The Changing World of Payments
Implications for Policy Making and Regulation
19 - 21 Setember 2017 | Johannesburg, South Africa
The program will combine academic inputs with keen insights from industry experts and practitioners. The methodology will be highly interactive and participant-centered, including brief lectures, experiential activities, simulations, small group discussions and live cases. A Duke CE orchestrator will weave the narrative thread through the various sessions of the program, to create an integrated learning experience, focusing on key take-aways and action items.
Duke Corporate Education (Duke CE) is the premier global provider of customized leadership solutions, consistently ranked among the top three globally the last 15 years. It is world renowned for its innovative, interactive and engaging methodology that ensures a high level of impact.
The Visa School of Public Policy's primary focus is to be a trusted partner and thought leader to government regulators and policy makers around the world . Our programs are designed to demonstrate the benefits of electronic payments for economies. They are also aimed at creating awareness of the positive impact that can be achieved when policies and regulations enable electronic payments and innovation to flourish.
Duke CE and Visa have jointly designed and developed an exciting three-day program to enable senior policy makers from across CIS to understand the emerging trends and changing business models, driven by innovations in the payment space. The key themes in the program include: the emerging context of the payments industry globally and regionally; key industry game-changers including fintech innovations and disruptions; risk and security; inter-agency collaboration; and implications for regulation and policy making.
We look forward to welcoming you to this exciting program.
In accordance with Visa's core principal of deepening partnerships, the Visa School of Public Policy has been created to be a trusted partner and thought leader to government and public sector stakeholders around the world. The school’s programs are designed to create a collaborative environment that promotes the sharing of specialized knowledge and experiences that deepen understanding of the payments ecosystem.
Since 2011, the school has provided training to over 2,000 regulators and policy makers. The positive response to our workshops has allowed us to maintain ongoing dialogues with all our key stakeholders.
Day One: | Setting the Context
Day Two: | Understanding the Changing Game
Day Three: | Committing to Change & Action
Partner, Kerridge & Partners
B.S. Leeds University, UK MBA, University of Leicester, UK
Leadership Development, Working of Regulatory Bodies and Stakeholder Networks in ASEAN.
Managing Director, Maris Strategies
Joe has been an educator on the VISA Business Bank Card School for six years and has presented at numerous VISA events
Financial Services. Leadership, Banking and Financial Services, Global Trends
Deputy Director, Center for Postnormal Policy and Future Studies
PhD, Alternative Futures/Strategic Insight, University of Hawaii at Manoa
MA, Religion/Religious Studies
Developing Foresight Capacity
Dean, Graduate School of Business, Nazarbayev University
PhD in Marketing and Econometrics from Purdue University
MSc. in Quantitative Economics from the University of Antwerpen.
Global Marketing, Digital Marketing, Marketing Strategy and Technology Forecasting
Business Leader, Head of Emerging Payments & Innovation for CIS-SEE region, Visa.
Country Manager, CA, Visa
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