Mobile Payments                                       & Banking                                       Indian Ocean/South A...
Mobile Payments                      & Banking                                                                   Assess & ...
DAY ONE, 31 JANUARY 2012                               Define your Mobile Payment Strategies8.00	 Registration	           ...
DAY TWO, 1 FEBRUARY 2012                                Maximizing your Revenue Potential9.00	 Chairman’s Remarks         ...
ATTN: Mr. Neil Reyes                                           Magenta Global Pte Ltd                                     ...
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This is the brochure of the Indian Ocean/ South Asia Mobile Payments and Banking Summit to be held in Ramada Colombo, Sri Lanka on January 31 to February 1, 2012

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Sri Lanka Mobile Payments and Banking Summit 2012

  1. 1. Mobile Payments & Banking Indian Ocean/South Asia Our Distinguished Panel of Speakers Includes 31 January – 1 February 2012 • Ramada Colombo Colombo, Sri Lanka Anusha Palpita Director General Telecommunications Regulatory Commission of Sri Lanka (confirming) Summit Highlights: Rajan S. Mathews Director General • Determine strategies to drive mobile payments and develop mobile Cellular Operators Association of India financial services Muhammad Talib Dogar • Accelerate mobile banking adoption Director General (Services) Pakistan Telecommunication Authority • Evolving regulations – what are the perspectives of central banks & telecom regulators Dasgupta Asim Kumar Executive Director • Assess the potential of the commercial deployment of mobile money Bangladesh Bank in Sri Lanka, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh & Nepal Bishwaroop Ghosh Head – Strategic Alliances & e-Paymentds • Structuring optimum business models to improve the lives of TimesofMoney unbanked and optimizing mobile money services in rural areas Fariq Cader • Critical elements in a mobile-led banking model for emerging markets Senior General Manager of Group Finance and Operations • Mechanisms to enable mobile money transfer across borders Dialog Axiata Telecom • Designing and building sustainable business models for banks, Fawad Abdul Kader merchants and telecom operators Unit Head Mobile Payments MCB Bank • Leveraging on agricultural VAS to boost mobile payments in South Asia Debbie Watkins • Insights into consumer behavior to realise the full potential of mobile Project Manager, bKash Mobile Money financial solutions ShoreBank International • Moving beyond branchless banking and exploring alternative Sandeep Indurkar delivery channels Head Mobile Payments - Internet Banking & Mobile Banking Group • Expanding mobile money business into new markets and opening up ICICI Bank new revenue streams Mahesh Amarasiri • Revealing opportunities for corporate mobile money services Senior Manager - Business Planning & Analysis Etisalat Lanka • What are the experiences of successful mobile carriers in ensuring the sustainability of mobile payments revenues Ajith Salgado Head of IT Sampath Bank PLC Naveed Ahmed ChoudhuryOwned & produced by Associate Sponsor Supporting Organizations Head of Data Innovation & Applications CityCell Bhavin Satikunvar AVP - Internet Banking & Mobile Banking Dhanlaxmi Bank Sazzid Shaikh Manager - Mobile Banking ICICI Bank A MUST ATTEND FOR ANYONE INVOLVED IN THE MOBILE PAYMENTS INDUSTRY Register before 30 November 2011 to save $200 Email: Call +65 6391 2562
  2. 2. Mobile Payments & Banking Assess & Harness into Indian Ocean/South Asia South Asia/ India Ocean’s Rich Profit Potential WHY NOW? mobile ticketing, microfinance & microinsurance, innovative Mobile penetration rates vary in the South Asia / Indian Ocean business models for banks and network operators, financial region, starting from 39.6% in Bangladesh, 64.8% in Pakistan, inclusion of unbanked, emergence of mobile payment on 71.6% in India and reaching 86.6% in Sri Lanka. Adding large smart phones, m-commerce developments, various payment rural population & the comparatively low banking penetration platforms to enhance value added services & NFC trials and rate across the countries, this region represents a strong applications for merchants in the Indian Ocean and Indian emerging market. Are you ready to tap into this changing Subcontinent region. lucrative landscape? The Summit is set to create and explore new opportunities, Indian Ocean / South Asia Mobile Payments & Banking venture further into existing and new markets, strengthen Summit 2012 tackles the unique prospects in the emerging existing relationships and build new ties, and meeting and economies of Sri Lanka, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal & connecting with major industry players. Attracting a panel the island economies of Seychelles, Maldives and Mauritius. of regulators, mobile operators, financial institutions and Topics to be discussed at the Summit include the growth and practitioners from the region, the Summit participants will development of mobile money transfers, evolving regulations, discuss and debate on the pressing issues and assess the deployment of mobile banking, money remittance, e-wallets, future of mobile payments and banking industry. WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Associate Sponsor Mobile Network Operators / Mobile Platforms • Financial Institutions Credit Card Companies • Merchants • Technology Providers • Service Providers Semiconductor Manufacturers / Microcontrollers • Smart Card / Chip Card Providers System Integrators • mWallet Developers • Money Transfer Network Providers Handset Manufacturers • Regulators • Banking and Technology Lawyers Consulting Firms • Payment Processors • Industry Associations. TimesofMoney is part of the illustrious Times Group, a leading digital payments CEOs, Chief Technology Officers, VPs, Directors and Managers in: specialist serving a wide-range of retail & Mobile & Micro Payments • Banking Development Strategy Departments institutional clients across the globe. Remittance Departments • IT Departments • Emerging Payments Remote Payments • M-Commerce • E-Commerce • E-Finance • Business Development Its offerings include cross-border online Market Development • Cards • Card Services • New Payment Channels money transfers, customized NRI services, payment gateways & co-branded Delivery Channels • Treasury • Finance • Text to Pay Service cards. With a large transacting retail base Mergers & Acquisitions • Authentication & Securities. & a host of reputed institutional partners, TimesofMoney has emerged as the leader in digital payment solutions globally. SPONSORSHIP & SHOWCASE Over the past decade, it has built a OPPORTUNITIES strong and loyal customer base providing convenience, connectivity and flexibility across a global platform. As the premier Summit, this is where relationships are formed, projects are discussed and deals are initiated! Sponsoring this Summit, or even utilizing your Its brands include Remit2India, marketing plans as a sponsor or an exhibitor, is a cost-effective way of raising Remit2Home, Window2India, DirecPay your company’s profile and creating greater awareness of your brand. Promote and Times Card. TimesofMoney also new and existing product and services in a high profile way amongst a select provides white-label remittance solutions to banks under Managed Services. group of other sponsors. Reinforce your company’s activities and commitment to the industry with our tailor made packages. All lead sponsors will also be More details are available on the corporate allocated prominent time slots for addressing the delegations. website Media PartnersTo find out more about Sponsorship & Showcase Opportunities, email TODAY! For Sponsorship and Exhibition Opportunities, email
  3. 3. DAY ONE, 31 JANUARY 2012 Define your Mobile Payment Strategies8.00 Registration 12.30 Remittances in a BOX • In a Nutshell - Global Remittances market overview9.00 Welcome Remarks from Magenta Global • The Jack in the Box - Containing details on online remittances9.05 Chairman’s Opening Remarks • The Global Desi - Cross border money transfers – The Indian context9.10 Keynote Speech: Providing a Friendly Regulatory • The Out of Box Idea - TimesofMoney Managed Environment for Electronic, Web and Mobile Services offering - Building the category Payments in Sri Lanka Bishwaroop Ghosh • How frameworks are created for prepaid, e-money Head - Strategic Alliances & e-Payments and stored value transactions TimesofMoney • Increasing security and minimizing fraud 13.00 Networking Luncheon • Defining the role of mobile operators and banks Anusha Palpita 14.00 Mobile payments and immobile regulators Director General • Is Sri Lanka tailor-made for mobile payments? Telecommunications Regulatory Commission of • What prevents m-payments services supply Sri Lanka (confirming) meeting the demand? • Few electronic payments innovations and why they 9.45 Mobile Payments Developments in Sri Lanka never took off R B Weerasinghe • How to remove regulatory barriers Director, Payments and Settlements Chanuka Wattegama Central Bank of Sri Lanka (confirming) Independent Researcher in Telecom Policy Sri Lanka10.30 Morning Refreshments 14.30 Outlook on South Asian Mobile Money Market11.00 Mobile Payments Market in India (Panel Discussion) • What drives the expansion? What are the emerging • What are the drivers and obstacles for mobile technologies and latest innovations? payments in South Asia? • Types of purchases: merchandise, digital products, • Where are the growth opportunities? ticketing, mobile money transfers, bill payments, • How to reach the unbanked? and pre-paid top-ups • Which services will draw in the unbanked? • Challenges in overcoming regulatory barriers to • How to allay customer fears & accelerate uptake? mobile money • What is the right channel for your business? • Where is the market heading? • What partnerships work best? Rajan S. Mathews Invited Speakers of the Summit Director General 15.00 Reviewing the initiatives for the domestic card Cellular Operators Association of India network in India M Balakrishnan11.30 Outlook of the Market in Pakistan Chief Operating Officer • Becoming a leader in reaching the unbanked through The National Payment Corporation of India mobile solutions and soon surpassing the Philippines, Brazil and Kenya 15.30 Afternoon Refreshments • Exploring the benefits of mobile commerce • Popularity of money transfer and utility payment 16.00 Assessing Sri Lanka’s Mobile Payment Market services and the Future Development Trend • Is mobile banking next in the pipeline? • Will the new guidelines kick-off the mobile payments? Muhammad Talib Dogar • Emergence of third parties to run m-payment solutions Director General (Services) • Popularity of SMS-based services for bill payments, Pakistan Telecommunication Authority transfer funds, balance inquiries, etc • Case study of mobile payments in Public Transport 12.00 Banking Beyond Branches: How innovative (bus tickets) approaches to alternative delivery channels are Fariq Cader expanding access to the formal financial sector for Senior General Manager of Group Finance and millions in South Asia Operations • What is the business case for mobile banking, what Dialog Axiata Telecom are the primary models? • What is meant by “alternative delivery channels” 16.30 Focus on Mobile Money and Improving the Lives as opposed to just “mobile banking”? of the Unbanked • How can commercial banks and their partners both • Reaching the unbanked through Telco-Bank partnership offer mobile banking and transaction services and • How to optimize the potential of the already banked population increase formal financial services access? • Key Enablers for M-Commerce in Sri Lanka • Moving beyond transactions, what are the key Mahesh Amarasiri challenges to reaching scale while offering a diverse Senior Manager-Business Planning & Analysis set of products and services? Etisalat Lanka Debbie Watkins Project Manager, bKash Mobile Money 17.15 End of Day One ShoreBank International Register & Pay before 30 November 2011 to enjoy an Early Bird Fee Saving of USD200 Email: Call +65 6391 2562
  4. 4. DAY TWO, 1 FEBRUARY 2012 Maximizing your Revenue Potential9.00 Chairman’s Remarks 12.30 Agricultural VAS: Opportunities and Limitations for Increasing mPayments9.15 Building an Integrated Channel Strategy: Sriganesh Lokanathan Challenges and Opportunities Senior Research Manager • Defining objectives of Channel Integration LIRNEasia • The key challenges of Integration • Keeping the Customer at the Center: Aligning 13.00 Networking Luncheon channels to customers • The Delivery Model 14.00 Evaluating how profitable are current mobile Advait Kurlekar money initiatives in South Asia regions CEO (Panel Discussion) Upohan Management Consultants • Gain up-to-date insight into how the South Asian market is currently shaped 9.50 Driving Latest Mobile Payments Opportunities and • Understanding successful launches in India, Nepal, Challenges in Bangladesh Bangladesh, the Maldives, Pakistan, Sri Lanka • How the mobile money is driving the innovation at and Bhutan the market? • Who is using mobile money and what are they • Developing the infrastructure to reduce the using it for? transactions costs for the poor Invited Speakers of the Summit • Popularity of SMS-based bill payments and micro credit transfers 14.30 Opportunities for Banks in the M-Commerce • What lies ahead? Revolution Dasgupta Asim Kumar • Developing an m-banking strategy Executive Director • Examining all dimensions: payments, money Bangladesh Bank transfer, retailing, credit • Product innovation10.30 Morning Refreshments • Working in partnership with carriers and retailers • Banking regulation in M-Commerce11.00 Driving the M-Commerce initiative: doing things Fawad Abdul Kader ‘right’ in post launch phase. Unit Head Mobile Payments • Communication MCB Bank • Brand building • Partnership 15.00 Banking Approach Towards Mobile Payments • Ensuring excellent customer experience in India Naveed Ahmed Choudhury • Mobile Banking beyond alternate channels Head of Data Innovation & Applications • ICICI Bank Mobile Payment Model CityCell • Challenges • Way forward.11.30 Digital Payment Systems and Challenges for Sandeep Indurkar Financial Inclusion Head Mobile Payments - Internet Banking & Ajith Salgado Mobile Banking Group Head of IT ICICI Bank Sampath Bank PLC 15.30 Afternoon Refreshments12.00 Engaging Banks in Development of Mobile Payments 16.00 Mobile Banking Adoption • Forming strategic partnerships to deliver next Bhavin Satikunvar generation payment solutions AVP - Internet Banking & Mobile Banking • Examining the business rationale for banks Dhanlaxmi Bank • What opportunities are in the remittance and government disbursement market? 