The Age of Consent – The Case for Federated Bank ID
The Age of Consent | The Case for Federated Bank ID 15 Simon Black, CEO, PPRO firstname.lastname@example.org PPRO, the local payments specialist, enables local payment methods around the world through a single integration, allowing PSPs to expand their merchants’ e-commerce reach, arrange hassle-free collection and achieve higher conversion rates. Simon joined the PPRO Group as its CEO in March 2015, following a decade with Sage Group PLC, where he was the CEO of Sage Pay for seven years. He has extensive experience in consulting and business and an MBA from Georgetown University. Simon has provided expert commentary on live TV and radio, has been published widely in payments and e-commerce media and has spoken at events such as Money 20/20, Web Summit and Transact. Kenneth Tessem, BankID Sweden email@example.com Kenneth is a strategic account manager at BankID Sweden. He has worked within the information and IT security field for more than 30 years in different leading positions. Kenneth has primarily worked in the financial industry, but he has also experience in consulting in the IT-security area. For the last 18 years, Kenneth has been a part of the BankID core team and highly involved in the creation of the BankID infrastructure for electronic identification and signing in Sweden. Dr Michael Salmony, Executive Adviser BoD, equensWorldline SE firstname.lastname@example.org Michael Salmony is Executive Adviser to the Board at equensWorldline SE, Europe’s leader in financial processing and transactional services, which processes over 17 trillion Euro per year. He is an internationally recognised leader on business innovations in digital financial services. He is board-level advisor to major European banks, industry associations and European finance and regulatory bodies. His views are much in demand as keynote speaker at international events and he appears on TV/Radio/ all electronic media on advances in finance and is quoted extensively (e.g. Financial Times, Harvard Business Manager, New Scientist, The Economist and by business schools and governments from Ghana to Malaysia). He has published much own original work which has been translated into many languages including German, Italian, Dutch, Finnish, Polish, Danish, Russian, Chinese and Japanese. Previous positions include Director Business Development of leading national central bank (Bank of the Year, Best Innovator Award). Before entering the world of finance, he was IBM’s Director of Market Development Media and Communications Technologies.