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As the age of advanced payments dawns, the industry faces myriad challenges, from changing business models and new market entrants to fluctuating levels of consumer take-up. Even the more perennial problems increasingly require innovative solutions,

Thursday July 28 2011

As the age of advanced payments dawns, the industry faces myriad challenges, from changing business models and new market entrants to fluctuating levels of consumer take-up. Even the more perennial problems increasingly require innovative solutions, whether it be achieving movement on SEPA or looking to authentification to tackle the ever-present fraudsters.  

As the age of advanced payments dawns, the industry faces myriad challenges, from changing business models and new market entrants to fluctuating levels of consumer take-up. Even the more perennial problems increasingly require innovative solutions, whether it be achieving movement on SEPA or looking to authentification to tackle the ever-present fraudsters.

 

Exploring all of these topics and more, and complemented by top networking opportunities, Cards and Payments Innovation Europe organised by Marketforce and the IEA promises to deliver the top speakers, take-home insights and first-class networking opportunities that the industry needs.

 

Key speakers include:

 

  • Emmanuelle Fenard, Head of Cards & Credit Business Line, BNP Paribas Consumer Finance
  • Renier Lemmens, CEO, Europe, PayPal
  • Eric Tak, Global Head of Cards, Cash & New Business, ING
  • Jorn Lambert, Head of Emerging Payment Streams, Europe, MasterCard Worldwide
  • Gerard Hartsink, Chairman, European Payments Council
  • Carl Chandler Mullins, Head of Programmes, Orange
  • Max Geerling, Head of Card & iDEAL Payments, Currence