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IBC’s 2nd Annual Mobile Wallet conference, focusing on the latest mobile wallet initiatives and market trends, is returning to Singapore on 7-10 October 2014. The conference offers a single platform ...

IBC’s 2nd Annual Mobile Wallet conference, focusing on the latest mobile wallet initiatives and market trends, is returning to Singapore on 7-10 October 2014. The conference offers a single platform for learning and networking with expert speakers from Mobile Network Operators (MNOs), banks, card associations, government regulators and players in the industry.

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  • www.mobilewallet-asia.com Produced by: 2ND ANNUAL ctober Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore 2014 Supporting Associations: International Marketing Partner: Media Partners: Where Key Stakeholders Convene to Shape Strategy & Achieve Mass Mobile Wallet Adoption Raj Dhamodharan Head of Mobile Ecommerce Products – Asia Pacific, Africa & Middle East, MasterCard, Singapore Faraaz Ali Regional Head – Credit Cards and Unsecured Lending – Asia Pacific, ANZ, Singapore E. Owureku Asare Head, Cards & Electronic Banking, Western Africa Monetary Zone (WAMZ) Cluster, Ecobank, Africa Aditya Menon Managing Director, Citigroup, India Pradeep Shrivastava Director, PT XL Axiata Tbk, Indonesia Brian Chambers Managing Director, Octopus International Projects Ltd, Hong Kong Nader Henein Regional Director, Advanced Security Solutions – Advisory Division, BlackBerry, UAE Shu-Pui Li Head – Financial Infrastructure Development Division, Hong Kong Monetary Authority, Hong Kong What’s NEW for 2014? 80% more case studies on Mobile Wallet implementation Strategic partnerships and business models for banks, mobile network operators (MNOs) and retailers Updates on mobile wallet regulations and initiatives Bitcoin development and consumer and retailer’s experience Data analytics, consumer profiling and encouraging the adoption of mobile wallets Roundtable Discussions on: • Emerging Market Digital Money / Bitcoin Adoption • Rethinking Payment Innovation PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP | 7 OCTOBER 2014 A • The Future of Bitcoin POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS | 10 OCTOBER 2014 B • Mobile Money – Reaching Out to the Mass and Untapped Market C • Integrating Marketing in Mobile Wallets for Greater Customer Engagement WORKSHOPS Register 3 Delegates and the 4th Attends for FREE!
  • REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 register@ibcasia.com.sg www.mobilewallet-asia.com CONFERENCE DAY ONE Wednesday, 8 OCTOBER 2014 8.00 Registration and Morning Coffee 9.00 Welcome from IBC Asia & Morning Ice Breaker 9.05 Chairman’s Welcome Remarks Jakirul Islam, First Vice President – Mobile Banking, Mercantile Bank Limited, Bangladesh Mobile Wallet Landscape 9.10 Omni Channel Payment and the Role of Digital Wallets • Defining mobile wallets and how we differentiate among the variety of wallet services available? • Latest leading projects update and types of mobile wallet transactions • Exploring leading players in the ecosystem and factors impacting mass scale adoption across markets • Expectations of users and will the mobile wallet be the physical wallet of the future? Raj Dhamodharan, Head of Mobile and Ecommerce Products – Asia Pacific, Africa & Middle East, MasterCard, Singapore 9.50 Regulatory Perspectives on Accelerating Collaboration in Mobile Wallets • Latest regulations and developments on mobile money payments • Overcoming challenges and maximizing opportunities under regulatory disparity • Interoperability and standardization for mass scale mobile wallet adoption • How regulators implement a system to include the unbankable • Concerns, uncertainties and goals across Asia • Case studies on successful implementation of electronic money systems in Philippines, Indonesia, Sri Lanka and Africa and developments on mobile wallets Moderator: Mohammad Jakirul Islamm, FirstVicePresident,MobileBanking Division, Mercantile Bank Limited, Bangladesh Panelist: Shu-Pui Li, Head–FinancialInfrastructureDevelopmentDivision, Hong Kong Monetary Authority, Hong Kong 10.30 Morning Networking & Refreshment Break Capturing Untapped Mobile Wallet Markets 11.00 Tapping the Untapped in the Developing Markets • Financial inclusion developments for the unbankable and is mobile money a way to address financial inclusion? • Creating demand through innovative education • Sustainable models and systems for implementation • Government to public (G2P) considerations: How can Government incorporate mobile money to distribute social benefits and welfare to the unbanked? • Success story on a G2P project Lito Villanueva, Head of e-Money Innovation, Strategy, Ecosystem Development & Global Engagements, Smart Communications, Inc., Philippines 11.40 Front End MobileWallets: Developed vs Developing Market • Differences in mobile wallet applications and characteristics • Is it viable to duplicate the same model from developed markets to developing markets? • How emerging markets lead the way in evolving business models • Bridging the differences in mobile wallet usage and channels used • What are the opportunities left in mature markets? • Best practices and lessons learnt from developed countries Panelists: Pradeep Shrivastava, Director, PT XL Axiata Tbk, Indonesia Aditya Menon, Managing Director, Citigroup, India Rasheda Sultana, Senior Specialist, Strategy, Grameenphone, Bangladesh Faraaz Ali, Regional, Head – Credit Cards and Unsecured Lending – Asia Pacific, ANZ, Singapore PANELDISCUSSION 12.20 Networking Lunch Have the Chance to Have an Informal Chat with VIP Guests During the Networking Lunch Break David Adiwijaya, Head of M-Finance Partnership, PT XL Axiata Tbk, Indonesia Balkrishna Pangam, Regional Director - Business Development & Strategic Partnerships at Cybersource, Visa, Singapore Latest Initiatives And Projects For Mobile Wallets 13.40 New Concepts in Mobile Wallet Offerings • Channels innovation • Learning from emerging markets like Bangladesh and booming markets like Indonesia • Can MNOs increase value by creating their own wallet offering? • Case study on a successful story and implementation Pradeep Shrivastava, Director, PT XL Axiata Tbk, Indonesia 14.20 Indonesia’s Branchless Banking and mMoney Scheme – Dompetku Development • Innovations in mobile wallet product and services • How to engage telecommunication operators and banks to meet customer expectations • Successful story on the implementation of mMoney scheme – Dompetku and how it became the best mobile money deployment in Asia • Case study on trial implementation Ichwansyah Putra, Product Development and Management Manager, Mobile Commerce & Money, PT Indosat, Indonesia 15.00 Afternoon Networking & Refreshment Break 15.30 Implementing Mobile Wallet Services: Pacific goMoney • How mobile wallet services position themselves in a competitive market place • Critical factors affecting the launch • Delivering promised experience through simplifying the paying experience • Success factors and learning from existing mobile services/apps Faraaz Ali, Regional Head – Credit Cards and Unsecured Lending – Asia Pacific, ANZ, Singapore 16.10 MYCash Initiatives and Implementing a MNO and Bank Win: Win Partnership for Branchless Banking • Is the partnership the answer for unbanked people and branchless banking? • Key attributes to drive synergy and greater collaboration between MNOs and banks to increase financial transaction and mobile wallet adoption • How to implement a partnership and defining five pillars of success in mobile finance services • Success stories among the current competitors in the market Mohammad Jakirul Islamm,FirstVicePresident,MobileBanking Division, Mercantile Bank Limited, Bangladesh Bitcoins & Bitwallets 16.50 Bitcoin Developments, Consumer Adoption and Experience • Adoption of Bitcoin – how successful is Bitcoin in becoming consumers’and merchants’preferred method of payment? • Economics of Bitcoin – what does increasing purchasing power of Bitcoin mean for spending habits and economy? • Transaction costs - What is included in costs of major payment methods and how does Bitcoin manage to remove them. • Security and risks - What should a merchant be aware of before and after making decisions about Bitcoin adoption • Data and transparency – What are the implications of blockchain’s transparency, what data are there and how can they be leveraged? Tomas Forgac, Founder, Coin of Sale, Singapore 17.30 Interactive Round Table Discussions____________________________________________________________________________________________ Emerging Market Digital Money and BitCoin Adoption Norma Sit, Managing Director, Numoni, Singapore____________________________________________________________________________________________ Rethinking Payment Innovation Aneace Haddad, CEO and Founder, Taggo, Singapore 18.00 Chairman’s Summary of the Day 18.05 End of Conference Day One PANELDISCUSSION VIPLUNCH TABLES
  • REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 register@ibcasia.com.sg www.mobilewallet-asia.com CONFERENCE DAY TWO Thursday, 9 OCTOBER 2014 Evaluating Mobile Wallet Enablers & Technology 14.20 NFC Deployment in TOUCH Mobile Wallets and Consumer Adoption & Acceptance • Customer adaptation and acceptance on products launched • Bottlenecks in launching and how we have / are overcoming these issues by instilling mWallet concept through market education • Show case of latest tech enablers on project TOUCH – Corporate Fuel Card and TOUCH – Travel Card • Lessons learnt and vision on mobile payment/wallet applications in the near future Shankar Dharmaratne, ChiefManager,MobilePaymentsDialog Digital Services, Dialog Axiata PLC, Sri Lanka 15.00 Afternoon Networking and Refreshment Break 15.30 Incorporating NFC Functionality in Shopping, Transportation,Ticketing and More in Retail and Payments • How can the NFC functionality be extended to other industries? • Implementation of NFC system and how has the payment systems benefited the market so far? • Accessing security measures and control methods • What are the key learnings from the successes Moderator: Alvin Wong Kee Choong, Business Development Manager at SingTel – Payments (Group Digital Life), Singtel, Singapore Panelists: Paolo Eugenio Baltao, President, G-Xchange Inc., Philippines Jonathan (JungHyung) Suh, Global Director, Head of Global Business Division, Korea Smart Card Co., Ltd, Korea Silvester Prakasam, Director, Fare System, Land Transport Authority, Singapore Brian Chambers, Managing Director, Octopus International Projects Ltd, Hong Kong Mobile Wallet Security 16.10 Security – An Ongoing Key Concern for Mobile Wallets • Are mobile Wallets more secure than traditional cash and plastic cards? • How to fight fraudulent activities through systems and services • Are the added layers of security with cloud hosted data and encryption a step in the right direction towards safety? • How to educate the safety features for greater adoption through marketing and promotion • Case study: Singapore/Philippines Murugan Manickam, Regional Head of Fraud Risk, Citi, Singapore 16.50 Smartphone Security Concerns and Are We Ready for Mobile Wallets? • Transition and development of the traditional wallet to mobile wallets • Substantial implications to the ecosystem • Security concerns around digital money beyond Bitcoin • A possible future where CASH is no longer king Nader Henein, Regional Director, Advanced Security Solutions – Advisory Division, BlackBerry, UAE Data Analytics – How It Benefits The Mobile Wallet Value Chain? 17.10 Data Analytics for Mobile Wallet Development: Power to the Merchants, Banks and Consumers • Who will own the data and how it will be used as a value exchange for better services • How will mobile wallets change the retailers’ approach to marketing, advertising and the buying habits of consumers? • What role will data driven profiling strengthen customer preference data? • Data analytics and digital payments – will they give merchants the power to control inventories and efficiently maximize ROI in different branches? Aditya Menon, Managing Director, Citigroup, India 18.10 Chairman’s Summary of the Day & End of Conference PANELDISCUSSION 8.30 Morning Networking & Coffee 9.00 Chairman’s Opening Remarks E. Owureku Asare, Head, Cards & Electronic Banking, Western Africa Monetary Zone (WAMZ) Cluster, Ecobank, Africa Driving Mobile Wallet Adoption & Consumer Engagement 9.10 Creating Seamless Mobile Wallet Experiences • Mobile network operator’s (MNO’s) drivers for developing wallets • How can MNOs utilize consumer mobile data to target consumers more effectively, increase engagement and drive sales • How are MNOs coming together with JVs to create a seamless mobile experience for the retailer and the consumer • Can MNOs increase value by creating their own wallet offering? Rasheda Sultana, Senior Specialist, Strategy, Grameenphone, Bangladesh 9.50 Cashless Services in Mobile Wallets for Greater Customer Engagement and Experience • What different banks are doing in utilizing mobile wallet systems • Initiatives and innovative products to accelerate adoption rate and attract a bigger consumer pool • How do banks see themselves developing in the future? • Continued investment in mobile wallets – how can they improve to create a seamless customer experience? • Challenges and opportunities for greater market share • Case study on cardless ATM services and collaboration with MNOs E. Owureku Asare, Head, Cards & Electronic Banking, Western Africa Monetary Zone (WAMZ) Cluster, Ecobank, Africa 10.30 Morning Networking & Refreshment Break 11.00 Extending Mobile Money Services to Physical Points of Sale (POS) and Boosting Retail Activity • Latest solution for payment transactions using smart phones • How the payment method has helped to boost retail sales and reduce operating cost? • Win-Win strategy for SMEs and customers • How mobile wallets change the game play in Philippines Paolo Eugenio Baltao, President, G-Xchange Inc. Philippines 11.40 T Money in Retail and How Well Consumers Have Adopted Mobile Wallets • Benefits the T-money card has brought to consumers, retailers and Government • Valuable services that could convince consumers to give up traditional payment methods and increase adoption • What is the level of consumer’s acceptance and adoption in mobile wallets? • Lesson learnt from Korea Jonathan (JungHyung) Suh, Global Director, Head of Global Business Division, Korea Smart Card Co., Ltd, Korea 12.20 Networking Lunch 13.40 Payments Beyond Transit Cards and Key Success Factors on Octopus Card Implementation • Extending to non-transit applications – how the Octopus card has become a successful multi-purpose smart card • Serving customers better with value added services • What does the future smart card look like and enhancing service delivery to meet consumers demand • Successful implementation and challenges ahead • Exploring the Octopus NFC enabled mobile SIM Brian Chambers, Managing Director, Octopus International Projects Ltd, Hong Kong
  • REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 register@ibcasia.com.sg www.mobilewallet-asia.com PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP | 7 OCTOBER 2014 WORKSHOP A: 9.00pm – 5.00pm | Led by: Tomas Forgac, Founder, Coin of Sale, Singapore THE FUTURE OF BITCOIN POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS | 10 OCTOBER 2014 WORKSHOP B: 9.00am – 12.30pm | Led by: Jessica Osborn, Managing Director, Arrakis Group, Africa MOBILE MONEY- REACHING OUT TO THE MASS AND UNTAPPED MARKET WORKSHOP C: 1.30pm – 5.00pm | Led by: Jason Masciarelli, CEO & Founder, Acromobile, Singapore INTEGRATING MARKETING IN MOBILE WALLETS FOR GREATER CUSTOMER ENGAGEMENT ABOUT YOUR WORKSHOP LEADER Jason Masciarelli is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer at Acromobile, responsible for creating the Acromobile Customer Engagement Solution and its related Acromobile Customer Engagement Platform. Jason works closely with clients and partners to create solutions that help improve sales, marketing and customer support processes. Having been a part of the evolution of CRM and marketing automation, Jason understands how companies can leverage emerging technologies, trends and industry best practices to create innovative business models and solutions. Prior to Acromobile, Jason successfully founded and ran Theikos Inc., the first global Cloud Computing consulting and outsourcing company. Jason sold Theikos after seven years of consistent growth to Astadia, and then held a position with Astadia in Singapore to build their APAC business. Jason has also worked with BigMachines, Powerskills Solutions and 3Com in the past. Jason holds a Bachelor of Arts in Marketing from Bryant College. His interests include emerging technologies, traveling and photography. Mobile Money has been an unprecedented success in some African markets; the equivalent of 43% of Kenya’s GDP flowed through mobile wallets last year and 5% – 10% of some Mobile Operators’ revenues are generated from the service. Yet, despite the mobile industry’s near-obsession with Kenya’s mPesa, just a handful of the over 100 Mobile Money implementations on the continent have achieved any real level of adoption. This is mostly owing to the chicken-and-egg dilemma of how to simultaneously generate traction on both the supply (agent network) and demand (consumer) sides of the business. Mobile Financial Services providers have often looked to the Kenyan experience for a handy replication model, only to find it lacking in relevance for their markets. This workshop will distil learning from the African markets where Mobile Money has been a tougher nut to crack. It will look beyond the East African mega-success story to grittier horizons such as Ghana, Nigeria and Mozambique. Here, most mobile wallet providers initially struggled to create parallel agent and customer uptake and so suffered cretaceous growth. However, by making drastic strategic and tactical changes, some operators have been able to emerge on a steady path to business health. Together we will investigate the often counter intuitive measures that have turned these businesses around and consider