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CSB Group admitted to European Payments Consulting Association

CSB Group has become a member of the European Payments Consulting Association, a pan-European association of national consultancy firms based in major European countries.

EPCA is officially registered as a European economic interest grouping offering strategy consulting, payments product development, payments infrastructure and organisation, financial modelling and business-case calculations and research and analysis.

“EPCA’s considerable reach across Europe means we will be working closely with most of the leading players within the payments sphere,” CSB Group chief executive Michael Zammit explained. “Our participation in the yearly summits will allow us to share best practices, expand our knowledge and attract further business to Malta.”

CSB Group is the first Maltese firm to be admitted to the association.

In 2000, CSB Group attracted the first foreign payment gateway to the island and in 2011, with CSB Advocates, it brought the first electronic money institution to be licensed locally by the Malta Financial Services Authority.

Through the added benefits of EPCA members’ expertise, CSB hopes to continue to drive improvements in its services, including the licensing of payment institutions, regulatory and legal aspects of payment services implementation of various payment options, IT auditing and assurance, risk management frameworks, and merchant account set-up.

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