The Path To Faster Payments Ubiquity Starts With You
Both Mastercard and the FPC value diverse perspectives. I encourage our customers and partners to join this unique forum and participate in shaping the future of faster payments.
Small institutions and end users have a voice on the FPC. All stakeholder segments work together to make fair, inclusive decisions that benefit the overall industry.
Making faster payments ubiquitous, safe and efficient will require the collaborative effort of all stakeholders; the FPC brings us all together.
I get a lot of value dialoguing with a range of stakeholders, especially those outside the usual payment circles, such as consumer and business end users.
Visa is excited to join the Council to continue our efforts in delivering the fastest, most convenient and safest payment options to consumers and businesses everywhere.
In representing the interests of community financial institutions, SHAZAM will work within the FPC to ensure they benefit from the FPC’s inclusive and collaborative approach to achieving ubiquity.
Bankers’ Bank’s strong support of community banking aligns with the FPC, bringing all stakeholders together to advance the efforts of modernizing the U.S. payment system.
The FPC is an inclusive stakeholder community that provides industry colleagues from all market segments with the opportunity to dialogue and promote adoption of faster payments.
United by a shared vision of faster payments ubiquity, diverse FPC members aim to achieve collaboratively what other countries can only do by mandate.
Small businesses and rural consumers rely on healthy community banks. The FPC is an inclusive channel for community banks to make their voices heard and have a say in their future.
ICBA Bancard is proud to be a founding sponsor of the FPC. Membership provides a valuable opportunity to have a voice and influence the future of faster payments.
Consumer organizations will find valuable opportunities in FPC membership, from influencing the faster payments user experience to shaping consumer education and protection programs.
NACHA complements the FPC's goals through its Payments Innovation Alliance and Afinis groups that have consistently supported payments improvement and education through their initiatives.
It has been amazing to work side-by-side with peers from various stakeholder groups, including merchants and card associations, to help modernize the U.S. payment system.
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FPC Members: Registration is open for the FPC Fall Member Meeting on September 15-16, 2020