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THE ONLY EVENT TO DEEP DIVE INTO ISSUES FOCUSING

ON MYANMAR & THE EMERGING ECONOMIES OF ASIA


Critical Issues to be Discussed Include:
Myanmar Regulations , Licenses , Latest Initiatives and
Projects in Mobile & E-Commerce
Going Cashless: How Myanmar will make it happen
Realistic Assessment of Emerging Opportunities in Mobile
Payments & E-Commerce in the region
Case Studies of Innovative Successful Deployment of Mobile
Banking in the region
Developing Mobile Money Partnerships Between Different
Stakeholders such as Regulators, Banks, Telcos etc;
Issues in Money Transfers & Payments and Interoperability in a
Fragmented Marketplace Especially for Emerging Economies
Analysing the Potential of Financial Inclusion and the
Significance of Mobile Money to Increase Access to Banking
Services Plus the Role of Microfinance Institutions
Customer Convenience as a Critical Success Factor and
Centrepiece in Implementation plus Building End Users Trust in
the Mobile Channel
Highlighting the Value Proposition for Commercial End Users
to Integrate Mobile Commerce
Execution of Mobile Money Initiatives in Emerging Countries
with Limited ICT Infrastructure

KEY FACTS DRIVING

THE

SUMMIT

Myanmar is standing at the tipping point of a mobile money


transformation. Incumbent telcos are about to be granted
permission to begin their mobile money services
Mobile penetration in Myanmar exploded from approximately
five million a few months ago to over 18 million current users &
ICT infrastructure was recently enhanced.
Strong recent economic growth but still less than 20% of the
population can access banking services in a predominantly
cash-based economy with 70% of the population in rural areas
The absence of traditional banking infrastructure makes it a
prime territory for mobile money operations
Tremendous E-commerce opportunities supported by a
growing consumer middle class and improved logistical &
financial infrastructure
Other Asian countries undergoing digital transformation such
as Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, China and India
also creates tremendous opportunities in mobile money
Owned & Produced by

Platinum Sponsor

JUST SOME OF THE DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS &


INNOVATORS LEADING THE DISCUSSIONS
HE Daw Khin Saw Oo, Deputy Governor, Central Bank of
Myanmar (Invited)
Dr Myint Than, Deputy General Manager, Head of Legal
Department, Myanmar Economic Corporation
Zaw Lin Htut, CEO, Myanmar Payment Union (Invited)
Richard Buttenshaw, Commercial Director, ConnectNPay
Brad Jones, CEO, Wave Money, Myanmar
U Aung Aung, Director, Myanmar Citizens Bank
Loeung Sopheap, Senior Vice President, Head of Product
Development, Acleda Bank, Cambodia
Lowell Campbell, Senior Operations Officer, International
Finance Corporation, The World Bank Group
Tim Scheffman, Managing Director, Financial Intelligence
Agency
Takashi Shigeno, Director, KDDI Summit Global Corporation
Rasika Batagoda, Head of IT, LOLC Myanmar Microfinance
Marie Valdez, Regional Director Asia Pacific, Software Group
Raj Hajela, Founder & Managing Director, Estel Technologies
Andy Whelan, CMO, Red Dot Payment Services
Mohsin Termezy , Global Head Business Development, TPS
Online Pte ltd
Christian Geissendoerfer, CEO, YOOSE & President, Mobile
Alliance Singapore
Zaw Niang, Managing Director, Mandalay Technology
Jakirul Islam, Resident Consultant, Ncell Nepal & Senior Project
Manager, Microsave
Geert Warlop, Chief Operations Officer, True Money Myanmar
Company Limited
Jawahar Kanjilal, Founder, Mobile Access Network & formerly
Global Head, Nokia Life Tools

PLUS attendance from relevant Myanmar financial institutions, Telcos, retailers and
commercial distributors such as :