how these experiences may be relevant in other markets. Topics will include: Supply • Agent Economics • Keeping the Agent Engaged • Ensuring Product Availability • Building Consumer Trust through Agents Demand • Effective Customer Acquisition • Effective Customer Retention • Product Positioning and USPs • Mind the Gap: Awareness & Usage With every transaction involving credit cards and e-payments, customers are at great risk when handing out personal information. Bitcoins are fundamentally different as all data required to create transactions are safely stored in wallets when the payment is sent. That eliminates all insurance costs and charge-backs. The openness of the protocol then allows competition to rise and to keep prices down, but also to bring valuable solutions. Bitcoin payments have gained popularity in the west with benefits ranging from low costs to easy set ups as well as reduced fraud and charge back risks. This workshop gives you a head start on the Bitcoin economy, retailers and consumers awareness and acceptance in Asia as well as how to set up Bitcoins as a method of payment. • Understand the Bitcoin economy • Exchange rate and policies • How Bitcoin performs as an asset in all five years of its existence? • Case study on customers and retailers’ adoption ABOUT YOUR WORKSHOP LEADER: Tomas Forgac has a career background in finance and retail IT. He has been promoting, writing about, speaking publicly on local and international media about Bitcoin since early 2013 and started Coin Of Sale under a different name in July 2013. ABOUT YOUR WORKSHOP LEADER Jessica has over six years experience in mobile technology in Africa. She co-led the start-up Africa’s first mobile application incubator in Uganda, AppLab, with partners Google, MTN and Grameen Foundation. She led the development of apps in the Google SMS product suite, including mobile health and mobile trading services, which were subsequently rolled out to other African markets. In Ghana, Jessica started Grameen Foundation’s first overseas office and served as Project Director for the Mobile Technology for Community Health (MOTECH) program which worked with the Ministry of Health to digitize data collection in rural health facilities through a mobile application feeding into the country’s existing Health Management Information System. The project also developed a messaging system to deliver appointment reminders and weekly tailored health messages to antenatal and neonatal clients. Jessica then went on to manage Tigo’s Mobile Money product, Tigo Cash, and was a key member of the team that made the company the market leader for Mobile Financial Services in Ghana. She led efforts in marketing, customer lifecycle management, special offer design, pricing, product development, operations, customer service and regulatory compliance. Jessica joined Arrakis Group in June 2013 to create and manage our Telecommunications division, which has conducted several projects in mobile financial services and mobile insurance in Ghana, Nigeria and Mozambique. Jessica holds a First Class Honors degree in Politics & Economics from the University of Durham, UK. With widespread adoption of smartphones and rising mobile wallets and payments, retailers and organizations will need to re-think advertising and promotion plans to incorporate effective digital marketing and determine practices to better engage customers. This half day workshop will provide you with insights on how industry players integrated their marketing functions into smartphones. Mobile marketing landscape, current and future trends will also be examined. By focusing on cutting-edge case studies, you will leave with a thorough knowledge of mobile best practice as it currently stands and valuable insights into how to develop your company’s mobile strategy. • Mobile marketing landscape and trends • Integrating marketing functions with mobile wallets and creating greater customer engagement • Building a mobile marketing strategy and implementing it • What is the suitable strategy available for your organization? • Measuring and analyzing results • Case study on successful implementation
  • REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 register@ibcasia.com.sg www.mobilewallet-asia.com 2ND ANNUAL Country ■ Southeast Asia 50% ■ China & North Asia 10% ■ South Asia & Middle East 20% ■ Australia/NZ 10% ■ US/Europe 10% Industry ■ Banks/ Finance 25% ■ MNOs 25% ■ Government 5% ■ Retail/Merchant 5% ■ Cards/Network Association 10% ■ Mobile Device, Application &Technology 10% ■ Payment Processor 10% ■ Software Developer 5% ■ Consultants 5% “There are a large number of consumers that are unbanked and do not have proper access to financial services... Mobile Wallets provide banking services and financial management at affordable prices and help consumers in managing their accounts. As a result, the mobile wallet industry is witnessing a boost in its revenue.” ~ Research and Markets, Jan 2014 IBC’s 2nd Annual MobileWallets conference addresses the key factors in implementing a successful business model, partnerships and collaboration to accelerate the mass adoption of mobile wallets in Asia. The conference not only provides a single platform for networking opportunities, but convenes international and regional key players to exchange ideas on innovative approaches for greater mobile wallet market presence. “Giants such as Apple, Amazon, Google, Visa and MasterCard all want to be your mobile digital wallet, as do several well-financed start-ups...Google released a wallet product for its nearly billion Android users and inked a deal withMasterCardtogetaccesstomillionsofretailers... Amazonjustannounced that it is developing a Kindle-based payment system to allow its 230 million customers to send money to each other and check out in stores” ~ Forbes, February 2014 Latest initiatives and projects including the following will be examined by the industry players: MYCash initiatives and implementing a win-win partnership for mobile wallet products and services ~ Mercantile Bank mMoney scheme – Dompetku and how it became the best mobile money deployment in Asia ~ PT Indosat Pacific goMoney and how to set up a mobile wallet ecosystem for the unbanked ~ ANZ Cardless mobile wallet services and collaboration with MNOs ~ Ecobank T-money and engaging consumers, retailers and government for better mobile wallet services ~ Korea Smart Card Octopus card and extending its mobile payment services beyond a transit card ~ Octopus International NFC deployment in TOUCH mobile wallets and consumer adoption & acceptance ~ Dialog Axiata Sponsorship Opportunities Position your company as a market leader at this event! Our customized sponsorship and exhibition package offers prime exposure to key decision-makers and exceptional branding in the mobile wallet space. To explore the range of thought leadership, speaking, branding and marketing opportunities available, please contact: Ms. Lee Ann Na | Tel: + 65 6508 2470 Email: AnnNa. Lee@ibcasia.com.sg ctober Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore 2014
  • This label contains your priority booking code. To expedite registration, please do not remove label. If you have already received a copy of this brochure, we apologise. For reasons of confidentiality, your full particulars were not available to IBC Asia (S) Pte Ltd for deduplication prior to mail drop. If undelivered, please return to: 111 Somerset Road, TripleOne Somerset #10-06, Singapore 238164 Tel: +65 6508 2400 Fax: +65 6508 2408 2nd Annual Mobile Wallet 2014 REGISTER 3 DELEGATES AND THE 4TH ATTENDS FOR FREE! Email register@ibcasia.com.sg Fax +65 6508 2407 Scan the QR Code with your smartphone and register today Customer Service Hotline +65 6508 2401 MAIL the attached registration form with your cheque to IBC Asia (S) Pte Ltd c/o Informa Regional Business Services 111 Somerset Road, TripleOne Somerset #10-06, Singapore 238164 Web www.mobilewallet-asia.com HOTEL INFORMATION DATA PROTECTION PAYMENT TERMS CANCELLATIONS / SUBSTITUTION IMPORTANT NOTE REGNO.200108203N Payment must be received 10 business days prior to the event. To take advantage of discounts with an expiry date, registration and payment must be received by the cut-off date. • Payment by bankers draft or cheque in S$ or US$ should be made in favour of “IBC Asia (S) Pte Ltd” and mailed to: IBC Asia (S) Pte Ltd c/o Informa Regional Business Services 111 Somerset Road, TripleOne Somerset #10-06 Singapore 238164 Attn: The Accounts Receivable Team • Payment by bank transfer in S$ or US$ made payable to: IBC Asia (S) Pte Ltd A/C No.:147-059513-001 (S$) A/C No.:260-457866-178 (US$) The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited 21 Collyer Quay, HSBC Building Singapore 049320 Bank Swift Code: HSBCSGSG Bank Code: 7232 • Payment by Credit Card (AMEX, VISA or MasterCard). The best way to pay by credit card is through our secure portal built into the website. To pay by phone please indicate the contact name and details below and our Customer Services Team will call within 24 hours to take payment. Please do not send credit card information by email. The personal