Fintech Policy Forum: Powered by ETA

September 26 • Google • Washington, D.C.

ETA’s annual Fintech Policy Forum brings together ETA member company executives and policymakers to discuss how developing technologies and public policy can work together to help consumers, businesses, and the economy.
This event is closed to the media.

Free for ETA Members & Non-Members

Topics

  • Financial Inclusion Through Fintech
  • Fintech — A View from Capitol Hill
  • Identity and Fraud in a Digital World
  • Regulators View on Fintech
  • Convergence of Banks and Fintechs
  • Open Banking
  • AI
  • Digital Assets

QUESTIONS?
Contact Scott Talbott at stalbott@electran.org.

This event is closed to the media.

This event is complimentary. Registration is required.

Know Before You Go

Google D.C.

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Public Transportation

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Event Sponsors

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Terms & Conditions

Cancellations & Refunds

Fintech Policy Forum attendees agree to follow health guidelines issued by the local authorities and by the venue operators.

All cancellation requests should be made in writing to etareg@expotracker.net.

Substitutions can be made until  September 20, 2024. Substitution requests should be made in writing to etareg@expotracker.net with the subject "Fintech Policy Forum Registration Substitution". No on-site substitutions will be allowed.

In the unlikely event of program cancellation, ETA will refund 100 percent of registration fees paid. ETA assumes no liability for any penalty fees on airline tickets, deposits for hotel accommodations, or any other fees, charges, penalties or other incidental costs that a registrant might incur as a consequence of a program cancellation.

Name Badges

All registrants will be provided a name badge for use during the event. For security purposes, you will be required to wear your name badge at all times in ETA’s meeting space. Individuals without a visible name badge will not be permitted into the meeting areas.

Event Photography Policy

By attending the event, you acknowledge that photographs and/or videos of you may be taken by our conference staff and/or photographers at any time. Furthermore, you grant ETA permission to use photographs and/or video of your likeness in any type of media, including websites and print publications, without compensation or reward.

NO AUDIO OR VIDEO TAPING OF THE PROGRAM IS PERMITTED.

Americans with Disabilities Act / Special Dietary Needs

Attendees with special needs for facilities, visual or audio aids, or dietary requirements are asked to email etareg@expotracker.net so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

ETA CPP CE Credits

The ETA CPP™ certification program sets the standard for professional performance in the payments industry and is a symbol of excellence. It signifies that an individual has demonstrated the knowledge and skills required to perform competently in today’s complex electronic payments environment.

This event is approved for up to 4 ETA CPP™ Continuing Education (CE) credits. Credits awarded are subject to change based on the final agenda. Credit is earned at the rate of one credit per 50 minutes of electronic transactions industry-related session time, including questions and answers, excluding lunches and breaks.