Eight innovators from around the world share the latest thinking on the future of payments in this 76-page special report from the NFC World team.
This second volume of What’s New in Payments features in-depth articles on the mobile payments market in China, the rise of mobile money, the potential of mobile-only banks, the bank of the future, the role of the IoT and artificial intelligence in payments, the retailer wallet opportunity, the market in Russia and the challenges and possibilities created by Europe’s new PSD2 regulations.
What’s New in Payments Volume Two includes in-depth technical articles, thought pieces, lessons learned by early adopters, Q&As and more, all contributed by experts with real world experience at the cutting edge of payments.
- Kapronasia founder Zennon Kapron provides an in-depth analysis of the history, status and likely future trends in China’s mobile payments market.
- Michael Joseph, founding CEO of Kenyan mobile money pioneer Safaricom and now director of mobile money at Vodafone Group, discusses the evolution of M-Pesa and the lessons learned since the launch of the mobile money service ten years ago.
- Marc Rennard, deputy CEO of customer experience and mobile banking at mobile network operator Orange, sets out the mobile-only banking opportunity for carriers.
- Lorcan Burke, vice president of business development at Dejamobile, examines the options for banks seeking to stay visible to their customers in an increasingly mobile environment.
- Jörn Leogrande, Wirecard’s executive vice president of mobile services, examines the potential for the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence to transform the way we pay.
- Rambus presents “How digital wallets will shape the future of retail”, a white paper that explains how retailers can take advantage of mobile payments to both reduce costs and increase their margins.
- Yandex Money’s business development director Maria Gracheva provides insight into the current status of online and mobile payments in Russia and how the market is likely to evolve.
- Helene Oger-Zaher from the European Banking Authority explains how the EU’s revised Payment Services Directive, PSD2, will bring both challenges and opportunities to European banks.
This special report has been produced by NFC World and is sponsored by Dejamobile, Rambus and Wirecard.
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This 76-page document is available free of charge to NFC World Knowledge Centre members (PDF format, 11.9MB).
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