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Where’s the Next Digital Banking Spend? Keep up with Dr Moekti chairing The OmniChannels Panel.
Priorities for Channel Initiatives in Indonesia: Carl lets us in on how FinTech must change to win.
What 22,000 Consumers Want Indonesian Banks to Know: Gerald talks about data analytics.
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Success in emerging payments markets depends on your ability to solve life’s daily problems.
The sheer gargantuan size of Indonesia with 240 million people might seem a sufficient business proposition to enter this market.
Despite the challenges from the cap in interest rates, card issuance requirements and authentication and credit limit cap, which affected credit card growth, the country still managed to grow its e-commerce markets.
This was driven to a large degree by positive economic outlook, better regulatory framework and increasing demand for debit and prepaid cards due to rising wealth and urbanisation.
Yet credit transfers and cheques remain to be the most popular channels because past experiences with banks cloud people’s interest in trying again: fees, losing access, accounts being closed due to low balance, perceptions of time wasted in procedures and lines.
Many low-income people don’t think banks are for them. The middle-class and merchants prioritize speed, accuracy and transparency. And value-added applications on smart phones are key requirements.
The Payments, Settlements and Remittances Asia 2015(13-14 August 2015, Jakarta) is designed to help you deepen your local and international payments network, market effectively and be relevant to Indonesia’s and emerging Asia’s widely dispersed, yet booming payments market.
WHY ATTEND PSRA 2015?
1. Retail banks face extinction in digital world. Omnichannel banking is the key to survival.
Because consumers are now banking in different ways at different times, omni-channels need to be perfected. Meet people who have already scaled payments and achieved wide adoption, like Dr Moekti Soejachmoen, Head of Mandiri Institute, Bank Mandiri, who will be chairing the panel on Omni-Channels to Support Digital Banking and Discuss How You Can Widen Adoption with practical insights.
In just 17 years, Bank Mandiri has earned 16 million banking customers, with US$ 2bn in profits. Through important partnerships, it is set to grow to tap the 50 million Indonesians who will enter the middle class before 2020. Don’t you want this valuable inside information?
2. Evolving customer needs are driving changes in all
banking delivery channels. FIs must change to survive.
In the past, banks had taken 350 years to achieve 60 million (customers). Your business will die if you continue at this pace. Stop time-consuming guesswork by tapping into experts who combine deep knowledge of banking with the discipline of market research.
Gerald Ferguson will share insights that have saved banks millions of dollars in implementing payments solutions by providing a ‘crystal clear’ picture of your market opportunity and the necessary marketing strategy needed to realise it.
3. Indonesians are the most risk averse in Asia; they want security, real-time visibility and personalised service.
The more secure your payment channels, the more your customers will transact with you. While it takes 170 days to detect a malicious attack on your payment channel, it only takes 170 seconds after that to lose your customer base.
Carl Clump knows implementing secure payments inside out, with over 3 decades of experience as a former chief executive of ReD, a leader in fraud prevention solutions. Attend the panel discussion he’s chairing on 13 August at 1610.
4. Retailers need to innovate in payment channels to stay liquidity, grow the base and retain customers.
Consumer companies, like Unilever, can sell soap to 250mn Indonesians because it’s available in 300,000 shops. How much can you earn if you can piggyback off your existing networks?
Meet retailers and partner networks at 1440, 13 August 2015.
2015 ASIAN LEADER FOR FINANCIAL DEEPENING
The Honorable Agus
2015 ASIAN BANKING VISIONARY
2015 ASIAN MARKET BUILDER OF THE YEAR
What’s the Future of Retail Payments? Roy, former Yahoo! ID CEO gives the lowdown.
PSRA is the boutique conference for FinTech professionals in Asia.
The insights are globally
current with local relevance, the agenda design is upscale and the discussions are action focused,
genuine and intimate.
- Mr. Helal Ahmed Chowdhury, CEO, Pubali Bank
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In Indonesia and many parts of emerging Asia, people trust people more than they do faceless institutions. Your safe, secure and reliably fast technology just gets a foot in the door, but to earn their trust, your payments solutions should be integral to their customers’ daily lives.
In 2015, the pressure is on to drive growth and profitability. There’s a lot of distracting trends. So it’s critical to filter through and focus on solutions that will work in your context. Attend PSRA 2015 and gain bespoke insights into:
How can you ensure that your digital banking strategy is implemented cost-efficiently?
ATM networks will retain its relevance in the less-cash landscape. How exactly?
World Bank’s payments and financial inclusion initiatives, highlighted by Isaku Endo
Guillaume de Gantès
Senior Vice President
PT Rintis Sejahtera (PRIMA ATM & Debit Network)
Senior Payments Specialist
Not all payment innovations work. Discover how you can create winners.
2009 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year shares how he gained wide adoption.
If you are building an online marketplace, here’s a case study that you should hear.
SVP, Global Payments &
Founder & CEO
Baba Rafi Enterprise
Telr provides an innovative payment gateway perfect for Indonesian and SEA context.
Ravi highlights a digital payment platform focusing on families. Right on the money!
Customers are more demanding. What if you can serve all of them ‘face-to-face’?
Online Payment Gateway
CEO and Co-Founder Telr.com
Smart Mobile Payment
Video Consumer Facing
CEO & Founder
Customer analytics and how retail banking will respond to market changes.
Why customers are annoyed with banks and how OmniChannel banking can help.
Vice President Director
Senior Executive Vice President Transaction Banking, Bank Mandiri
VP, Product Management & MarCom Head
The Center for Banking and Financial Services (Center for Banking) is an industry research centre (IRC) that works to bring top executives together in communities of learning and practice, recognise professional excellence in global banking and channel top expertise to where the world needs it most.
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Gain face-to-face time with retail bankers and ecommerce companies
Gain media mileage and broad distribution for your compelling content and solutions
Demo your solutions riding on the event’s authentic, experiential programming
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Thomas suggests how banks can catch up with tech disruptions
Present the CBFS Banking Excellence Awards 2015 and gain valuable branding
Growing your payments business and making it profitable are the main objectives during the 5th annual Payments, Settlements and Remittances Asia on 13-14 August 2015 in Jakarta, bringing you partners, techniques and technologies to ensure robust adoption and usage of your payments solutions. Register today!
Breathe new life into your business.Register at the 5th annual Payments, Settlements and Remittances Asia 2015 for only US$3950 per person via email: email@example.com or use the online form.