Banking and payments industry strategies to address risk and prevent fraud 2018.
“How to be best in class in fighting financial crime”
10th & 11th April 2018
2018 is a watershed year in the regulation of payments and banking. The changes which take effect this year will have long term impact of the industry.
Our conference will look at where we are today and the challenges faced by banks, card issuers / acquirers and transaction processors and other financial institutions. What you need to know and how to stay ahead of the game and ensure that your business is ready and able to not just cope but aspire to be best in class to face the future.
The changes taking place in regulation are driving changes to the way we do business, how financial crime is detected, prevented and reported.
Our panel of subject matter experts will guide our deliberations – in previous years this conference has successfully drawn insightful experts with great communications skills who provoke our audiences, we look forward to again providing access to key speakers from across the payments industry.
Ecommerce, mobile and alternative payments are all influencing the rapidly changing payments world. Innovation sees retailers increasing using multi-channel strategies to engage customers. Payments providers want to offer easy acceptance and faster processing. More specialist providers offer a diversity of tailored solutions. The payments chain has multiple stakeholders, banks, retailers and merchants, processors, mobile networks, payments schemes and customers.
Understanding this disparate world and how to manage transactional risks, processing challenges, regulation and asset protection is essential to being able to prevent financial crime.
The 2018 conference provides the forum to examine your fraud and risk strategy. The conference brings together many different stakeholders in the banking and payments ecosphere and will give you tremendous insights to help you navigate the complex world we live in today. Can you afford not to be there in April 2018 as we look in depth at the challenges facing the banking and payments value chain?
Bookmark this site and check back with us as we develop the agenda and speaker list for the 2018 Fraud Conference. If you are interested in participating as a speaker, sponsor, exhibitor or attendee please contact us.
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