A thriving community of payments professionals
The Emerging Payments Association (EPA) connects the payments eco-system, encourages innovation and drives profitable business growth. Our goals are to strengthen and expand the payments industry to benefit all stakeholders.
We achieve this by shaping a comprehensive programme of activities for our members with help from an independent board, which addresses key issues impacting the industry.
- Annual events programme
- Award ceremony
- Leading industry projects
- Lobbying activities
- Reports and whitepapers
The EPA is over 120 MEMBERS strong and growing. Our members come from across the payments value chain; including payments schemes, banks and issuers, merchant acquirers, PSPs, retailers, and more. These companies have come together, from across the UK and internationally, to join our association, collaborate, and speak with a unified voice.
Want to find out more about membership?
Get in touch to find out more about becoming a member: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fraud Watch is the leading publication reporting on all aspects of financial crime and money laundering. Subjects covered include compliance and regulatory changes, plus trends and developments of importance to fraud, money laundering and compliance professionals worldwide.
It provides global reporting of legal judgements, fines, ongoing investigations and upcoming fraud threats including payments fraud. In addition, there is detailed coverage of systems security initiatives, data protection rules, cybercrime threats and merchant requirements.
An online daily news and in depth article service complements the six printed newsletters per year. This is required reading for everyone in financial services.
To subscribe contact Maxine Wernick on +44 (0)1572 820088 or email email@example.com
Facebanx will be launching the first solution that solves the security issues around PSD2 at the Fraud conference
By developing a technology that creates a unique one time card number on a mobile device for every online transaction it solves the two key elements of PSD2: the customer is anonymous and if the card details are stolen they can’t be reused or resold. By having our solution use two independent channels for every payment, it means that if one channel is breached the other channel will not be affected
In addition, Facebanx’s solution allows US banks to leapfrog EMV migration without the need for expensive investment in infrastructure as it uses existing systems.
When combined with a risk based authentication system, using Facebanx’s single or multi-modal biometric technology, the solution creates a Secure, Frictionless and Regulatory compliant solution to PSD2.
Bandwidth Recruitment is an independent specialist in the provision of permanent and contract/interim staff solely to the payments industry.
Our track record of success can be attributed to many years recruitment experience combined with maturity and credibility.
We have spent years working within the payments sector building an enviable network of contacts and successfully providing a first class recruitment service to clients and candidates alike.
This network, combined with a thorough understanding of the payments lifecycle means we can discuss our clients’ requirements with knowledge and accurately match them to the very best candidates.
We work with many of the key players in the card payments sector. Our clients may range from large corporates to smaller privately owned organisations but the service remains the same – excellent and great value.
Vendorcom is a pan-European membership organisation whose primary aim is to connect the wider European payments community, promoting innovation, and ensuring a more collaborative approach across all of the industry’s various stakeholder groups.
Our capability stems from our direct engagement in the European and global payments industry, taking Vendorcom’s voice to the heart of the action through our direct participation with the UK Payment Systems Regulator, PCI Security Standards Council and European Payments Council.
Since launching in 2003, Vendorcom has supported the payments industry by providing a coherent and representative voice and by acting as a single point of authoritative and credible information for our members. We ensure that decisions made by industry influencers take into account the issues and concerns of all stakeholders who can engage collectively with existing working bodies in the payments community.