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6th Annual Mobile Banking & Emerging Applications Summit
June 10-12, 2012 | Westin St. Francis, San Francisco, CA
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The industry's heightened interest in mobile banking is making this our largest mobile banking summit ever.
Join hundreds of executives in charge of mobile banking, mobile payments and online banking to hear in-depth panel discussions and presentations on the progress, challenges and opportunities within mobile financial services.

Create your learning experience from 2 breakout sessions:
Mobile Banking in Action | Mobile Payments & Emerging Apps

Register now.
To Register by phone call Joe Frega at 212.803.8348



SPEAKER HIGHLIGHTS



Titi Cole
Payments Solutions Executive
Bank of America


Joshua Reich
Co-Founder and CEO
BankSimple


Andrew Hoog
Chief Investigative Officer
viaForensics

Matthew Wilcox
Vice President of E-business and Internet Marketing
Zions Bank


This year’s Mobile Banking & Emerging Applications Summit agenda covers:

The nuts and bolts of mobile banking

  • Lessons learned from banks of all sizes
  • What’s been the ROI for banks that have deployed mobile services thus far?
  • Security and risk management
  • What’s the right solution and mix of services for your customers?

The evolution of mobile payments

  • NFC-enabled
  • Person to person
  • Payment applications
  • Social media driven payments
  • Perspectives from the point of sale

The next phase of mobile financial services

  • Remote deposit capture
  • Corporate mobile banking
  • Location-based services
  • Mobile financial services beyond the mobile phone
  • What will mobile financial services look like 10 years from now?


Get connected with mobile financial services movers & shakers
Now that the big banks have run their initial mobile banking pilots and tests, the industry is moving into the next phase of mobile financial services.

More sophisticated services such as remote deposit capture, location-based services, and, most significantly, mobile payments are now on offer and gaining traction. And customers are not just willing but expecting these services from their banks.

Smaller financial institutions are learning from their larger counterparts, and even looking to gain competitive advantage by implementing more sophisticated mobile services.

But not every bank has even the most basic services available. And at every stage, mobile banking has its specific implementation challenges, not to mention what it takes to start building applications for smartphones, examining the risks involved, and building the business case.

The Mobile Banking & Emerging Applications Summit features the nuts and bolts of mobile banking and payments, as well as what’s on the horizon—the types of emerging applications that will take your institution into the next phase of mobile financial services.


Who attends our Summit



With senior executives from across the U.S. you will have the perfect opportunity to meet banking executives in charge of mobile banking, mobile payments, and online banking; mobile service providers, emerging application developers and key industry analysts.






Register NOW! To register by phone, call, Joe Frega at 212.803.8348 or 800.803.3424.

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Conference Pricing

Attendee Type Standard Onsite
Financial institution, bank, credit union, or company that issues cards to individual cardholders and which has a contractual relationship with the cardholder.Banks/
Financial Institutions
$1,595 $1,795
Including, but not limited to Bankruptcy Law Firms, Technology Vendors, Consultants, Analysts, Software Providers, Call Center Services, Scoring Companies, Recruitment Services.All Others $2,395 $2,595
Pre-Conference Workshop A : Know the Basics: Starting a Mobile Banking Platform $145 $245
Pre-Conference Workshop B : A Primer on Mobile Financial Services Apps and the World of Smart Devices $145 $245
Save and attend both Pre-Conference Workshops $245 $345
Expiration Date 6/4/2011  
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