About our experience in MRC Singapore 2023 Conference and TrustDecision selected as one of the solution providers to share about Payment Fraud in China: Risk Analysis and Countermeasures.
October 26, 2023
The Merchant Risk Council (MRC) Conference in Singapore, held from 23rd to 24th October 2023, proved to be a pivotal gathering for payments and fraud prevention professionals across the Asia-Pacific region. As the leading event of its kind in the region, the conference served as a platform for industry experts to converge, foster connections, exchange ideas, collaborate, and collectively explore the dynamic landscape of payments and fraud prevention.
This year's MRC Singapore conference promised fresh and thought-provoking content, allowing attendees to gain expert insights from industry leaders on the latest developments in payments and fraud prevention. Among the many noteworthy speakers,TrustDecision, was selected to share insights on a critical topic -"Payment Fraud in China: Risk Analysis and Countermeasures."
Wang Ying, the Solution Director of TrustDecision, captivated the audience with a presentation that delved deep into the intricate realm of payment fraud trends in China. Her presentation also shed light on how these trends can potentially impact the global landscape of payment fraud.
The focal point of Wang Ying's presentation was the analysis of fraud characteristics on a massive scale. With China's rapidly growing digital economy and an increasingly interconnected world, understanding these characteristics is paramount for organizations dealing with global payments. The nuances she unveiled provided valuable information for professionals aiming to combat this multifaceted issue.
It was delighted to see Wang Ying's presentation be very well-anticipated and sparked many meaningful conversations after the session, especially about her sharing on fraud mitigation strategies. As the saying goes, "Prevention is better than cure." In the context of payment fraud, this couldn't be truer. Wang Ying emphasized using technology such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) to identify and respond to the growing threats posed by fraud rings. The crisis brought about by fraudulent activities can be mitigated by harnessing these advanced tools, which are becoming increasingly vital in the arsenal of fraud prevention.
The conference also featured many other topics including merchant-issuer collaboration, evolution of alternative payment in Southeast Asia, generative AI for fraud prevention, digital payment optimization, and striking the balance between customer experience vs security, as well as innovation vs compliance. These are delivered by influential solution providers and influential merchant speakers leading the fraud space in APAC such as Netflix, Lazada, Tokopedia, iHerb, Amazon,Dyson, ByteDance, Grab, J.P Morgan, Visa, Mastercard, WorldPay, Stripe, Google, Boku and many more! As the world of payments and fraud prevention continues toadvance, forums like the MRC Conference serve as essential platforms to facilitate knowledge exchange, collaboration, and the development of effective countermeasures.
In conclusion, the MRC Singapore Conference lived up to its reputation as a vital gathering for professionals in the Asia-Pacific payments and fraud prevention sector. TrustDecision's presentation on Payment Fraud in China, led by Wang Ying, offered attendees valuable knowledge on mitigating risks and combating payment fraud in an increasingly interconnected world, emphasizing the pivotal role ofAI and ML in these endeavors.