The Summit, taking place at the Grange Hotel Tower Hill April 20th and 21st of this year, will feature speakers including Raman Sethi, Vice President of Mobile from Barclays, and Chris Bush, Technology Lead — Mobile at BP Retail.
Other speakers include Julio Faura, Head of Corporate Development at Santander, and Stefan Happ, Executive Vice President and General Manager of Global Emerging Payments at American Express.
The conference will cover topics including the future of authentication, scaling a seamless mobile wallet solution and mobile solutions for the unbanked.
Speaking about last year’s conference Jason Manning, Vice President of Cash Management at Barclays, said: “The conference provided good insight and debate on the key issues facing the future of mobile payments.”
Click here to learn more about the conference, including a list of all confirmed speakers and discussion topics.
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