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The first seminar on Biometric EMV Payment Cards will be held at the Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay on 18 July. The seminar is part of the Powered & Next-Generation Cards conference and exhibition on 17-18 July 2018.

Paving the way for high value contactless card payments

Global migration to EMV contactless payments
New scheme requirements in many Asian markets mean that from October 2018 all new acceptance terminals must be EMV contactless-enabled and from April 2019 all new cards issued must support EMV contactless technology.

Protection for lost and stolen contactless payment cards
Biometric EMV contactless payment cards prevent fraudsters from making payments on lost and stolen cards and remove the adverse media coverage and customer concerns raised by fraudsters on stolen card spending sprees.

Prevention against RFID hacking of EMV contactless payment cards
So-called contactless skimming scams and hacker claims create negative publicity which alarms cardholders and create PR headaches for banks and their regulators. Biometric EMV contactless cards remove these scenarios.

Secure and convenient higher value contactless card payments
Today it is difficult or impossible for cardholders to make higher value EMV contactless card payments - PIN is not an intuitive fit with a contactless tap. Biometric on-card CVM will accelerate EMV contactless card payments.

Original members of EMVCo all speaking about biometric payment cards

Tac Watanabe
Executive Vice President, Brand Infrastructure & Technologies Department, JCB

Tac Watanabe is Executive Vice President of the Brand Infrastructure & Technologies unit of JCB, and is responsible for developing and managing the delivery of products such as EMV, 3-D Secure, contactless and mobile payments. He is also leading the development of emerging products and services, including mobile wallets, tokenization, biometrics and remote payments, in order to deliver JCB’s unique value to its stakeholders. Tac was appointed to this position in January 2012.
Nimit Gulati
VP - Authentication & Identity Solutions, Asia Pacific, Mastercard

Nimit has been with Mastercard for 10 years. He started in India in merchant acceptance development and then moved to digital payments. He has had extensive experience in driving Mastercard’s e-commerce channel in South Asia and South East Asia. Currently, Nimit is part of the Enterprise Security Solutions team at Mastercard, managing Authentication & Identity Solutions products in APAC region.
Mark Rigby
Senior Director, Global Risk & Authentication Products, Visa

Mark is currently Senior Director, Global Risk & Authentication Products. Within this role he oversees the strategy, policy and new product & service development for Visa’s Chip card products, as well as leading licensing activities for Visa’s chip assets. Mark also represents Visa at EMVCo, the global technical body, serving on the its Board of Managers and Executive Committee. He has over 20 years’ experience in the payments industry, first working with JCB International across EMEA, then positions for Visa based in Europe and the US.

Exhibition Space Limited - Contact us Now!
The Powered & Next-Generation Cards conference and exhibition is the only industry event focused on the future of the payment and identity card business. The 2-day conference will cover:
  • Industry Session - Manufacturing Next-Generation Cards (Day 1)
  • Issuer Session - Seminar on Biometric Payment Cards (Day 2)
  • Exhibition - Latest Card Production Technologies and Solutions

The conference and the exhibition offer excellent opportunities for leading next-generation card solutions providers to engage with card issuers, scheme operators, integrators and partners in the supply chain.

To learn how to participate in Powered and Next-Generation Cards 2018 please contact MOUNISSE ECH CHADLI – Sales Manager of APSCA Asia Pacific at [email protected] or at +86 15618790417.

Click to Join the Next-Generation Cards Linkedin Group
A group of payments/identity professionals with a specific focus on Next-Generation Card solutions such as those with biometric sensors, displays, on-card controls and connectivity for local (e.g. to smartphone) or remote (over mobile networks) communications. If you are with a payment card issuer or scheme, in a government ID agency, working for a transport authority or retailer, or with a fintech that wants to learn more about how cards fit with the digital future of payments and identity then join this group to meet domain experts from the world of next generation powered card solutions.

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