Technological advancements and innovation in the remittances arena has led to major developments and enhancements in money transfer processes, and guarantees an ever-evolving playground for all operators in the field. This has impacted on cross-border payments, and reports state that remittances are increasingly on the rise; the market is ripe for continued innovation and opportunities for formidability.
The need for faster, cheaper and more efficient ways of transferring money from one country to another, by mostly migrants, remains a top priority while ensuring best practice and adherence to regulatory matters.
Trade Conferences International’s fourth instalment of the Cross-Border Remittances and Money Transfers Conference seeks to equip players in the field with the stratagems and insights for contending with international players in the industry. This signature TCI event will update delegates on trends, challenges and technologies within in the market in 2018 and beyond, whilst reinforcing competencies in facing challenges and economic opportunities.
Project Manager, Jason Joseph, said that speakers are representative of major players in the industry, “Topics to be addressed by the Cross-Border Remittances and Money Transfers high-powered speaking panel will underline the latest news and how it will impact on industry players.” Joseph said the programme will cover insights into mobile money, technological innovation, financial crime and remittances, compliance, remittance integration and regulation, making this is a must-attend event.
TCI looks forward to hosting professional dealing with remittances, money transfers, anti-money laundering, compliance, international payments, treasury, regulation and trade to attend this highly informative event.
The event will take place on 14 & 15 March 2018 at the Indaba Hotel, Johannesburg. The conference will place emphasis on broadening the reach of Southern African remittances and money transfers.
Contact Trade Conferences International : 011 803 1553
Attending delegates can look forward to listening to an array of knowledgeable speakers from operating with remittances and money transfers. There will be representatives from companies, amongst others, such as Barclays Africa Group, ENS Africa, SADC Banking Association, Mukuru Africa, Centre for Financial Regulation and Inclusion, Finteq, BankservAfrica presenting at the conference.
Registration fee: R9 500.00 + VAT = 10 830.00 p.p.
Group Registration fee (for 3 or more): R8 550.00 + VAT =R9 747.00
Group Registration fee (for 5 or more): R8 075.00 + VAT =R9 205.50
For more information, contact TCI on +27 (0) 11 803 0009 or e-mail Jason Joseph at firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit the conference website at http://www.tci-sa.co.za/crossborderconferences/