Future Payments and Digital Banking Conference & Awards, London: 2014

Millennium Gloucester Hotel, London, UK   14-May-2014
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Millennium Gloucester Hotel, London, UK | 14 May 2014 - 15 May 2014

Future Payments and Digital Banking 2014 Conference and Awards is a platform for retail banking and payments industry professionals, thought leaders and innovators to network with their peers and discuss the most pressing issues shaping the sector. Over the two content-rich conference days the event guests will share ideas with their fellow participants, experienced speakers and selected partners.

Inspirational keynote presentations, practical case studies and interactive Q&A sessions are structured to maximise participant engagement and promote opportunities for future collaboration across sectors and regions. The event format provides extensive opportunities for benchmarking and learning best practices from a variety of leading organisations in financial services, digital and mobile commerce, regulation and retail.

Future Payments and Digital Banking 2014 will answer the most burning industry questions:

What is driving the transformation of the retail banking and payments ecosystems?
What are the rules of running a successful financial services company in the digital age?
How to use innovation as a business strategy and monitise new technologies?
Who is embracing disruptive technologies and what are their strategic plans?
Who will emerge as a game-changer in the mobile banking and payments race?
How can leaders build a smarter, more competitive company?


About

Future Payments and Digital Banking 2014 Conference and Awards is a platform for retail banking and payments industry professionals, thought leaders and innovators to network with their peers and discuss the most pressing issues shaping the sector. Over the two content-rich conference days the event guests will share ideas with their fellow participants, experienced speakers and selected partners.

Inspirational keynote presentations, practical case studies and interactive Q&A sessions are structured to maximise participant engagement and promote opportunities for future collaboration across sectors and regions. The event format provides extensive opportunities for benchmarking and learning best practices from a variety of leading organisations in financial services, digital and mobile commerce, regulation and retail.

Future Payments and Digital Banking 2014 will answer the most burning industry questions:

  • What is driving the transformation of the retail banking and payments ecosystems?
  • What are the rules of running a successful financial services company in the digital age?
  • How to use innovation as a business strategy and monitise new technologies?
  • Who is embracing disruptive technologies and what are their strategic plans?
  • Who will emerge as a game-changer in the mobile banking and payments race?
  • How can leaders build a smarter, more competitive company?

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Register now for 2014

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Carlo Mancini

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carlo.mancini@timetric.com

Event Rates
(+ VAT where applicable)

Standard FSI rate – inc. dinner £995
FSI Early bird rate £795
Standard Vendor rate £1,395
Vendor- Early bird rate £1,120
Bring the team! 3 places for the price of 2 standard rates apply. Please contact us for more information. £1,990

To be considered  for an early bird discount, please register by 28th February 2014.

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Cancellations & Non-appearance:
All cancellation requests must be submitted to us in writing. If we agree to your cancellation then fees are payable immediately after the acceptance of your cancellation in writing by us.
Cancellations received less than 2 months prior to the Event commencement date will incur a £300 administration fee.
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Administration fees can be avoided by providing replacement delegates of a similar level of seniority from your organisation. You will be liable for any additional costs incurred as a result of supplying replacement. We reserve the right to refuse replacement delegates.

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Testimonials

Judges

Venue

Millennium Gloucester Hotel, London, UK


This modern and luxurious Kensington hotel is situated in fashionable South Kensington, a relaxed environment in the heart of London. Hotels in Kensington with such charm and supreme comfort are rare. However, the Millennium Gloucester Hotel London Kensington effortlessly combines a convenient location with a unique sense of style and character. Situated next to Gloucester Road underground station, this hotel is perfectly positioned for visiting many of the British capital’s greatest attractions.
We have negotiated a special rate at the hotel of £165 per night on a bed and breakfast basis (£175 for double occupancy). Should you wish to book a room please contact groups.gloucester@millenniumhotels.co.uk and quote ‘VRLV140514’ who will send through the necessary booking information.


Speakers

Herco le Fèvre, Head of Business Strategy, ING Domestic Bank

With over 22 years of experience in payments & cash management gained in both domestic and international environments, Herco le Fèvre is now responsible for Business Strategy of payments at ING Netherlands. Leading a team of business consultants, and in close cooperation with product management, the focus is on improving existing and developing new forms of payments products and services that will suit both current and future needs of customers. Thus ensuring the position of ING as the preferred bank in the Netherlands and Europe.

