Event Type: External

Many are familiar with the alarming rise of APP fraud in the UK due to the flood of documentaries or daily news articles highlighting the human impact of these scams. Take for example, the latest Which? research that highlights that every hour, victims are losing more to bank transfer scams than the average UK worker earns a year. 

As we celebrate the 2nd anniversary of Confirmation of Payee and a revamped voluntary reimbursement code, the APP fraud problem persists, and most financial losses are still falling onto consumers and businesses. 

With the latest official fraud statistics due to be published within the next few weeks, it’s time to review and measure how far we have come as an industry.

We’ve gathered a panel of industry experts to debate the issues and the expected interventions from the regulator in the industry this year.

Join the lively discussion where we’ll cover: 

This session will be followed by a live Q&A.

Credit Summit is back, live and in-person, in the heart of Credit Week

Throughout the summit, there will be a focus on steering a path through the uncertain times the industry and society at large is operating in. Our economic, political and regulatory updates set the scene for the approaching years.

With seven dedicated streams covering key themes across risk, regulation, digitalisation, leadership, and culture, as well as thought-provoking plenary sessions and membership roundtables.

Returning for the 14th year, Credit Summit has something for every function and every role within the credit and financial services community.

Open Banking has the power to transform lives and businesses. It is the most significant digital transformation the financial services sector has seen in decades. Introduced to stimulate competition, drive innovation, and offer consumers and businesses greater control of their finances, there are already so many success stories.

The Open Banking Expo Awards is the only awards scheme serving the Open Banking and Open Finance industry across the globe. Launched virtually in 2021, it attracted more than 120 entries across 15 categories, with 90 companies shortlisted.

It returns in 2022 on 7 July; the deadline for entries is 1 April 2022.

Contact hello@openbankingexpo.com for more information or visit www.openbankingexpoawards.com to submit your entries or to book tickets. Book by 7 June to get 10% off.

The 2022 categories:

  1. Best Use of Open Banking Data
  2. Best Use of Open Banking by a Non-Financial Services Company NEW
  3. Best Open Banking Partnership – Consumer
  4. Best Open Banking Partnership – Commercial
  5. Best App – Consumer
  6. Best App – Commercial
  7. Best Customer Experience
  8. Best ASPSP API Suite NEW
  9. Open Banking for Good Award
  10. Best Third-Party Provider
  11. Best Anti-Fraud Solution NEW
  12. Best Open Banking Payments Project NEW
  13. Best Open Finance Innovation
  14. Open Banking Pioneer Award – Individual
  15. Open Banking Pioneer Award – Organisation

Future of Utilities is uniting the brightest minds in energy retail to set out a smarter future for networks, customer experience, operations and business strategies.

With the sector reeling from a global energy crisis and still building back from the pandemic, the route to Net Zero has never been more complex. Now is the time to rewrite your strategies, restructure transformation agendas and reset the short-term milestones needed to get to 2050 with network flexibility, digitalised CX, smart meters, customer engagement and EV product offerings.

FinTech Awards London is designed to recognise, attract and invest in the talented FinTech Companies & professionals working in London.

FinTech Awards London will recognise the achievements of the thriving FinTech sector across the country, bringing leading innovators and digital experts together in an evening of celebration.

The Open Banking World Congress 2022 is HOT!
We’re meeting, bonding, debating, agreeing on creating value from open finance possibilities now.500 leaders will converge in Marbella this May, they will be privy to commercial and strategic insights, from both on-stage and numerous off-stage discussions. Join us and you will be in a prime position to benefit from all the opportunities this will present.

The world’s leading open finance conference delivers stimulating keynotes, engaging outdoor workshop stages, plentiful 1-2-1s, networking and memorable parties… all in a fantastic, exclusive setting that has been maximised for relationship building.

Key activities:

Agenda themes

Keynote morning stage

Discussing the big issues, trends, and opportunities. 

Afternoon outdoor stages

Join us in-person in Marbella or get your free virtual ticket for an exclusive online agenda.

In recent months, HM Treasury and the FCA have started setting out a clear framework for a new regulatory regime for the financial markets which sweeps away many of the compromises of the EU regulations and creates new opportunities for the UK markets to thrive. City & Financial Global’s Future of UK Financial Services Regulation Summit, taking place on 8th February 2022, is a unique forum for senior management in financial institutions to assess the impact of the new regime and position their organisation to take advantage of the opportunities it presents.

The summit follows the success of a series of events City & Financial has run over the last three or four years looking at the effect of onshoring the MiFID and MiFIR regimes into UK law and other post-Brexit measures. One of the central issues is, of course, the Treasury’s Wholesale Markets Review. However, the Review is part of a wider overhaul of financial services regulation including the FCA’s various consultations on the Investment Funds Prudential Review, the Listing Regime Review in March 2021 and the Treasury’s consultation on the UK Prospectus Regime in July 2021.

Other themes to be covered include those that the Treasury has identified as being important for the City as it seeks to build on its status as a leading financial centre. These include facilitating the recruitment and retention of highly-skilled workers from the EU; maintaining London’s dominant position in fintech, payments and crypto assets; becoming the global leader in green finance; and moving forward with UK-US financial services trade liberalisation.

On 13 January 2018 Open Banking launched in the UK after years of wrangling between banks, regulators and fintechs. Now four years on we look back at the successes and shortfallings of the project, and consider the next four years of the ambitious plan to unlock our financial data.

With special guests Charlotte Crosswell, Chair and Trustee of the OBIE and Eyal Sivan, Head of Open Banking at Axway.

Open Banking adoption rate is on the rise globally, but UK is still at the forefront leading the way but how do they keep setting the pace? This Campfire will discuss, what those megatrends are and what benefits for consumers and businesses are yet to be seen, to keep up the pace.

AccountingWEB Live Expo is a new, free to attend, event created to meet the real needs of busy accounting and finance professionals, like you – bringing the community together to meet, keep up to date, share best practice and be inspired.

Brought to you by the team behind AccountingWEB, the event offers a brilliant blend of practical content, educational workshops, alongside inspiring keynotes and supplier and technology showcases. Visit to discover what’s new and get the latest advice direct from trusted advisors to help you prepare for 2022, and beyond!