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What do others say about us?

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“Amazing conference organization
and group of experts.”

C-Level Executive
Multinational Company
in the Balkan Countries

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“Great conference,
excellent speakers.”

C-Level Executive
RE company-Western Europe
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“Great to see such a diversity of
representatives in the room
from all over Europe.”

General Manager
Multinational Company-Eastern Europe

References

Become an Association Partner

Premium Partners

Russian Electronic Money and Remittance Association (REMA) is an industrial association founded in 2010. It currently represents 16 largest players of the Russian e-money and money transfer industry.

The Association is a widely recognized center of competence on payments, specialized regulation, financial inclusion and financial innovations both in Russia and abroad. REMA consults regulators and private companies in Russia and elsewhere on the regulatory approaches, new technologies and risk mitigation strategies. We also represent Russian payments market at the Financial Action Task Force Consultative Forums and at the Alliance for Financial Inclusion.

Business Partners

Eurosmart, the Voice of the Smart Security Industry, is an international non-profit association located in Brussels, representing the Smart Security Industry for multisector applications. Founded in 1995, the association is committed to expanding the world’s smart secure devices market, developing smart security standards and continuously improving the quality of security applications. Members are manufacturers of smart cards, semiconductors, terminals, equipment for smart cards system integrators, application developers and issuers who work in dedicated working groups (security, electronic identity, communication, marketing). Members are largely involved in research and development projects at European and international levels. Eurosmart is acknowledged as representing “the Voice of the Smart Security Industry“.

The Electronic Money Association (EMA) is the trade body for electronic money issuers and innovative payment service providers including payment institutions, banks and payment schemes. The EMA represents its members in discussions with government, EU organisations, consumer bodies and other interested parties. Our members include leading payments and e-commerce businesses worldwide, representing online payments, card-based products, vouchers, and those employing mobile channels of payment. The association strives to increase the competitiveness of the payments industry, and to provide guidance for new products and services. The EMA website: www.e-ma.org

The NMTA is a trade association open to all organizations involved in money transmission, professional service providers and others with an interest in the money transfer industry. Members may be organizations or individuals. Our main focus is on money transmitter regulatory affairs in the United States.; we also provide information pertaining to the money transfer business in other countries.

Standard Partners

Established by the Financial Stability Board in June 2014, the Global Legal Entity Identifier Foundation (GLEIF) is tasked to support the implementation and use of the Legal Entity Identifier (LEI). The foundation is backed and overseen by the LEI Regulatory Oversight Committee, representing public authorities from around the globe that have come together to jointly drive forward transparency within the global financial markets. GLEIF is headquartered in Basel, Switzerland.

GLEIF is a supra-national not-for-profit organization making available the only global online source that provides open, standardized and high quality legal entity reference data. GLEIF is, by its statutes, agnostic to any particular commercial or political interests. GLEIF is uniquely positioned in the entity identification market.

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