ETA Announces Expansion to Canada to Support Growth and Innovation in North American Market

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The Electronic Transactions Association (ETA), the global trade association for the payments technology and merchant acquiring industry, announced its expanded presence in Canada.

ETA has been an active participant in public policy advocacy on behalf of its members and the industry at large in Canada since 2018. ETA’s expansion will be focused on delivering world-class industry affairs products and services that support growth, innovation, and entrepreneurship in the Canadian payments market. ETA industry affairs work includes education, credentialing, compliance, trade and networking events, market research, public affairs and regulatory analysis that empower its members to build a vibrant and rich industry that supports global commerce.

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“Across North America and the globe, the modern payments technology industry enables secure commerce through innovative products and services,” stated Jodie Kelley, CEO, ETA. “ETA’s expanded efforts in Canada strengthen our members’ role in advancing innovation and global partnerships.”

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ETA has over 500 member companies, representing the complete payments technology ecosystem. Its membership includes financial institutions, payments processors, merchant acquirers and payments sales organizations, FinTechs, technology companies, security companies, software developers and hundreds of other organizations in the business of powering digital commerce online and across the world.

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