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The Future of Online Credit Payments

Latest trends, consumer preferences and new FCA regulations



Thurday 20th November 2014, 9.00am – 11.00am

Google Campus, 4-5 Bonhill St, London EC2A 4BX


Several banks are setting up their own fintech accelerators to be first to discover the next big thing. Mobile phone operators are trying to become financial institutions. Now Facebook wants to a piece of the action. What does the future hold and how should those accepting payments respond?

According to a recent report published by Centre for Economics and Business retailers could gain by adding the payment method which their customers prefer: by implementing better payment systems the sectors as a whole could make potential gains of £2.5 billion.

During this breakfast seminar we will meet five industry thought leaders representing the whole eco system. Each will give a 10 min talk about their take on the future followed by a 20 min moderated panel discussion where the audience can ask their questions.

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Keynote speakers

Jorn Lambert, Group Executive, Emerging Payments, MasterCard

Jonathan Byrne, Head of Retail Assets, HSBC

Andy Young, Head of UK, Stripe

Kevin Dallas, Chief Product Officer, Worldpay

Jonathan Rogers, Partner, Financial Services Regulatory Group, Taylor Wessing



Ticket update: Please note that as a Service Provider you can not book a ticket type as if you were a Technology Company or Investor. If you book the wrong ticket type it will be cancelled.

9.00 Doors open & registration starts
9.15 Doors close
9.20 Welcome
9.25 5 x 10 min keynotes
10.15 Panel discussion
10.30 Informal networking opportunity
11.00 End

Fresh croissants and juice will be available during the morning


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Then you should nominate it to the First Tuesday Award!

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It’s free to enter, application takes less than 15 minutes, and your details are completely confidential.

New & Final Deadline: Sunday 8th June 2014, 6.00pm.

Once a year we name The UK’s Most Promising Internet Company with a Final at Internet World trade show attended by 11,000 industry professionals. Previous winners and finalists includes companies once tiny companies like and when they where making their way up! Apart from the recognition the winner will be offered 6 hours of consultation from Deloitte with a choice of industry specialists from across all their service areas including, Tax, Audit, Corporate Finance and Consulting.

How it works: A panel of VC’s (see below) will screen and shortlist 10 companies and 3 finalists. Each business is assessed based on the robustness of their business model (incl degree of innovation, USP vs competitors), market size/company growth, technical execution and quality of the team. The 3 companies indexing the highest on these variables will be the finalists that will be forwarded to the jury. The finalists will pitch to the jury and Internet World audience live on stage Tuesday 17th June 1pm.

The award is handed to the winner by the Jury Chairman.


Chairman: David Buttress, CEO,


David took the company public last month and raised £1.47bn in the process, making it London’s biggest technology listing in eight years. Just Eat has 5.9m active users who place takeaway orders through the online service.

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EMEA Sales Leader at for over 8 years across multiple regions and market segments. Currently responsible for the EMEA Small to Medium Business Unit. Committed to aligning and helping start ups and fast growing companies achieve success. 15 yrs experience in technology across various industries and segments in EMEA.

David Cobb, Partner, Deloitte


Lead Deloitte’s  Transfer Pricing team with a focus on the Technology, Media & Telecoms industries for companies of all sizes.


Review Panel

Ben Tompkins, General Partner, Eden Ventures (Twitter: @b_tompkins)

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Grace Gould, Index Ventures (Twitter: @gracergould)


Grace works on the early stage technology investment team for Index Ventures. Previously she founded two startups, one in the health and one in the media space.

Linus Dahg, Wellington Partners (Twitter: @LDahg)


Early stage VC, Linus joined the Digital Media and Software team at Wellington Partners in 2014 His primary role is identifying investment opportunities and building relationships with the great entrepreneurs behind these companies. 

Mark Gracey, Principal, Scottish Equity Partners





Focused on software and web technology opportunities. Before joining SEP, Mark founded and ran the European operations of network security OEM. Previously he worked as an engineer for 7 years focusing on high-speed semiconductors.

Richard Marsh, Partner, DFJ


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Wayne Gibbins, Vice President, Notion Capital (Twitter: @waynegibbins)





Wayne has worked in a variety of roles within the web technology sphere including in software engineering, product management, product marketing, marketing, operations, strategic partnerships, communications and branding.

Frederico Pirzio, Founder, Playfair Capital (Twitter @Fede_r1c0)


Founder of early stage investment fund Playfair Capital and has backed thirty one tech companies in the last three years. Under this guise Federico also started the coworking and incubator space Warner Yard, a startup hub and the London outpost of US accelerator Techstars.

Mike Chalfen, Experienced VC (Twitter: @chalfs)





Over the past 16 years, Mike has served on 20 boards and made around 35 investments across the technology and media sectors. Invests in enterprise software and mobile, e-commerce and internet service. Before Advent he worked as a partner at BCG.


First Tuesday was founded in 1998 and is today the UK’s largest network for the leaders of high growth technology companies, their investors and related service providers with over 5,000 registered contacts.

The first tuesday of a given month (hence the name) we gather the best connected individuals to discuss new opportunities within a trending vertical in the digital space. It’s a thought leadership forum for those interested in staying ahead of the curve.

We promise to always;
Source the best keynotes, leave with new and actionable insight
Actively manage the mix of attendees, meet great people
Use your time efficiently, 60 min of talks followed by 60 min of networking

Or as we like to say; don’t network – be the network. Sign up to our next event and experience this for yourself.



Christer Holloman
First Tuesday UK



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