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Джакарта, Индонезия 30 – 31 мая / 2012
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PSRA 2012 is Asia’s most informed meeting place for central banks, commercial banks, settlement systems architects and connected payment services providers. As more and more people now work overseas with mobile phones and internet access, mobile, e-banking and newer payment technologies are seen as being powerful driving forces used to transact funds and this is what the forum will focus on.
As banks, we have spent billions of dollars over the past decade developing and deploying technology that is supposed to give consumers a new way to pay for stuff, squeezing out old-fashioned cash. Yet as financial companies spend freely in a rush to the latest frontier, known as mobile payments, previous technology stumbles offer a reminder of how tough it can be to change consumer habits. Security threats are advancing and transaction costs escalating, so our banks systems must be prepared to meet the challenges of the new century. As volumes and transacted values increase, you need to update, implement and enhance your settlement systems, technologies and techniques to meet the escalating needs of your treasured customers.
Banks must update, implement and enhance their settlement systems, technologies and techniques to meet the challenges of the new century. Payments, Settlements, Remittances Asia 2012 is uniquely designed to gather actionable insights for regulators, commercial banks and private payment providers to achieve efficient and fraud-free transactions, monetise the new payment technologies, cut transactions costs and of course, networking.
Unquestionably, this is the most important meeting this year since main services providers such as Bank Indonesia, Bank of Thailand, Central Bank of the Philippines, Reserve Bank of India, National Payments Corp, Bank Negara Indonesia, Visa, MasterCard and PayPal will be present. Plus, Asian Central Banks will benchmark new payments methods in a matchless panel discussion.