The Impact of GDPR on Financial Institutions

GDPR is complex, companies that collect personal data must first and foremost obtain provable consent from the individual, based on a valid purpose which the data will be used for.

Non-compliance is not an option. Beyond the reputational damage, the penalties are severe: proposed fines are up to 4 percent of annual global turnover or €20 million, whichever is greater.

Discover how you can not only ensure compliance but turn GDPR into an opportunity to increase trust between you and your customers.

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GDPR: What does it mean for you?

Bankers from Citi and HSBC and technology experts from FIS and Trunomi debate the impact of GDPR and how banks can use it to reboot the customer relationship.

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GDPR: What does it mean for you?

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Implications of Europe’s GDPR & PSD2 on the United States

Discover why GDPR and its fellow European regulation PSD2 are set to drive a rethink of compliance processes - and ultimately innovation.