Jordi Guaus, Head of Mobile Payments, La Caixa

Jordi Guaus joined La Caixa in 2000 after 5 years in Vodafone. At La Caixa, Jordi developed the Mobile Internet Banking services and since 2008 he is focused on Mobile Payments leading the deployment of NFC and mobile remote payments. Since 2008 is member of the Mobile Channel Working Group of the European Payments Council (EPC). Since 2009 is member of the Board of Directors of Mobey Forum and since October 2013 he is the chairman of the board.

Paul Horlock, Head of Payments and Service Strategy, Nationwide

Head of payments and service strategy at Nationwide, Paul has been with the Society since 2010. In that time, there has been a sharp focus on preparing the business for growth. Payments have been a core partner in delivery of Nationwide’s new market leading real time banking platform and has implemented a significant re-engineering of the payment infrastructure. Prior to Nationwide Paul was with Barclays for 9 years, as head of gobal payments processing, managing the global clearing capability for all electronic payments with operations spanning US, Europe and Asia. Paul also has industry roles with the Payments Council and Vocalink.

Ken Cregan, Associate Partner, IBM Digital Transformation

Ken has over 15 years experience in delivering digitally enabled business transformation, as both a consultant and within industry. This has focused on financial services, but also includes government, retail and manufacturing. His key areas of interest are on how digital solutions are transforming the way customers use financial services, and how banks are transforming to support this change.

 

Adrian Kamellard, Chief Executive, Payments Council

Since joining the Payments Council in 2011, Adrian has set about positioning the Payments Council so it addresses and balances the interests of the key constituencies it represents i.e. customers, industry, regulators and public policy interests. Overseeing key projects such as Account Switching and Mobile Payments Scheme, Adrian also leads on a new strategic document called the Payments Roadmap. This is a ‘live’ document that provides a rolling two, five and ten-year view of how the payments industry, and its underpinning infrastructure and policies, should develop over those time-frames to benefit consumers and the UK.

Annabelle Gawer, Professor of Strategy and Innovation, Imperial College Business School

An award-winning researcher and educator, Dr. Annabelle Gawer, a professor of strategy and innovation at Imperial College Business School, is an internationally-recognized expert on digital platforms such as Google or Facebook, and innovative business ecosystems. The author of 2 books (“Platform Leadership” and “Platforms, Markets and Innovation”) and numerous articles, Dr Gawer’s seminal research helps explain how economic and technological forces shape the dynamics of digital platform-based markets which are currently emerging at the cross-roads of internet, telecom, electronics, digital media, and payment. Dr Gawer consults privately and offers insights on the strategic management of digital platforms and the governance of their innovation ecosystems. Dr. Gawer’s advice has been sought by Microsoft, IBM, SAP, Philips, Nokia, Symbian, AT&T, Telefonica, Vodafone, BT, Unilever, DaimlerChrysler, Ingenico, Gemalto, and also by the European Commission.

Keith Mayes, Director of ISG Smart Card Centre, Professor of Information Security, Royal Holloway, University Of London

Prof Keith Mayes B.Sc. Ph.D. CEng FIET A.Inst.ISP, has spent much of his life working in/with industry, yet is also an active researcher/author with 100+ publications. He is a director of the ISG Smart Card Centre at Royal Holloway University of London and of Crisp Telecom Limited. He has worked in hardware/software development, DSP and sensors, standardisation, mobile communications, smart cards/RFIDs, embedded systems, systems modelling plus diverse aspects of information security. Current interests include (but are not restricted to) mobile comms and trusted execution technologies, NFC, Smart cards/RFIDs, transport ticketing systems, automotive security, m-commerce, attacks and attack resistant system implementations.

Rui Pimentel, Head Of Unit – Payment Systems Development, Banco De Portugal

Rui Pimentel heads a team involved in analysis of developments in retail payment systems, contributing for Banco de Portugal’s mission in this domain. Rui joined Banco de Portugal in 1997 and has been significantly involved in the implementation of the Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA), as well as focusing on innovation and security issues in the field of retail payments. Rui takes part in several working groups dealing with retail payments, both national and international, e.g. at ECB/Eurosystem and European Commission level. Rui is a member of the European Forum on the Security of Retail Payments.

