Cards & Payments Philippines 2016, Tuesday 6 September 2016

Malikkhan Kotadia

Chair's opening remarks

Anthony Thomson

A car in a field full of horses – or how to disrupt the Financial services Industry

  • Defining a sense of purpose for E-Payments

  • Why banks think customers trust them and why customers don’t

  • Why most innovation fails to disrupt the sector
Edgar Tejerero

Retail-tainment: bridging the gap through innovation

  • Showcasing the integrated e-wallet for retail, leisure, dining, and entertainment

  • Defining the holistic, unified customer experience with ePLUS

John Rubio

Towards a financially inclusive society: Adapting with the digital disruptions in the financial landscape

  • Making the case for financial inclusion in an age of digital disruption

  • As Filipinos embrace the digital lifestyle, what are the new challenges for financial inclusion

  • Countering the lure of underground and informal money lenders via social inclusion

  • Emerging best practices in digital literacy and consumer protection programmes

Panel discussion

Plenary Panel: Enabling regulation in Philippine financial security and inclusion

  • The premise for banking regulation in the Philippines for greater security and inclusion
  • Focusing on cross border perspective and international partnerships between fintech and blockchain for greater efficacy and effectiveness
  • Data centric approaches to risk scoring and KYC regulation
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Seamless Philippines 2017 Launch


Networking & refreshment break

Innovations in merchant space

Alex G Ilagan
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Chair's opening remarks

Malikkhan Kotadia
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Digital Disruption: impact on existing models.

Bea Tan
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The future is here: leveraging on biometrics for consumer E-payments

  • Leveraging voice biometrics to make the authentication process secure and seamless

  • Digitizing to simplify and provide better customer experience

Jojo Ajero
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The Bayad Centre story: leading the disruptive initiative and integrating operational relations

  • To succeed in a platform transition, start with a strong product and a critical mass of users.

  • Apply a hybrid business model and mindset, not just a product mindset, focused on creating & capturing new value.

  • Keep moving. Be on the lookout for more growth points without losing sight of your brand.
Ros Oh
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Bringing e-payments and ecommerce to the next level through certification

  • Securing online ecosystems for accepting e-payments

  • What are the relevant standards and best practises to enhance payment security and quality

  • Improving stakeholder confidence through certification

Networking & lunch break


Roundtable Sessions

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Multidimensional challenges of digitizing payments in the micropayments space

round tables
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Building agent banking networks for expanding distribution channels

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Factors Influencing adoption of Electronic Payments by SMEs

Focus on Fintech & Blockchain

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Fintech + digital currency for SMEs  - convergence or collision?

  • How FinTech disruptors are providing alternative solutions for SMEs in emerging markets

  • Integrating digital payment and broader financing solutions in enabling customer-centricity and adoption

  • Crystallising value propositions for cross border collaboration
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The Asian experience of alternative payment services

  • Adopting lessons learnt from the Silicon Valley to the payment ecosystem in the Philippines

  • Sharing a business model for the unbanked and emerging markets

  • Forecasting the potential growth of bitcoin in Asia
Dante Fuentes
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The further applicability and regulation of blockchain technology

  • What are non-Bitcoin applications of blockchain technology beyond remittance and financial inclusion

  • Realising a transparent and decentralized global platform of multi-currency exchange

  • Standardisation for Banking FIs & Non-Banking FIs adoption of blockchain and bitcoin

Alex G Ilagan
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Chair's closing remarks


Networking & refreshments

Closing Keynote Plenary

Mark Joaquin Ruiz

Case study: the microfinanced franchise model

  • Insights on the success behind Hapinoy’s mobile-based programme, BizMo

  • What does it mean to be the “preferred business partner of the poor”

  • Leveraging on financial Innovation and education for small business holders and unbanked startups
Mark Joaquin Ruiz

Against all odds: the rise of the Microentrepreneurs

This is a specially curated segment in which we will feature ambassadors from Hapinoy. Ordinary Filipino microentrepreneurs who have made a difference to their lives and communities with the advent of financial inclusion and microfinance.  Join us for this exclusive opportunity led by Hapinoy President, Mark Joaquin Ruiz to meet them and learn from their vivid experiences going from rags to riches.