16.30 Outlook on the Latest Mobile Payments • How alliance formation enhances the merchant Implementation in Nepal service proposition Pramod Parmar • Can Banks deliver innovation in retail payments? Business Manager Sazzid Shaikh Nepal Telecom Manager - Mobile Banking ICICI Bank 17.00 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and End of Summit Call +65 6391 2562 to Register! Call our Hotline +65 6391 2552 TODAY to secure your attendance! or email:
  5. 5. ATTN: Mr. Neil Reyes Magenta Global Pte Ltd Registration No.: 200707851H PRINTED MATTER COMPLETE & FAX 20 Kallang Avenue AIR MAIL Level 2 Pico Creative Centre Singapore 339411 REGISTRATION FORM Tel: (65) 6391 2552 Fax: (65) 6392 3592 TO +65 63923592 Mobile Payments & Banking Indian Ocean/South Asia HOW TO REGISTER REGISTER TODAY! POST the completed form together with payment to: Magenta Global Pte Ltd, FEE PER DELEGATE Early Bird Fee Regular Fee 20 Kallang Avenue, Level 2 Register & Pay before Register & Pay after Pico Creative Centre 30 November 2011 30 November 2011 Singapore 339411 EMAIL your details to us at: Retail Merchants US$ 999 US$ 1199 Telecom Operators & US$ 1499 TEL: Neil (65) 6391 2562 US$ 1299 Banks FAX: (65) 6392 3592 Others US$ 1799 US$ 1999 PAYMENT DETAILS • CHEQUE: Please make cheque payable to: Magenta Global Pte Ltd (for Singapore Dollars only)1st delegate 2nd delegate • BANK TRANSFER: Payment by telegraphic transfer Salutation: Mrs/Ms/Mdm/Mr//Dr Salutation: Mrs/Ms/Mdm/Mr//Dr must be made payable to Magenta Global Pte Ltd Account No: 556-002236-301,Name: Name: Swift Code: OCBCSGSG OCBC Bank, Hougang Mall Branch, Position: Position: 90 Hougang Avenue 10, #01-01/02/03 Hougang Mall, Singapore 538766E-Mail E-Mail: (All bank transfers must be marked clearly with the delegate name and event title. Bank charges are to beMobile no.: Mobile no.: deducted from participating company own accounts). Tel: Tel: • CREDIT CARD: Payment by VISA(SGD), Fax: Fax: MasterCard(SGD) or AMEX(SGD & USD) accepted. BOOKING CONDITIONS3rd delegate 4th delegate Full payment must be received prior to the event for Salutation: Mrs/Ms/Mdm/Mr//Dr Salutation: Mrs/Ms/Mdm/Mr//Dr entrance to be guaranteed. If payment is not received a personal credit card will be required to allow entry.Name: Name: A confirmation letter and invoice will be sent to you on Position: Position: receipt of your booking. If you are unable to attend, a substitute delegate is always welcome.If you cancel E-Mail E-Mail: your place in writing 15 working days before the event, a cancellation fee of 10% shall be applicable. Thereafter Mobile no.: Mobile no.: cancellations are not refundable.Tel: Tel: It may be necessary for reasons beyond the control of Fax: Fax: the organizers to alter the content,timings or venue. The company will not accept liability for any transport disruption or any claims whatsoever and in such circumstances the normal cancellation restrictions apply.Company:Address: DATA PROTECTIONCountry: Post code: The personal information provided by you will be held on a database and may be shared with companies in the Name & Title of Training Manager: Magenta Group. Sometimes your details may be made available to external companies for marketing purposes. Main Business/Activity: If you do not wish your details to be used for this purpose, please email the Database Administrator at Contact name for payment confirmation (if different from above) : Fax: E-Mail: HOTEL INFORMATION Ramada ColomboI am paying by: 30 Sir Mohamed Macan Markar Mawatha PO Box 1202 Cheque (made payable to Magenta Global Pte Ltd) Colombo 03, Sri lanka Bank Transfer Tel: 94-11-2422001 Fax: 94-11-2447977 Credit Card: Contact: Evangeline Charmaine Rabot Email: charmaine@ramadacolombo.comCard Number: Security Code: Website: www.ramadacolombo.comName on Card: Expiry date: VISA REQUIREMENTS Visitors to Sri Lanka must hold a valid passport. Nationals of most countries are required to obtain visas to enter theSignature: (Please provide photocopy of front & back of your Credit Card) country. Please check with your respective Sri Lankan embassy, consulate or travel agent for the latest status.CF0059 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z To Register, please email this form to: or call +65 6391 2562 / +65 9671 6408