Stewart Plant, Partner, DLA Piper UK

Stewart is a partner and leading member of our centre of excellence for payment services. His practice includes advice to payment services providers on all aspects of credit card issuing, merchant acquiring and card processing. He has advised merchant acquirers in the UK and globally on substantial bespoke merchant acquiring documentation projects (including gateway and aggregator structures) with particular emphasis on key risk clauses and the regulatory impact of such structures. Stewart’s practice also includes advising merchant acquirers on the implications of fraud and data compromise including advice in relation to the impact of the card scheme rules and the obligations of payment service providers to financial regulators.

Emma Thomas, EU Regulatory Director, DLA Piper UK

Emma is a European regulatory director for DLA Piper. She has extensive direct experience, currently focusing on several sectors including financial services, payment issues, data protection and the single market. Emma works to provide advice on EU legislative and regulatory initiatives, including the review of the Payment Services Directive and Multilateral Interchange Fees proposals at EU level. Emma assists clients with identifying and detailing changes to the regulatory outlook in Europe when amended into national legislation.
Prior to joining DLA Piper Emma worked within the largest political group of the European Parliament, coordinating European and national positions on economic policy.


Pardis Pourghomi, Doctoral Researcher on Mobile Payments and NFC Technology, Brunel University

Pardis Pourghomi received his B.Sc. degree in information security systems from University of East London, UK (2009) and a M.Sc. degree in information security from Royal Holloway, University of London, UK (2010). He is currently a final year PhD candidate in the School of Information Systems, Computing and Mathematics, at Brunel University, UK. His research interests lie at the confluence of information and network security. In particular, he is interested in mobile payments, NFC, cloud computing, security in online payments and authentication protocols.


Christian Raset, Electronic Channels Director, Banco Sabadell

Christian Raset is an expert in online and mobile banking services, his career involved over fourteen years in the field of electronic channels at Banco Sabadell. Over the last 6 years Christian has been overseeing online banking, mobile banking and ATM’s as a director of electronic channels with the bank. His main area of expertise and professional interest lies with identifying and executing mobile strategy and new digital business development opportunities, along with the designing exceptional customer experience for the company. Christian is personally responsible for launching the Banc Sabadell mobile service.


Monica Monaco, Founder and Managing Director, TrustEu Affairs

Monica Monaco is the founder and managing director of Trust EU Affairs. Monica’s areas of focus are payment systems, consumer credit, e-money, contactless and mobile payments as well as  e-commerce. Monica has worked as a Senior Manager for EU Relations and Regulatory Affairs at Visa Europe for more than 10 years, responsible Visa Europe relations with the European Commission, the European Parliament and the Council Working Group on Financial Services. Previously Monica worked as a Consultant for Andersen, Deloitte & Touche and the OECD in Paris, the Council of Europe in Strasbourg.

 

Antonio Queiroz, Deputy CIO & Head of Digital Integration & Web and Mobile Intelligence, Personal Investors, BNP Paribas

Antonio Queiroz is in charge of Digital Integration IT and Web and Mobile Intelligence at BNP Paribas Personal Investors, the online specialist for brokerage and savings services. After successfully launching one of the first classified internet portals in the news publishing business in 2000, Mr. Queiroz founded two startups in Portugal and France that led to the creation of Petitchef.com, a leading European and emerging market recipe portal. In 2008, Antonio Queiroz joined the BNP Paribas Personal Investors business to define its online strategy and since October 2012 is in charge of the IT teams responsible for digital developments, international projects, methods, quality, architecture and release management.

Terry Cordeiro, Head of Mobile, RBS

With over 15 years experience in telecommunications and mobile industries, Terry Cordeiro has been developing mobile solutions for the last 8 years. Terry joined RBS UK as the head of solution design for mobile in November 2011, responsible for the business architecture and solution design of the RBS retail banking mobile application which currently has over 2.7 million active users. Terry was also part of the team responsible for the NatWest TouchPay pilot, the UK’s first deployment of an offline mobile contactless payment solution. In his current role as the head of mobile for RBS UK Terry owns the strategic direction and delivery of the award winning RBS UK retail mobile banking service.

Roger Bracken, Co-General Manager & Head of Financial Services, EMEA, First Data

Roger Bracken is co-General Manager of Europe, Middle East and Africa EMEA for First Data and Head of the regions Financial Services business. Bracken’s main areas of focus are organic growth and business transformation. He is also Chairman of one of First Data’s largest acquiring alliances in EMEA, Allied Irish Banks Merchant Services. Bracken has 25 years experience in the IT industry in Europe, specifically focused on the retail banking industry. Prior to First Data, he held several senior roles within NCR. He also served as UK Chairman. Bracken was also a key player in the construction and development of the UK’s ATM surcharging industry.

