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Unmasking Money Mules: “Who’s Liable for Fraud?”

Tony Craddock, Director General from The Payments Association and Mike Nathan, Global Head of Solutions Consulting at Feedzai explore the seismic shifts on the horizon for the financial services industry due to regulatory changes in fraud prevention and how these might rewrite the game’s rules—for better or worse. 

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PSD, simple as 1-2-3

Eduard Stringer, director of product management for Europe at FIS, explains why he believes the EU needs to step up and ensure regulation supports the needs of payments businesses and consumers.

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The NPA and future of instant payments

Andrew Hewitt, Director of Payment and Data Solutions at FIS, shares his views about the New Payments Architecture (NPA) and specifically instant payments, the future potential and risks, as well as his own learnings from early account-to-account initiatives.

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ESG and the risks of digitalisation

Charles Radclyffe explores why technology might not be the universal force for good it has always assumed to be and why the sector should be thinking about technology governance to mitigate and manage potential harms.

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PAY360 Live: The Role of Data Sharing and Collaboration

Listen to the Project Financial Crime fireside chat live from the PAY360. This fireside chat discusses results from the Project Financial Crime whitepaper in partnership with Form3, featuring Andrew Churchill, Ambassador, The Payments Association (Moderator), Chris Oakley, Head of Fraud, Form3 and Jonathan Williams, Payments Specialist, Payment Systems Regulator.

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