Lafferty Group and IAMTN to host Global Money Transfers Summit 2009

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Collaboration between two market leaders will foster a dynamic international money transfer sector

IAMTN and Lafferty Group join forces

Lafferty Group has a major interest in money transfers, which we view as part of the overall retail financial services market. We support the talks currently underway to create a unified trade association for the industry and hope they will have reached fruition by the time the Global Money Transfers Summit takes place next month.

Lafferty Group is proud to host the Global Money Transfers Summit 2009 with the International Association of Money Transfer Networks (IAMTN). The two-day event will be held on 10-11 November 2009 in London.

Working together will enable Lafferty Group and IAMTN to unite leaders in the global retail financial services and money transfer sector for the benefit of the industry and consumers worldwide.

Michael Lafferty, chairman of Lafferty Group, says: "We are delighted to be hosting this conference jointly with IAMTN. George Piskov, the IAMTN founder, deserves great credit for all he has done for the global remittances industry."

Mr Lafferty added: "Lafferty Group has a major interest in money transfers, which we view as part of the overall retail financial services market. We support the talks currently underway to create a unified trade association for the industry and hope they will have reached fruition by the time the Global Money Transfers Summit takes place next month."

George Piskov, chairman of Uniastrum Bank and one of the founders of IAMTN, says: "I very much welcome Lafferty Group joining forces with IAMTN in delivering what promises to be a great event for the industry. The agreement will allow IAMTN to concentrate even further on its role as the industry think tank and international lobbyist."

The summit promises to be an unmissable event and will highlight the business case for money transfers in regions such as Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Middle East.

The Global Money Transfers Summit 2009 will show how banks can leap-frog hurdles they face by partnering with alternative players in order to provide an efficient and competitive money transfer service.

It will also focus on the changing regulatory landscape in the money transfer business, in addition to the latest innovations in technology and best practice for delivering successful money transfer solutions.

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