3rd Annual European Payment Forum
In an ever changing, risky and competitive economical atmosphere, there is a global need to focus on risk mitigation and on safety improvements while investing in innovative customer solutions. Regulations and further strictness is aggravating the challenges in the banking sector. Innovations in mobile and online banking with the emerging cryptocurrency availability are making the financial market lively and active. By attending our 3rd Annual European Payment Forum you will have an outstanding opportunity to engage in peer-to-peer discussions and share valuable information on the current market situation and future prospects.
We cordially invite you to meet, interact and create business relations with the representatives of world-leading corporate and financial institutions!
3rd Annual Retail Banking Forum
Retail lending remains the marginal source of income despite regulation restrictions and legislative pressure. Today's macroeconomic challenges forced banks to change and adjust its strategy in retail lending. In recent years the growth rate of retail banks slowed rapidly with ever-changing economy which radically changed the situation on the world financial markets. In a competitive environment, the struggle for customers’ acquisition and retention imposes increased requirements for banks in general and development of strategies of retail banking. But at all times what remains unchanged is the value of the customer! With the light of the growing number of the new technologies, niches and opportunities – now is the time to make a breakthrough and become the market leader.
The conference will be focusing on what banking products and services are currently in demand, which sales channels are the most efficient, which methods of promotion of banking products are more successful, an insight from the regulators on best ways of rules implementation, how to attract new customers and retain existing ones.
Money20/20, the world’s largest FinTech event, announces launch of Money20/20 Asia
London, UK – 25th October 2016: Money20/20, the world’s largest FinTech events, today announced the launch of Money20/20 Asia, a complete conference and exhibition event for the Asia Pacificbpayments and financial services landscape. The inaugural Money20/20 Asia will take place in Singapore from 13 – 15 March 2018.Read more: Money 20/20 Asia - with the support of the Association
PayExpo Europe 2016
Conference & Expo
7-8 June 2016
Taking place in the Fintech capital of the world, PayExpo Europe is the ultimate event for anyone looking to make their payments process faster, easier or more secure.
PayExpo Europe returns to London in June, once again bringing the entire European payments industry together in the Fintech capital of the world.
As the UK’s largest payments event, PayExpo Europe attracts 2000+ attendees from over 50 countries and 700 different organisations who meet to network, learn about the ever changing payments landscape and make essential business contacts for the year ahead.
If you are from any of the following company types – PayExpo Europe is perfect for you!
Payments solution providers ◦ start-ups ◦ retail banks ◦ public transport operators ◦ MNOs ◦ gaming operators ◦ hotelier / leisure operators ◦ prepaid programme managers ◦ loyalty & personalisation providers ◦ ecommerce providers ◦ POS software providers ◦ investors ◦ advisory firms ◦ government bodies ◦ retailers and other merchants.
For more information and to find out about our innovative event features and workshops visit our website http://www.payexpo.com/europe/rema
Complimentary passes are available for MNOs, retail banks, merchants, gaming operators, start-ups, government and local authorities! Reserve your place now
REMA is a partner of 2nd Emerging Asia FinTech & E-Commerce Summit 2017 in Myanmar
Myanmar is widely recognized as one of the last true frontier economies that can have significant last mover advantages in implementing and leapfrogging technology cycles. While the country is in the middle of a positive economic transition, Myanmar's financial sector is the least developed in South East Asia with the absence of traditional banking infrastructure, and given the sheer size of its emerging market, growth potentials continue to look very promising.Read more: REMA is a partner of 2nd Emerging Asia FinTech & E-Commerce Summit 2017 in Myanmar