After over a decade as the Chief Executive Officer of the UK’s biggest retail payment system and bank account switching service Mike is pursuing a portfolio career.

His portfolio includes an INED at a financial institution specialising in the custody and settlement of digital assets, a director at a leading Bacs bureau, undertaking payments advisory engagements through his consultancy firm and an Ambassador for the Emerging Payments Association.

Mike is also a cashless advocate encouraging a planned and inclusive transition into a cashless society.

Utilising this vast experience Mike also speaks on the changing landscape of retail payments in the UK and the advantages of being cashless from the perspective of a consumer.

To make an enquiry about a speaking engagement on either of these subject areas please contact Mike at mike@northeypoint.co.uk.

Future speaking engagements:

Contact Mike: michael@northeypoint.co.uk

Past speaking engagements:

26 February 2020: Charity Sector Breakfast Briefing – London

Plenary speaker at Rapidata (an Access company) event: Changes, innovation and opportunities in payments for the charity sector.

More London, London.

22 January 2020: MLROs.com Conference One 2020

Keynote Speaker: Managing the systems that move the money – London

Managing the systems that move the money – the CEO’s role in addressing financial crime and tackling financial crime within the payments eco-system.

Location and registration details: https://mlros.com/conference-one-2020/

27 November 2019: Direct Debit 101

Direct Debit 101 one day course held on Wednesday, 27 November 2019 held at Toynbee Hall, 28 Commercial Street, London, E1 6LS

17 September 2019: The changing landscape of retail payments in the UK

Private event – To make an enquiry about a speaking engagement on the changing landscape of retail payments in the UK. Please contact Mike at mike@northeypoint.co.uk.

10 September 2019: Future of UX for FinTechs – Moderator

Register: https://northeypoint.com/2019/08/23/future-of-ux-for-fintechs-is-the-branch-dead/