868. Focus: Why we should be excited by PSD3

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868. Focus: Why we should be excited by PSD3

In season two of Fintech Insider Focus, in collaboration with Visa, our expert hosts. continue to shine a light on fintech in different parts of the world. In this episode we are continuing our deep dive into the European payments ecosystem by looking at the opportunity space created by the new PSD3 regulations.

11:FS host David Barton-Grimley, alongside Eddie Onaga, Vice President, Head of Digital Partnerships - Europe at Visa is digging into this alongside a panel of expert guests.

We want to look at the opportunities and challenges PSD3 might bring to the European market, with particular focus on France. Who stands to benefit the most and how does this all build on the foundation PSD2 created?

This week's guests are:

  1. Katja Lehr, Managing Director, EMEA Payments and Commerce Solutions, JPMorgan Chase
  2. Adam Baldwin, Head of Digital Advisory, BNP Paribas


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