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Money on the move

Source: Mobey Forum

The Mobey Forum examines the different methods available for banks to secure payments in mobile money transactions.

Targeted at senior management and other decision makers in financial institutions, the paper provides:
  • An analysis of the current status of the mobile financial services ecosystem.
  • An overview of all stakeholders – including those related to secure elements – in the mobile financial services value chain.
  • Detail on the secure element issuance process, lifecycle management and potential Trusted Service Manager pricing models.
  • A chapter on the features, application and impact of different secure elements – including stickers, secure micro SD cards, universal integrated circuit card, embedded secure element and trusted mobile base – in mobile financial services.

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A Finextra member
A Finextra member 24 March, 2010, 04:04Be the first to give this comment the thumbs up 0 likes

Excellent paper.. Very useful for anyone interested in mobile banking and security aspects associated with it..

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