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Trust Payments CEO Daniel Holden to speak at the ePay Summit 2022

Trust Payments CEO Daniel Holden to speak at the ePay Summit 2022

The Trust Payments team will be attending the ePay Summit, held on 19 May at The Brewery in London. If you’re ready to learn about how Converged Commerce™ is changing the game in payments, we’d love for you to come and see us.

Not only will we be in attendance – but CEO Daniel Holden will also be on a panel to discuss the evolving trends in retail payments, starting at 3pm. The talk will include an overview on web checkout solutions and developing seamless commerce, as well as future trends such as the potential of blockchain and digital currencies to revolutionise the payments landscape.

Having overseen the development of our disruptive Converged Commerce™ offering, Holden is uniquely positioned to lead the conversation on how merchants can integrate seamless commerce that makes use of a single provider for acquiring, online payment gateways and in-store solutions.

You can find out more information about the summit here, and if you’d like to get in touch with one of our team before the event and organise a meeting, don’t hesitate to send an email to one of our dedicated team:

Wayne Gould

Head of Direct Sales and Financial Services

Wayne has over a decade of experience in payments, with excellent knowledge of gateway & acquiring services. In his spare time, Wayne loves to train and is always trying to hone his culinary skills. To set up a meeting with Wayne ahead of the summit, drop him a message at:

[email protected]

Paresh Makwana

Business Development Manager

Having worked in payments across multiple industries, Paresh is an all-rounder who can help you with anything card payments related. A volunteer sergeant for the Metropolitan Police, Paresh is passionate about the local community. To chat card payments or anything else, get in touch at:

[email protected]

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