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Colleen Taylor, President of American Express Merchant Services – U.S., Joins American Transaction Processors Coalition Board of Directors

American Express joins the organization dedicated to improving the payment experience August 2, 2021 - American Transaction Processors Coalition (ATPC) is thrilled to welcome American Express as its newest member and its President of Merchant Services – U.S., Colleen Taylor, to the board of directors. Taylor joined the American Express team in September 2020 and [...]

ATPC’s Cyber Council Expands with Three New Members

CISOs from Deluxe, U.S. Bank and MerchantE joined the ATPC Cyber Council July 20, 2021 - The American Transaction Processors Coalition (ATPC) Cyber Council, focused on promoting public and private cooperation in cyber security for the Financial Services industry, continues to expand membership, adding three new members from critical transaction companies, including Deluxe, U.S. Bank [...]

ATPC Staff Lead New York State Fly-In

ATPC staff traveled to New York last week for a series of meetings with state legislators to introduce them to our industry, organization and member companies. The team, led by Chief Strategy Officer Michael Mills, met with New York State Assemblyman Jeff Gallahan (R-131) and State Senator Jeremy Cooney (D-56). Both legislators were new to [...]

Transaction Alley Talks: Fintech in the UK and Europe

The ATPC’s latest “Transaction Alley Talks” speaker series event covered the U.K. and European fintech ecosystems and how they impact U.S. fintech companies. Kunal Khatri, U.K. Deputy HM Trade Commissioner for the USA, keynoted the event and reviewed the state of the Commonwealth’s fintech ecosystem and how their government is working to support and grow [...]

Georgia Economic Development Commissioner Tours InComm Facility

InComm hosted the ATPC and a number of dignitaries at their newest Columbus, Georgia, facility in June. Georgia Commissioner of Economic Development Pat Wilson joined the crowd in hearing from the InComm executive team about their company and the innovation studio. The program also included a Georgia Fintech Academy update from Executive Director Tommy Marshall [...]

ATPC Selects 2021 Future Leaders Participants

Four Class Program Will Commence in August The American Transaction Processors Coalition (ATPC) selected 11 participants from six member companies to participate in the 2021 Future Leaders program. Class participants represent a breadth of experience and roles, and the following ATPC member companies: NCR; FIS; Deluxe; Elavon; SpeedChain; and Fiserv. The class includes the following [...]

ATPC Signs on to U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Letter Opposing the “Forced Arbitration Injustice Repeal (FAIR) Act.”

TO THE MEMBERS OF THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS: We urge you to oppose H.R. 963, and S. 505, the “Forced Arbitration Injustice Repeal (FAIR) Act,” which would effectively outlaw arbitration provisions in private contracts. Federal law has protected arbitration as a means of resolving disputes between businesses, consumers and employees since 1925. Should they become [...]

ATPC Statement on Broadband and Financial Inclusion

The COVID-19 global pandemic accelerated, exacerbated, and highlighted a range of economic trends, with none more-clear than the need for greater broadband access to solve financial inclusion challenges. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation’s report on “Household Use of Banking and Financial Services” was completed in October 2020 and showed that 66 million American adults (more [...]

ATPC Launches 2021 Future Leaders Program

The ATPC is launching its second annual Future Leaders program in 2021, building off the success of the inaugural class. Seven participants from ATPC-member companies completed three courses during 2020. The pilot program was a success on numerous levels and lays the groundwork for an ongoing beneficial initiative. The ATPC Future Leaders program identifies and [...]