GSMA Fraud and Security Group #7
Dear GSMA Fraud and Security Group (FASG) Delegates
Subex Limited is a leading global provider of Business and Operations Support Systems (B/OSS) that empowers communications service providers (CSPs) to achieve competitive advantage through Business and Capex Optimisation is pleased to invite all of you to attend the next FASG meeting, which will take place in Rome, Italy from January 24th to 26th 2017.
The FASG#7 meeting is scheduled to start at 09:00 on Tuesday January 24th, and will conclude on Thursday January 26th at 17:30.
The meeting will be hosted in Ergife Palace Hotel
Serenity is an architectural virtue. It takes only one step into hotel Ergife’s hall to realize it.
The natural brightness of wide spaces, the elegance of design, the exquisite selection of materials, the comfortable facilities, the furniture and decoration elements all contribute to make you feel at ease.
Offering a quiet location and one of the largest outdoor swimming pools in the city, Ergife Palace Hotel is 10 minutes' walk from Cornelia Metro Station in Rome.The nearest bus stop is 200 m away and you can take 2 short bus rides to reach the historic centre. Vatican City is just 4 km away.
Ergife Palace Hotel
Via Aurelia, 619 - 00165
ROME - Italy
Tel: 0039 06 66441
Subex has negotiated special discounted price with the hotel for all FASG attendees:
|Room Category||Single Occupancy||Double Occupancy|
|Price||EUR 95||EUR 116|
These discounted rates include buffet breakfast and the complimentary use of internet and VAT.
City Tax of EUR 6 per head, per night will be charged extra.
The hotel reservation link will be active soon, till that time, delegates are requested to send in their hotel booking request to email@example.com
The reservations must be made before January 10th, after which the availability and the price cannot be guaranteed.
Important to note:
- Please note that all delegates are responsible for making their own hotel bookings and that the GSMA or the host Subex has no responsibility for this.
- All reservations will be guaranteed by the hotel against presentation of credit card details. Full amount for the room and other extras will be charged from the delegate’s credit card upon check out. Please note, if the transaction is declined, the booking will automatically get cancelled.
- Cancellation policy details can be found at the hotel’s website.
- Delegates may wish to extend their stay before or after the meeting. This should be discussed with the hotel directly.
Click here to book a room at Hotel Ergife Palace
Entry visa -
All delegates who are not part of Schengen Member Agreement are required to apply Schengen visa for their travel.
For more details on visa click here
For VISA invitation letters, please contact: Ramya Raj – firstname.lastname@example.org
When requesting a visa letter, please send the following details:
- Full name as per passport
- Passport number
- Place and date of passport issue
- Date of expiry
- Date of birth
Meeting Attendance Policy:
There is no restriction on the number of delegates per operator member that may register and attend the meeting.
Associate members may send up to three delegates each, although requests for additional delegates from the host and sponsors will be considered subject to available capacity.
All delegates must be members of the Infocentre Fraud and Security Group (FASG) with the exception of external invited guests. Such guests must sign a non-disclosure / participation agreement with GSMA in advance of attendance.
All delegates planning to attend the meeting must register on the GSMA Infocentre.
To register, please click here, and select “Register”.
Registration closes on 25th December 2015
The draft agenda will be available approximately one month before the meeting. Meeting input documentation will be available to download from the FASG #7 document page prior to the meeting start date.
There is a flat delegate fee of EUR 160 per delegate for 3 days which helps to cover the cost of meeting room and equipment hire, lunches and tea/coffee breaks. It must be paid by all delegates irrespective of number of days they attend. This fee is additional to the hotel accommodation charges, and needs to be settled through online transfer or through credit card onsite. Please note if you are using credit card, there will be an additional bank charges of EUR 4 per transaction. Any delegates not staying at the meeting hotel can pay the meeting fees at the hotel or online transfer. This fee has to be paid prior to attending the meeting.