Networking Refreshments & End of Day 1

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Cards & Payments Philippines 2016, Wednesday 7 September 2016


Morning networking session

Morning keynote plenary

Vincent Tobias

Chair’s opening address

Vincent Tobias, Lead, Innovation, Ayala Corporation
Inanc Balci

Realizing the potential of e-commerce for SMEs in the global economy

  • Reaping the benefits of electronic commerce:

  • The challenge for SMEs

  • Diffusion of adoption and usage of E-commerce by SMEs

  • The keys to E-competitiveness

    • Forging  their own e–commerce strategies

    • Fostering into e-partnerships
Noemi Azura

Revolutionising Filipino healthcare: embracing the omni age of e-commerce

  • How Philcare leverages on e-commerce to expand healthcare access and services in the Philippines

  • Public and private-sector partnerships for mobile and NFC payments: How and when do these work well

  • Universal healthcare coverage in the government's "inclusion " agenda

  • The digital transformation continued, how other traditional industries can leverage on e-payments and e-commerce for success
Paulo Campos

The premise for E-commerce restructuring in 2016: The winner takes it all

  • How can non Chinese E-Commerce players compete for a share of the market

  • A shift towards more niche stories and larger points of content for differentiation and competitiveness

  • Looking into other sectors such as fintech and big data for innovation

  • What is the next big disruption for E-commerce
Inanc Balci

New government, new strategy: how will e-commerce growth continue to be supported post-election

  • How can the E-commerce industry make its voice heard with the new government

  • Continuation over disruption: the value in maintaining existing government strategies on innovation

  • The challenges and opportunities around foreign business growth in the Philippines
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Speed Networking Session


Morning refreshments & networking break

Innovations in the consumer space

Alex G Ilagan
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Chair's opening remarks

Joey Mendoza
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Leveraging on e-money for a seamless payments experience

  • Banks vs alternative financiers: competition or complementary
  • Removing friction and enabling the actionable customer journey

  • Real time analytics for transaction route monitoring and security
Tunmbi Idowu
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Interoperability as a means to financial and social inclusion

  • Meaning of interoperability, any challenges, proposition and solutions, then the benefits

  • Reliance of financial and social inclusion on interoperability

  • Environment within which interoperability shall thrive
Jennifer M. Tantan
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Payments mobilised: Is banking about to be “uberised”

  • How the mobile payment revolution will  drive the uberisation of the economy  towards an on demand culture

  • New and alternative models of lending  (online lending and peer to peer  marketplaces)

  • Focusing on customer experience and  the evolution of customer­ centric initiatives from banks   


Networking lunch break

Defining loyalty in the digital age

Mr Ed Pasion
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Greater loyalty, greater functionality in the membership economy

  • Delivering true value to your customers with loyalty cards partnerships

  • Measures to promote rewards and incentives for omnipayment channels

  • Driving down operational costs and increasing mercantile confidence

Spotlight on Filipino Innovation

This is an interactive, 2-tiered engagement session that allows delegates to meet and discuss on the very latest happenings with industry leaders and trendsetters to the Filipino market
Arvie De Vera II
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Progressing to a cashless society and working towards financial inclusion

  • Innovative solutions to solve cash pain points

  • Tapping into a neglected segment- doing good and making a profit

  • Using mobile money in a collaborative model to scale and service 300,000 unbanked
Gigi Gatti
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Case study: The rural agent network - challenges and possibilities

  • How agent networks have fueled financial inclusion success in the remote provinces

  • The role of the pawn shop in enhancing financial inclusion

  • E-money and challenges risks of the non-bank led model
Alex G Ilagan
Cards & Payments Philippines 2016

Chair's closing remarks

Networking Refreshments & End of Day 2

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