Remittances and Money Transfers in South Africa
The global payments landscape is rapidly changing and South Africa is set to face a period of exceptional change over the coming years. More recently, the country has recognised the need for continuous payments modernisation to support the national imperatives outlined in the South African Reserve Bank’s (SARB) Vision 2025.
The Remittances & Money Transfers Conference 2020 will be taking place at on the 27 & 28 May 2020 at the Indaba Hotel, Fourways, Johannesburg.
The event will attract professionals dealing with remittances, cross border payment, anti-money laundering, digital remittances, clearing & settlements to name a few, these are the peers you can expect to network with and build long lasting working relationships with.
The signature Cross-Border Remittances and Money Transfers Conference (in its sixth instalment) will be a two-day conference tackling remittances and Money Transfers in South Africa. The conference will provide an overview of the remittances and money transfers in 2020, by focusing on the latest trends and challenges in the market, and sharing insights into how Southern African operators in the remittances space can extend their reach and influence with international money transfers.
Since its inception the Cross Border Remittances and Money Transfers Conference was attended by more than 300 delegates. These are some of the companies that attended previously such Standard Bank, Grinrod Bank, FNB Foreign Exchange, I-Pay Secure Payment, Shoprite Checkers, Bidvest Bank Human Capital, BankservAfrica, ABSA International banking SA, Mukuru Africa, Nedbank, Bank Windhoek, Standard Bank Group, Capitec Bank, Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr, ENS Africa, ICICI Bank, IQbusiness, SCAD Software, SFX, Standard Bank, Ubank, Veneka and ZB Bank to name a few.
Every year we set our sights on bringing you a world class organised conference with greater learning experiences.
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