GRG Banking will be discussing the significant challenges arising as a result of Fintech and digitisation. They will analyse ATM and Cash trends and identify ways to embrace the challenges which face ATMs: creating a resilient and prosperous industry.
It's been 50 years since the introduction of the world's first ATM, and throughout that time banking has witnessed a period of unprecedented change. Consumer behaviour, disruptive technologies and a rapidly changing payments environment have changed the face of banking. In this brave new world is the ATM remain relevant?
In this session Neill will take us on a journey from 1967 to 2017 and share how the world of banking has changed, the impact on the branch and the consumer experience.
This year’s “ATM & Cash Innovation” would be the first opportunity in Asia for Mastercard to share its vision for the evolution of ATMs so that they remain core to the consumer’s digital banking needs. In line with this year’s theme - “Our Transforming Industry”, we are witnessing pockets of innovation in the ATM channel. We’d like to discuss our plans to guide the industry towards common standards ensuring a consistent consumer-experience. Any confusion for the consumers will derail all of our plans to drive the ATM channel growth.
We plan to open incremental revenue-streams for the ATM operators by expanding the use of ATMs beyond traditional cash withdrawal from a bank account. One such solution allows a consumer to access cash at an ATM without a card, as an alternative to receiving a check. Through another digital solution, we’d make all transactions inherently more secure by unlocking contactless interaction with an ATM via a mobile device.
Mastercard is working on these and many new ideas to arm issuers, acquirers and operators with technology to shape the next wave of innovations in the ATM channel.
The presentation aims to envision the future of self-services for banks by 2020 and how DBS is reimagining its Self-Services Banking (SSB) channel with emerging business models and technological advancements
This presentation will cover how you can improve ATM uptime and decrease total cost of ownership with a ‘zero touch’ connectivity solution. The presenters will also share with you examples how leading ATM deployers are using TNSLink, the challenges they faced prior to using TNSLink and how the solution has addressed those challenges.
The world of self-service banking is changing rapidly with new delivery channels such as mobile, tablet and home banking providing customers with financial electronic services. But what is the driving force behind self-service innovations and, most importantly, do they meet the needs of the customer? To attract new customers and keep hold of existing ones, banks must work closely with the self-service industry to drive solutions that provide consultation and sales cost-effectively, while continuing to deliver essential services like cash withdrawal.
Cash Recycling ATM is no longer the concept. Since OKI first developed the world's first Cash Recycling ATM, which was introduced in Japan in 1982, such type of ATM has been expanded all over the world. OKI will introduce our recent activities for ATM and Mechatronics Business
OpenSys (M) Berhad has been gaining significant footprint in the Malaysian ATM industry specifically in the space of Cash Recycling ATM. OpenSys currently holds 80% share of the Cash Recycling ATM market in Malaysia.
Mr. Eric Lim, COO of OpenSys will present and share how OpenSys managed to convince and justify to banks in Malaysia to deploy Cash Recycling ATMs instead of the conventional ATMs and CDMs. In his presentation, he will highlight the financial justifications and share successful case studies of Malaysian banks. He will present compelling reasons on why all banks should deploy Cash Recycling ATMs.
Join this presentation to discover more about new ways criminals are trying to exploit the trust and security of the ATM channel. This includes new ATM fraud techniques that are rapidly spreading to APAC such as "deep insert" skimming and the increasing number of dangerous ATM gas and solid explosive attacks.
The presentation will give a brief overview about INTERPOL, the worlds largest international police organization, its role in the international law enforcement community, its objectives and the tools and services provided. The work at INTERPOL's Financial Crimes Unit which is dedicated to combat different types of financial crime activities will be pointed. The presentation includes examples of the current nature of ATM related fraud and physical attacks and demonstrates how these types of crime are tackled within the global network of INTERPOL.