Taking place on June 16, the most recent Payments360 Conference saw distinguished speakers from around the world presenting vital information on ‘Next Generation Digital Payments – The Payments 4.X Era’ to packed audiences at the Divani Caravel Hotel in Athens.
Amongst the speakers was iSPIRAL Managing Director Christos Ttiniozou, who gave a well-received keynote presentation on ‘How technology can help you tackle your KYC and AML Challenges’. As the co-founder of leading regulatory technology software provider iSPIRAL, Mr Ttiniozou delivered invaluable insights into the new generation of digital payments, as well as the link between blockchain and payments, the importance of fraud detection, and securing digital identity in a fast-changing sector.
“As a whole, the Conference was vital in shedding light on the ever-changing payment landscape,” said Mr Ttiniozou. “We’re looking at an industry in which consolidation, sustainable growth, and the adoption of experience-driven business models for decentralised function, data efficiency, cost reduction and revenue capacity are increasingly necessary.”
The ability to deliver these functions while providing a seamless customer experience is iSPIRAL’s area of expertise. As the region’s leading regulatory technology software provider, and the creator of the award-winning RegTek+ platform, iSPIRAL’s state-of-the-art KYC & AML solutions are renowned for their tailored approach to payments, and the seamless experience they provide for both client and customer.
The Conference, which was sponsored by iSPIRAL, saw the team network with the elite of the Banking and Payments sector in Greece, including distinguished professionals from VISA, Mastercard, Bank of Greece, Hellenic Bank, Alpha Bank, Piraeus Bank and Attica Bank.
“Payments360 was an invaluable experience for all those who attended,” said Mr Ttiniozou. “iSPIRAL is honoured to have been included in such august company, and we very much look forward to participating in further events within Greece. In the current financial landscape, we believe that highlighting the importance of KYC and AML Challenges in the payments and blockchain industries has never been more crucial.”