[Dave Birch] I’m going to be chairing the E-Finance & Payments Law & Policy two day E-Finance Intensive
on 5th and 6th November 2007 at the Grange City Hotel, 8-14 Coopers Row, London, EC3N 2BD (some of you may remember this as the fine hotel we used for the Digital Money Forum earlier this year). The event will look at the key regulatory, policy and legal challenges facing today’s payment professionals and will focus on all sorts of areas of interest ranging from prepaid and money transfer to SEPA and the PSD. Speakers include Lady Olga Maitland
from IAMTN, Robert Caplehorn from PayPal, William Long from Sidley Austin LLP (editor of the fine E-Finance & Payments Law & Policy
newsletter), Chris Reddish from Mastercard, Michael Salmony from EQUENS and many more. I’m very much looking forward to it, both because I think it’s useful for technologists and business persons to get a better picture of the regulatory landscape (especially because of SEPA) but also because I want to help the lawyers and regulators to get a better picture of the technological realities in the payments world. See you there.
Technorati Tags: prepaid, regulation, remittances, SEPA
If you’re going to be in London on November 5th and 6th and would like to attend the event, then you’ll be pleased to learn that the good, dear, sweet people — no, gentlefolk and scholars — at E-Finance & Payments Law & Policy have kindly agreed to give a complimentary delegate place worth ONE THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY POUNDS (plus VAT) to the first person to respond on this blog with the name of the M.P. who represented the fine people of Sutton & Cheam so ably from 1992-1997.
As always the competition is open to all, except for employees of Consult Hyperion, blogmeister Jane and members of my immediate family.
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