On 13-14 November 2018, APSCA India will organise Digital Payments South Asia at the LaLit Mumbai Hotel.

Attended by over 300 delegates in 2017, this industry event explores best practices for accelerating the adoption of secure and efficient e-payments in India, within a changing payments ecosystem that includes both fintech and card-based payments.

Democratising ePayments

How will the variety of payments solutions being offered in India achieve the greatest success in meeting Government of India objectives to expand the acceptance and usage of e-payments? The main competitor for the payments industry is cash; banks currently only reach around 3% of personal consumption expenditure. Digital Payments South Asia will highlight how India is setting trends in expanding e-payments acceptance that have global relevance.

  • Expanding e-payments acceptance
  • QR code mobile payments
  • Mobile wallets & interoperability
  • Real-time P2M & P2P payments
  • Financially inclusive payments
  • Push and pull payments
  • Outlook for payments banks
  • The future of card payments
  • Driving contactless payments
  • Open-loop payments in transit
  • Banks, fintechs, transport operators
  • Mobile card-based payments
  • Next-generation payment cards
  • Biometrics in payments
Digital Payments South Asia includes a focused technology exposition offering a limited number of opportunities for organisations providing payment services and solutions. Exhibitors will be able to demonstrate their payments services and acceptance solutions to financial institutions, payment schemes, e-payments companies and merchants from across Asia Pacific markets.
Only few exhibition spaces left !
Contact Abhijit Sengupta – Director of APSCA India at abhijit@apsca.org or at +91 9831001116 to secure your space!
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