Amara Communications|AYA Bank Ayeryawaddy Bank|Ayeyar Myanmar


Insurance|Ayeyarwady Bank Ltd CB Bank|CB Insurance|First Private Bank|
Global Treasure Bank| GP Bank|Housing Development Bank|Joint
Development Bank| KBZ Bank|
MCIT| MECTel| Ministry of Communications
and Information Technology| Ministry of Cooperatives| Myanma Apex Bank
Myanma Economic Bank| Myanma Microfinance Supervisory Enterprise|
Myanma Posts & Telecommunications| Myanmar Agricultural & Rural
Development Bank|Myanmar
Construction
&
Myanmar
Economic
Corporation|Myanmar Information Technology Pte Ltd| Myanmar Oriental
Bank| Myanmar Payment Solutions Service Co Ltd| Myanmar Securities
Exchange Center| Small & Medium Industrial Development Bank Ltd| Telenor
Group|Trade And Development Bank|Tun Foundation Bank |United Amara
Bank LtdYatanarpon Teleport etc;

Exhibitors

UNLEASHING THE POTENTIAL OF MOBILE MONEY IN THE REGION


Following the success of previous editions, the 7th Mobile Money & ECommerce Summit 2016 returns to Yangon once again to deliver firsthand insights and robust opinions from industry experts to help you
better strategize your mobile money blueprints. Network with key
industry players and seize the opportunity to benefit from the only
authoritative platform that showcases and dissects real issues along
with a practical assessment of emerging opportunities from the mobile
money revolution in the region.

Who Should Attend


CIOs, CTOs , Heads of IT & Strategy from Telecom Operators &
Banks
Regulators & Government officers
e-wallets and m-money Solution Providers
Contactless and NFC Payment Vendors
Payment Infrastructure Providers
Mobile Messaging/Application Software Developers
Other Mobile Commerce Solution Providers and Industry Verticals
(including IT Security providers, retail merchants, utility companies,
governments and all companies with payment channels)

Platinum Sponsor

ConnectNPay is the umbrella brand for ecommerce payment


technologies produced by Leo Tech, a software and IT services

company based in Singapore. Its three key aspects are digitised records
and billing, m-payments, and a secure interface layer. ConnectNPay
technology was first licensed in Myanmar as a branded e-wallet to MCC
Group, an organisation which 25 years ago established itself as the
country's first IT company. The MYWALLET plus e-wallet was launched on
Android, iOS and Web as a fast, secure and convenient way for
thousands of Myanmarese users to pay for services such as utility bills and
school fees. Since then, the ConnectNPay ecosystem has grown
considerably, adding new vendors and integrations with public and
private institutions including Myanmar banks and utilities. Leo Tech is
responsible for the underlying technology while looking for other licensees
of ConnectNPay technology both within Myanmar and also around the
region.

Exhibitors

Exhibitors
Estel Technologies, an ISO 9001-2008 certified company, is a leading

Red Dot is the go to location in Myanmar for innovative electronic

services. With Top up, payments, e-commerce and mobile financial


services the Red Dot neighborhood store has a pivotal role in Myanmars
future. Red Dot is an open network with a non-exclusive philosophy.
Partnering with us removes the challenges of establishing an agency
network, allowing e-commerce and mobile money providers to focus on
their core business. In a population largely unbanked, the Red Dot
network is perfectly positioned for facilitating payments as well as Cash
In/Cash Out services for Mobile Money providers across our 10,000
retailers nationwide. Trading since 2013, Red Dot blends international
experience with local market expertise to offer tailored solutions for the
Myanmar marketplace. To find out more visit please visit
reddotnetwork.com

True Money Company Limited owns and operates online payment

platforms. It operates a payment service center and provides electronic


card services. The company provides the True money cash card, credit
top up for True products and services such as pre-paid paidpaid mobile
phones, and True Money Express, a payment service for TRUE products
and services, utility bills, credit card bills, insurance premium, and loan
and educational fees. True Money was formerly known as T Pay
Company Limited. The company was founded in 2003 and is based in
Huai Khwang, Thailand. As of December 31, 2013, True Money Company
Limited operates as a subsidiary of Thana Telecom Corporation Limited.

