LONDON, Jan. 20, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- This conference will examine why the importance of a good strategy has never been more significant, especially with the large increase in new market players competing with the traditional banks.
The Nordic Card Payments industry is an area which is currently undergoing major change. There are new regulatory demands coming from the EU, which is impacting the banks business revenue models in payments meaning banks need to be more creative to ensure their services are still economically viable.
The importance of a good strategy has also never been more important as there has also been a large increase in new market players competing with the traditional banks. Finally, Fintech is an increasingly important area for Nordic Banks to keep pace with, as new technologies including wallets, E-Signature and mobile payments are becoming available effectively increasing competition. Questions that arise from this such as customer retention and keeping the banks place in the market will be discussed in depth at this well-established conference.
What you can expect from the 2016 conference:
The Nordic Card Market and Future Payment Solutions conference is a great opportunity to come together and hear from leading organisations who will share ideas, solutions and initiatives and to facilitate deeper cooperation in future payments.
Don't forget your business card because you will be networking with the following leading industry experts: Aeris Secure, ALLPAY LIMITED, Bank Of Finland, Barclays Bank, Danish Competition and Consumer Authority, Danmarks Nationalbank, Danske Bank, De Nederlandsche Bank N V, EnterCard, Equens, European Central Bank, EVO Payments, Innovalue Management Advisors, Lansfosakingar Bank, Locke Lord, MasterCard, Nordea Bank Denmark, Nordea Mobile & Emerging Payments, Norges Bank, PayPal, PSE Consulting, Santander Consumer Bank, SEB KORT, SEB Merchant Banking, Sparebanken Oresund, Sparebanken Sor, Tesco Bank, Visa Europe and many more!
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SOURCE SMi Group