The EPA is a commercial membership association of payments industry influencers, delivering projects to drive change and encourage innovation and profitable business growth. Advisory Board members are nominated and elected to the board based upon their experience and ability to lead and influence the payments industry.
Tony Craddock, Director General of the Emerging Payments Association, commented: “We are delighted to have Monica Eaton-Cardone join our Advisory Board. Her knowledge and expertise in payments, chargebacks, legislation and understanding merchant challenges will help drive the growth of the emerging payments industry. Our industry is one of the fastest-moving in the world and Monica will join international payment leaders in collaborating under the renowned EPA umbrella to help guide and shape the industry, creating a profitable, sustainable payments ecosystem.”
“The payments industry is moving at hyper-speed,” says Eaton-Cardone. “In the blink of an eye, we’ve evolved into an international, global economy, with consumers all over the world unified by the Internet. Only through innovation and collaboration will we be able to help consumers and merchants buy and sell their goods and services safely, quickly, and free from fraud. I look forward to working with my colleagues in the industry to ensure the continued growth of safe payments worldwide.”
Eaton-Cardone has long been recognised as a thought-leader in payments and innovation, sought after by the likes of Money20/20 Europe and Forbes magazine for her insights. She won a 2016 Stevie Gold Award for Innovator of the Year for Women in Business.
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Global Risk Technologies provides cutting-edge, highly-scalable enterprise solutions and specialised consulting for chargeback compliance and dispute management to acquirers, card issuers, and large-scale merchants. The company’s dynamic technologies and tactical data analysis are also incorporated in its mediation division, eConsumerServices, and its merchant-centric remediation service, Chargebacks911.