Having a business continuity plan in place has always been important, especially when it comes to financial systems. It is now mandatory for all regulated firms in the UK under the Prudential Regulatory Authority's (PRA) Supervisory Statement (SS1/21) from March 2025. When considering critical business services, payment processing and collection could have a financial and reputational impact should they fail. As such, contingency planning and ensuring you’re compliant by the deadline is essential.

Although technology offers efficiency, there are always risks of unforeseen disruptions, which is why regulation SS1/21 is focused on UK business continuity, should the 0.1% become a reality. 

In this webinar, product experts Leo Gil and Ace Chalhoub will examine how payments and collections can still be made in the unlikely event of issues with your day-to-day solution. Topics include:

  • Leveraging alternative routes to Bacs to ensure payments continuity.
  • Reducing costs by automating manual processes.
  • Improving operational efficiency through consolidation of banking portals.
  • A ‘live’ demo of Bottomline’s Payments Hub solution – an intuitive and easy-to-use platform.

Leo and Ace will be holding a live Q&A. Don’t miss your chance to register today!

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