12th Annual Digital Money Forum

Consult Hyperion [www.chyp.com]
Twelfth Annual (12th - 2009) 31st March & 1st April 2009
Guoman Hotel, Charing Cross
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Introduction

The goal of the Forum is to encourage discussion and debate around the real issues at the heart of electronic money in all its forms. In addition to this Forum, every autumn we organise the annual Digital Identity Forum (see the web site at www.digitalidforum.com for more details), the sister event to the Digital Money Forum.

As usual we will be limiting the number of delegates at the 2009 forum to 100 registrations per day. The discussion has already started on our new Digital Money Forum Blog. We would like to thank all of our sponsors for their support.

Agenda

Tuesday 31st March Wednesday 1st April
09:00 Welcome to day one 09:00 Welcome to day two
09:15 Virtual Money vs. Hyper Money
Dave Birch, Consult Hyperion
09:15 Innovation in Finance & Technology
Dave Birch, Consult Hyperion

 
 
09:30
 
 
10:00
 
 
10:30
Payments and Money
Chair: Dave Birch, Consult Hyperion
 
Currency 2.0
Prof. Lawrence H. White, UMSL
 
The Nudge Factor and Cash
Leo van Hove, VUB
 
Tom Paine and Digital Money
Oliver Dudok v. Heel, Lewes Pound

 
 
09:30
 
 
10:00
 
 
10:30
New Perspectives
Chair: Tom Standage, The Economist
 
Mobile Making a Difference
Alastair Lukies, Monitise
 
The Social Life of Money
Bruce Davis, Ethnographer
 
Enthnographic Study of M-PESA in Kenya
Olga Morawczynski, CGAP
11:00
Coffee
11:30
Expert Panel: Inclusion or Exclusion?
Mod: Jane Fuller, CFSI
Ken Howes, Prepaid Intl. Forum
Jim Rosenberg, CGAP World Bank
Dominic Peachey, FSA
Mick McAteer, Inclusion Centre
11:30
Expert Panel: Technology push or business pull?
Mod: Chris Skinner, FS Club
Richard Sanders, ACI Worldwide
Michael Salmony, Equens/EPC
Will Judge, Transport for London
Neil Lover, Nationwide
12:30
Lunch

 
 
14:00

 
14:30

 
15:00
Security: Where Next?
Chair: Elton Cane, Finextra
 
The Current Biometrics Marketplace
Maxine Most, Acuity Inc.
 
Lessons in Online Fraud
Jane Belankaya, Webmoney
 
Going Live with Voice Payments
Nick Ogden, CEO Voicepay

 
 
14:00

 
14:30

 
15:00
What Will Change in 2009?
Chair: Dean Bubley, Disruptive Analysis
 
Market: Innovating in a Recession
Tim Jones, Innovaro
 
Technology: Powered Payment Cards
Riten Gohil, Visa Europe
 
Regulation: Payment Services Directive
William Long, Sidley & Austin
15:30
Traditional English Tea Break (with strawberry jam and cream scones)
16:00
Expert Panel: London Calling
Mod: Charles Arthur, The Guardian
Rene Batsford, EAT
Ben Whitaker, Masabi
James Allen
James Gardner, Lloyds
16:00
Expert Panel: What will make m-payments work?
Mod: Jonathan Collins, ABI
Roy Vella, Royal Bank of Scotland
Andy Ramsden, O2
Colin Swain, Barclaycard
Jon Prideaux, Secure Trading
Gavin Krugel, Director of the GSMA
With panel game and prizes!
17:00
The Future of Money Exhibition
Royal College of Art
 
End of Forum, see you in 2010.
17:30
Drinks and
Digital Money Monopoly 2009
   
18:30
End of Day One    

 

Costings

An early bird discount is available for payment received before the 6th February 2009.
 

Two Days £399 + VAT

After this date the cost of attending the forum will be:
 
One Day £250 + VAT
Two Days £445 + VAT

These prices include a three course lunch, refreshments throughout the day, and attendance at the Digital Money Mastermind taking place at the end of day one.

Booking

If you would like to register for this event, please book online using the Secure Booking Form or contact Info at Consult Hyperion.

The Digital Money Forum is a not-for-profit event that supports a variety of charities.
The charities we support are

Action Medical Research
Jubilee Action
BUFFER (Breast Unit Fund For Education and Research)

The Digital Money Forum is a not-for-profit event. Any surplus funds generated are donated to local charities.
Information on this can be found on the Consult Hyperion web site after the event.