The Electronic Transactions Association (ETA) announced it’s expanding its presence in Canada to help drive innovation in the global market for payments technology services.
The Canadian advocacy and policy initiatives are guided by a committee of ETA member companies including Moneris, First Data, Worldpay, Pivotal Payments, Paysafe, Square and Blake, and Cassels & Graydon.
“Across the globe, the payments technology industry enables safe and secure commerce through advancement in products and partnerships,” stated Jason Oxman, CEO, ETA.
“ETA’s expanded efforts in Canada give our members a stronger voice for forward-thinking policy that advances innovation and global partnerships.”
As the voice of the payments industry, with over 500 member companies, ETA also supports a modern payments system that “promotes competition and financial inclusion”.
Written from press release by Leah Alger