Cards & Payments Asia 2013 Expo to Tap on Growth of Mobile and Contactless Technology

Singapore, Feb 25 2013 – The rise of mobile, contactless technology, tighter regulations and emerging payment platforms are driving a revolution. Compounding this change is the increased competition from new entrants such as retailers, telecommunications and non-banks into the payments landscape. The need to be prepared for the future by investing in innovative technology and developing processes to serve the next generation of consumers has never been greater.

Bringing together the whole payments ecosystem in Asia, the 18th Cards & Payments Asia is a comprehensive platform that will present insights on how consumers can leverage innovative platforms and keep pace with the latest digital security, smart technologies and payment trends. 2013 will see a total of 8 shows in 1 expo floor encapsulating end-to-end products, services and solutions for banks, telecommunications and mobile network operators, enterprises, government agencies, ticket and transport operators, travel and hospitality, financial institutions and retail and F&B companies to drive and grow service and profitability for these businesses.

Key highlights at the event will include:
  • 4 dedicated seminar theatres with over 70 free case study educational seminars on the latest industry development and hoDear Brandon Teoh,Dear Brandon Teoh,w to leverage on them to propel business growth
  • A Future Village Zone that will showcase the latest and most futuristic product innovations including ‘First in Asia’ and worldwide launches
  • An NFC-in-Action Zone that will demo top NFC product innovations and NFC-enabled handsets
  • Diverse country pavilions from Singapore, China, France and Korea that will bring you exhibitors from the region

With a track record spanning 17 years, the 2 day exhibition and conference will attract close to 250 exhibitors, 500 conference attendees and 8,000 visitors from over 50 countries in Asia and globally. Major sponsors at the 2013 edition include V2Pay, NXP, Datacard, Intel, WorldPay, Zebra Technologies, Sprooki, C-Sam, OmniPay, Nagra ID, Quatrro, Sony, SDL and UL Transaction Security.

More than 100 industry leaders will address conference attendees on the most pressing issues, challenges and opportunities on the following topics: Cards & Payments, NFC, Information Security, Retail and Future Bank. Over the course of 2 conference days, key leading speakers participating in our 2013 edition include:

Cards & Payments
  • Tony Chew, Director (Specialist Advisor), Monetary Authority of Singapore
  • Nicholas Lee, CEO, EZ-Link
  • Richard Harris, Head of Retail Banking, Vietnam International Bank

  • Mun Ling Yeong, Vice President, Business Strategy & Product Management, Starhub
  • Jonathan Suh, Global Director, Korea Smart Card
  • Char-Shin Miou, Project Director, NFC, Chunghwa Telecom

Future Bank
  • Aman Narain, Global Head of Remote Banking, Standard Chartered
  • Sandeep Indurkar, Head of Mobile Payments, ICICI Bank
  • Ian Whitehead, Director of Retail & Business Banking, Commonwealth Bank

Information Security
  • Vishal Salvi, Chief Inforamtion Security Officer, HDFC Bank
  • Brian Hay, Detective Superintendent, Queensland Police Department
  • Mike Usher, Director – Information Risk, Prudential

  • Anthony Rose, Vice President – Corporate Affairs, Walmart Asia
  • Nishad Alani, Vice President, Retail Operations, Starbucks Asia Pacific
  • Pablo Perversi, Vice President, Foods SEA, Unilever


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