SACC members and guests are welcome to attend a special EPA @Home event on Thursday 10 October, where we will share our Key Findings from the Emerging Payments Association Asia’s Study Tour to Sweden – A Cashless Society.
Lance Blockley (MD The Initiatives Group) who led the study tour will present the key findings and make them come alive, applied to an Australian setting, during his moderation of two-panel sessions where some of the thought leaders in Swedish Payments Technology will participate.
This is what Anna-Lena Wretman, the CEO of Swish, said about EPA Asia Study tour:
“It’s me who should thank you. I think we had a very nice talk and I truly believe in sharing knowledge across the globe to find both similarities and differences. It’s that kind of relationship and cooperation that builds a better world!”
5.00-5.30 Registration and Networking – Drinks and Canapes
5.30-5.35 Welcome Note Director General EPA Asia, Camilla Bullock
5.35-5.45 Presentation Key Findings from a Cashless Society, Lance Blockley
5.45-6.25 Panel 1. Real-Time Payments the Swedish Way
Realtime Payments in Sweden is enabled by Swish and BankID
• BankID has 8 million registrations (Sweden has a population of 10 million) and will be used to authenticate 4.2 billion transactions (not all payment related) in 2019 – an average of 525 uses per ID or almost 1.5 times per day per ID.
• Swish has 6.8 million users, with 68% using it at least monthly; 400 million payments in 2018, equivalent to 40 per year for each person in Sweden
Panellists: Jon White (BPAY Group), Robert Book (Swish/BankID/CGI), Nicholas Hollings (Equinix), Katrina Stuart (NPP)
6.40-7.20 Panel 2. Payments in the world of APIs
Covering areas such as
• How Open Banking and APIs have generated the development of new product offerings
• How does the use of APIs impact payment infrastructure
Panellists: Joakim Sjogren (Minna Technology), Kristofer Rogers (Split Payments), Kees Kwakernaak (Fiserv).
This event is sponsored by Equinix and Split Payments, who are both passionate participants in the payment ecosystem.
7.30-8.30 Networking Drinks
Our host for the evening is Grant Thornton a supporter of Emerging Payments Association Asia.
Tickets are limited.