Paynetics becomes member of the The Payments Association

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Here at Paynetics, we are proud to announce that we have become a member of the The Payments Association, a leading industry body for the payments sector.

Established in 2008, the Payments Association sets out to make payments work for everyone and runs a comprehensive programme of activities in order to achieve this. As one of over 130 members, we’re really looking forward to getting involved in the range of activities that the Payments Association hosts for its members and which include a programme of events, briefings and webinars, CEO roundtables, and networking and training activities.

Through our membership of the Payments Association we will be able to collaborate with those in the industry to tackle the important challenges facing our industry today such as financial inclusion, recovering from COVID-19, financial crime, regulation and access to banking. We see our work with the Payments Association as a truly strategic partnership as we accelerate our growth in the UK as well as across Europe. We can’t wait to connect with more payments professionals across the region to share knowledge and make an impact on the industry that we are all so passionate about.

“The team at Paynetics are not only running a leading edge, progressive business that has great potential to shake the tree in payments. They are also all true community players, and as we set out to make payments work for everyone, everywhere, it’s terrific to have them joining us on our community’s journey.” – Keri Farrell, Commercial Director, Payments Association

Our membership of the Payments Association is also further recognition of Paynetics as a trusted e-money institution. It’s the next step in our mission to simplify payments and pioneer the role of Europe’s leading regulated enabler to power both established brands and the next generation of fintechs.

We are an experienced executive team of renowned payments experts and we welcome any new, diverse business opportunities by connecting to existing and new partners through the influential Payments Association community. For those of you that are fellow Payments Association members, please do get in touch and know that our door is always open.

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