Mobile phones will have become the primary banking channel by 2015.
Do you know that:
A bank’s maximum foreign exchange settlement exposure could equal, or even surpass, the amount receivable for three days’ worth of trades, so that at any point in time, the amount at risk to even a single counterparty could exceed a bank’s capital?
Due to the global financial crisis, capital flows and volatility of exchange rates have increased. With the advent of internationally mobile middle class societies in emerging markets increasing their transactions in e-commerce and telebanking, you face increased risks in credit, liquidity, operations and regulation.
Payments, Settlements & Remittances 2011 is an informed forum that looks deep into the issues of stability in your financial settlements infrastructure, with a focus on multilateral payment and settlement systems, especially in this period of increased, shifting, concentrating and transforming risks in unanticipated ways.
Attend Payments, Settlements & Remittances 2011 (15 December 2011 | Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) - Asia’s most informed meeting place for central banks, commercial banks, settlement systems architects and connected payment services providers looking to modernise their settlement systems for increased efficiency, cost reduction, wider choices and adequate security! REGISTER EARLY and claim USD 300 off!
Top 6 New Reasons why this programme is a must attend!
Benchmark with the world’s payments systems at PSR 2011.
P.S. Help companies reduce their losses from settlement risks!
A 3-hour workshop or 30-minute presentation are great ways to pitch your services and exhibit thought leadership that large exhibitions cannot offer. This is not just about plain visibility; it’s about showcasing why they should pick your service.