February 3rd & 4th

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With the Support of COFETEL


February 3rd & 4th, 2011

Mexico D.F., Mexico


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http://www.portability2011.frecuenciaevents.com/files/speakers/MONYDESWAANADDATI.jpgKeynote speaker. Mtro. Mony de Swaan, Presidente de la Comisión Federal de Telecomunicaciones
"Los desafíos regulatorios de las telecomunicaciones mexicanas 2011-2012”.

Mobile Mexico & Central America Summit 2011

February 1st


Accomodations at the Presidente Intercontinental at US$130 per night


Frecuenciaonline.com announces Mobile Commerce Mexico and Central America, the satellite conference of our flagship event Mobile Commerce Americas. MCMCA debuts in the region at a time when the debate and analysis of the real possibilities of Mexican and Central America adoption of enhanced mobile payments, transfers and banking services are real and necessary.

The growing penetration of smart portable devices and the low percentage of customers using massively financial products provide the financial sector a special role and a huge window of opportunity for offering these kind of services. However the number of banks and financial institutions offering mobile banking is still low.


The slow development of mobile commerce is due the lack of information for and about consumer, and fears about the safety of transactions.


In Mexico, 95% of mobile banking transactions are balance inquiries and airtime purchases, and -in a lower proportion- personal account transfers.


Confirmed Speakers / VIPs

Jorge Sánchez Barceló, Gerente de Banca Móvil, BANORTE

Representante de la Cofetel

Edgar Betts, Executive Director, Smart Card Alliance Latin America

Ernesto Piedras Director General, The Competitive Intelligence Unit

Marcello Veronese, Director de e-Business de HSBC México

Lee Araujo, Business Leader Mobile Innovation, VISA



Representante del Iab México

Gregory Keough, Chairman and CEO, RegaloCard

Carlos López Moctezuma, Coordinador de Asesores de la Presidencia y Vocero de la Comisión Nacional Bancaria y de Valores


Juan Arauz, Director de Medios de Pago Móvil de BBVA Bancomer

Gilberto Muñoz, responsable de Banca Móvil de Banco del Bajío

Jorge Eduardo Soto Guzmán, Supervisor Desarrollo Normativo, Superintendente de Bancos de Guatemala

Mauricio Yerena, Experto MKT Servicios Financieros, Telefónica Movistar México

David Youker, Senior Director, mCommerce, Sybase

Santiago Vasquez, Project Manager, Mobile Payments, Central Bank of Ecuador


Gabriel Torres, Business Development, Mozido

José Guillermo Bautista Niño, Jefe de Portal Servicios Bancarios Móviles, Inbursa

Jorge Luis Paz, Gerente de Mercadotecnia y Comercio Electrónico- interjet.


Miguel Herrera, Senior Investment Officer, Frontier Investments Group, ACCION International


Fernando Rojas Castañeda, Especialista Regulatorio Económico / Relaciones con Gobierno y Jurídico, Alestra

Ariel Olivares, Analista, The Competitive Intelligence Unit, CIU

Carlos López Jones, Editor en Jefe de Grupo Editorial Tendencias

Federico Gómez Schumacher, Director General, PayPal México

Miguel Sánchez, Consulting Sales Manager / Telecom, Giesecke & Devrient de Mexico S.A


According to the 2010 World Payments Report by Capgemini, RBS and EFMA, the banking sector is one of the best positioned players as a trusted provider to merchants and consumers. Similarly, it is expected that alternative suppliers (mostly telecom operators) will reach the 12.4% in 2010 in electronic payments.


For these reasons, the Mexican and Central America mobile industry should expect a profitable and important mobile payment and banking market in the immediate future. This is the right time to discuss and learn thoroughly about the regulatory, technical, business challenges and options for mobile commerce and banking possibilities!


If you want to share your benchmarks and experience, this is the time to submit a speaker proposal.


Register today and ensure your place in this pioneer and unique conference exclusively devoted to Mobile Commerce in Mexico & Central America


For more information, please contact:
Anabella Marciello
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Ana Maria Yumiseva
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