Payments Awards 2021 open for entries

Now in their 9th year, the 2021 Payments Awards are now open for entries.

The awards recognise and celebrate companies which have demonstrated excellence and innovation in the rapidly changing payments space. The deadline for entries is 16 July 2021.

This year’s ceremony will take place on 11 November 2021 at the London Marriott in Grosvenor Square.

Entries are now open for a total of 29 categories including: Payments Innovation of the Year, Best Online Payments Solution, Most Disruptive Payments Technology, and PSD2 or Open Banking Initiative of the Year.

To learn more and submit your entry, see The Payments Awards website here.

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