FICES, A step towards the European Digital SIngle Market: registration for the event is open

fices event

On June 11th from 10:00 am to 01:00 pm we will meet in Milan at Palazzo Turati for the final workshop of FICES (First Italian Cross-border eIDAS Services), a project funded by EU Commission within the CEF program (Connecting Europe Facility), with many important guests.

During this event, all the companies involved in this initiative shall have the opportunity to share important steps achieved towards the complete interoperability of eID of EU citizens to further access to private providers’ services.

During the event shall be attended journalists, representatives of public institutions, (DGConnect, Banca d’Italia, Estonian Embassy ), business partners, top clients of those companies that gave its contribute on this experimentation: InfoCert, Opentech, BNL, Europ Assistance Italia S.p.A., and the mobile ticketing operator


Palazzo Turati (via Meravigli, 9/b, 20123 Milan) | 11th of June 2019 , from 10:00 to 13:00


10:00 am Registration & Welcome coffee

10:30 am Opening – Carmine Auletta | InfoCert

10:40 am European Strategy on Digital Identity – Carlos Gomez Munoz | DG Connect

11:00 am Round Table on Digital Identity in Financial Services

  • Ministero dell’Economia e delle Finanze | Dott. Augusto Santori
  • Banca D’Italia | Dott. Gino Giambelluca
  • AgID | TBD

11:40 am European Best Practice on Digital Identity

  • Digital Identity in Estonia-Celia Kuningas-Saagpakk | Ambassador of Estonia
  • Digital Identity in Luxembourg Thomas Kopp | LuxTrust

12:20 am FICES Project – A step towards the European Digital Single Market

  • Stefano Andreani | Opentech
  • Luca Boldrin | InfoCert

12:50 am Closing and Q&A

13:00 pm Light Lunch and Networking

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