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E-Finance & Payments Law & Policy

E-Finance & Payments Law & Policy is essential reading for busy professionals in the cards and payments, consumer finance, online financial services and e-money sectors. Written by experts, for experts, this monthly journal delivers razor-sharp analysis and insight on the legal and regulatory topics that matter to those involved with electronic finance and payments across the world.

Launched in 2006, E-Finance & Payments Law & Policy has not only witnessed the rise of mobile payments, online banking and electronic money - it has been on the cutting-edge of reporting throughout, providing news and commentary on key developments over the last nine years. Subscribers to the journal not only receive print copies each month but also gain full online access, including to the fully searchable archives, which feature every article ever published. Have a look around the archives or search for your hot topics here via our search function on the right-hand side of the screen.

What do we cover?

  • Mobile payments
  • Online and mobile banking
  • Technological developments - from NFC to EMV
  • Fraud & cyber security
  • Virtual currencies
  • Prepaid cards
  • Data breach
  • Micropayments
  • Payment processing
  • Consumer rights
  • And much more…


E-Finance & Payments Law & Policy has a world-leading Editorial Board made up of top practitioners in the respective fields, and it is this hands-on insight that really sets the publication apart. Our contributors are leading legal and industry professionals, who ask the burning questions and provide the in-depth expertise that the industry craves.

Global reach

In every issue, E-Finance & Payments Law & Policy identifies the most important legal and regulatory developments from around the world, making it a publication with a truly global appeal. Whether it's prepaid card legislation in Canada or payment systems regulation in the UK, E-Finance & Payments Law & Policy keeps readers up-to-date on what is happening in key markets, including the UK, US, EU and Asia-Pac.

Who subscribes?

The publication's subscribers include leading law firms, both UK-based and international, and the journal counts a number of the top 100 UK law firms as subscribers. Subscribers also include financial services firms, management consultancies, payment processors, telcos, media companies and academic institutions.

Concise, considered, crucial: E-Finance & Payments Law & Policy.


A single-user annual subscription to E-Finance & Payments Law & Policy is £649 (£669 / €828 / $988 outside UK) which gets you:

  • 12 monthly hard copies of the publication
  • Complete online access to the publication for a single user
  • Fully searchable online archives, stretching back to 2006

A site licence annual subscription to E-Finance & Payments Law & Policy is £1,200 (€1,531 / $1,827) which gets you:

  • All of the benefits from the basic annual subscription (you'll still receive one print copy of the journal per month)
  • Plus complete online access to the publication for up to five individual users

For any subscription enquiries, please contact Jane Longford at or call 0207 012 1387.


"E-Finance & Payments Law & Policy is essential to following the trends in the US, Europe, Asia-Pac, and other financial centres and gaining insightful commentary on the developing issues."
-- Michelle Cohen, Member, Ifrah Law PLLC

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