Mobile Financial Services technology enabler, focused on markets in


Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America. Estel's solutions are
targeted to Banks, Mobile Network Operators and Payment Service
Providers. The Company currently serves 40 customers in over 30
countries, and has been in operation for over 15 years. Estel's head office
and development centre is located in India, with sales and service offices
in South Asia, Dubai and Uganda. The Company's Mobile Commerce
solutions include: m-POS for merchant payments via Magnetic Swipe,
EMV and Contactless Cards
(www.esteltelecom.com/mobile-point-of-sale-terminal.html) Micro ATM,
an ultra-low cost "Human ATM" (www.esteltelecom.com/micro-atm.html);
Mobile Money / Mobile Wallet, as banking for the unbanked; Mobile
Payments; Mobile Banking to access and transact bank accounts from
mobile devices; and Prepaid Recharge, for anytime, anywhere, any
service recharge. All platforms are offered under both Capex and Opex
business models, and can be deployed at customer-site or operated as
hosted cloud services.

ModeFinServer offers complete electronic and mobile commerce and

payment solutions to meet the ever changing needs of banks, financial


institutions, insurance companies and telcos. The Company's unique
advantage lies in its building a gap between Mobile Banking and Mobile
Wallet, further complemented by value-added payments. ModeFinServer
is a privately-held company headquartered in Bangalore (India), with
offices in the Middle East (Bahrain) and Africa (Kenya). At present, more
than 35 banks across Africa, the Middle East and Asia are using the
Company's solutions. ModeFinServer's customers have recently won the
1st, 2nd and 3rd places of the Best Mobile Banking Service awards in East
Africa. The Company's clients include: Equity Bank Limited, Diamond Trust
Bank, Bank of Africa, Family Bank, United Bank for Africa, Chase Bank,
Prime Bank, Equatorial Commercial Bank, CDH Investment Bank,
Investrust Bank Zambia, Indo Zambia Bank, K-Rep Bank and ZainTelecom.

TPS is a leading provider of cards and payment solutions trusted by over

120 customers spread across 30+ countries including Middle East, South
Asia and Africa with increasing footprint across other regions. The
company's solutions and services enable banks, telecoms, central banks,
payment processors, national switches and other institutions in their
mission critical digital banking, cards and payments services. TPS offers a
combination of technical and business expertise in the area of card
management, prepaid cards, multi-channel issuing and acquiring,
payment processing, alternate delivery channel management, bills
payment gateway and processing, remittance hub and processing,
payment gateways and internet & mobile banking. From inception
through design and implementation to upgrades and support, TPS stays
committed to the entire project lifecycle and beyond.

Software Group, a privately owned company established in 2007, offers

professional consultancy services and the development and delivery of


software and infrastructure solutions. A highly experienced team of
almost 200 professionals in eight countries, combined with a consultant
and partner support network, empower financial institutions to expand
outreach through the use of appropriate technologies. These include
mobile, SMS and branchless banking, card management solutions, tablet
banking, EFT switches, biometrics and more. Software Group serves a
diverse customer base, including commercial and development banks,
microfinance institutions, cooperatives, credit unions, payment network
and mobile operators. Software Group products and services adhere to
the principles of quality, transparency and affordability.

