become a member
Why should you become a member today?
1. Help your business to anticipate legal changes by staying up to date with the latest EU policy and legislation:
Receive up-to-date information on EU developments, activities, and events relevant to the sector in weekly reports such as PSD2, the Interchange Fee Regulation, the EU Retail Payments Strategy, and many more.
2. Help to shape EU policies and regulations that matter to you:
Take part in our internal working groups to help shape policies together with your peers by participating in position papers, public consultations and by attending meetings with EU policymakers and the media.
3. Promote the value of card-based payment solutions:
Engage with key European stakeholders through Payments Europe to advocate for the value card-based payment solutions brought to consumers, merchants, and society.
4. Access a global network:
Access a global network of payment experts, representing all stakeholders in the card-based payments industry with a strong focus on the European Union and its Member States.
5. Communicate with your key stakeholders:
Be part of an association committed to contributing to a constructive conversation in a collaborative environment and benefit from a tailored communication and advocacy programmes via EU institutions, key decision-makers, and other stakeholders.
6. Informed decision-making:
Gain a deep understanding of how the newest payment policies may impact you. Such as the European Commission’s latest European Retail Payments Strategy, which is paving the way for increased scrutiny and regulation in the payments and financial sector enabling you to make informed business decisions.
7. Participate in events organised or sponsored by Payments Europe:
Take part in events organised or sponsored by Payments Europe as a speaker or attendee, allowing you to interact with key stakeholders in the payments debate including EU officials, industry experts and the media.