What’s New in Payments
Leading international innovators explain the latest trends and technologies — Volume 2 is out NOW!
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Retail wallets, mobile money, IoT, AI, PSD2, China, Russia…
Vodafone, The European Banking Authority, Wirecard, Orange, Yandex Money, Rambus, Dejamobile and more share their experience and expertise in this 76-page special report.
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Mobile payments in China
KAPRONASIA founder Zennon Kapron provides an in-depth analysis of the history, status and likely future trends in China’s mobile payments market.
Michael Joseph, founding CEO of Kenyan mobile money pioneer SAFARICOM, discusses the evolution of M-Pesa and the lessons learned since the launch of the service ten years ago.
Marc Rennard, deputy CEO of customer experience and mobile banking at mobile network operator ORANGE, sets out the mobile-only banking opportunity for carriers.
Banks of the future
Lorcan Burke, vice president of business development at DEJAMOBILE, examines the options for banks seeking to stay visible to their customers in an increasingly mobile environment.
IoT and AI
Jörn Leogrande, executive vice president of mobile services at WIRECARD, examines the potential of the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence to transform the way we pay.
RAMBUS presents “How digital wallets will shape the future of retail”, a white paper that explains how retailers can take advantage of mobile payments to both reduce costs and increase their margins.
Mobile payments in Russia
YANDEX MONEY’s business development director Maria Gracheva provides insight into the current status of online and mobile payments in Russia and how the market is likely to evolve.
The PSD2 opportunity
Helene Oger-Zaher from the EUROPEAN BANKING AUTHORITY explains how the EU’s revised Payment Services Directive will bring both challenges and opportunities to European banks.
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What’s New in Payments 1: Blockchain, wearables, IoT, AI, chatbots, mobile, HCE…
Starbucks, Pizza Hut, Barclaycard, Swatch, Frost & Sullivan, CaixaBank, ABN Amro, Nordea and more share their experience and expertise in this 100+ page special report.
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Blockchain and payments
Jean-Noël Georges, global program director at FROST & SULLIVAN, explains how blockchain will disrupt the payments industry.
AIs and chatbots
BARCLAYCARD’s MD of future payments Nick Kerigan and director of future payments Sanjaya Shrestha discuss how conversational commerce will shape the way we pay.
Meysam Moradpour, director of digital ventures at PIZZA HUT, explains how the Internet of Things is becoming the Internet of Commerce.
Srinivas Nidugondi, head of mobile financial solutions at MAHINDRA COMVIVA, sets out how the Indian government’s demonetization initiative is setting the standard for a future without cash.
SWATCH creative director Carlo Giordanetti answers questions on the company’s NFC-enabled Swatch Bellamy and the future of wearable payments.
NORDEA BANK’s Liisa Kanniainen provides readers with detailed insight into the new European PSD2 and GDPR regulations and what they mean for the future role of banks.
Tokenization and the IoT
Rob Macmillan from PROXAMA explains how tokenization works and the key role the technology will play in expanding the world of commerce as we move towards the Internet of Things.
HCE payment security
ANTELOP SOLUTIONS presents “HCE & Tokenization: Perspectives on Security for NFC mobile payments”, a white paper that makes the case for putting security at the heart of HCE projects.
Jos van de Kerkhof, senior product manager for ABN AMRO’s mobile wallet, shares the lessons learned by the Dutch bank in its multi-year search for the right mobile payments solution.
Adding value with payments
Matteo Fermi, head of mobile at CAIXABANK PAYMENTS, sets out why the Spanish bank believes that mobile payments are the best way to add value to traditional banking services in a mobile world.
Jan Nezbeda, innovation manager at CSOB, explains how the Czech bank went about implementing its HCE mobile payments service — and why the next step is a mobile app for the entire shopping experience.
Future of mobile payments
Steve Flanagan, director of marketing at STARBUCKS EUROPE, answers questions on Starbucks and the future of mobile payments.