World Cards and Payments China Focus 2011

China is a country on the rise and it has succeeded to create a big interest of the world with its development and success in cards and payments area. More recently the Chinese banking system has shown true leadership in the development of smart cards and EMV migration while the Chinese consumers seem to show an unlimited enthusiasm for these new products. Moreover, based on the aggressive promotion of 3G mobile networks and support of the Chinese government, China will soon be the largest mobile payments market in the world. Under this situation, China is now in booming period of card and payment market demand and usage.

A series of new regulations and business actions in 2011 have caused waves in cards and payments industry in China. 2011 is a year of innovations for payments and cards applications and is envisaged to be a year of extreme importance. That’s why we define this years’ theme as “What A Market, What A Year. Releasing The Power Of Payments“.

With these developments and know-how, we cordially invite you to Shanghai, the financial center of China to participate in this conference which will allow you to meet with senior executives from the payments, transport, telecommunications, retail, government and health sectors to discuss the latest regulations, technologies and case studies in these industries. World Cards and Payments, China Focus 2011 is the most important annual gathering from across the Asia Pacific looking at how to maximize opportunities in the booming Chinese cards and payments sector.

Time:  30 Nov – 2 Dec, 2011

Location:  Shanghai, China

Hosting Organization:  SZ&W Group

Event Website:

Contact:  Miss Viola Yan

Tel: +86 21 5830 0710

Fax: +86 21 5831 1668



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