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Public Policy

ETA Government Affairs is dedicated to being the premier voice of the payments industry in Washington and around the country. We advance the interests of our members before policy makers and industry groups.

ETA is the premier payments industry advocate and we keep our members up to date on legislative and regulatory decisions impacting our industry.

ETA OFFICE OF GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS

Scott Talbott
Senior Vice President of Government Affairs
202.677.7403
stalbott@electran.org

PJ Hoffman
Director of Regulatory Affairs
202.677.7417
PJhoffman@electran.org

 

Rebecca Cantrell
Senior Manager, Government Affairs
202.677.7418
rcantrell@electran.org

Grant Carlson
Government Affairs Specialist
202.677.7414
gcarlson@electran.org

ETA Submits Letter to the Senate Banking Committee Regarding Financial Reform

04.24.17

ETA State Legislative Issues Update

03.20.17

ETA and NACHA Sign Letter Expressing Concerns with New Mexico H.B. 347

03.17.17

KEY POLICY ISSUES

TCPA

Telephone Consumer Protection Act

Online Lending

CFPB

Consumer Financial
Protection Bureau

Innovation

Data Protection

Tax Reform

PAYMENTS FLY-IN ON CAPITOL HILL FOR ETA MEMBERS

ETA is hosting our annual Payments Fly-In for ETA members on September 13 in Washington, DC.

This is a great opportunity for ETA members to meet with Members of Congress who serve on the two Congressional Payments Caucuses as well as federal regulators to discuss issues facing our industry and providing insight into how our industry works.

ETAPAC is the the political action committee of the payments industry. ETAPAC is an important tool that will allow ETA to more effectively represent your interests in Washington, DC. ETA is working hard on your behalf to explain to the US Congress why the payments industry is vital to the continued economic growth of the United States.