Overview

 

On 21-22 September 2017, APSCA will organise the 8th Asian Payment Card Forum in Mumbai. The forum is Asia’s largest gathering of card issuers and acquirers, domestic bank card networks, international payment systems, mobile payment companies and e-payment services providers that meet to explore best practices for driving the consumer payments landscape towards a digital payments future.


The 8th Forum will be hosted by the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) at the Lalit Hotel in Mumbai and will provide a unique learning, discussion and networking opportunity for experts in consumer payments and retail banking in Asia.

 

Largest Market Opportunity for Digital Payments

With a market of over 1.3 billion people and a rapidly developing economy that is largely cash-based, India represents one of the greatest opportunities for digital payments. This is the largest market where domestic and international payments stakeholders compete on equal terms while also co-operating where industry collaboration benefits all parties. The Forum will highlight how India is setting trends in payments that have global relevance.

 

Subjects Covered

  • The Global Roadmap for Consumer Payments
  • Fraud, Tokenisation and CNP Authentication
  • Authenticating Face-to-Face Transactions
  • Customer Education and Behaviour Change
  • Expanding ePayments Acceptance at Merchants
  • Succeeding with Contactless Payments
  • The Choices for Mobile Proximity Payments
  • Using Transport Payments to Drive ePayments
  • Payments Strategies based on Smartphones
  • Targeting Multi-Tiered Payments Markets
  • Lessons from Banknote Demonetisation
  • Aadhaar, Biometrics & Digital Identity
  • Developing Instant Payments Systems
  • Solutions for Unbanked & Recently Banked

 

Strong Attendance from Payment Experts Across the Region
Since the first forum in 2010, the Asian Payment Card Forum has been attended by a growing number of consumer payments experts from payment card markets throughout the region. Senior managers from more than 600 banks from 16 markets across Asia participated in the first seven forums held in Hanoi, Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta, Shanghai and Bangkok.

 

Who's Attended in 2016
The 7th Asian Payment Card Forum held on 19-20 October 2016 in Hanoi, Vietnam, was attended by over 280 industry players (bringing attendance up over 22% more since the previous year's forum). Among the attendees were decision-makers from banks, schemes, switches, PSPs, retailers, transport operators, government representatives and some of the world's leading technology solutions providers in consumer payments from 19 payments markets including:

Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Japan, Hong Kong, USA, Turkey, Australia, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, New Zealand, France, China, Korea, Netherlands, Belgium and UK

“The Asian Payment Card Forum has been able to put together a comprehensive program covering the latest payment industry movement along with regional focus and perspectives that are relevant to the Asian audience. I look to APSCA to continue providing a forum for the Asian payment community to help push things forward.
Jack Pan, Head, Board of Managers, EMVCo

 

Technology Exposition

A technology exposition of latest technologies and solutions for payment card business will be held concurrently with the 8th Asian Payment Card Forum. The exposition will enable senior-decision makers, banks and providers of various payment card systems to learn of the latest solutions for chip-based, contactless and digital consumer payments technology.

 

 

Participants list
Sponsorship Packages
Contact

Abhijit Sengupta
Director, APSCA India
Tel: +91 98310 01116
Email: abhijit@apsca.org


Elaine Li
Business Development Manager, APSCA
Tel: +86 21 3120 0321 ext 15
Email:
elaine.li@apsca.org

 

 

 


 

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