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Event Date Thu Jun 10 EDT (4 months ago)
Location Online
Region All
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This conference will consider the next steps for the UK digital payments sector.

The discussion takes place in the context of a range of developments including the Treasury’s Payments Landscape Review and the Payment Service Regulator’s reviews into consumer safety, as well as the recent raising of the contactless payment limit to £100.

Sessions in the agenda look at:
• the evolving landscape for digital payments - innovation, adoption, and market dynamics
• the future of cash - access, financial inclusion, and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic
• consumer priorities and market dynamics - competition and choice, and priorities for ensuring security and inclusivity
• the future for regulation
• driving innovation - and the implications of changes taking place in domestic and international markets
• supporting a vibrant payments sector - and the regulatory and delivery challenges for the UK's New Payments Architecture (NPA)

The conference is bringing together stakeholders with key policy officials who are due to attend from HM Treasury; HMRC; the CMA; BEIS; DIT; the Government Legal Department and DfT.

The agenda:
• The evolving landscape for digital payments - innovation, adoption, and market dynamics
• The future of cash - access, financial inclusion, and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic
• Consumer priorities and market dynamics - competition and choice, and priorities for ensuring security and inclusivity
• Regulatory priorities for the UK payment sector
• Driving innovation in the payment industry, and the implications of changes taking place in domestic and international markets
• Supporting a vibrant payments sector, and regulatory and delivery issues for the UK's New Payments Architecture (NPA)

Speakers

2021 Speakers

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

Jon Maskery
Partner, PwC

Genevieve Marjoribanks
Head of Policy, Payment Systems Regulator

Tony Craddock
Director General, Emerging Payments Association

CHAIRS:

Lord Razzall

Lord Holmes of Richmond
Vice Chair, All-Party Parliamentary Group on Financial Technology

SPEAKERS:

Becky Clements
Director, Payments, UK Finance

Marion King
Director of Payments, RBS Group (pre-recorded presentation)

Professor Suzanne Rab
Barrister, Serle Court Chambers; Expert Panellist, UK Regulators Network, and Professor, Commercial Law, Brunel University

Sonia Brown
Executive Director, UK Government Engagement and Regulatory Affairs, Visa