Andy Brown, Marketing Director, EMEA, Alaric

Andy Brown has nearly 30 years’ experience of e-payment systems both from the delivery and support of systems in the Far East and Europe and the product management and marketing perspectives. He has spent most of career working for ACI Worldwide with various roles on the BASE24 and BASE24-eps products as well corporate roles in product strategy and planning and corporate marketing. Andy joined Alaric in November 2012 to run the marketing function, and is now responsible for the marketing of the Alaric portfolio at NCR after Alaric was acquired in December 2013.

Francesco Burelli, Partner, Value Partners

Francesco Burelli is a Partner at Value Partners where he leads the Cards, Payments and Transaction Banking practice within the Financial Institutions group. Francesco has over 17 years of experience in the areas of strategy, M&A, regulatory impact assessments and performance improvement. Cards, payments and transaction banking expert, Francesco works with corporates and merchants (including internet and media companies), payment schemes, banks, processors and technology providers on global basis. Before joining Value Partners in London, Francesco was a Director with the payments team of Deloitte LLP, Head of Cards and Payments at A.T.Kearney FIG UK and before he led the European and Asian Cards and Retail Payments practice at Capco. He was previously at Midland Bank, later HSBC. Francesco started his banking and consulting career after his MBA in 1995 transitioning from an earlier career in TMT. In the last 5 years he has led major international expansion initiatives and major strategic initiatives for Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 companies.

Jes Rasmussen, Senior Director, Strategy & Business Development SEB Kort Bank AB

Jes is the Senior Director, Strategy and Business Development at SEB Kort Bank. He is currently responsible for all Internet and mobile Initiatives at SEB Kort Bank. Jes brings almost 20 years of experience with Business Development in the Card industry. His focus is the innovation and the use of new technology for improved customer convenience, security and profit. He was coined the “inventor” of Digital Signature for Payment Cards on Internet applications in 2004. Jes holds an MSc(Econ.) from Copenhagen Business School, 1994.

Arne Vidar Haug, VP Business Development, Co-founder and Co-owner, Signicat

Specialist and pioneer on business development and innovation with e-identity and e-signature for PC, tablet and mobile. Along with fellow Signicat founders literally invented Cloud based cross-border e-identity support – rewarded the international ‘Identity Deployment of the Year Award’ and the ‘Best Innovation Award at the Cards and Payments Europe Award’. More than 15 years of experience from working together with the Finance and Payment industry, helping businesses reach as many customers possible, speed up processing, increase efficiencies and reduce costs. Delivered managed cloud based ID-verification, Authentication and eSignature services to more than 100 companies.


Partners


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http://signicat.com/

Silver Partners

Signicat

Signicat is a leading European provider of eID and eSignature services.
Signicat`s award winning (IDaaS) secure identity cloud service provides clients acces to a range of online electronic ids (eID), advanced electronic signatures and PKI-based services and solutions through one single point of integration (SAML , XML ,REST). Currently, national eIDs support is provided for all Nordic and Baltic countries as well as Spain, in addition to sms otp and user name/password services. More than 120 customers trust Signicat to deliver cross border authentication and signature services, including SEB, Swedbank, If and Tryg.

Signicat ’s e-signature services are designed to meet the requirements of national and international organisations, including lifecycle support of signed data objects (SDOs), certificate handling, time stamping, archiving and automatic re-signing for long time validation. The combination of wide eID. support and e-signature give customers and partners access to a unique set of sevices across borders, devices and channels.(www.signicat.com)


http://www.intelligentenvironments.com

Bronze Partner

Intelligent Environments

It’s not about mobile banking, tablet banking or online banking, financial consumers do not use a single channel preference; they want to interact through any and all digital channels. We develop Interact™ a Digital Banking platform which enables easy financial transactions and servicing across all digital channels, from apps to browsers, tablets to phablets.
For over 15 years we have been at the heart of the digital operations of a number of tier one financial institutions, retailers and telecoms providers, including Lloyds TSB Group, The Home Retail Group and O2. We work closely with our clients to ensure their customers receive an exceptional, optimised and consistent digital banking experience, regardless of the number and type of channels being used.


