Following an overwhelming number of applications to join the project, the Project Futures project team has been finalised and confirmed. The project team is composed of C-level executives from across
Representatives from Project International Trade attended a round table hosted by the Lord Mayor of London on opportunities in Mexico. With Mexico’s new FinTech law about to be put before
Project Media launched the Payment Heroes video series in October. The video series champions members of the Payments Association projects and the activities and outputs of each individual project. The
Project Regulator has outlined the cores areas of regulatory focus for 2018 and has created three core working groups to shape the Payments Association’s approach. Project Regulator will focus on
Only 25% of tickets remain for retailers to sign-up for the Payments Association’s upcoming Retail PayTech Forum – held at the Montcalm Royal London House. The Retail PayTech Forum enables retailers
Project Rome released a thought leadership piece on modern slavery and how payments organisations can take involvement in preventing it. Penned by John Davies, Chairman at Kompli-Global, and Anne Pieckielon,
Andrea Dunlop, member of the Project Women in PayTech team, will speak about the visibility of women in FinTech and women in leadership at the European Women Payments Network (EWPN)
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