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  1. 1. How do banks position themselves in e&m channels and payments EPFSF/EIF joint event April 1 2008 European Parliament, Brussels Dag-Inge Flatraaker General Manager, DnB NOR Chairman EPC Standards Support Group and EPC e&m Expert Group
  2. 2. e&m payments - How do banks position themselves in e&m channels and payments Agenda - Internett banking – the Nordic case - eInnvoicing - EPC/SEPA – e-commerce & mobile channel approach Dag-Inge Flatraaker – DnB NOR 2
  3. 3. DnB NOR – - By far the largest financial group in Norway (40 % market share) - Third largest in the Nordic market (total assets >200 billion Euro) - One of the largest shipping banks in the world - A main international bank in Energy Helsinki Copenhagen Shanghai Branches Chennai Vilnius Singapore Hong Kong Monchebank, DnB NORD Murmansk Subsidiary Luxembourg New York Rep.offices Houston Copenhagen Asset Santiago Management Helsinki Rio de Janeiro Stockholm Hamburg Warsawa London Tallin Riga Dag-Inge Flatraaker – DnB NOR 3
  4. 4. The Nordic and Baltic countries are well positioned for the future. Example Norway • Early adopters of new technology and high penetration in technology use: • 3 mill persons above 13 years with Internet access • 2 mill people use the Internet daily • 100 % mobile penetration (40% in 1997) • Fixed line penetration 73% • The most dynamic mobile internet market outside Japan • The highest use of mobile content services • Almost all households and corporates are using e-banking services (internet banking) • Electronic multi-channelling and holistic approach has paved the way for a very efficient payment infrastructure Dag-Inge Flatraaker – DnB NOR 4
  5. 5. Payment infrastructures and channels in Norway Bankgiro and ATMs 1972 National Giro system and ATM scheme National card scheme 1980’s EFTPOS Cashback introduced Interbank clearing and settlement 1990-95 NICS (clearing) and NBO (RTGS) 1995 Cash-back offered as a separate service 1996 Internet Banking introduced E-invoicing 2000 eFaktura (EBPP) 2001 Bank in Shops (BiB) introduced BankID (PKI) 2003 Trusted Services Mobile banking 2006 Mobile access to financial services Dag-Inge Flatraaker – DnB NOR 5
  6. 6. Payment infrastructures and channels in the Nordic countries – an example Dag-Inge Flatraaker – DnB NOR 6
  7. 7. NORWAY SEEMS TO HAVE A HIGHLY FAVOURABLE PAYMENT MIX, WITH LOWEST RETAIL CASH USAGE Cash Source: McKinsey Check Cards* Number of retail transactions per household (percent) Direct Debit Transfers 100% 1 758 1 970 1 505 1 702 1 467 1 515 985 991 1085 1 403 1 237 1 068 1 184 1 0 2 1 1 0 2 1 0 1 2 3 3 3 3 4 5 5 2 7 2 1 0 5 3 5 9 0 1 12 1 7 6 2 13 17 3 17 15 0 13 4 25 0 0 13 0 0 0 5 8 0 98 93 93 87 86 82 82 79 78 75 72 71 70 PL SP IT PT GE AT SE CH BE NL UK FR NO Dag-Inge Flatraaker – DnB NOR 7 *Including E-Purse
  8. 8. e-Invoicing - Streamlining the corporate value chain • What's at stake: - potential huge savings for corporates - important in the context of the Lisbon Agenda • Why banks: - all people and businesses have a relationship with a bank - the banking industry can enable an environment of all-2-all electronic interface and communication in payments and electronic document exchange (e.g. order, order confirmation, invoicing, payment etc) - As banks we can ensure our clients of the legal validity of sender and receiver identity Dag-Inge Flatraaker – DnB NOR 8
  9. 9. e-Invoicing/EBPP and the Nordic region • Banks in the Scandinavian countries have for years been running national E- invoicing Schemes • The Nordic banks have established a joint Nordic scheme for E-Invoicing • Entails agreement on standardized formats and format conversion, Rulebook, Implementation Guideline (MIG) and Governance • Will enable clients to exchange E-invoices between themselves across banks in the whole Nordic region (the first regional scheme in the world ?) • Will, over time, enable huge savings for clients and could be an example to follow, we are building on international standards and are open for wider cooperation The Nordic banks welcomes European/SEPA and/or global solutions, the EU initiative helps driving this process. Dag-Inge Flatraaker – DnB NOR 9
