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Decoding EC's Game-Changing Payments Announcements of June 28

Join us on June 29th as we delve into the highly anticipated announcements by the European Commission (EC) on June 28th, poised to revolutionize EU payments. Together, we will decode these game-changing developments, which include the new Payment Services Regulation, Open Finance framework, Late Payments Directive, and Digital Euro Legislation. We aim to explore the implications of these key initiatives for businesses, consumers, and the overall financial landscape.

While it may be too short notice to decrypt all the intricate details, this session serves as a head start for your regulatory study and summer reading. By bringing Nilixa Devlukia, a renowned expert in the field, we have the privilege of having the right person at the table to guide our analysis.

Nilixa is the Chair of the Open Finance Association and founder of Payments Solved, a regulatory consultancy advising on the regulatory framework for digital assets, open banking, payment services and fintech both in the UK and globally. Nilixa is an experienced regulatory expert and lawyer with a Masters in European Competition Law and over 20 years of banking and payments experience gained from her time at Barclays, the FCA, the EBA and as Head of Regulatory at the Open Banking Implementation Entity.

Nilixa sits on European Payment Systems Market Expert Group and ECB Digital Euro Market Advisory Group and was the policy lead at the Financial Conduct Authority on all UK and EU payments and e-money related matters, working together with HM Treasury on the negotiation and transposition of PSD2 and EU agencies on the PSD2 RTS.

Nilixa has been seconded to the European Banking Authority and has also worked extensively with the European Commission, the European Central Bank, the World Bank, EU and other regulators across the globe.

Don't miss this opportunity to gain valuable insights into the future of EU payments, stay ahead of the curve, and navigate the evolving regulatory and technological landscape.


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