Your safety is our priority
We are taking steps to ensure Open Banking Expo 2021 is safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We want you to attend and enjoy the event with confidence knowing that we have the safety of our delegates, exhibitors and colleagues as our highest priority.
Our guidelines are in line with policies and procedures now being widely advised and adopted by the UK events industry.
All event attendees will be kept up to date with our approach to COVID-19 mitigation measures once they have registered.
What we’re doing to keep you safe
All event attendees (exhibitors and delegates) must bring with them proof of double-vaccination OR a recent negative lateral flow test OR natural immunity via an Antibodies Test.
- Proof of full vaccination: you should have received both doses at least 14 days prior to the day of your arrival at Open Banking Expo. You can present this certification via the NHS COVID Pass within the NHS App, or an internationally recognised equivalent. If you do not have a smart phone, please click here for details of how to request an NHS COVID Pass letter. Your vaccination card will also be sufficient.
- Present proof of a negative Lateral Flow Test via the NHS COVID App or a text message or email from the NHS Test and Trace. This test must be taken within 48 hours of your arrival. On site testing facilities are not available. The nearest facility will be on Islington High Street, a few minutes’ walk away.
- Should you have natural immunity based on a positive PCR test taken within 180 days of Open Banking Expo, please present this proof via the NHS COVID Pass within the NHS App.
To protect each other and to help reduce the risk of coronavirus spreading, event staff, delegates and exhibitors who are able* to do so are also encouraged to wear face coverings during their visit, particularly while moving around the premises and in crowded spaces.
*Please remember some people are not able to or are less able to wear face coverings, and the reasons for this may not be visible to others. Please continue to be mindful and respectful of such circumstances.
In addition, hand sanitisers will be in place all around the venue along with an enhanced cleaning regime for communal areas such as toilets and cafes.
It goes without saying, please don’t attend if you feel unwell or have any Covid symptoms on the day.