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The Payments Association CEO Roundtable hosted by Transact365

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Here at Transact365 this past week we hosted a CEO Roundtable in partnership with the Payments Association where we focused on the topic of “Banking: Challenging the Past, Present and Future”.

We were fortunate enough to have an esteemed attendee list that featured some of the worlds top talent in payments, not limited to: Christian Hamberger (Managing Director, Western Union), Todd Clyde (CEO, Token), Ed Adshead-Grant (GM & Director of Payments, Bottomline), Marion King (Director of Payments, Natwest), Reda Bedjaoui (Founder & CEO, Privat 3 Money), John Davies (CEO, The Just Loans Group), Gavin McLean (Managing Director, Cash Management & Payments, Lloyds Banking Group), Richard Arundel (Chief Evangelist & Co-Founder, Currencycloud) and of course Tony Craddock (Director General, Payments Association).

A number of key topics were touched on that included traditional banking vs challenger banks, financial crime, open banking and what will make a successful payments company in the coming years. For some of the takeaways head here: https://www.linkedin.com/company/transact365/

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