ATLANTA BUSINESS CHRONICLE – Bruce Lowthers is co-chief operating officer of financial technology company FIS, where he develops and delivers FIS’ banking, wealth, payments and treasury offerings for financial institutions, retail, government and corporate clients in North America.
ATLANTA BUSINESS CHRONICLE – The ancient British university city of Cambridge may at first glance seem far removed from the sleek payments industry of modern Atlanta, but in fact Cambridge has emerged as a vital research link in understanding the fast-changing nature of today’s global financial transactions.
ATLANTA BUSINESS CHRONICLE – P20 was conceived in Atlanta and formed at a meeting in London between the American Transaction Processors Coalition (ATPC) and representatives from the U.K. payments industry, government and regulators.
PAYMENTS & CARDS NETWORK – The world of payments is a rapidly changing, ever expansive industry with seemingly unlimited capabilities. Generating trillions of dollars in revenue over multiple platforms – ranging from mobile wallets to digitally assisted purchases made through voice-activated speakers – the payments industry will continue to grow as we expand technologically.
METRO ATLANTA CEO – Executive Director of the American Transaction Processors Coalition H. West Richards discusses the group which brings together global executives in payments technology, business, economic leaders and government regulators to advance P20’s purpose of supporting and expanding payments worldwide.
(Atlanta, GA) – Dozens of the top leaders, regulators, legislators and innovators in financial technology gathered at Holland & Knight’s Atlanta office, signaling the launch of the 2018 P20 campaign.
GLOBAL ATLANTA – The inaugural P20 conference was held last October in Lancaster House in London. This year, the conclave comes to Atlanta. Editor’s note: Atlanta may be the center of the payments universe, but the rest of the world hasn’t necessarily gotten the memo.
GLOBAL ATLANTA – Annual forum unites Atlanta and London to benefit global commerce. A summit designed to preach the power of electronic payments is coming as planned to Georgia, the hub for some 70 percent of such transactions in the U.S.