Bluechain to Moderate and Present Multiple Sessions at Seamless East Africa 2017
- September 13, 2017
Yoku Korsah to moderate keynote panel on the ‘Role of National Payment Switches’ and deliver session on ‘Low Cost Merchant Acquisition Strategies’
Bluechain, a universal Request for Payment (RfP) technology that secures data transactions through a single-user mobile experience across payment channels, announced Managing Director of Bluechain Africa, Yoku Korsah, will moderate a keynote panel and deliver a keynote session at Seamless East Africa held on September 6-7, 2017 at the Radisson Blu in Nairobi.
Bluechain’s Korsah will draw from his deep domain expertise with over 25 years in payments, consulting and advisory services, and experience as the former Chief Operating Officer of the Ghana Interbank Payments and Settlement Systems Limited (GhIPSS), to moderate and present the following Seamless East Africa keynotes:
Keynote panel: Increasing Interoperability – The Role of National Payment Switches
Keynotes, Sep 6 at 10:10
Moderator: Yoku Korsah, Managing Director, Bluechain
- Expanding access to financial services as well as financial inclusion
- Reevaluating the effectiveness of legacy core banking infrastructure
- Adopting innovative technologies to facilitate seamless payment systems
- Promoting co-opetition between financial institutions
Panel: Jennifer Theuri, CEO – Fintech lead, Integrated Payment Services Ltd;
Anton Groenewald, Head of Pre-sales: Africa, BPC Banking Technologies;
Bizuneh Bekele, CEO, Ethswitch S.C.
Building out a Low-Cost Merchant Acquisition Strategy in East Africa
Keynotes, Sep 6 at 12:23
Speaker: Yoku Korsah
Bluechain is a Platinum Sponsor of Seamless East Africa and recently announced the opening of its African office and subsidiary in Nairobi Kenya. Bluechain’s easy to use mobile payments app facilitates greater financial inclusion, while the Bluechain platform provides both merchants and consumers with increased security, simplicity and control over payments. The company’s ability to provide financial inclusion for the un-banked and create a cash-lite society provides the ability to continue to develop Africa’s economy, and drive commerce across trading partners through all channels of payments.
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