Washington, D.C. – The Electronic Transactions Association (ETA), the global trade association representing the payments technology world, announced today the first keynote speaker for “TRANSACT 15: Powered By ETA,” the industry’s largest event. Ryan McInerney, President of Visa Inc., will deliver industry insights and discuss new business opportunities for the 4,000+ payments and technology professionals who attend this global event. TRANSACT 15 will take place in the innovation hub of the nation, March 31 – April 2 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, and registration is open today with limited early-bird rates available at www.transact15.com.
“We are thrilled that TRANSACT 15 attendees will gain insight into the new world of payments from the President of Visa, the world’s largest payments network”, said Jason Oxman, CEO of ETA. “Visa is a global leader in payments technology, and Ryan McInerney will give TRANSACT 15 attendees an exclusive look at new business opportunities created by innovation in our industry.”
TRANSACT 15, the global stage for payments innovation, features 3 full days showcasing new payments products and services from hundreds of exhibitors, dozens of education programs and training for those new to payments or seeking to expand payments technology knowledge, and networking and partnership opportunities with 4,000 executives from 1,000 companies representing 24 countries.
Ryan McInerney is President of Visa Inc. where he is responsible for leading Visa’s global client organization, whose market teams deliver the value of Visa to financial institutions, account holders and merchants in 200 countries and territories. He also is responsible for client support services, global product management and a new solutions group, which focuses on building and bringing to market new products and services to Visa’s issuer, acquirer and merchant partners. Prior to joining Visa, Mr. McInerney served as CEO of Consumer Banking for JPMorgan Chase.
“Our industry is undergoing unprecedented change as technology, consumer behavior and business models continue to rapidly evolve, creating new opportunities to enable commerce across the ecosystem,” McInerneystated. “TRANSACT is the perfect venue to address industry leaders looking to navigate the bold new world of payments. I look forward to sharing Visa’s vision for the future of payments technology.”
TRANSACT 15 is the must-attend event to access all the industry’s players – where payments titans assert their importance, venture capital invests in what’s next, growing companies build influence, and where companies of all sizes launch new products.
The Electronic Transactions Association (ETA) is the global trade association representing more than 500 payments and technology companies. ETA members make commerce possible by processing more than $4.5 trillion in purchases in the U.S. and deploying payments innovations to merchants and consumers.