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ATPC Membership

Ready to be part of our organization? Take a look at the company we keep and learn how your organization can join today.

WHY JOIN

WE PROTECT THE INTERESTS OF AMERICA'S PAYMENTS INDUSTRY

The ATPC fosters a bespoke payments processing community that allows member companies, sponsors, and legislators to engage directly in curated meetings, programs, and initiatives. We are not a traditional large trade association made up of thousands of individual members or hundreds of companies. Rather, our goal is to bring in the RIGHT people and organizations for meaningful engagement on critical issues that drives thought leadership and legislative and regulatory outcomes.

We are an ongoing resource and the payments processing industry voice with state government leaders, Congress, the White House, and federal agencies that claim payments jurisdiction. Members receive influence on Capitol Hill with world class public affairs:

  • Go-to payments and fintech public policy and economic development coalition
  • Helped pass Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act
  • Enhanced focus of ATPC members by leveraging public sector relationships with
  • industry guidance
  • Liaised on key industry subject matter to solve business and Congressional challenges that advanced innovation and security in payments and fintech

Lastly, Atlanta is America’s payments industry home, but Washington, D.C., plays an important role for the ecosystem from a policy perspective, which is why the ATPC has an office there as well. We are also excited about the ATPC’s new Trans-Atlantic partnership with the Cities of Dublin and London, which will link the world’s financial services capitals and America’s fintech hub.

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ATPC Cyber Council

ATPC Cyber Council

Convenes ATPC member company CISO’s, cybersecurity experts, and government personnel to increase industry cybersecurity resiliency by identifying areas of shared risk and sharing best practices needed to address the evolving risks associated with operating America’s payments and financial transaction critical infrastructure. The Cyber Council currently includes nearly 20 participants from across the payments industry and is led by its own director and a rotating chairman from council membership.

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ATPC Future Leaders

Identifies and educates rising professionals primed to lead the payments processing industry across technological, institutional, business development and workforce portfolios. A yearlong program that expands participant industry knowledge, creates onramps to government and regulatory engagement, and develops personal leadership skills.

 

Policy Committee

ATPC Policy Committee

Working group of government relations executives designed to drive public policy priorities and legislative educational outreach at both the federal and state levels. The Policy Committee sets the ATPC’s government relations and public affairs agenda and maintains a rotating chair and vice chair to help drive initiatives.

Cyber Forum

ATPC Cyber Forum

A periodic conference that allows payments processing professionals, government leaders, and other critical partners to discuss cybersecurity threats and best practices, and build relationships that foster infrastructure preparedness and resiliency

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Looking to join our organization, sponsor an event, or learn about critical payments processing public policy? The ATPC leadership team is here to help. Complete our contact form below or reach out to us in Atlanta’s Transaction Alley or Capitol Hill.

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