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Project Media continue raising the profile of the Payments Association

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Project Media continue raising the profile of the Payments Association

Project Media has raised the profile of the Payments Association and its members with coverage across Finextra, Mobile Payments Today, FStech, PaymentsSource, Payments Compliance, and The Paypers among others. The activities of the Payments Association and its projects were also publicised in a recent FinTech Unplugged podcast featuring Tony Craddock, Director General of the Payments Association.

Project Media also published the next publication in its ongoing blog series with a post from Project International Trade member Norah Prida Bay on the opportunities available for UK FinTechs in the Mexican market following the implementation of the new Mexican FinTech Law (which had been heavily influenced by UK payments regulations).

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