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2012 is an exciting year for mobile payments, certainly in the UK. With so much talk on bringing mobile payments forward, the UK is a great example of what can happen. Mobile banking and payments is evolving at such a rapid pace, whether you are a service provider, merchant, phone device company or an operator, you are all competing to secure a place in the mobile payments market.

According to the latest report by Juniper, it has been estimated that 1 in 8 people will use mobile ticketing by 2015.

The rapid increase in smartphones; success of NFC technologies; merchants needs and customer acceptance, mobile payments and banking is the way forward.
 

SMi's two day conference has been carefully designed to answer these question. Brining you 18 successful case studies and interactive panel discussions, this is the only event that will give you answers and experiences you need to gain a better insight into the mobile payments market.

Key topics to be discussed:

Mobile payments ecosystem
Latest in NFC technologies
A perspective from the merchants
What the consumers actually want
Regulation and security
Loyalty in mobile banking
An insight into the global market
 

Learn about existing mobile and contactless deployments
Understand the essential characteristics of mobile and contactless payment.
Discover the latest developments and lessons learned
Gain an insight in innovative new products
High level of interaction with expert speakers
 

 

VPs, Directors, Heads, Team Leaders of:

  • Contactless cards
    Prepaid Cards
  • Mobile payments
  • New business
  • NFC
  • Strategic Development
  • Cards and Payments
  • Financial services
  • Business Development

 

 

American Express; Banco De Portugal; Bankalararasi Kart Merkezi; Barclaycard; Betsson group; Booz and Company; Bouygues Telecom; BSC Holdings AB; Carmunity Gmbh; CEYLON ELECTRICITY BOARD; Collinson Latitude; De Nederlandsche Bank; Detica; Deutsche Kredit Bank ; DeviceFidelity; Digital Potential; DIMOCO ; DNB Bank ASA; EDB ErgoGroup; EnterCard Denmark; EnterCard Norge; EuroCommerce; Everything Everywhere; Financial Services Authority; France Telecom; Giesecke & Devrient Ltd; IKANO Bank; MasterCard Worldwide; Mobey Forum; Monet+ A S; Nokia Corporation; Norges Bank; O2; Payments Cards and Mobile; Paymint AG; PBZ Card d.o.o.; Retail Banking Research Ltd; Sanford C. Bernstein & Co.; Sumtotal.com Ltd; Swedbank AB; TAG Systems Group; Tatra Bank; Terra Kort AS; Transport For London (Tfl); TxVia, Inc.; Value Partners; Vella Ventures Ltd; VISA Europe; Vocalink; Welcome Real-time;

Conference programme

8:30 Registration & Coffee

9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Hugh Griffiths

Hugh Griffiths, Director, Digital Potential

9:10 Understanding the mobile market

Adrian Kamellard

Adrian Kamellard, Chief Executive, Payments Council

  • The successful launch of Payments Council’s Mobile Payments Scheme and delivering real value to the market and to users of payments  by taking a collaborative approach
  • The future:  collaboration beyond one’s own industry to deliver the real prize – how to get the main mobile payment stakeholders (banks, schemes, mobile operators and equipment makers) working together after years of false starts by finding the win-win
  • Effective collaboration in the right areas can lead to more competitive, more universal services
  • 9:50 Monetizing Contactless Applications through NFC

    Sergio Cozzolino

    Sergio Cozzolino, Vice President , Telecom Italia Mobile

  • NFC Market Scenario: from early adoption to maturity
  • Gaps and trends for commercial Go to market
  • Telecom Italia NFC projects
  • The next hot issues for NFC successful deployment
  • 10:30 Morning Coffee

    10:50 Update on regulations: Finding the balance between regulators and technologies

    Robert  Courtneidge

    Robert Courtneidge, Global Head of Cards and Payments, Locke Lord

  • Examples of regulation and compliance affecting mobile technology
  • Where the consmers/merchants will benefit?
  • What the market is saying and what regulation will mean?
  • The future of mobile payments

     

  • 11:30 Mobile payments in the context of the omni channel vision

    Klaus Jansen-Knor

    Klaus Jansen-Knor, Member Business Workgroup, Mobey Forum

  • Evolution of channels
  • Issues in current engagement models
  • Challenges and opportunities
  • Mobile Framework Approach
  • 12:10 Networking Lunch

    13:25 Afternoon Chairman's Opening Remarks

    Chris Dadd

    Chris Dadd, Founding Director, Design and Digital Development

    13:30 Why and how is mobile banking used?

    Mark Gerzso

    Mark Gerzso, CEO, Bankfutura

  • What are the functions they heavily use
  • What are the factors which hindern the usage
  • Security questions and issues
  • Case study: lessons learned and user feedbacks (most probably about the mobile banking project of Bank of Valletta)
  • 14:10 Driving consumer adoption

    Roy Gunter

    Roy Gunter, Partner, Mobility Ventures

    • Mobile Changes Everything… Why Mobile will be more disruptive than the web
    • Mobile is democratising innovation… the perfect storm of mobile and these key trends will make the old adage innovate or die even more poignant…
    • What lessons are still valid from the world's first mobile payment solution?
    • Separating hype from market needs – Harnessing mobile and mobile payment to drive innovations that consumers want.
    • Mobile Payment who will be the winners and losers
     

    14:50 Afternoon Tea

    15:10 NFC mobile in the UK

  • The collaborative model – industries working together
  • How the issues are being addressed
  • The impact on rollout
  • What next?
  • Paul Rodford

    Paul Rodford, Head of Card Payments , The UK Cards Association

    15:50 MNOs and the need to think and go beyond mobile payments

    Olaf Acker

    Olaf Acker, Partner/Vice President, Booz & Company

  • Why the stand-alone m-payment business case doesn’t fly
  • Holistic approaches to NFC and remote payment services
  • Frictions and opportunities from in-country collaboration
  • How to make it work for all stakeholders
  • 16:30 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One

