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Modulr’s Chief Executive joins EPA Advisory Board

Hannah Mellow By Hannah Mellow on 13 December 2016   •   1 min read
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We are delighted to announce that Myles Stephenson, our Chief Executive, has been elected to the Advisory Board of the Emerging Payments Association (EPA). This board is composed of 14 experienced CEOs from leading payments companies who all have a desire to change the payments industry and create a profitable, sustainable payments ecosystem.

Myles said: "Joining the EPA Advisory Board is a fantastic opportunity to be at the centre of the debate influencing the dramatic changes taking place across the payments industry. It’s a privilege to join a group of talented people and a leading trade body passionate about driving payments innovation in the UK".

Modulr makes payments an enabler of business growth, not a barrier. We provide a better, faster and more value-driven way of managing payments. Our API platform enables and simplifies integration with core payment systems, connecting chaotic cash flows together. We provide individual accounts payment activity tracking through the transaction lifecycle and seamless automatic reconciliation.