OIX Workshop - **NEW DATE** 20th July 2022

OIX Workshop - **NEW DATE** 20th July 2022

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250 Bishopsgate



United Kingdom

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This quarterly OIX workshop will once again be a hybrid event!

About this event

We’re delighted to be holding the second quarterly OIX Workshop of 2022 on 20th July at 13:00 (UK).

This quarterly event will be a hybrid event.

It is kindly being hosted physically at NatWest Group's facility at 250 Bishopsgate, London and it will also be available via Zoom.


If attending in person, registration will be open from 12.30pm when tea/coffee/juice & biscuits will be served.

The Zoom meeting will be opened at 12.55pm.


12.30 Registration - Tea/Coffee will be served

13.00 Introduction & Welcome - Nick Mothershaw, Chief Identity Strategist

13.05 An Update on IDVT to support employers and landlords with right to work, right to rent and pre-employment DBS checks since its’ introduction on 6 April 2022 - Mark Sugden, DBS, John Harrison, Home Office & Alison McDowell, GDS

13.35 MePassport – Carly Rochester, Home Care Manager - Lodge Group Care

14.05 WeFightFraud – TBC

14.35 OIX Board Report, OIX Strategy Update - Nick Mothershaw, OIX Chief Identity Strategist

14.50 Member Update - Emma Shaw, OIX Member Manager

14.55 Wrap Up

15.00 CLOSE

Please note the above topics & timings are correct at the time of writing but are subject to change.

An OIX Members meeting follows this workshop at 15.30 - OIX Members should register using the password contained in their email invitation at this link: https://oix-members-meeting-june2022.eventbrite.co.uk

Please note that registration will close 3 working days before the event at 5pm on 14th July.

This is so there is time for NatWest’s Events team to grant OIX delegates building access and for us to comply with their security, health & safety and facility requirements.


COVID Protocols

Despite all remaining legal Covid restrictions having now been removed in England, we are still taking safety at our event seriously. After careful consideration we have implemented the following measures to promote the health and wellbeing of attendees:

• All in person participants are politely and actively encouraged to self-test ahead of attending to ensure they do not have COVID-19.

• Please stay away from the event if you test positive to protect other delegates.

• Please stay away if you feel unwell and attend via Zoom instead.

• At the venue we would encourage all to be considerate of others’ personal space and make use of hand sanitiser stations and to wash hands frequently.

• When moving around the NatWest building you may be required to wear a mask (unless exempt).

Please make sure you book your place ASAP because physical places are limited. Please fee free to share this on Twitter.

We really hope you’re able to join us!

The OIX Team



Attendance at this meeting is subject to the OIX Procedures and Policies handbook (the Handbook), a copy of which is available on request. If you have any questions on the contents of the Handbook, please raise these with the meeting chair before attending the meeting.

Intellectual Property – By making a contribution to this meeting, including through discussions or documents that you provide, you allow OIX to use that contribution. Further details can be found in the OIX IPR Policy in the Handbook.

Confidentiality – Items on this agenda and their associated discussions at the meeting may be of a sensitive nature. We therefore request that you protect any proprietary or confidential information that is discussed at the meeting. You should not disclose any information at the meeting which is confidential to you, or which is otherwise subject to any to regulation, limitation or restriction on handling or use (whether by law or contract).

Competition law – You should not do or say anything which is not compliant with competition law (for example, do not discuss your pricing or cost base, or business strategy). You are required to comply with all such laws and be conscious that your competitors may be in the same meetings as you. If you are unclear on what this means we encourage you to confer with competition lawyers and your related business policies. Further details can be found in the General Requirements section of the Handbook.

Conduct – You are expected to behave in accordance with the OIX Code of Professional Conduct set out in the Handbook. If you have any concerns about conduct at an OIX meeting, please report this to the chair at that meeting or one of the OIX executive team.

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