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Save the dateAugust 26, 20212 PM - 3:30 PM (GMT+1)
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The UK Finance Future Ready Payments report published in January 2021, as well as the Kalifa review on Fintech, published in February 2021 highlighted the importance of payments regulation in shaping the UK financial services market.


The UK has an excellent regulatory environment that helps to shape not only the way we bank and pay, but provides supportive leadership in fintech. Recognising this platform, the payments industry believes that more needs to be done to help move payments regulation forward and foster the innovation and competition which could make the UK system world-leading. With market and technology changes continuing to shape the market post Covid as well as regulation changing post Brexit, now is an opportune time to consider the current payments regulatory framework and the changes that will drive and shape future regulation.


Join the webinar and get the opportunity to hear our senior expert speakers line-up discuss the current payments regulatory frameworks, the key changes impacting payments regulation and the role and shape of payments regulation and innovation going forward drawing on international experiences.

Speakers
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  • Jana Mackintosh (Managing Director, Payments & Innovation of UK Finance)

    Jana Mackintosh

    Managing Director, Payments & Innovation of UK Finance

  • Stuart Davis (Partner at Latham & Watkins)

    Stuart Davis

    Partner at Latham & Watkins

  • Brett Carr (Associate at Latham & Watkins)

    Brett Carr

    Associate at Latham & Watkins

  • Kirsten Smart (Strategic Engagement Lead at Lloyds Banking Group)

    Kirsten Smart

    Strategic Engagement Lead at Lloyds Banking Group

  • James Shafe (Head of Department (Acting), Consumer & Retail Policy at Financial Conduct Authority - FCA)

    James Shafe

    Head of Department (Acting), Consumer & Retail Policy at Financial Conduct Authority - FCA

  • Paul Roe (Head of Department Payments Supervision at Financial Conduct Authority - FCA)

    Paul Roe

    Head of Department Payments Supervision at Financial Conduct Authority - FCA

  • Tony Craddock (Director General of Emerging Payments Association - EPA)

    Tony Craddock

    Director General of Emerging Payments Association - EPA

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