  10. 10. European Payments Council (EPC) and SEPA • Established in 2002, purpose is to realize one Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) • One organization representing all European banks • EPC has the authority to bind European banks in common decisions • Strong pressure from the authorities (EU-commission, ECB) • EPC covers the banking industry in all EU countries as well as EEA/EFTA-countries, which means 31 countries involving more than 8000 banks/500 mio inhabitants/25 million corporates and SME's Dag-Inge Flatraaker – DnB NOR 10
  11. 11. EPC structure for retail payments Scheme Management Plenary * Secretariat Committee * Audit Stakeholder E&M Coordination Committee ** Forum Expert Group NGC SEPA Programme Standards Payment Cards Cash Legal Management SG Schemes WG WG SG Forum WG * Decision making body ** Process decision making body Dag-Inge Flatraaker – DnB NOR 11
  12. 12. The EPC response to mobile channels EPC Strategy on e&m • EPC Plenary decision 18 December 2007; - The Mobile channel for initiating payments is regarded as a priority area for the industry - Contactless payments are regarded as the most promising area to be prioritized first - The European banking industry will collectively, via EPC, work together with the mobile operators (and others) on cross industry cooperation • Goal: Together with GSMA (and EMVCo and others) explore/establish; - high level principles and a framework for creating the necessary standards and business rules so that e.g existing SEPA schemes (SCT & SDD) and SEPA cards can be leveraged - minimum requirements, standards and best practises for security for using a mobile to initiate payments • SEPA Online Payments (SOP) at web merchants - EPC has decided to develop standards and a framework to allow for SEPA online payments at web-retailers Dag-Inge Flatraaker – DnB NOR 12
  13. 13. Mobile banking - the next big step ? • Need for cooperation on standards, security features and business models across industries (banks, telcos etc) • Collaboration with Telecom/mobile operators necessary and key !! Mobile operators dominates today the mobile distribution (both handset and services) • For both industries to succeed, business models needs to encompass both banks and mobile operators Dag-Inge Flatraaker – DnB NOR 13
  14. 14. Usage of the Mobile Phone in Payments (categories) Mobile Contactless Mobile Banking Authentication  Proximity payments  Using Mobile network  Security Token Reduce Cash  “Tap-and-Go”  On-line Channel  Alternative Channel  NFC technology for Authorisation Dag-Inge Flatraaker – DnB NOR 14
  15. 15. Mobile Payments Market: some Mobile Payment initiatives 2007 Belgium: operators and Banksys launch SMS Norway: Telenor and banks payment launch BankID for identification & authentication UK: Vodafone and Citigroup announce Netherlands: NFC mobile remittance venture payment pilots (Rotterdam, Amsterdam) Germany: NFC implementation in public transport in Frankfurt area Austria: operator-owned France: NFC pilots in Paybox grows to 300,000 Caen, Strasbourg, mobile payment users Grenoble, Paris Croatia: 50% of parking fees paid by moble Italy: card issuer phone CartaSi launches ski pass payment service Dag-Inge Flatraaker – DnB NOR 15
  16. 16. Mobile financial services – an example  Mobile services as supplement to other channels Mobile services (on-line banking, telephone banking, branches)  Complete bank for clients not using PC's 1. Banking services: Account balances, transfers, bill payments, dialogue with the bank, alerts and incidents 2. Added services: Real estate, Stock trading, Insurance 3. Payments services: Payment for goods and services in the mobile channel, PC, TV, Payment instrument at point of sale ("wave and pay") 4. Trusted services: Authentication Signing Dag-Inge Flatraaker – DnB NOR 16
  17. 17. Mobile financial services Information e-ID Account management e-signature Bill payments login Trust Banking Trading Services Alerts Secure Element Remote Proximity POS Tickets payments payments Vending Top Up Tickets Fast food Content Parking ATM Source: Mobey Forum Dag-Inge Flatraaker – DnB NOR 17

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