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Following the eminent success of our 2008 Contactless Cards and Payments Conference, we are proud to bring you the 2009 event with new insights into the developing UK card market.  Case studies from retailers and banks will complement the presentations which highlight the potential risks posed by new card technology, and the difficulties in regualtory aspects of the card markets. 

The standardisation and interoperability concepts will be discussed alongside an in-depth look at the risk analysis questions being raised with the developments of new payment technology.  Mobile payments will feature on this agenda as leading technologies in advanced payment systems.

This unmissable conference will update your knowledge of the UK card markets and allow you vital networking opportunities with senior level decision makers involved in the payments industry.

 

You should attend this event to:

  • HEAR from leading experts on the newest developments in mobile technology
  • DISCUSS the issues surrounding regulation of NFC, RFID and m-payments
  • LEARN about how new payment systems will affect your business
  • DISCOVER how security issues are going to be approached in the coming years
  • NETWORK with senior level key decision makers involved in the card payments industry
  • ADVANCE your professional learning with this CPD accredited course
  • Director of transport
  • Commercial Directors of Banks
  • Financial Directors from Banks
  • Chief Executives from financial associations
  • Senior Policy Analysts from regulatory bodies
  • Chief Executives from card technology manufacturers
  • Retail Directors
  • Legal practioners specialising in fraud
  • Project managers from public sector transport projects
  • Head of cards
  • New Business Development director
  • Directors of Finance
  • Vice Presidents

Conference programme

8:30 Registration & Coffee

9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Richard Poynder

Richard Poynder, Chairman, Smartex Ltd

9:10 Developments in Contactless Cards

  • 2008/2009 early analysis
  • The biggest rise in contactless usage
  • Technological advances
  • The consumer perspective
  • Advancing to the next stage - rolling out national schemes

     

     

     

  • Paul Rodford

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

    9:50 Roadmap for the Single Euro Payments Area

     

     

     

     

  • Expectations of regulators
  • Progress on card payments
  • Progress on m-payments

     

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    Gerard Hartsink

    Gerard Hartsink, , A B N Amro Bank Nv

    10:30 Moving Contactless Forward

    Randy Vanderhoof

    Randy Vanderhoof, Executive Director, Smart Card Alliance

  • Taking contactless from the early adoption stage to maturity
  • The problems to solve along the way
  • The chicken and egg syndrome of NFC - which will come first?
  • Routes to encourage the uptake of contactless - is transit the way forward?
  • 11:10 Morning Coffee

    11:30 Contactless Appeal to Customers

    Francois Patrice

    Francois Patrice, Marketing Director Banking , NXP Semiconductors

    12:10 Convergence in Contactless Payment with Transit, Retailing, Access-Control and Identification

    Bertrand Moussel

    Bertrand Moussel, EVP of Sales for EMEA and LATAM, Inside Contactless

  • Majority of contactless projects are driven by marketing initiatives, in partnership
  • In Europe, the launched projects are all co-branded and, in many cases, they are multi-applicative
  • Convergence with transit is the first choice for leveraging existing contactless infrastructure
  • Retailing is a source of synergies within the different activities of some transnational groups
  • Access-control and IS)15 is also a natural bridge for events, parks, stadiums and other close areas where deployment of readers is facilitated
  • Identification has made some inroads in social distribution and emerging countries
  • 12:50 Networking Lunch

    13:50 Mobile Applications: the Possibilities

    Kevin Gillick

    Kevin Gillick, Executive Director, GlobalPlatform

     

     

     

  • Update on GlobalPlatform's latest technical development - Amendment C to Card Specification v2.2
  • An insight into how the technology can ensure applications are securely managed
  • How technical information can be used by: a mobile developer, a contactless service provider and EMVCo to facilitate the service selection by a POS reader
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  • 14:30 Rolling Out Technology Through Transport

    Shashi Verma

    Shashi Verma, Director, Cards and Fraud Control, Transport for London

  • Why is transport where card technology develops first?
  • What are the new plans for the London transport system?
  • Examples of different systems - Oyster, Octopus, Peral etc - where did they work, and what could have been better?
  • The future of transport ticket technology
  • 15:10 Afternoon Tea

    15:30 NFC Experiences in Ticketing

    David Birch

    David Birch, Director, Consult Hyperion

     

     

     

     

  • The outline of the project
  • Developing an NFC rollout
  • Lessons learnt
  • The future in NFC ticketing

     

     

  • 16:10 From Mobile Banking to Contactless Payments

    Graham Halliday

    Graham Halliday, Director of Strategy and Business Affairs, Monitise Group Ltd

     

     

  • Mobile banking - where are we today
  • The role for the handset in improving the contactless cards experience
  • The phone as a card - when and how?
  • Delivering a trusted interface to consumers
  • The precedents - examples from around the world

     

     

