Date: Thursday, 27 November, 2.00pm – 5.30pm
Venue: Jasmine Area, LG Floor, InterContinental Resort Midplaza
Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 10-11, Jakarta
Both digital payments (e-payments) and cellular repayments (m-payments) tend to be growing quickly across many elements of Asia Pacific and just starting to change company leads, expand economic accessibility, and empower little and medium company trade.
While crucial motorists of e-/m-payments industry eg smartphone penetration and net use are growing at an exponential level, many nations in Southeast Asia have yet to totally realise a sturdy e-commerce and e-/m- payments industry. According to a written report because of the Economist Intelligence product calculating e-Trade Readiness, Indonesia could be the just country in Southeast Asia to-be amongst those ranked in the top 20 globally.
This Roundtable examined styles in growth of e-payments in your community, along with the impact the rise for the business need on economic development and monetary addition. It will go through the possibility of better payments regulatory harmonisation across the region to be able to facilitate development and advantages. The Roundtable in addition introduced collectively a diverse band of stakeholders, including senior government officials, leading academics, appropriate industry representative figures, and personal industry repayments and e-commerce associates.
|13:30 – 14:00||Subscription|
|14:00 – 14:20||Keynote Address 1:
Dr. Setyanto Santosa, Chairman, MASTEL
|14:20 – 14:30||Remarks: Budi Yuwono, Senior Officer, Infrastructure Division, Financial Community Department, ASEAN Secretariat|
|14:30 – 15:40||Panel 1 : The influence of electronic repayments and e-Commerce on financial development
The payment industry and e-Commerce landscape are rapidly altering, driven by technical change, personal priorities and altering different types of company. This provides great potential for nations which were lagging in technological development to leapfrog and leverage this for financial growth through trade development. The possibility benefits to SMEs and marginalised communities are also considerable in supplying all of them with usage of areas which have thus far already been out of reach.Speakers:
Moderated by Dr. Peter Lovelock, Director, TRPC
|15:40 – 16:00||Coffee Break|
|16:00 – 16:20||Keynote Address 2:
Dr. Mari Pangestu, Former Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy, Indonesia
|16:20 – 17:20||Panel 2 : Regulatory harmonisation around payments and e-Commerce
Up to now, payments regulations and frameworks tend to be both national in the wild and commonly divergent throughout the region. In an age of e-commerce and local, and worldwide, integration, such divergence has been confirmed becoming suppressing trade business. Third party repayments providers often end up being categorized in entirely various certification frameworks in numerous jurisdictions. And, very affected groups are SMEs across the area taking a look at payment choices to participate in cross-border trade.Speakers:
Moderated by Sassoon Grigorian, Director of Public Policy, Asia-Pacific, e-bay Inc.
|17:20 – 17:30||Closing remarks and many thanks by organisers|