VAM User Group Conference
An online forum on NOVEMBER 19, 2020 connecting transaction banks with treasury and cash management industry experts to explore the latest technology trends, discuss the expectations corporate customers have towards banks, as well as co-create new solution ideas for increased business value.
Registration for VAM User Group Conference DIGITAL 2020 is open! Link to the event platform will be available only for registered participants. This includes also access to the session recordings after the live event.
Thank you for the registration!
November 19, 13.00 - 18.00 CET, 7am - 12pm EST
lkka Korkiakoski, Head of Payments, TietoEVRY
Alexandra Helen Larsen, Head of CashManagement, TietoEVRY
Joost Bergen, Senior Consultant, Cash Dynamics BV
Joost Bergen and 3 bank representatives
Vanessa Manning, Independent Consultant, Accuryst Consulting
Vanessa Manning and 3 corporate representatives
Choose your break-out session before the event, when filling in the registration form!
- Treasury 4.0
- Cloud & Data
- VAM 2.2. Roadmap
Insights shared by session moderators.
Anneli Walltott, Deputy Group Treasurer, Head of Cash Flow Management, Sandvik Treasury AB
Jarkko Turunen, Head of Business Development & Product Management, TietoEVRY
Jane Strom-Pedersen, Senior Sales Manager, TietoEVRY
Terje Aas, Lead Offering Manager, TietoEVRY
Tommy Adriansson, Head of Product Liquidity, SEB
Alexandra Helen Larsen, Head of Cash Management, TietoEVRY
David Park, CTO, Payments, TietoEVRY
Some recent insights
How Luminor bank achieved payment processing independence and consolidation
TietoEVRY’s Payment Hub delivered as a Cloud solution enabled a fully independent and consolidated payment processing solution for Luminor bank.
Who benefits the most from Request-to-Pay?
Sami Uski explores the benefits of request-to-pay for consumers, businesses and banks.
The P27 journey is gearing up - what are the main considerations for your bank?
As more milestones are reached, we are close to seeing the launch of the new P27 payment initiative. What are the main considerations banks and financial institutions should be assessing now?