London, United Kingdom, March 2019
Your goal is to help your clients operate efficiently, optimize working capital, and gain access to better data. While this might be simply put, it’s not always easy. Doing so among shifting regulatory and technological developments is a tough assignment. That’s why Commercial Payments International provides you with a forum to meet and learn with your peers, to discuss everything from virtual cards to corporate needs to PSD2. CPI has assembled an expert panel to share data and analysis on the commercial payments landscape, and innovators have been invited to demonstrate use cases for the latest technologies in B2B payments, all with the goal of learning how you can meet client needs and grow your business.
- The only event dedicated solely to the commercial cards and payments industry in Europe - every session is relevant to you
- Connect with 165+ senior level professionals from the key players in Europe. All working in commercial payments.
- Content-rich program - get up to date on the latest regulatory changes plus industry developments and trends
What's on the 2018 agenda?
Payment Services Directive II (PSD II) has arrived.
Hear directly from banks, fintechs and regulatory experts on the strategic business decisions necessary to operate in this new regulatory environment, and how this wide-ranging directive applies to commercial cards and payments
NEW - Round-robin roundtable discussions
Sit down with colleagues for peer learning and networking during topic driven roundtable discussions. Topics include such varied subjects as working capital management to corporate traveler
Back by popular demand – FinTech Showcase
Hear from five fast-moving fintechs demonstrating new modes of operating, new technologies and how they’re shaping the future of commercial payments
Explore how to best develop products and services for the middle market
Learn how this underserved market can provide you with a potential growth opportunities
Voice of the corporate
Understand how corporate needs drive your value proposition. What are their priorities, and how will that impact yours?
Virtual cards beyond travel
While travel continues to be one of the strongest and most developed applications of virtual cards, get further perspectives on its other applications and how can it be used to its full potential
Even as uncertainty remains, hear about data points and key factors to consider to help gauge its business impact