Tomorrow will see the inaugural FinTech Policy Forum, hosted by the Electronic Transactions Association (ETA), on Capitol Hill, Washington.
Top of the agenda will be how emerging payments technology and public policy can coincide to provide consumers with safe, reliable and rewarding financial services. The Forum will be attended by industry leaders, federal and state regulators and Members of Congress.
Subjects under discussion will include EMV migration, payments technology, online small business lending and prepaid products.
Speakers will include Congressman Patrick McHenry (R-NC), Terrell McSweeny, Commissioner, Federal Trade Commission, Adrienne Harris, Special Assistant to the President for Economic Policy, National Economic Council, the White House, and Dan Quan, Senior Advisor to the Director, U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.