ETA TRANSACT 2019 is an annual trade show that will bring together 4000+ payments professionals from across the global payments and technology industries. TRANSACT is powered by ETA, the global trade association of payments technology and its more than 500 member companies.
Connect with the Venable team on the TRANSACT exhibit show floor at booth #2030.
Also, be sure to join Venable's team for informative discussions within the educational program Tuesday, April 30 – Wednesday, May 1, 2019.
Ecommerce: Online Merchants and New Markets
Tuesday, April 30 | 11:00 – 11:45 AM | Risk, Fraud & Security Track
Venable Speaker: Len Gordon
As merchants move to establish a presence in ecommerce, this raises additional issues tied to ensuring the challenges of fraud management in online space are effectively addressed. Moreover, as new ecommerce markets emerge in higher risk areas, the need to ensure tools and practices are in place to reduce risk, manage fraud, and address the unique security concerns of this space.
Challenges and Roadblocks: Legal and Regulatory Actions
Wednesday, May 1 | 1:00 – 2:00 pm | Payment Facilitator Track
Venable Speaker: Ellen Berge
As Payment Facilitators become more entrenched in the payments ecosystem, they are increasingly subject to legal and regulatory scrutiny – to the tune of millions of dollars in oversight and compliance costs. Learn about the most critical challenges and discover how your business can thrive in the face of new and existing regulatory requirements.
Building a Bank Partnership
Wednesday, May 1 | 4:00 – 4:45 PM | ETA Law School
Venable Speakers: Andrew Bigart and Evan Minsberg
Working with a bank to offer credit or payments services is a popular option for fintech companies. This session will explore common bank partner models in the lending and payments space and the legal and compliance obligations applicable to such arrangements. In addition, we'll discuss typical requirements when approaching a bank partner to form a relationship, including necessary policies and procedures, contractual nuances, and business plans and financial projections.