EAB bringing its biometrics in banking and payments seminar to Istanbul

May 9, 2016 - 

The European Association for Biometrics (EAB) will hold its next Biometrics in Banking and Payments seminar on May 25 at Technopark in Istanbul, the main technical innovation center in Turkey.

According to the Biometrics Research Group, the financial services sector has emerged as a primary end-user market for biometrics technology worldwide. The one-day Biometrics in Banking and Payments seminar will address the trends and opportunities of this fast growing market and discuss how processes can be designed in a convenient and privacy-compliant way.

The seminar offers a range of excellent international speakers, from end users to experts involved in state of the art biometric technology advances. Speakers will focus on the underlying business cases and developments in mobile banking and financial transactions and will share their experiences from a business perspective, touching on important aspects such as process flows, added value, fraud reduction, implementation strategy and client experience.

Participants will also learn about biometric solutions for in-branch and mobile environments and for internal and customer-facing usage. There will be presentations about how biometrics support mega trends such as personalization and location independent services.

The seminar is targeted to a broad profile of participants, including innovation managers, customer journey experts, security managers, solution designers, marketing managers and legal experts. Representatives from financial institutions get free access.

The seminar is being hosted and sponsored by BKM Card Services Turkey.

The Biometrics in Banking and Payments seminar series continues in London at the Citibank Canary Wharf on October 21 and in Amsterdam at ABN-AMRO HQ on December 8.

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