CONFERENCE AGENDA
Day 1, 27th January 2016
0830

Registration

0900

Welcome Remarks by Magenta Global

0915

Opening Address by Central Bank of Myanmar

1540

Dr Myint Than, Deputy General Manager, Head of Legal


Department, Myanmar Economic Corporation

1600

HE Daw Khin Saw Oo, Deputy Governor, Central Bank of


Myanmar (Invited)
0945

Lowell Campbell, Senior Operations Officer


International Finance Corporation, The World Bank
Group
Rasika Batagoda, Head of IT, LOLC Myanmar
Microfinance

Richard Buttenshaw, Commercial Director, ConnectNPay


Networking Break

1045

Why Human Centred Design will Change Mobile Money in


Myanmar

1115

1145

Geert Warlop, Chief Operations Officer, True Money


Myanmar Company Limited

Marie Valdez, Regional Director Asia Pacific, Software


Group

Brad Jones, CEO, Wave Money, Myanmar

1635

Going Cashless: How Myanmar will make it happen

Day 2, 28th January 2016

U Aung Aung, Director, Myanmar Citizens Bank Central


Executive Committee , Myanmar Computer Federation

0900

Partnering for Success: KDDI, Sumitomo & Myanmar Post &


Telecommunication (MPT)
Takashi Shigeno, Director, KDDI Summit Global Corporation

1215

Mobile Money in Nepal: Emerging Opportunities and


Projects

1245

Networking Lunch

1345

Panel Discussion: Riding the Momentum of the Mobile


Money Revolution
Panellists:
U Aung Aung, Director, Myanmar Citizens Bank, Central
Executive Committee , Myanmar Computer Federation
Brad Jones, CEO, Wave Money, Myanmar
Takashi Shigeno, Director, KDDI Summit Global
Corporation
Jakirul Islam, Resident Consultant, Ncell Nepal
Zaw Niang, Managing Director, Mandalay Technology

0930

1000

Networking Break

1100

Best Practices of Designing Customer-Centric Payment


Facilities: The Balance between Customer Security, Trust &
Convenience
Jawahar Kanjilal, Founder, Mobile Access Network &
formerly Global Head of Nokia Life Tools

1130

1520

The Mobile Money Way to Financial Inclusion: Critical


Success Factors
Tim Scheffman, Managing Director, Financial Intelligence
Agency

Redefining The Next Stage of Mobile & E-Commerce:


Location-based Marketing & Advertising
Christian Geissendoerfer, CEO, YOOSE & President, Mobile
Alliance Singapore

1200

Panel Discussion: Empowering Citizens with Convenient &


World Class Payment & Billing Solutions
Panellists
Zaw Lin Htut, CEO, Myanmar Payment Union
Raj Hajela, Founder & Managing Director, Estel Telecom
Jawahar Kanjilal, Founder, Mobile Access Network &
formerly Global Head, Nokia Life Tools
Christian Geissendoerfer, CEO, YOOSE & President,
Mobile Alliance Singapore

Lowell Campbell, Senior Operations Officer International


Finance Corporation, The World Bank Group
Networking Break

Opportunity for Bill Payment & Prepaid Recharged


Focused E-Commerce & M-Commerce Services

1030

Online Pte Ltd

1455

Converting to Electronic: Myanmars Frontier Challenges

Raj Hajela, Founder & Managing Director, Estel


Technologies

Banking the Unbanked: Mobile Money

Mobile & E-Money Payment Services: Catalysing Financial


Sector Development

Opportunities in the Mobile Payments & E-Commerce


Landscape in Myanmar

Andy Whelan, CMO, Red Dot Payment Services

Mohsin Termezy , Global Head Business Development, TPS

1435

Networking Refreshments & End of Day 1

Zaw Lin Htut, CEO, Myanmar Payment Union (Invited)

Jakirul Islam, Resident Consultant, Ncell Nepal

1415

Panel Discussion: Broadening the Adoption and Usage of


Mobile Money Services in Financial Inclusion Efforts
Panellists:
Dr Myint Than, Deputy General Manager, Head of Legal
Department, Myanmar Economic Corporation

Keynote Address: A Year in Review: Changing the Mobile


Payments Landscape in Myanmar

1015

Products of Myanmar Mobile Money (MMM) and Supports to


Development of the Nation

1230

End of Day 2

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