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E-Finance & Payments Law & Policy is proud to present Payments Intensive 2014: Future Development and Regulation, a half day conference created in partnership with Eversheds law firm. The event will bring together key figures from business, legal and regulatory backgrounds, to discuss the most pressing issues in the payments sector today.
Attendees will receive invaluable take-away information on development and regulation, giving their organisations a strategic advantage. Throughout the conference, a wide range of important changes that the UK payments industry is experiencing will be examined, and a closer look taken at the latest legislative developments including the draft Payments Package issued by the European Commission, which we have an article on here.
Experts will be on hand to share their knowledge gained through their hard-won experience, along with regulators to ensure you are ready to steer your organisation through the myriad of proposed regulatory requirements.
Speakers to include:
Mary Starks, Director of Competition at the Financial Conduct Authority
Adrian Kamellard, Chief Executive of the Payments Council
To find out more and for pricing, head over to our Events page here.