Over the course of the three days, attendees will hear from leading organisations such as Diamond Trust Bank, National Bank of Kenya, Microsave, African Leadership Network and Grameen Foundation. Nedbank, Uganda Communications Commission, USAID and UN World Food Programme.
Topics of discussion will include Regulation & Ecosystem Development, Leveraging the Social Consumer: Social Payments & Banking, Building a Contactless Infrastructure and Next Generation Financial Services. There will be no better opportunity for professionals involved with the future of payments in Africa to obtain a clear and accurate assessment of the sector, how far it has come and what is shaping its future.
Features include the renowned Payments Dragons’ Den for start-ups, the E-Money Licensing Workshop (19 May) led by Neopay, and the 20+ stand exhibition.
The event is co-located with Transport Ticketing Africa, a launch event organised by the creators of Transport Ticketing & Passenger Information Global in London. Delegates can attend both of the conferences.
A three-day conference pass for delegates from a solution provider is £1,748. Delegates from a bank or mobile network operator can attend for £849. A three-day conference pass for delegates from the retail sector is complimentary. Two-day rates, local rates and group discounts are available – please enquire direct.
About Payments members/subscribers benefit from a 20% discount on the current conference fee.* Register here using the promotional code ‘MMAAP20’ to claim!
*Applies to new bookings only