Money Services Business Association
The Money Services Business Association or MSBA is a trade association focused on the non-bank money services industry. The Association was started to establish an industry led organization that supports the non-bank financial services industry and encourages the continued innovation and development in the payments industry while promoting the education and communication with Federal and State Regulators.
Third Party Payment Processors Association
The Third Party Payment Processors Association (TPPPA) is a national not-for-profit industry association formed in 2013 to represent and promote the interests of payment processors, their financial institutions and their merchants. TPPPA members are payment processors, banks, merchants and vendors. Members must apply and be accepted into the TPPPA and agree to abide by a strict Code of Conduct.
Money Transmitter Regulators Association
MTRA is a national non-profit organization dedicated to the efficient and effective regulation of money transmission industry in the United States of America. The MTRA membership consists of state regulatory authorities in charge of regulating money transmitters and sellers of traveler’s checks, money orders, drafts and other money instruments.
International Money Transmitter Conferences / The Platinum Network
IMTC is part of The Platinum Network, LLC and the brand developed to bring to the International Money Transfer, Remittances & Cross-Border Payments Industry, conferences & events, forums where all the colleagues from the industry can network, partner, learn, share information and together, strengthen and grow the industry worldwide.
InFIN - a Financial Alliance
INFiN, a Financial Services Alliance, is the leading national trade association representing the diverse and innovative consumer financial services industry. Formerly Financial Service Centers of America (FiSCA) and comprising members of FiSCA and the Community Financial Services Association of America (CFSA), the alliance includes more than 350 companies, operating approximately 8,000 locations throughout the United States and online. INFiN members deliver critical products and services – including check cashing, pre-paid cards, money transfers, electronic bill payments, and small-dollar consumer loans, among others – to meet U.S. consumers’ ever-changing needs and expectations.