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Mobile Payments

 

Transforming the Payments Marketplace

 

Mobile Payments is rapidly developing and is changing the payments industry as a whole. The evolution of NFC technology looks likely to revolutionise the payments industry. There have been frequent successful trials of this new technology, yet retailers’ uptake has been limited. Understanding how to commercialise this new technology is the next challenge for the Mobile Payments industry.

SMi’s inaugural Mobile Payments event will deliver an exciting programme, combining discussion on the technological developments with understanding the business dynamic of this form of payment. This is a must-attend event for banks and those in the payments industry.

 

The conference will address:

  • The Mobile Payments ecosystem- interaction between the key players in the market
  • Potential for growth within the industry, technological developments and emerging markets
  • The benefits of mobile payments, for banks, customers, and retailers
  • Understanding the differences between the bank-led and telco-led business models
  • Panel discussion on the global differences across the mobile payments market
  • Legislation of mobile payments and anti-fraud strategies
        

 

Directors, CEOs, Heads of Payment, Heads of Card payment, Heads of business development, POS directors,

 

           

From:

  • Banks
  • Financial institutions
  • Mobile network operators
  • Retail card suppliers
  • Payment service providers
  • Software vendors
  • Retailers
 
                                                     

 

Conference programme

8:30 Registration & Refreshments

9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Jay Chinnadorai

Jay Chinnadorai, Managing Director, Sumtotal.com Ltd

9:10 The mobile payments ecosystem

Loren Barton

Loren Barton, Global Innovation, Barclaycard

  • Interaction between banks, mobile operators, application providers, retailers, and customers
  • Business models
  • Key players in the market
  • Where do Mobile Payments fit into the Payments industry as a whole
  • 9:55 How banks and network operators work together to deliver contactless mobile payments

    Carl Chandler-Mullins

    Carl Chandler-Mullins, Head of Service Acceleration, Mobile Contactless, France Telecom

  • Steps Orange has taken to ensure the architecture to deliver services is open, interoperable and standardised and meets the demands of the financial sector
  • The SIM as the secure element
  • Orange's strategic vision
  • 10:40 Morning Refreshments

    11:15 Media & money - closing the transaction loop

    Claire Maslen

    Claire Maslen, Senior Market Development Manager, O2 Money, Telefonica UK

  • Driving Footfall through Mobile Media
  • Facilitating Multi-Channel Sales
  • My Mobile-My Remote Control
  • 12:00 Mobile payments regulation – the legislation, the regulatory approach and the issues we see

  • An outline of the legislation that applies to mobile payments
  • Who is responsible for what?
  • How will the FSA approach the regulation of this sector?
  • An outline of some issue to think about?
  • John Burns

    John Burns, Technical Specialist, Financial Services Authority

    Alison Donnelly

    Alison Donnelly, Associate, Financial Services Authority

    12:45 Networking Lunch

    14:00 Business models for mobile payments

    Bent Bentsen

    Bent Bentsen, Senior Advisor, Group Payments and Infrastructure, DnB NOR Bank

  • Understanding the different models
  • Difference between the telco-led and the bank-led models
  • Pros and cons of each model
  • Successful models and lessons which can be learnt from them
  • 14:45 Mobile payments: the state of play

    Francesco  Burelli

    Francesco Burelli, Partner, Value Partners

  • Mobile payments – what are we talking about?
  • State of the market – what is really happening?
  • Market challenges – what waits around the corner?
  • 15:30 Bringing together the mobile payments industry

    Sirpa Nordlund

    Sirpa Nordlund, Executive Director, Mobey Forum

  • A conculsion
  • Look to the future- mobile payments by 2014
  • A mobile wallet
  • The end of cash?
  • 16:15 Chairman’s Closing Remarks

    16:25 Afternoon Tea

    17:00 Close of Day One

    8:30 Registration & Refreshments

    9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

    Hugh Griffiths

    Hugh Griffiths, Director, Digital Potential

    9:10 Contactless mobile payments

    Daniel Angel

    Daniel Angel, Head of Payments, Everything Everywhere

  • NFC Technology
  • NFC in pole position in growth terms
  • Identifying the important players in the market
  • Infrastructure surrounding NFC- the co-operation between banks, network providers, and technology developers
  • NFC stickers- paving the way for technological development
  • 9:50 Direct to consumer mobile payment solutions

    Andy Ramsden

    Andy Ramsden, VP of Business Development, DeviceFidelity

  • A consumer-centric approach to mobile payments
  • Risks, rewards and who can participate in these solutions
  • Defining and differentiating "the wallet" while adding value
  • 10:30 Morning Refreshments

    11:00 NFC ticketing, payments and more

    Mikko Haikonen

    Mikko Haikonen, Senior Manager, CTO Office, Nokia Corporation

  • NFC experience
  • Shopping use case
  • Lessons from these projects
  • NFC innovation
  • 11:40 Ticketing and public transport

    Etisyai Ince

    Etisyai Ince, Business Analyst, Future Ticketing, Transport For London (Tfl)

  • Areas for development
  • Oystercard progress
  • Involvement in the expansion of Mobile Payments by the transport industry
  • How Mobile Payments will affect the travel industry
  • Trial of NFC-enabled posters at the Underground station 
  • 12:20 The SIM-based model works: the example of Cityzi in Nice

    Laurent Jullien

    Laurent Jullien, Director of Contactless Systems, Bouygues Telecom

  • Cityzi in Nice- Using USIM Card to enable the launch of interoperable services on a single Secure Element
  • The French Model: A strong Cooperation between Service Providers, Mobile Network Operators, and Technology Providers
  • Nice success paved the way for a national development of NFC in France, with one million cityzi handsets to be sold by the end of the year and eight more cities to launch NFC Service in the very short term  
  • 13:00 Networking Lunch

    14:00 Ongoing convergence of mobile payment and card payment industries in the Risk Areas

    Erwin Petsch

    Erwin Petsch, Senior Card Consultant, Marathon Card Consulting

  • SMS alerting offered by credit card issuers-types of SMS alerts, process flows and revenue streams
  • Geolocating credit card holders- a successful attribute for card fraud monitoring
  • Enrolment in secure payment over the internet- the usage of M-TANs and Mobile Phones alike
  • Money Transfer- the key to enter into payment card domains?
  • Prepaid cards and Mobile Phones- a kicking-off introductory combination?
  • 14:40 The mobile wave: the future of money

    Roy Vella

    Roy Vella, Mobile Payments Expert, Vella Ventures Ltd

  • Benefits for consumers
  • Advantages for banks
  • Importance for retailers
  • Inclusion of mobile networks
  • The importance of clarifying the advantages to increase the uptake of Mobile Payment technology
  • 15:20 Ensuring an open market

    Ruth Milligan

    Ruth Milligan, Legal Adviser on Payment Systems, EuroCommerce

  • SEPA
  • Value for retailers and the cost of investing in new technology
  • Who governs the Mobile Payments industry?
  • 16:00 Chairman’s Closing Remarks

    16:10 Afternoon Tea

    16:45 Close of Conference

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