http://www.firstdata.com

Bronze Partner

First Data

Around the world, every second of every day, First Data makes payment transactions secure, fast and easy for merchants, financial institutions and their customers. First Data leverages its vast product portfolio and expertise to drive client revenue and profitability. Whether the choice of payment is by debit or credit card, gift card, cheque or mobile phone, online or at the checkout counter, First Data takes every opportunity to go beyond the transaction.  More information about the company is available on FirstData.com as well as on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and YouTube.


http://www.alaric.com

Silver Partners

Alaric

Alaric, an NCR Corporation (NYSE: NCR) company, allows financial institutions, processors and retailers to manage ATM, POS, ecommerce and mobile payment or banking transactions, deliver multi-channel payments integration and prevent fraud. NCR is the global leader in consumer transaction technologies, turning everyday interactions with businesses into exceptional experiences. NCR enables more than 450 million transactions daily across the retail, financial, travel, hospitality, telecom and technology industries. NCR has over 26,000 employees and does business in 180 countries. NCR is a trademark of NCR Corporation in the United States and other countries. For more information: www.alaric.com or www.ncr.com.


http://www.ixaris.com/

Bronze Partner

IXARIS

Ixaris specializes in developing and operating innovative global applications based on open-loop prepaid applications. Following its launch in 2003 of Visa’s first virtual prepaid card programme for consumers that has since grown to almost 2 million accounts, Ixaris alsodelivers white-label corporate payment solutions to clients across various sectors including travel, insurance, leisure, and market research. Its corporate payment applications include disbursement, purchasing, incentives and payroll. Ixaris’ platform is now available for licensing to banks and payments innovators wanting to deliver prepaid payment offerings to their customers in the same way that Ixaris has been delivering for over 10 years.


http://www.mbna.co.uk/

Bronze Partner

MBNA

MBNA is one of the UK’s largest financial services providers with more than 3 million UK customers. The Chester-based lender offers MBNA-branded credit cards, but is also the power behind many others, including household brands, major airlines, football clubs, and charities. MBNA is part of Bank of America, one of the largest financial institutions in the world, and has a vision to enable consumers to purchase today with money they will earn tomorrow, working with a company they can trust.



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Awards

ELIGIBLE INSTITUTIONS FOR THE FUTURE PAYMENTS AND DIGITAL BANKING CONFERENCE & AWARDS, LONDON: 2014 INCLUDE:

Future Payments & Digital Banking 2014 Awards

Future Payments & Digital Banking 2014 Awards is an annual ceremony that recognises achievements of the European payments industry. In 2014 the awards ceremony will take place on 14 May 2014 at the London Millenium Gloucester Hotel.

This year companies can nominate in 11 categories including Best Innovation, Best Online Innovation, Best Marketing Initiative of the Year, Best Co-branded Product, Best Merchant Acquirer. Separate awards recognise innovation in credit, debit, prepaid card products. A new category this year will mark a leader in Best Mobile Innovation.

Deadline for awards nomination is 5pm GMT on 28 March 2014

Submissions should be made via word document detailing your nomination and eligibility in line with the criteria.

  • Submissions can be made on behalf of your own company or in recognition of a colleague or partner firm
  • Nominees should follow the guidelines to ensure their submission has the best chance of winning
  • Send your completed nomination in a word document to vicki.walker@timetric.com

Be open about your achievements
Information on submissions labelled CONFIDENTIAL will only be shown to members of the judging panel so please be open about successes. At the same time, even where financial information is in the public domain, please include it to provide a full picture of performance.

Support your opinions with facts
When judges compare companies on various criteria, a company which can quote data on customer satisfaction will be given precedence over one which claims “market-leading service quality” without evidence.

Be concise
Bullet points and short paragraphs supported by a couple of charts or graphs are better than long-winded presentations. Full nominations should be kept to a maximum of 1,200 words.

What makes you unique?
In every category, we are looking for companies that stand out from the crowd. When you list the things you do well, don’t forget to emphasise where you feel you are unique among your competitors, or where you do things differently from the rest of the industry.

Follow the guidelines
While you are invited to raise any point you feel strengthens your nomination, we recommend clearly and directly addressing each point listed in the category criteria – this allows judges to easily compare like with like, and will make sure there are no areas in which your nomination has nothing to say for itself.

Keep it current
Remember that in almost all categories, the award title contains the words “of the year”. For maximum impact, please refer to developments made and performance achieved in the last 12 months. While a record of success won’t hurt a nomination, it is the most recent activity that will win awards for nominees.

