To engage with regulatory bodies to promote and champion the regulatory concerns of members of The Payments Association and drive change towards the development of a fairer regulatory landscape for payments companies
Alison Donnelly – Director, fscom
Mike Chambers – Director, Eazy Collect and Northey Point
Shannon Seitz – Legal Counsel, UK and Europe, Western Union
Max Savoie – Partner, Sidley Austin
Mitch Trehan – Head of Compliance, Banking Circle
Melissa Corkhill – Regulatory Compliance Senior Manager, Modulr
Nilixa Devlukia – Founder, Payments Solved
Robert Courtneige – Independent
Richard Mais – Associate Partner, EY
Kai Zhang – Special Counsel, K&L Gates
Manish Garg – Managing Director, Banksly
Dan Jones – Special Counsel, Baker Botts
Mike Peplow – Chief Executive Officer, Paynetics
Andrew Whitworth – Public Affairs Lead, Curve
Mina Louka – MD, CEO, B2B Payment Solution
Ryan Mason – Senior Manager, Tesco Bank
The Payments Association, through the activities of Project Regulator, engages with regulatory bodies to promote and champion the concerns of Payments Association members in current and future regulation and drives change through the development of a fairer regulatory landscape for payments companies.
The UK payments industry is moving through a period of structural and regulatory change and so the Payments Association is keen to ensure that the payments industry is fully informed of all regulatory change and to ensure that the voice of all Payments Association members is heard in payments regulation. Through the Payments Association’s Project Regulator, the Payments Association has produced an active consultation registry which details consultations that the Project Regulator team recommends an organisational response, highlights all live payments consultations and will act as a navigation tool for Payments Association members.
The Payments Association’s Project Regulator team, in partnership with FIS, has undertaken research to explore the ever-evolving landscape of corporate cards and how companies are using corporate cards more efficiently, throughout their businesses, to retain staff, reduce costs and optimise cashflow.
Created by a consortium of The Payments Association’s members that included senior figures from FIS, Cardlay, Schiltz & Schiltz, NatWest, FLEETCOR and Accenture, this expertise mix drawn from established banks, fintechs and regulatory experts gives a broad view of the corporate cards landscape and its future.
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