About atpc_u8gj8p

This author has not yet filled in any details.
So far atpc_u8gj8p has created 53 blog entries.

ATPC Statement on CFPB Extension of Effective Date Regarding Final Rule for Prepaid Accounts

H. West Richards, Executive Director of the American Transaction Processors Coalition (ATPC), released the following statement regarding the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s delay in issuing its Final Rule for Prepaid Accounts: “We welcome the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s announcement that it has delayed issuance of its Final Rule for Prepaid Accounts until April 1, 2019. [...]

Top Atlanta Mayoral Candidates Invited to Address FinTech Atlanta at December Meeting

The ATPC, FinTech Atlanta, and local payments industry leaders work closely with Atlanta government leaders as demonstrated by several economic development collaborations with Mayor Kasim Reed and Invest Atlanta. This relationship is highlighted by Mayor Reed speaking at the ATPC’s industry town hall launch in April 2014, and InComm’s expansion and investment announcement press conference [...]

ATPC Leadership Participate on Panel at Republican Attorneys General Event

ATPC board members Scott Meyerhoff (InComm), Barry McCarthy (First Data), Doug Sandberg (Worldpay US) and Executive Director H. West Richards were invited by Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr and the Rule of Law Defense Fund to participate in a roundtable discussion amongst other AG's from across the country on September 7th. The panel focused on [...]

News You Can Use: 2017 Holiday Survey by Deloitte

Deloitte's 2017 Holiday Survey report was recently released, and provides key insights into the trends American consumers are setting with their holiday shopping habits. Some of the highlights include: Holiday shopping will amount to more than $1 Trillion in retail sales, accounting for nearly one-fourth of the year's total retail sales Online spending is expected [...]

ATPC Statement on CFPB Anti-Arbitration Rule

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Anti-Arbitration Rule Runs Contrary to Interests of Consumers It Claims to Protect The CFBP’s final arbitration rule is yet another example of that agency using a closed process to assure a predetermined outcome that is contrary to the best interests of the financial consumers that it professes to protect.  The [...]