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Why Join the ATPC?
- Go-to Payments and FinTech public policy and economic development coalition
- Influence in Washington, D.C. with Congress, the White House, and federal regulators
- Aligned Georgia’s Congressional Delegation, “hub and spoke” members, and the House and Senate Payment Caucuses on Capitol Hill
- Helped pass 2015 Cyber Security Legislation and worked on 2016 House Innovation Initiative
- America’s only payment processing trade association engaged in state government education
- Launched in Georgia, expanded to Florida, North Carolina, and Ohio in 2019, and moving into Illinois and other states in 2020 and beyond
- State and local tax incentives in Georgia driving industry growth
- FinTech was the 2015 “top economic driver in Georgia” – Atlanta Journal-Constitution
- Secured more $4M+ in tax incentives for member companies in 2015
- Helped create the 2016 Georgia General Assembly Joint Study Committee on FinTech Incentives (recommendations in 2017 session)
- Driving force behind FinTech Atlanta launch with Metro Atlanta Chamber and Technology Association of Georgia
- Partnered with the State of Georgia to launch America’s first FinTech curriculum to grow industry access to talent
Rep. Tom Price Receives Inaugural Federal Government Leadership Award, from H. West Richards (Executive Director) and Scott Meyerhoff (Board Member and Former Chair 2016 – 2017, InComm)
- ATPC leverages the industry’s 40,000+ Georgia-based and American payments processing employees to: align the power of the sixth most influential Congressional delegation in the United States (Georgia); and to create state and local government incentives for the industry to expand and thrive in states across America.
- A “hub and spoke” approach (our members have facilities and people all over the country) ensures the industry voice which starts in Georgia is amplified nationally with media, elected officials and regulators
The ATPC is building upon its success in Georgia educating elected officials to expand the talent pipeline, coordinate efforts within higher education ecosystems to organically grow talent and by creating state tax incentives promoting industry innovation attracting outside talent and investment.