Payments Innovation Conference 2015

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Payments UK and techUK invite you to join us at our fifth annual 'Payments Innovation Conference' at Etc. Venues, St Paul's, London on Monday 29 June 2015. This year's event will feature high-profile speakers and panellists from across the payments industry.

Building on the success of last year's event, the 2015 conference will bring together all key stakeholders in the payments value-chain. It will expand on the themes of payments innovation trends, end-user and system-user needs, and, through collaboration, how innovative payment systems can be designed to respond to these needs and deliver a world-leading UK payments infrastructure that supports competition and economic expansion.
Particular areas of focus are the elements that underlie successful development of such a payments infrastructure:

consumer behaviour – what will end-users and system-users, including technology vendors, businesses and government, want in ten years?
What therefore are the best platforms to deliver this?

new business models – how can collaboration leverage existing and emerging technologies to provide new business models, such as unlocking value from data, which can in turn deliver further opportunities for competitive innovation?

fraud and security – how can collaboration within and across sectors help to address concerns about the security of new payment mechanisms and simultaneously improve the end-user experience?

This conference will look to address these questions and, in doing so, provide a platform that explores how collaborative innovation developments, can help to build the foundations for the UK's future payments infrastructure.

To register for the event please email Tina Gallagher with your business title and organisation contact details. You will receive a response within 3 working days. Please note that by registering to attend the conference you may be contacted by the organisers and sponsors of the event.

Due to high demand for this event, we will need to limit the number of delegates per organisation (to a maximum of two). As the event is designed to attract a wide range of stakeholders we reserve the right to maintain stakeholder quotas.

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Payments UK

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