  • 16:50 The European Perspective

    Laurent Jullien

    Laurent Jullien, Director of Contactless & Payment Services, Bouygues Telecom

  • The French market - consumer attitudes
  • Developing a new payment system
  • Working with banks and operators to create a smooth partnership
  • The future of m-payments in Europe
  • 17:30 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One

    8:30 Registration & Coffee

    9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

    Erwin Petsch

    Erwin Petsch, Senior Card Consultant, Marathon Card Consulting; formerly Senior Project Manager Raiffeisen International Bank

    9:10 The Regulatory Challenge

    Dominic Peachey

    Dominic Peachey, Technical Specialist, Financial Services Authority

  • The FSA's approach to new technology
  • Managing (through regulation) the balance between the risks and rewards arising out of new technologies
  • The limits of financial regualtion in this space
  • Establishing an effective partnership between regulators and industry (banks, payment service providers, MNOs etc)
  • Joined up regulation (financial regulators, law enforcement agencies, technical standards setters, competition authorities
  • Setting international (not just EU) standards
  • 9:50 Developing Technology: Involving the Market

    Michel Bayings

    Michel Bayings, Senior Management Consultant Business Innovation, Logica

  • Looking at current trends - where are the gaps?
  • The balance between listening to the market demands and encouraging the uptake of new technology
  • A hesitant body: why is the UK reluctant in comparison with the EU and USA in the use of contactless?
  • Using current infrastructure to familarise consumers to introduce new payment systems, i.e., prepaid cards in retail

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • 10:30 Morning Coffee

    11:00 Developing Contactless in the Turkish Market

    Pelin Kabalak

    Pelin Kabalak, Executive Vice President, BKM A.S. (Interbank Card Center)

     

     

     

  • The current infrastructure capabilities in Turkey
  • The market for transport ticketing and loyalty schemes
  • A case study of an NFC pilot
  • The future of contactless in Turkey

     

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    11:40 NFC and Mobile Payments

    Steve Hudson

    Steve Hudson , Business Development Manager, Collis B V

     

     

     

     

     

  • New developments in NFC
  • Using NFC technology in conjunction with new mobile phone applications
  • Problems posed and overcome in m-payments and NFC
  • The future of m-payments

     

     

     

  • 12:20 Contactless Payment, NFC, Transport: Winning Strategies for Card Issuers

    Jean-Marc Meslin

    Jean-Marc Meslin, Head of Innovation & Business development, Oberthur Card Systems

  • The complexity of mixing various business models
  • Scenarios for convergence: evolution
  • Scenarios for convergence: disruption
  • Winning strategies for card issuers
  • 13:00 Networking Lunch

    14:20 Innovation in Payments and Maintaining Security - Striking the Balance

    Colin Whittaker

    Colin Whittaker, Head of Security, APACS

  • Where and how are we innovating?
  • What factors do we need to consider?
  • What lessons can we learn from the security of contactless payments?
  • What are the security issues in innovations in mobile payments?
  • 15:00 RFID Standards and Mobile Data Capture

  • Mobile phones as data capture devices
  • Mobile RFID based applications
  • Pre-sale Product information
  • At sale registration
  • Post sale, support, upgrade, servicing, spare parts
  • Infrastructure standards required to build these applications are in place
  • David Weatherby

    David Weatherby, Senior Business Consultant, GS1 UK

    15:40 The Merchant Perspective: A Case Study With sQuidcard

    Bede Feltham

    Bede Feltham, Marketing Director, sQuidcard Limited

  • The reality on the ground
  • Managing payments and loyalty
  • Consumer take-up: the success of the scheme
  • Managing customer relationships
  • 16:00 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two

    16:10 Afternoon Tea

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    Workshops

    Mobile and Contactless Payment: From EMV to NFC
    Workshop

    Mobile and Contactless Payment: From EMV to NFC

    Copthorne Tara Hotel
    24th June 2009
    London, United Kingdom

    Contactless And NFC Transaction Security
    Workshop

    Contactless And NFC Transaction Security

    Copthorne Tara Hotel
    24th June 2009
    London, United Kingdom

    Copthorne Tara Hotel

    Scarsdale Place
    Kensington
    London W8 5SR
    United Kingdom

    Copthorne Tara Hotel

    The Copthorne Tara Hotel London Kensington is an elegant contemporary four-star hotel in prestigious Kensington, located just a two minutes walk from High Street Kensington underground station, making exploring easy. The hotel offers well-appointed and comfortable guest rooms combining Standard, Superior and Club accommodation. Club rooms offer iconic views over the city and include Club Lounge access for complimentary breakfast and refreshments. Guests can sample the authentic Singaporean, Malaysian and Chinese cuisine at Bugis Street, traditional pub fare at the Brasserie Restaurant & Bar or relax with a delicious drink at West8 Cocktail Lounge & Bar.

    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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