Swiss Banking Services Forum (SBSF)

The «Swiss Banking Services Forum» is organized by SIX Group and will take place on May 22. There will also be a panel discussion on Cyber Security and Compass will highlight the threats posed by hackers.

The Swiss Banking Services Forum has been offering first-hand information for more than ten years. It is one of the most important platforms for the exchange of knowledge about the financial markets. Originally focused purely on payment transactions, today the SBSF also includes topics such as Billing & Payments, Cash, Cards and Connectivity.

This year's programm points:

  • Digitalization and globalization
  • Billing of the future
  • The Swiss standard for open banking
  • New debit card solutions
  • etc.


The talk by Compass co-founder Ivan Bütler will also be exciting. He gives insight into the everyday work of a hacker and illustrates the dangers of hacker attacks. Together with other IT security experts, he will show in panel discussions why cyber security is everbody's business.


Target audience: The event is aimed exclusively at representatives of financial institutions. The number of participants is limited.


Date: Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Venue: SIX ConventionPoint, Zurich


Please inform here about the program details and the registration conditions: Swiss Banking Service Forum



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