Payments and Cash Management
Anish Kapoor

Anish Kapoor

CEO at AccessPay
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Bio CEO of AccessPay, a leading provider of payments automation and cash management. Career History Joined AccessPay in its startup phase as strategic adviser to the board and senior team. Appointed CEO in 2015, Anish leads on issues of finance, investor liaison and sales operations; CEO Anish is now helping steer AccessPay into its next phase of mature growth.


Fintech innovation and startups

Why getting the right technology mix isn’t your biggest challenge

18 Dec 2019

As we hurtle forward into a new decade, we are surrounded by a seemingly limitless range of new technologies. All we have to do is reach across the sofa to our smartphones, think of anything we want or need, and we can be sure, ‘there’s an app for that’. A plethora of platforms, scant standardisation Technology proliferation is also becoming increa...

Payments strategies 2015-2020-2030

Digital Payments 2017: Technological Innovation, Adoption, and Regulatory Challenges

02 Feb 2017

On December 13th of last year, a meeting of some of the top financial minds in the UK took place in the ornate, 19th Century Glaziers Hall in SE1. They had come together, in front of an audience, to discuss the future of the payments industry. Where we are now, what the future holds, and what challenges lie ahead. The session was a fascinating insi...


Payments strategies 2015-2020-2030

Selling VocaLink to MasterCard will Kill Innovation in UK Payments.

15 Aug 2016

The proposed sale of Vocalink to MasterCard, threatens to kill innovation in UK Payments. This is my damning verdict and reason for calling on payments experts to come together to voice their opinions and thoughts, before a final decision is reached. In the time it takes you to read this blogpost, more than 400,000 Bacs payments and approximately ...


Payments strategies 2015-2020-2030

Automation, integration and smooth internal processes

12 Jul 2016

It seems like madness that in most companies, functional departments such as finance, IT, sales and operations can be rigidly separated with their own targets, KPIs and systems. They need to focus on their own specific function but they are essentially just pieces of a complicated jigsaw which cannot exist without the other teams and some form of e...