Monday 24 July 2017.
The Global Money Transfer Summit will take place on 10th & 11th October 2017 at The Banking Hall, London, UK. The most recognised conference in the remittance industry, it attracts business leaders from money transfer companies, banks, regulators, inter-governmental agencies, technology companies and international legal firms from across the world.
The theme for the conference this year is The future of remittance – technological advances and how they will change the industry. First speakers announced as part of the 2 day conference programme are:
Samish Kumar, CEO, Transfast
Sebastian Plubins, Managing Director Europe, Middle East, Africa & South Asia, Ria Money Transfer
Kabirou Mbodje, CEO, WARI
Marc Matthews, Head of Northern Europe & MGO, MoneyGram International
Asli Ozceri, Chief Compliance Officer, Moneytrans Payments Services
Eugenio Nigro, Head of Remittances, Latin America, The Caribbean, The Middle East & Africa, Paypal
Eric Guichard, Co-Founder, Global MESA Ltd
Lisa Nestor, Director of Partnerships, Stellar.org
Edan Yago, CEO & Founder, Epiphyte Corporation
Luis Buenaventura, Chief Technology Officer & Founder, Bloom Solutions
Sajeev Viswanathan, Entrepreneur & active investor
Satwik Seshasai, Chief Technology Officer, Segovia
Nicholas Vonthron, Executive VP – Africa, TransferTo
Olivier Merlan, Executive Vice President, LOGOS ITS iDETECT
Hem Raj Dhakal, Founder & Managing Director, IME Group
Veronica Studsgaard, Founder and CEO of the International Association of Money Transfer Networks (IAMTN) comments “We are delighted to have soo many global leaders speaking at the conference in London. The speakers will address the regulatory and technological transitions that the money transfer business is currently going through, offering both strategic and practical advice to all those involved in remittance”
There are a limited number of tickets available at a full price of £1200 + VAT. There are discounts for IAMTN members. Tickets can be booked at https://www.gmts-iamtn.com
The International Association of Money Transfer Networks-IAMTN-is the only international organisation that represents Money Transfer Industry/Payment Institutions providing cross border payments across the globe. IAMTN was founded in 2005 to respond to repeated calls for a body that could represent the industry at an international level.
IAMTN works closely with governments, regulators, regional associations, payments stakeholders and individuals to create the most effective, safe, reliable and efficient payment system possible. For this purpose IAMTN represents and defends the common interests of it’s Members and works on removing the obstacles that prevent institutions from implementing their activities. IAMTN is a member of the Action Group on Cross Border Remittances set up by the UK Government.
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