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Risk management for open-loop payments in transit
A major concern for operators is managing the risk of accepting EMV contactless payments in off-line scenarios. How does risk change when accepting open-loop payments? How can innovative use of lists help to manage risk? What agreements should transport authorities aim for with card issuing banks? What is the role of the schemes? How should transport authorities manage declines on open-loop payments and what are effective debt recovery strategies? What differences are there between accepting local and foreign EMV contactless payment cards?

Case studies from Australia and UK
This session looks at lessons learned from cities with populations ranging from 150,000 to 5 million and different public transport infrastructures in the UK and Australia that include rail, bus, ferries and more. This will explore the latest findings about business models and strategies to manage risk when accepting bank-issued payment cards in transit.

Lewis Clark, Executive Director, Information and Ticketing Services,
Customer Services Division, Transport for NSW

Lewis is the Executive Director of Information and Ticketing Services at Transport for New South Wales. His role is integral in ensuring customers travelling on Public Transport in NSW have a seamless, positive ticketing experience, and are able to access the integrated transport system. In addition to this, Lewis is responsible for the management and provision of subsidised and concession travel arrangements across the state of NSW, including access to transport for disability sectors, free and subsidised school travel and seniors travel.
Michael Walters, Independent Consultant
Michael is an entrepreneurial and globally experienced financial services/information technology professional who has specialised in card and payment products and technologies for financial institutions, retailers / wholesalers, telecommunications carriers / MNO's, transport / transit organisations and governments for over 25 years.

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Transport Payments Asia Pacific 2018 provides excellent opportunities for leading technology and solution providers to communicate information about their company, their brand, and their products and services to end-users responsible for implementing and managing transport revenue collection schemes in Asia Pacific.

To take the opportunity, please contact Elaine Li, Business Development Manager of APSCA at [email protected] or at +86 13671773143.

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