ABOUT MOBEY DAY

Mobey Day is the annual flagship event by Mobey Forum that brings together decision makers from the financial services and fintech industries. It empowers banks and other financial institutions to lead the future of digital services.

Mobey Day connects industry thought leaders to identify and understand commercial drivers for a better customer experience.

It is a two-day event filled with opportunities to make strategic business contacts and to hear eye-opening views from industry leaders.

THEMES

Banking & Payment (R)evolution

Security and Risks 

Emotions in Finance

2016/10/05 08:30:00

WHY ATTEND?

Content you cant google

“You get to talk to people, to ask lot of opinions and you might get a little bit of information
off the record.”

George Charalambous, HSBC Bank

Sponsorship opportunities to make your brand stand out

“Mobey Day is very well targeted. You talk to less people than you would at a larger conference but 9/10 of the people you talk to are relevant.”

Sponsor, year 2015

Connecting thought leaders

“Networking and sharing is definitely the best in Mobey Day! Linking with other participants in the market and exchange ideas with very different stakeholders”

Teresa Mesquita, SIBS

Exciting speakers and interaction with decision makers:

“I would give this event 10/10. I met exactly the right kind of people and made some
very valuable contacts.”

Sponsor, year 2015

WHO TO EXPECT AT MOBEY DAY

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  • xVP/CxO
  • Head of
  • Director
  • Manager
  • Consultant
  • Finance and Payments
  • Technology Provider
  • Mobile and Telecom
  • Consultants

HOSTED BY

Imagin Bank

ENABLERS

Aware
EMVCo
Gemalto
GSMA
Inside Secure
Irdeto
Promon
Trustonic

FRIENDS & MEDIA PARTNERS

Aite Group_research partner
European Payments Council
Fintech Finance
Global Banking & Finance Review
Mercator Advisory Group
Nilson Report
Norfico
Payments and cards network
Payments Compliance
Payments Journal
Sim Alliance
Smart Insights
Smartex
Telemedia Magazine
The Paypers
Topcreditcard processors
Trusted Computing Group