ETA to Host FinTech Event in NYC

TRANSACT Tech NYC brings together payments titans with innovative startups and venture capitalists

23 Feb, 2016, 13:00 ET from ETA

WASHINGTON, Feb. 23, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Electronic Transactions Association (ETA), the global trade association representing the payments technology world, will host TRANSACT Tech NYC on March 1. TRANSACT Tech NYC will convene the most innovative players in payments, from established brands to disruptive startups, to network, hear from successful payments pioneers, and discuss the future of Fintech. Program topics include innovation in financial institutions, payments and security technology, mobile and digital wallets, and new small business lending products. Space is limited, and registration is open now at: http://www.electran.org/conferences-events/2016-transact-tech-nyc/. Due to security reasons, registration will not be available onsite.

"Payments technology is changing rapidly, and savvy payments leaders recognize they must stay ahead of the changing face of commerce," said ETA CEO Jason Oxman. "TRANSACT Tech NYC presents an exciting opportunity for all the players in the industry to find the connections and resources they need to keep their businesses relevant, secure and growing."

Fintech innovations are poised for enormous growth. From payments to peer-to-peer lending, a new generation of tech companies are revolutionizing this growing industry. The financial monitoring company Call Levels reports that approximately $40 billion was invested in Fintech world-wide during 2015. TRANSACT Tech NYC will be the premier opportunity for entrepreneurs possessing authentic understanding of tomorrow's commerce solutions to connect with strategic buyers, and to delve deep into alternatives to traditional financial services.

Event highlights include Alternate Finance Innovation with OnDeck Chief Marketing Officer Andrea Gellert; Investing in Payments Technology with industry insiders Fenway Summer Ventures and FinTech Collective; Retail E-Commerce: the Future of Shopping a conversation featuring next-frontier retailers; Alternative Financing Going Mainstream, a conversation on creative capital; and Commerce in the Digital Age, from MasterCard Star Path Global Lead Stephane Wyper.

Transaction Tech NYC is the latest in ETA's series of networking and educational events in the fast-growing technology hubs around the country including the recent TRANSACT Tech San Francisco.

For media inquiries, contact Meghan Cieslak at 202-677-7406 or mcieslak@electran.org.  

About ETA
The Electronic Transactions Association (ETA) is the global trade association representing more than 500 payments and technology companies.

 

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