Online Transfer Details:
- Beneficiary Name : Subex UK Limited
- Bank Account # : 86237723
- IBAN Number : GB27 LOYD 3000 0986 2377 23
- SWIFT Code : LOYDGB21013
- Name of Subex Bank Account & Full Bank Address : Lloyds TSB Bank plc
- 39 Threadneedle Street
- EC2R 8AU
- Sort Code : 30-00-09
- Subex Registered address : 1st Floor, Rama, 17 St Ann’s Road, Harrow,
- Middlesex, HA1 1JU
A limited number of sponsorship opportunities are being offered to GSMA Members. Please contact Ramya Raj (email@example.com) for more info about our sponsoring packages. Sponsors will be accommodated on a first come first served basis.
WELCOME TO ROME
Rome is like a moveable feast of endless courses. No matter how much you gorge yourself on its splendours, you rarely feel you’ve made it past the antipasti. From the remains of its imperial glory days to the Renaissance and baroque riches of its historic centre, the Eternal City is a living masterpiece.
With its awe-inspiring architecture and art collection, the Vatican City is also an essential stop. Declared an independent state in 1929, it’s home to St Peter’s Basilica (said to be the largest church in Christendom), the Vatican Museum and the shining star of the Italian Renaissance - the Sistine Chapel.
Beyond the seat of Catholicism, there are the Spanish Steps, Pantheon, and Piazza Venezia, which can all be found in the historical city centre. With so many jewels of ancient Rome found on almost every corner, visitors are transported back to bygone days of chariots and gladiators.
Things to see
The Rome tourist board offers the Roma Pass (www.romapass.it), which includes free access to the first two museums and/or archaeological sites, and discounts thereafter, plus free travel on public transport. It's valid for 48 hours or three days. Buy it from any tourist information point, participating museum or site.
- Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica)
- Cappella Sistina & Musei Vaticani (Sistine Chapel & Vatican Museums)
- Colosseo (Colosseum)
- Piazza di Spagna and the Spanish Steps
Shopping in Rome:
Italy’s has a well-deserved reputation for quality and nowhere more so than in Rome’s shops, studios and specialist boutiques. Major brands are well represented but it’s the bespoke leather goods, clothes, accessories and food that present the best value for money.
Via Condotti is where all the big-name designers have their shops. For smaller, independent boutiques try Via del Boschetto, Via del Pellegrino and Via dei Governo Vecchio. For mainstream labels and chains, focus your energies on Via del Corso. Luxury goods to take home include assorted vinegar, truffles and olive oil. Castroni, Via Cola di Rienzo 196, sells plenty of Italy's regional culinary riches.
Rome’s largest flea market is the vast Porta Portese in Trastevere (Sunday 0700-1300) and is the place to pick up antique knick-knacks for a good price. The oldest and most famous food market is the Campo dei’Fiori (Monday to Saturday 0800-1300) for anything from fresh produce and fish to beautiful flowers.
The oldest shopping mall in Rome is the Cinecittàdue Centro Commerciale, Viale Palmiro Togliatti 2. They have everything an eager shopper could want, from perfume shops to children’s toy stores. TAD, Via Babuino 155A, is a small conceptual department store that will answer your every niche style need from high-tech gadgets to high-end fashion.
Roman souvenirs range far and wide; stop in any local shop and peruse the local leather goods, from handbags to boots, or pick up a hand-carved rosary at the Vatican. The liqueur limoncello is a tasty reminder of the trip.
Value-added tax (IVA) of 22% is added to every purchase in Italy. If you are a non-EU resident and spend more than €155 on a single item then you can claim a refund when you leave the country. Only available from shops displaying a ‘tax free’ sign.
- Language(s): Italian & English
- Currency : Euro (EUR)
- Time zone : UTC + 01:00
- Weather : Approximately 7° C to 13° C in January
Do not hesitate to contact Ramya Raj (firstname.lastname@example.org) for all your enquiries.
See you in Rome! Subex Team