Liliana Fratini Passi
Liliana Fratini Passi, CEO of CBI Over the past twenty years Liliana Fratini Passi has amassed vast experience in the financial sector, acquiring knowledge about the innovative aspects of new business models in the area of transaction banking, open banking, management and standardisation of e-payment services, financial-value chain, blockchain, big-data analytics. She has authored a series of articles offering insights into these topics which have been published on financial journals and dailies both on an Italian national and international level. Liliana Fratini Passi is an expert also on matters regarding the gender gap in the financial sector. She has been in charge of developing multiple innovation projects for the Italian financial industry including the development of the architecture of the CBI Service and the Access Point services for the Public Administration, launching the CBILL Service, which also enables pagoPA payments, the Mutuitel service, the CBI BIG DATA service, and the open banking platform CBI Globe, to interconnect Third Parties and account-servicing payment-service providers (otherwise known as ASPSPs) in order to comply with PSD2 requirements and develop value added services in the data sharing economy. She also holds various national and international appointments: she is currently the UN/CEFACT Vice Chair for the International Supply Chain (Pay) Programme Development Area (PDA); since 2013 she performs the role of UNECE – UN/CEFACT liaison rapporteur to ISO TC 68 (technical committee on financial services); she is also board member of ISO 20022 Registration Management Group (RMG); for UN/CEFACT, since 2015 to 2020 she held the position of Finance and Payment Domain coordinator within the International Supply Chain PDA; after being nominated in 2017 by the decree law of the Ministry of Economic Development, she performed the role of President of the Financial Services Working Group of the National Committee on Trade Facilitation for the 2018-2019 years period; in 2008, she took part in the European Commission E-Invocing Expert Group, helping to draw up the first final report on e-Invoicing.