The Path To Faster Payments Ubiquity Starts With You

What Some of Our Members Are Saying…

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.

Andrea Gilman
Senior Vice President

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.

Michael Bilski
Chief Executive Officer

One of the easiest decisions our organization made was whether or not to join the FPC. There’s a lot of need for information about faster payments and that’s what the FPC does very well.

Steve Ledford
Senior Vice President
Product and Strategy

The FPC has a significant role in developing the future of faster payments in the U.S. market, and that's one of the main reasons why Walmart is directly involved.

Matt Howarter
Senior Director, Payment Services

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.

Matthew Friend
Vice President
Global Faster Payments Strategy

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.

Kevin Christensen
Senior Vice President

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.

Deborah Matthews Phillips, AAP
SVP, Payments & Technology Policy

United by a shared vision of faster payments ubiquity, diverse FPC members aim to achieve collaboratively what other countries can only do by mandate.

Bradley Wilkes

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.

Barbara Gross
Senior Vice President/CIO

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.

Lou Anne Alexander
Group President - Payments

The FPC provides opportunities for a broad and diverse group of stakeholders from across the payments ecosystem to come together, tackle critical issues, and increase industry awareness.

Tynika Wilson
SVP, Debit Card & Funds Services

I believe the most important thing for us to focus on as an industry in order to advance faster payments is collaboration; we have that at the FPC.

Josh Karoly
Director, Payments

Consumer groups have a strong voice in the FPC, with meaningful participation in Board decision-making, which confers opportunities for our perspectives to be heard on important issues related to consumer protections, end-user experiences, and financial inclusion.

Adam Rust
Senior Policy Advisor

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.

Jane Larimer
President and CEO

The FPC does a great job of understanding the broad range of payment needs characterisitcs, and ensuring they are represented among the constituents of the Council. 

Devon Marsh
Senior Vice President
Payment Industry Relations

Participation in the FPC provides the opportunity to have a voice and be engaged in shaping the next generation of payments.

Stuart Dwyer
Director, Global Payments Partnerships