    8:30 Registration & Coffee

    9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

    Nouman  Hashmi

    Nouman Hashmi, CEO, Oxygen8 Group

    9:10 The European payments landscape – a view from the FSA

    John Burns

    John Burns, Technical Specialist, Financial Services Authority

  • The directive reviews
  • Security of Retail Payments - ECB Forum reports
  • How can legislation and regulation keep up with technological advance
  • 9:50 Innovation in retail payments: challenges posed to regulator

    Rui Pimentel

    Rui Pimentel , Head of the Payment Systems Analysis and Development Unit , Banco De Portugal

  • The m-payments landscape from a central bank's perspective
  • Policy stance in the approach to market players
  • Security issues arising from contactless and mobile payments
  • 10:30 Morning Coffee

    10:50 Mobile Banking - where are we today?

    Dag Inge Flatraaker

    Dag Inge Flatraaker, General Manager DNB Bank, European Payments Council

  • Status
  • Business rationale
  • Who are setting the scene?
  • EPC requirement
  • 11:30 Traditional mobile banking

    James Greenwood

    James Greenwood, Chief Information Officer-Architecture, Barclays Bank

    12:10 Networking Lunch

    13:30 Mobile banking: Dutch perspective

    Wieske Ebben

    Wieske Ebben, Payment Systems Policy Advisor, De Nederlandsche Bank

  • Developments in the Netherlands, in the European perspective
  • Central bank objectives: efficiency and security
  • Future expectations
  • 14:10 The e-money regime in Europe

    Mike Conradi

    Mike Conradi, Partner, DLA Piper

  • The Electronic Money Directive and the Payment Services Directive
  • The 2012 green paper
  • Critique
  • 14:50 Panel discussion: overview of conference

  • Delegates to hand in questions before session
  • Interactive session with Q & A from the day
  • John Burns

    John Burns, Technical Specialist, Financial Services Authority

    Rui Pimentel

    Rui Pimentel , Head of the Payment Systems Analysis and Development Unit , Banco De Portugal

    Mike Conradi

    Mike Conradi, Partner, DLA Piper

    15:30 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two

    15:40 Afternoon Tea

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    FEATURED SPEAKERS

    Adrian Kamellard

    Adrian Kamellard

    Chief Executive, Payments Council
    Hugh Griffiths

    Hugh Griffiths

    Director, Digital Potential
    James Greenwood

    James Greenwood

    Chief Information Officer-Architecture, Barclays Bank
    John Burns

    John Burns

    Technical Specialist, Financial Services Authority
    Klaus Jansen-Knor

    Klaus Jansen-Knor

    Member Business Workgroup, Mobey Forum
    Nouman  Hashmi

    Nouman Hashmi

    CEO, Oxygen8 Group
    Olaf Acker

    Olaf Acker

    Partner/Vice President, Booz & Company
    Paul Rodford

    Paul Rodford

    Head of Card Payments , The UK Cards Association
    Roy Gunter

    Roy Gunter

    Partner, Mobility Ventures
    Sergio Cozzolino

    Sergio Cozzolino

    Vice President , Telecom Italia Mobile
    Wieske Ebben

    Wieske Ebben

    Payment Systems Policy Advisor, De Nederlandsche Bank

    Adrian Kamellard

    Chief Executive, Payments Council
    Adrian Kamellard

    Chris Dadd

    Founding Director, Design and Digital Development
    Chris Dadd

    Dag Inge Flatraaker

    General Manager DNB Bank, European Payments Council
    Dag Inge Flatraaker

    Hugh Griffiths

    Director, Digital Potential
    Hugh Griffiths

    Ilgaz Kaya

    Director, Debit/Prepaid and Mobile Payments , Garanti Bank
    Ilgaz Kaya

    James Greenwood

    Chief Information Officer-Architecture, Barclays Bank
    James Greenwood

    John Burns

    Technical Specialist, Financial Services Authority
    John Burns

    Klaus Jansen-Knor

    Member Business Workgroup, Mobey Forum
    Klaus Jansen-Knor

    Mark Gerzso

    CEO, Bankfutura
    Mark Gerzso

    Mike Conradi

    Partner, DLA Piper
    Mike Conradi

    Nouman Hashmi

    CEO, Oxygen8 Group
    Nouman  Hashmi

    Olaf Acker

    Partner/Vice President, Booz & Company
    Olaf Acker

    Paul Rodford

    Head of Card Payments , The UK Cards Association
    Paul Rodford

    Robert Courtneidge

    Global Head of Cards and Payments, Locke Lord
    Robert  Courtneidge

    Roy Gunter

    Partner, Mobility Ventures
    Roy Gunter

    Rui Pimentel

    Head of the Payment Systems Analysis and Development Unit , Banco De Portugal
    Rui Pimentel

    Sergio Cozzolino

    Vice President , Telecom Italia Mobile
    Sergio Cozzolino

    Wieske Ebben

    Payment Systems Policy Advisor, De Nederlandsche Bank
    Wieske Ebben

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    The Copthorne Tara Hotel boasts 745 square meters of flexible meeting space, consisting of the Shannon Suite and the Liffey Suite, ideal for hosting conferences, weddings and social events. Facilities include access to the business centre 24 hours a day, fully equipped fitness room, gift shop, theatre desk and Bureau de Change. With ample onsite parking outside the London congestion charge zone and excellent transport links via Heathrow Airport, the hotel is the perfect location for business or leisure stays. The hotel is within close proximity to the shops of High Street Kensington, Knightsbridge and Westfield London, Olympia Conference Centre, Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Palace and Hyde Park.

     

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