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We will be holding two stakeholder webinars on Wednesday 23 June and Wednesday 30 June to discuss the priorities we have chosen to focus on in our strategy. You are welcome to sign up to one or both. 

We will be joined by a panel of guest speakers* including Jana Mackintosh, UK Finance; Faith Reynolds, PSR; Anne Boden, Starling Bank; Steve Dowling, Association of Convenience Stores; Aidene Walsh, PSR; Joel Lewis, Age UK; Jeni Mundy, Visa; Matthew Hunt, Pay.UK and Paddy Greene, Which?
Date: Wednesday 23 June 
Time: 13:30 – 15:00 
Location: Virtual (using Microsoft Teams)

Topic: (1) Ensuring users are sufficiently protected when using the UK’s payment systems, now and in the future. (2) Ensuring the current and future governance of the UK’s interbank payment systems supports innovation and competition in payments

Date: Wednesday 30 June 
Time: 10:00 – 11:30 
Location: Virtual (using Microsoft Teams)

Topic: (1) Promoting competition in markets, including: a) between payment systems within the UK and b) in the markets supported by them. (2) Ensuring users have continued access to the payment services they rely upon and support effective choice of alternative payment options
The strategy sets out an approach that aims to make sure payments and payment systems work well for everybody, that there is fair competition and people are protected when they make payments. The PSR’s approach will protect and embrace what’s working well, change what’s not and lay the foundations for new products, ways to pay and new payment systems so that they develop with the needs of real people and businesses in mind. 

To make this a valuable session we’re asking attendees to pre-submit questions to help shape the panel’s conversation. 

Depending on the number of acceptances we receive, restrictions per organisation may apply.  


We hope you, or a colleague can join us. To register and submit your questions, please by Monday 21 June 2021
Please note, these webinars will not be recorded.
*Guest speakers will differ for each webinar.