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Mobile payments are the gateway for financial inclusion and economic growth in Latin America. To enhance adoption, there needs to be an increased focus on communicating the value proposition to the customer by developing suitable features and attractive user experiences. This event will address the biggest barriers to mobile payments adoption, providing practical takeaways to help businesses develop the next strategies to increase adoption.

Our 2016 Speaker Line Up

The Mobile Payments Summit Latam 2016 brings together over 25 of the leading regional experts in launching seamless mobile payment and banking experiences across the Latin American region to share critical ideas and new business practises.

Life. SREDA

Vladislav Solodkiy

Managing Partner

Asobancaria Colombia

Santiago Castro

President

VISA Inc.

Allen Cueli

Senior Director, Mobile Solutions

MasterCard

Daniel Cohen

Senior VP, Digital Payments and Labs

Scotiabank

Jose Enquinca

VP. Retail Strategy

Tigo Money

Eleonora Gabaldon

Mobile Financial Services International Business Development

  • EDUCATION, EDUCATION, EDUCATION: Getting the technology right is just one part of the equation. Build a robust marketing strategy around the tech to dispel security concerns and ensure maximum uptake
  • INCREASINGLY SMART: Explore successful initiatives and attractive partnerships to encourage the switch from feature phone to smartphone to unlock lucrative online m-commerce revenue
  • SEAMLESS PRODUCT FLOW: Develop compelling mobile products for the divided consumer and provide a seamless user experience across feature phone, smartphone and mobile web to create winning products
  • SECURING MOBILE TRANSACTIONS: Evaluate the latest and safest mobile payment formats to eliminate the risk of hacks and gain vital trust from consumers to move away from cash based payments
  • INCREASING REGULATIONAL CLARITY: Understand the regulatory landscape for mobile payments and learn about the organisational changes necessary following new regulation in the banking sector.
  • MADE IN LATIN AMERICA! Banorte, Wells Fargo, Fintonic and Linio reveal how to build products bespoke to diverse social, economic & political realities across the region that will ignite the potential of this lucrative but fragmented market

Some of the companies who attended previously:

Key Trends at the previous Mobile Payments Latin America Summit:

Take a look at the must know trends and topics to get up to speed on:

MOBILE PAYMENTS READY FOR TAKE OFF: Cash driven economy, a vast population unserved by formal financial services and high rates of mobile phone adoption; the ingredients are all there. Devise a strategic business model to seize a market that is primed for the taking

CAPTURE THE BANKED & UNBANKED: Create a scalable solution that will enable the development of an all-encompassing mobile strategy from financial inclusion services to seamless mCommerce experiences

PAYMENTS MOVE INTO THE CLOUD: With innovative cloud based solutions vying for attention against more established SMS/USSD and NFC technologies, find the tech. strategy that works across the board – from feature phones to smartphones

EDUCATION, EDUCATION, EDUCATION: Getting the technology right is just one part of the equation. Build a robust marketing strategy around the tech. to dispel security concerns and ensure maximum uptake

FROM COMPETITION TO COOPETITION: Grasp how collaboration is essential to overcome infrastructural barriers, including poor network coverage and a lack of standardization to create a scalable, interoperable and reliable platform that benefits the entire ecosystem

MADE IN LATIN AMERICA! Banorte, Scotiabank, MasterCard, SAP & Mercado Pago reveal how to build products bespoke to diverse social, economic & political realities across the region that will ignite the potential of this lucrative but fragmented market

OUR TRACK RECORD OF PROVEN SUCCESS

“Being a first time attendant, I was glad to see different models from across the region being shared. I appreciated the rich diversity of views, with conference participants representing different actors from the mobile payments ecosystem. Definitely joining next year's event.”

Independent Consultant

“For me, this was an outstanding conference. I learnt a lot and made many contacts. The panel discussions were very interesting and should be repeated next year.”

PagosWeb

“The conference was a great opportunity to share knowledge and experiences with the different companies across the value chain. Obviously, it is up to every participant to try and gain as many benefits as possible form these encounters.”

PayU Latam