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Payments East Africa 2016 at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya | Sept 27-28

Payments East Africa 2016 on 27-28 September, Radisson Blu Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya

Banks and telecoms worldwide are rethinking their current business models

East Africa is a hub for such innovations and Payments East Africa ( is at the epicenter of this opportunity.

Nairobi is the place to be for the second annual Payments East Africa. Last year’s disruptions are this year’s tools to hold onto your customers and keep your brand alive.Payments East Africa 2016 on 27-28 September, Radisson Blu Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya

We’ve had a great response and feedback these past few weeks from banks wanting to learn more about how digital can help them become more cost effective and operationally efficient whilst maintaining margins (in light of the recent capping of interest rates by the Central Bank). The reality is that the industry knows that technology can be a great differentiator in what is a very competitive market place as consumer expectations evolve on a daily basis,” said, Joseph Ridley, General Manager, Terrapinn.

Learn how banks can save billions by integrating block chain security. How telecoms attract millions of customers through mobile financial services. How central banks’ regulations can boost financial inclusion and expand card portfolios.

Learn from and Network with:

Abdi Mohammed, Managing Director, Barclays Bank Tanzania (Tanzania)

Avi Mitra, Chief Information Officer, Kenya Commercial Bank

Chris Kabagambe, Managing Director, Top Finance Bank (Uganda)

Jeremy Awori, Chief Executive Officer, Barclays Bank Kenya (Kenya)

Mathias Katamba, Managing Director, Housing Finance Bank (Uganda)

Melika Bedri, Vice President – Information Systems, Commercial Bank of Ethiopia

Peter Gitau, Chief Information Officer, Standard Chartered Bank (Kenya)

Roland Coulon, Chief Executive Officer, Access Bank (Tanzania)

Simon Njuguna, Chief Information Officer, CFC Stanbic Bank (Kenya)

Wilfred Musau, Chief Executive Officer, National Bank of Kenya (Kenya)

Patrick Wanjohi, Financial Services – MPESA, Safaricom (Kenya)

Alix Murphy, Senior Mobile Analyst, WorldRemit (UK)

Join them and 82 other expert speakers to learn about the future of FinTech, financial inclusion, mobile money and digital banking at Payments East Africa 2016. Stay ahead of the learning curve and get to grips with the most innovative solutions, super strategies and leading lights for the ultimate competitive advantage. 50+ exhibitors include:




Entrust Datacard

Ingenico Group

Hightech Payment Systems


Arab Financial Services


Plus 40 more exhibitors! (

Here is what last year’s attendees had to say:

Kosta Peric, Deputy Director, Financial Services for the Poor, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation: “Provided a front stage seat to understand the tremendous changes brought by digital and mobile banking in Africa.”

Leon Kiptum, Head, Consumer Banking, Family Bank Limited: “Highly enlightening and worth every minute I was there.” 

Agrippa G.R Mugwagwa, Executive Director – Retail Banking & e-Commerce, FBC Bank Limited: “I made some fantastic new contacts that should help my company to embrace new solutions and craft new strategies for competitiveness.”

Fred Kitunga, Sr. Manager, Data Centre Services, KCB: “An incredible meeting of the biggest brands and brightest minds”

Musa Kitoi, Head Products and Segments, Stanbic Bank Tanzania: “A great opportunity to learn where the industry is heading and what are the key focus items any bank should consider in the near to long term.”     

Payments East Africa is co-located with Future Bank East Africa ( and The Ecommerce Show East Africa (

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