“Transaction Alley: The Road to FinTech Domination?”: Jason Oxman, CEO, ETA; Guy Harris, President, North America, Elavon; Barry McCarthy; EVP, First Data; Bob Legters, CPO, FIS; Scott Meyerhoff, COO & CFO, InComm.12am - Feb 18, 2017
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to increased challenges for financial institutions who had to react quickly to the situation, with employees working remotely and increased communication taking place digitally.
Georgia FinTech companies have produced more than $83 billion of shareholder value since 1995.
Georgia FinTech company revenues are more than $34 billion annually, which places us third in the nation behind New York and California?
Together the banking, insurance and capital markets consistently spend more on technology than any other industry?
Atlanta, along with the surrounding areas of Georgia, has evolved to become the epicenter of a growing segment of the financial services industry - a sector often known as Financial Technologies, or FinTech. This sector encompasses the product and service companies that support the technology needs of the financial services industry and, ultimately, the payment-processing infrastructure ofthe economy.
TAG FinTech was formed in early 2010 to focus on the specific needs of companies, individuals and investors serving the financial industry both domestically and abroad.