Morning, Tuesday, 19th May 2020
THIS EVENT IS CPD CERTIFIED
This conference will consider the future development of digital payments in the UK.
The conference is bringing together stakeholders with policymakers to discuss:
- Key regulatory developments and the implications for the UK payments sector;
- The New Payments Architecture and the Confirmation of Payee system;
- Security, authentication, and fraud prevention;
- Financial inclusion and the cashless society;
- Driving innovation in payments products and services; and
- Sector development, competition, and market dynamics.
As negotiations begin on the UK-EU trading relationship, we expect discussion also to touch on any potential impacts on the UK’s payment system.
There will be keynote contributions from:
- Maha El Dimachki, Head of Payments Department, Financial Conduct Authority;
- Genevieve Marjoribanks, Head of Policy, Payment Systems Regulator;
- Tony Craddock, Director General, Emerging Payments Association;
- Imran Gulamhuseinwala, Trustee, Open Banking Implementation Entity; and
- Natalie Ceeney CBE, Chair, Access to Cash Review and Chair, Innovate Finance.
Further speakers include Philip Coleman, Partner and UK Consulting Lead for Payments, Deloitte and Robert Courtneidge, Industry and Payments Expert.
- The UK’s emerging payments landscape and responding to the key challenges facing the sector;
- Regulatory priorities for the UK’s payments sector;
- New Payments Architecture - designing and implementing the UK’s future system for interbank payments;
- Payments in the cashless society - what is needed to ensure that the growth in digital payment services does not disenfranchise cash-dependent consumers;
- Consumer priorities and the development of digital payment services - competition and choice, security and authentication, and inclusivity;
- The impact of the ongoing implementation of Open Banking standards on competition and innovation in payment services; and
- Next steps for policy, regulation and industry in driving continued innovation in the UK’s payments sector.
Engagement with policy officials at this conference
Westminster eForum conferences typically attract strong interest from policymakers. This seminar will be an opportunity for stakeholders to engage with a range of interested officials who have reserved places representing: HM Treasury and HMRC.