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The changing UK payments landscape 

Steve Everett

Head of Payables & Receivables, Steve Everett, reflects on the accelerated rate of change, looking at how regulation and emerging technologies have shaped the overall response and what that means for payments in 2021. Featuring:

  • An update on the impact of the global pandemic on UK Payments
  • An update on Lloyds Bank Gem®  – our new payments platform
  • The growing role of API’s and adoption of open banking opportunities. 


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