 


Future Payments & Digital Banking 2014 Awards

Awards will be determined on a European basis, with specific criteria for each individual award. The award categories will be applied for activities in the last 12 months, not general category excellence. A panel of judges will select the winners from among those organisations nominated by readers or judges.

Categories and Judging Criteria

Award 1: Editor’s Award – Mobile Innovation
This year’s Editor’s Award will be given to a payments company or product that has contributed significantly to mobile payments. This could include:

  • Mobile applications
  • Mobile wallets
  • Mobile NFC solution
  • Mobile POS solution
  • Mobile marketing

Award 2: Best Online Innovation

  • A new online product that has contributed significantly to online payments
  • A new payments gateway, security solution, merchant funded reward, online marketing programme or other online product
  • Acquired significant number of new accounts in six months following launch

Award 3: Best New Credit Card

  • A new or re-launched credit card product with significant unique features or marketing strategies or programmes
  • New to issuer, market or both
  • Acquired significant number of new accounts in six months following launch

Award 4: Best New Debit Card

  • A new or re-launched debit card product with significant unique features, or marketing strategies or programmes
  • New to issuer, market or both
  • Acquired significant number of new accounts in six months following launch

Award 5: Best New Prepaid Product

  • A new prepaid card product with significant unique features, or marketing strategies or programmes
  • A new programme for the issuer, the market or both
  • Acquired significant number of new accounts in six months following launch

Award 6: Best New Co-branded, Affinity or Loyalty Product

  • A new co-branded, affinity or loyalty product with unique partners, partnership strategy, features, or marketing strategies or programmes
  • A new programme for the issuer, the market or both
  • Acquired significant number of new accounts in six months following launch

Award 7: Best Innovation

  • A company, group or team that has displayed a forward-thinking and innovative approach to a payments product, strategy or initiative
  • Open to a technology application, marketing programme, partnership strategy, or other inventive solution
  • Quantifiable contribution to the success of the product of company

Award 8: Marketing Initiative of the Year

  • A marketing campaign designed to promote or launch a card or payments product
  • Quantifiable contribution to the success of the product of company
  • Innovative use of new technologies in implementing a marketing campaign

Award 9: Best Card Processor of the Year

  • A processor that has made a major change to the industry through new services, technological advancements, acquisitions or other significant activities

Award 10: Merchant Acquirer of the Year

  • A merchant acquirer that has made a major change to the industry through expansion, technological advancements, acquisitions or other significant activities

Award 11: Best Merger or Acquisition

  • Acquisition or merger that fundamentally changed the nature of the organisation’s business, market position, market conditions or industry
  • Financially successful acquisition or merger
  • Significant future opportunities to the business from the M&A activity

Future Payments & Digital Banking 2014 Awards Winners

We are delighted to share the winners of this year’s awards! We had 100s of entries this year so a huge congratulations to the winners.

Editor’s Award: Mobile Innovation of the Year
Zapp

Online Innovation of the Year
Global Payments & Nutmeg

New Credit Card of the Year
Amex Everyday

New Debit Card of the Year
Nationwide Flex card

New Prepaid Product of the Year
Ixaris

Co-branded, Affinity or Loyalty Product of the Year
Emirates/MBNA

Innovation of the Year
Citi PayPoint

Marketing Innovation of the Year
Barclaycard Contactless for London

Card Processor of the Year
WorldPay

Merchant Acquirer of the Year
Global Payments

Merger or Acquisition of the Year
Monitise

Security Innovation of the Year
Validsoft

For more information on the awards and how you can enter next year, please contact
Rose Riley – rose.riley@timetric.com


Future Payments & Digital Banking 2014 Awards Winners

We are delighted to share the winners of this year’s awards! We had 100s of entries this year so a huge congratulations to the winners.

Editor’s Award: Mobile Innovation of the Year
Zapp

Online Innovation of the Year
Global Payments & Nutmeg

New Credit Card of the Year
Amex Everyday

New Debit Card of the Year
Nationwide Flex card

New Prepaid Product of the Year
Ixaris

Co-branded, Affinity or Loyalty Product of the Year
Emirates/MBNA

Innovation of the Year
Citi PayPoint

Marketing Innovation of the Year
Barclaycard Contactless for London

Card Processor of the Year
WorldPay

Merchant Acquirer of the Year
Global Payments

Merger or Acquisition of the Year
Monitise

Security Innovation of the Year
Validsoft

For more information on the awards and how you can enter next year, please contact
Rose Riley – rose.riley@timetric.com


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