4th E-Money Conference Co-Operation Partners

Co-Operation Partners


British Embassy Bratislava: We represent the British government in Slovakia. We liaise with the Slovak government and institutions on behalf of UK ministries and official institutions, and support the UK’s priorities in Slovakia.
We develop and maintain relations between the UK and Slovakia. We are working on a wide range of issues including EU policies, trade relations, the single market, energy security and climate change.



Slovak Banking Association (SBA) is a leading financial association and the only association representing the interest of banks in Slovakia. The SBA has 28 members and represents by assets almost 100 % of Slovak banking sector. 



The Hungarian Banking Association is the professional advocacy association of the Hungarian banking sector, coordinating and representing the views of the banking community. The Association was founded in 1989 and currently it has 46 members. Its most important function is to represent the members’ interests vis-à-vis third parties.  At an international level HBA became a full member of the European Banking Federation in 2004 and has developed bilateral relations with the banking associations of several countries in order to exchange experience on a regular basis and facilitate technical training.




Association for Bank Cards (ZBK) has been operating on the Slovak market for more than 20 years. It is a voluntary, non-profit platform in Slovakia, bringing together bank and non-bank entities that have a common interest to enhance the development of payment cards in Slovakia.


The Electronic Money Association (EMA) is the trade body for electronic money issuers and innovative payment service providers including payment institutions, banks and payment schemes. The EMA represents its members in discussions with government, EU organisations, consumer bodies and other interested parties. Our members include leading payments and e-commerce businesses worldwide, representing online payments, card-based products, vouchers, and those employing mobile channels of payment. The association strives to increase the competitiveness of the payments industry, and to provide guidance for new products and services.