information entered during your registration/order, or provided by you, will be held on a database and may be shared with companies in the Informa Group in the UK and internationally. Occasionally, your details may be obtained from or shared with external companies who wish to communicate with you offers related to your business activities. If you do not wish your details to be used for this purpose, please contact our Database Department at Email: database@ibcasia.com.sg, Tel: +65 6508 2400 or Fax: +65 6508 2408. Should you be unable to attend, a substitute delegate is welcome at no extra charge. Cancellations must be received in writing at least 10 business days before the start of the event, to receive a refund less 10% processing fee per registration. The company regrets that no refund will be made available for cancellation notifications received less than 10 business days before the event. Please quote the name of the delegate, event title and invoice number on the advice when remitting payment. Bank charges are to be deducted from participating organisations own accounts. Please fax your payment details (copy of remittance advice, cheque or draft to +65 6508 2407). Attendance will only be permitted upon receipt of full payment. Participants wishing to register at the door are responsible to ensure all details are as published. IBC assumes no further liability or obligation, beyond the refund of the paid registration fee, in the event of postponement or cancellation by IBC. 6 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER RESERVE YOUR PLACE TODAY! ■ Yes! I/We will attend the 2nd Annual Mobile Wallet 2014 7 – 10 October 2014, Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore ■ I would like to purchase the conference presentations at SGD1000 + GST (SGD1070) per log in. CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS The best way to pay by credit card is through our secure on-line registration process, simply log on to the website at www.mobilewallet-asia.com and click “Register On-line”. If you would prefer to pay over the phone please complete the contact name and details and our Customer Services Team will call within 24 hours to take payment. As we treat your credit card information in the strictest confidence, please do not send payment details by email. Credit card contact: Department: Direct phone number: Email: P46249 • Multiple Bookings Discount pricing is applicable to groups of 3 or more delegates from the same organisation registering for the same event, at the same time. Fee stated is the discounted price PER DELEGATE. Only one discount applies; either the early bird rate OR special rate OR group rate. • All fees stated include luncheons, refreshments and complete set of documentation. 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(AMEX, VISA or MasterCard accepted) PAYMENT METHOD (Please tick) Early Bird Rate Register & pay on or before 1 Aug 2014 Special Rate Register & pay on or before 29 Aug 2014 Group Rate (3 or more delegates) Normal Rate Register & pay after 29 Aug 2014 ❑ 2 Day Conference only ❑ 3 Day Package: 2 Day Conference + 2 Workshops: A ❑ OR B ❑ + C ❑ SGD 4,095 SGD 4,295 SGD 4,395 SGD 3,995 FEE PER DELEGATE Delegate 1 Details Delegate 2 Details Name: Dr/Mr/Ms Job Title: Department Tel: Mobile No.: Email: Name: Dr/Mr/Ms Job Title: Department Tel: Mobile No.: Email: ❑ 4 Day Package: 2 Day Conference + Workshop A + B + C SGD 3,895 SGD 4,095 SGD 4,195 SGD 3,795❑ 3.5 Day Package: 2 Day Conference + 3 Workshops: A ❑ + B ❑ OR C ❑ SGD 3,595 SGD 3,795 SGD 3,895 SGD 3,495 ❑ 2.5 Day Package: 2 Day Conference + 1 Workshop: B ❑ OR C ❑ SGD 3,295 SGD 3,495 SGD 3,595 SGD 3,195 SGD 2,995 SGD 3,195 SGD 3,295 SGD 2,895 SGD 2,695 SGD 2,795 SGD 2,895 SGD 2,495 SGD 2,495 SGD 2,595 SGD 2,695 SGD 2,295 SGD 2,195 SGD 2,295 SGD 2,395 SGD 1,995 SGD 1,895 SGD 1,995 SGD 2,095 SGD 1,695 SGD 1,595 SGD 1,695 SGD 1,795 SGD 1,395 Banks, Retailers & Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) Fee REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 register@ibcasia.com.sg www.mobilewallet-asia.com ❑ 2 Day Conference only Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel 392 Havelock Road, Singapore 169663 Contact Person: Tan Ai Li, Asst Director of Events Mobile: + 65 9006 2432 Tel: +65 6233 1301 | Fax: +65 6233 1177 ❑ 3 Day Package: 2 Day Conference + 2 Workshops: A ❑ OR B ❑ + C ❑ ❑ 4 Day Package: 2 Day Conference + Workshop A + B + C ❑ 3.5 Day Package: 2 Day Conference + 3 Workshops: A ❑ + B ❑ OR C ❑ ❑ 2.5 Day Package: 2 Day Conference + 1 Workshop: B ❑ OR C ❑ Vendor Fee SF