February 17, 2012 – Mobile financial services association Mobey Forum has published Control Points In Mobile Wallets, the second in a series of white papers exploring issues around the deployment of mobile wallet solutions. „If the mobile wallet is to develop to its full potential, it is important to understand how the mobile wallet landscape can be influenced and in particular how stakeholders can control one or more parts of the ecosystem,” says the association.
Mobey Forum is the global leader in defining a sustainable and prosperous mobile financial services ecosystem. Established in 2000, it brings together leading financial institutions, mobile network operators, mobile handset manufacturers, payment processors and vendors, committed to accelerating the mass-market deployment of user friendly mobile financial services by promoting open and secure technology standards.
Bank-led and driven by its bank and financial members, Mobey Forum produces comprehensive documentation on the recommended architecture for a wide range of mobile financial services, which is further supported by trials and demonstrations. The association also supports members’ deployments, and actively contributes to new pilots and implementations within the marketplace. Through its information and analysis sharing and cross-industry collaborations, Mobey Forum is known as the key source of independent insight within the mobile financial services sector. Mobey Forum provides additionally for its members a huge database of industry information and insights via its online member site.
As a member driven organisation, Mobey Forum is led by its Board of Directors from Bank of America, Deutsche Bank, DnB NOR, HSBC, La Caixa, Nokia, Nordea, PostFinance, Rabobank and UBS. The membership comprises of the leading organisations within the mobile financial services market representing more than 450 million banking customers globally, around 25 percent of the market.
Banks and telcos to debate mobile financial future
Leading banks, telcos, device manufacturers and app developers will gather under one roof next month to debate the future of mobile banking and payments services at the first annual MobeyDay conference in Barcelona.
The programme will also include representation from the Dutch Sixpack collective of banks and telcos, PayPal, and mobile device manufacturer Nokia. The day will conclude with a closing keynote addressing the Google Wallet vision of the future.
The event will also include a delegate networking area showcasing the latest mobile banking services and products from leading banks, network operators, technology vendors and consultancies.
MobeyDay directly follows the Mobey Forum’s Annual General Meeting in Barcelona, assuring a high quality audience of over 250 leading senior mobile executives from banks and financial institutions from across 20 European countries.
To find out more – www.mobeyday.com
Banking 4.0 – „how was the experience for you”
„So many people are coming here to Bucharest, people that I see and interact on linkedin and now I get the change to meet them in person. It was like being to the Football World Cup but this was the World Cup on linkedin in payments and open banking.”
Many more interesting quotes in the video below: