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Jiho Yi, Team Manager of FinTech Development Team from BC Card will explain the business model behind their scheme-branded digital all-in-one card which they launched in response to the slow adoption and complexity of mobile payment products.
Thomas Decker, Vice President of Secure ID & Transaction from LINXENS will present the current status of the powered and next-generation card business including cards with new payment functionalities, increased security features, and with new and exciting aesthetic features.
Chen Yuan Huang, Head of Sales, Consumer Electronics, Wearable and IOT Applications at ProLogium will discuss options for powering next-generation cards that support displays, biometric sensors, wireless connectivity and other functions.
Radek Matyasek, VP, Sales EMEAI & SmartCard Segment at NEXT Biometrics will explain the technology and construction of the biometric card, the standards applicable to biometric cards, fingerprint sensor technologies suitable for biometric cards and their applications and use cases.
Patrice Meilland, VP Powered Cards, Financial Institution Business Unit at IDEMIA will discuss dynamic code verification (DCVx) cards and explain why they are being launched by issuers to target card-not-present (CNP) fraud and enhance the security of Internet banking.
Bryan Wu, Global Sales Manager, Feitian Technologies will explain how smartphone-connected payment cards can offer new security features by allowing customers to manage card applications from their mobile phones and receive notifications about the status of their payment card.
Greg Pote, Chairman, APSCA will moderate discussions on the current development of next-generation cards, how powered cards can be used to create new types of payment products and services for customers, and how the industry can work together to develop the next-generation cards business.

Please Note: Day 2 is a closed-door session for issuers and card schemes only.
Patrice Meilland, VP Powered Cards, Financial Institution Business Unit at IDEMIA will explain the issuer business case for dynamic code verification (DCVx) cards as a new security paradigm for targeting CNP fraud including how the VisaNet-integrated dCVV2 authentication shifts the business case from a capex to an opex model.
Romain Zanolo, Head - Strategic Marketing, Financial Institution Business Unit APAC, IDEMIA will explain how issuers can provide new levels of choice and convenience to cardholders with powered cards that enable the customer to select the payment mode themselves using on-card interactive displays and controls, at the point-of-sale.
Nimit Gulati, VP - Authentication & Identity Solutions, Asia Pacific, Mastercard presents the business case for payment cards with biometric authentication that offer a more convenient and secure cardholder verification method (CVM) while using existing EMV payment terminal infrastructure.
Greg Pote, Chairman, APSCA will moderate discussions on the issuer business case for next-generation powered cards including how international payment systems and industry expect the future of this new business segment to develop.

Last Chance to register!
The conference is only 5 days away and there are over 100 delegates already registered! Join decision-makers from financial institutions and payment card industry experts at the Powered & Next-Generation Card conference in Singapore:

The conference is the first platform that provides a targeted platform to promote powered & next-generation card solutions to payment card issuers, card schemes and the secure payment card ecosystem.

For more details about the Powered and Next-Generation Cards Conference, please contact Elaine Li, Business Development Manager, in the APSCA office at or +86 13671773143.

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