A New Form of International Cooperation: How will Payments be Made?
Positive dynamics in the global payment card market, the impressive development of payment infrastructure, and the trend of numerous countries reducing their dependence on American and European international payment systems, until recently, all seemed to point towards the strengthening and accelerated international development of national payment systems. There is only one goal: consumers who can and want to gain the freedom to conduct ordinary financial transactions should be able to do so regardless of the country in which they are located. What is the best way to achieve this goal and remain resistant to any geopolitical processes?
Tinatin Kandelaki, Deputy Director General, Gazprom-Media Holding; Managing Director, Gazprom-Media Entertainment Television
Alexander Aivazov, Senior Vice President of Investment and Business Development, VK
Alberto Quinones Betancourt, Director General of Systems Technology and Development, Central Bank of Republic of Cuba
Vladimir Komlev, Chairman of the Management Board, Chief Executive Officer, National Payment Card System
Calixto Jose Ortega Sanchez, President, Central Bank of Venezuela
Tarek Raouf, Chief Executive Officer, Egyptian Banks Company (EBC)
Emrah Sener, Deputy Governor, Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey