Atlanta’s FinTech Community to Dominate Money 20/20 With 25 Executive Speakers





ATLANTA, GA– (Oct. 25, 2016) — Attendees at this year’s Money 20/20, the world’s largest payments and financial services innovation event, will notice an abundance of Atlanta-based speakers as 25 financial technology executives from Georgia are scheduled to speak at the international event.

Nearly 200 Georgia-based financial technology and financial services professionals are attending Money 20/20. Throughout the four-day event, Georgia and metro Atlanta executives will discuss topics ranging from machine learning and paperless checking to lending-as-a-service and customer loyalty. In total, 25 executives are speaking across a variety of educational sessions at the show in Las Vegas.

“FinTech solutions power the global economy,” said Barry McCarthy, executive vice president of network and security solutions for First Data and chair of FinTech Atlanta, a coalition working to cement metro Atlanta as the global financial technology capital. “Atlanta has quietly become the global capital of this critically important sector. Our commanding presence at Money 20/20 is a demonstration of the solid FinTech ecosystem we have established in Atlanta and throughout the state.”

Atlanta speakers represent a variety of companies and organizations, from Fortune 500 to start-ups. Presenting companies include: BitPay, Brightwell Payments, Cardlytics, Clover, First Data, Global Payments, NCR, Greenlight, Gro Solutions, Ingenico Group, Kabbage, Metro Atlanta Chamber, NOW Corp, Sage Payment Solutions, The Coca-Cola Company, TruRating, and Worldpay.

For a full listing of Atlanta area exhibitors and speakers at the show, visit


About FinTech Atlanta

FinTech Atlanta is a coalition of more than 100 organizations, including Fortune 500 companies, startups, universities, and industry associations, all working to cement Atlanta as the recognized global capital of financial technology. The group strives to fund and energize efforts to recruit, retain and expand businesses and jobs across the FinTech ecosystem in metro Atlanta. To learn how metro Atlanta and Georgia’s FinTech ecosystem is driving more than $30 billion in annual revenues visit

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