT and how to overcome them. “

Jacob Peters
Senior Conference Producer

World-Class Speakers

Over 40 international expert speakers focusing on wearables, biometrics, data analytics and management, ID verification, customer trust, security and how IoT can change the user experience.

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Learn from our partners

Not only can you address the practical issues around IoT, AI and Data Science implementation in the thought leadership sessions but you also have the opportunity to talk technical with some of the leading providers in this fast moving market – the people at the cutting edge of IoT implementation.  We provide a 1 to 1 meetings service as part of your participation providing the opportunity to discuss your own particular issues in detail with market experts.

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Agenda Snapshot

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Focus Day: Tuesday 21st November 2017
PANEL DISCUSSION: How can automation improve operational efficiency, retain customers and attract new business?
  • Make innovation possible: Centralise your platforms and update your legacy systems. Increase customer engagement and erase human error through robotics.
  • Let’s get rid of the hassle: Using IoT for ID verification and onboarding. Know more about your customer by deploying IoT in your branch.
  • The heart of Open Banking: Taking full advantage of PSD2 with effective data governance.
  • Selfies may be cool, but are biometrics are the future?
  • Are Amazon, Apple and Facebook now the greatest threat to incumbent banks?
Conference Day One: Wednesday 22nd November 2017
  • OPENING KEYNOTE: A world where every device is a payment device
  • PANEL DISCUSSION: PSD2: An amazing opportunity, but for who? Gaining Customer trust to enable a world of IoT payments
  • DUAL CASE STUDY: Utilising blockchain FX and Retail Banking for secure transactions. Don’t be next! Create a robust defence against IoT payment cyber crime. It’s not my fault! Attributing liability for payment disputes and errors to mitigate risk
  • CASE STUDY: TheHellenic Bank PayBand. What does good design and user experience look like for IoT payments? Understanding the GDPR, getting consent and informing your customers of data usage. Being KYC compliant in an era of digital transformation
  • WORKSHOP: How to achieve excellence in regulatory compliance and avoid reputational damage
  • KEYNOTE START-UP SHOWCASE: Your chance to identify the next big thing
  • CLOSING KEYNOTE: Making the most of the API opportunity
Conference Day Two: Thursday 23rd November 2017
  • OPENING KEYNOTE: Leveraging predictive analytics for effective customer insight. Pinpointing the advantages of mobilising the cloud for data storage. Who’s Paying? Ensuring identity of parties and the role of tokenisation
  • PANEL DISCUSSION: How can consumers stay in control of payments via multiple devices?
  • ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION: Exploring what consumers truly want from their IoT payment solution
  • Capitalising on innovative business models: Subscription services and beyond
  • IoT paid for my parking: A marketing gimmick or the future of seamless transactions?
  • IoT for IoT’s sake? A paying pizza box- a step to far?
  • CLOSING KEYNOTE: Is the future for bricks and mortar the Amazon Go model?
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Why you have to attend

As the only 100% IoT in payments and banking conference in the world, these three days full of content will show how to exploit disruptive technology for the next generation of banking and payments systems. In addition a dedicated focus day, the ‘Internet of Banking’ will allow global, local and challenger banks to discuss their approaches to the implementation of IoT during this age of digital transformation.

These could be the most valuable three days in your calendar as you learn proven lessons from early adopter IoT case studies to help sharpen your business case, participate in interactive workshops and roundtables tackling the core industry challenges and opportunities and mix with start-ups and challenger banks to gain ideas that could give you a competitive edge. In addition our tailored one-to-one meetings with technical experts help you forge new partnerships to empower your IoT project.

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Internet of Banking and Payments will provide partners a unique opportunity to find new prospects, meet existing clients, shorten sales cycles and offer a cost-efficient way to do business with the right decision makers in one place over two days.

Trusted Advisors

Over 40 international expert speakers focusing on wearables, biometrics, data analytics and management, ID verification, customer trust, security and how IoT can change the user experience.

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Martin Hargreaves
Head of Product Strategy
Laurence Stock
Head of Merchants and Value Added Services
John Bertrand
Industry Value Engineer
George Zirkel
SVP & Head of Global Payments Strategy
Christophe Zehnacker
Head of Strategic Digital Partnerships
Jonathan Vaux
Executive Director, Engagement - Innovation Centre

Who should attend?

This event is a must attend for Technical Decision Makers and Business Decision Makers from Banks, FinTech Disruptors, Challenger Banks, Payment Providers, Retailers, Smart Home Companies, Automotive OEMs, Wearable Companies, Digital Innovators, Intelligent Vending Machine, Ridesharing companies, connected car manufacturers, etc.

The conference will be appropriate for:

  • Chief Information Officers

  • Chief Digital Officers

  • Chief Technology Officers

  • Chief Innovation Officers

  • VPs

  • Directors

Heads and Product Owners of:

  • Payments

  • Digital Strategy

  • Innovation

  • Data Science

  • Business Development

Heads of:

  • Connectivity

  • IT

  • Data & Analytics

  • Maintenance

  • Assets

  • Product Owners

You may be eligible to attend this conference on a complimentary ticket, if you have or are looking to start an active project and you fulfil our qualification criteria. Please click the Attend button for further information.


Previous attendees include:

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Adaptive Lab
BNP Paribas
Banco Santander
Bank of Ireland
Business France
Civilised Bank
Deutsche Bank
Fidor Bank
Hellenic Bank
ING Group
Lloyds Bank
Metro Bank
OP Financial
Societe Generale


We understand that the key reasons to attend a conference are to network, learn from our peers and make useful contacts.

We have a range of options managed through our concierge services to maximise the effectiveness of your attendance and to ensure you meet the people you want to meet:


Staged in Canary Wharf, London at the heart of Europe’s leading financial hub and the FinTech capital of the world, Internet of Banking and Payments is on the doorstep of the entire ecosystem, bringing together all the stakeholders in this fast moving sector.

The Hilton London Canary Wharf is adjacent to Canary Wharf tube station on the Jubilee Line and the DLR for easy access. Inside the hotel you’ll find stylish rooms and suites, fantastic dining and first-class business and recreation facilities — everything you need for a productive stay in London.

A block of rooms has been reserved for Internet of Banking and Payments event at Hilton Canary Wharf. This special room rate will be available until 20.10.17 or until the group block is sold-out, whichever comes first. To book your stay, simply click on "Book Now" below and complete your
reservation at the special rate (while available).

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Our Advocates

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"I enjoyed the event and obtained some valuable insights from listening to challenger and FinTech start-ups in the financial industry."
Deputy Head of Group Customer Data Strategy, HSBC
"Nice event, very good for peer to peer networking."
Head of Innovation Development, UniCredit
"Excellent networking opportunity and inspiration in a topic not obviously simple, still delivered value and insights."
Vice President, Barclays
"Good mix of presenters and good topics."
Director Financial Markets Digital, Lloyds Banking Group
"Well done for staging an excellent event."
Head of FinTech and Digital Partnerships, Capco
"You are one of the few events that we sponsor, and that is simply because we get a measurable return."
Chief Executive and Co-Founder, Concirrus

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Supporting Media

Financial IT
Payments & Cards Network
Brave New Coin
Director of Finance
Global Banking & Finance Review
FinTech Finance
Finance Monthly
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