Posts Tagged "competition"

New Afternoon Tea Discussion on opening up Access in payments

Posted on Apr 28, 2015 in News

We have just launched our latest  Afternoon Tea Discussion  programme taking place on 1st July.  Highly topical, it’s on opening up infrastructure access in payments.  Our high profile panel members, including incumbents and challengers, will discuss the opportunities and challenges associated with this initiative – which is a key focus for regulatory bodies right now. Book now. The panel consist of: Otto Benz, Strategic Payments Director, Virgin Money Mark Curran, Payments Technical Services Director, Lloyds Banking Group Carlos Sanchez, CEO, Orwell Group Craig Tillotson,...

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Afternoon Tea Discussion – 19th January 2015

Posted on Feb 13, 2015 in News, Previous events

Afternoon Tea Discussion: “Has Apple Pay really upset the apple cart or is it all just hype?” Monday, 19th January 2015 – 5pm until 8pm             Addleshaw Goddard LLP, London EC1                                    Discussion Panel: Dave Birch, Global Ambassador, Consult Hyperion Phillip McGriskin, Managing Director, WorldPay Futures Nick Kerigan, Managing Director – Strategy, Intelligence & Emerging Payments, Barclaycard Mark Davison, Managing Partner, Partners Andrews Aldridge Cathy McCabe, CIO, Jaeger Gold Sponsors:   ...

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Guests joining debate on role of PSR promoting innovation

Posted on May 14, 2014 in News

There are still four weeks to go until the next Afternoon Tea Debate examining if the new Payment Systems Regulator can effectively promote an  innovation agenda to deliver a competitive payments industry.  The debate is at 5pm on 12th June in London.  You can see who is already joining in our debate below….. why don’t you book your place and come and throw your thoughts into the ring with our debaters, Gareth Thomas, FCA and Dr Helen Jenkins, Oxera versus Tim Ehinger, American Express and Adrian Cannon.  Keeping them in order will be Melanie Johnson, Chair of The UK Cards...

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