May 16, 2023
Can a book written in the 1500s teach us anything about the modern payments industry?
That is the question the IPA team is tackling with our latest book club reading, “The Prince” by Nicolo Machiavelli. Originally written as a guide to power for political leaders battling over city states in renaissance Italy,...
Mar 30, 2023
Payroll information is used for all kinds of financial decisions, but individual workers and employers often need to jump through hoops to share it.
In this episode, Jordan Wright, Atomic’s CEO and co-founder, describes how the company is working to solve the problems that employers and employees face when trying...
Mar 16, 2023
While questions have been raised about its future, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau still remains at the center of payments regulation in Washington.
In this episode, Brian Tate, the IPA’s CEO, and Chris Stromberg, IPA’s director of government relations discuss everything that has been happening with...
Mar 6, 2023
How can start-ups create effective compliance programs with limited resources?
This is a question many founders struggle with, and the key to is success is recognizing when they need help.
In this episode Jamie Uppenberg, the founder of Uppenberg Associates, discusses how fintechs can build an effective
Feb 23, 2023
Did the financial crisis leave us with any lessons that apply to a rapidly evolving payments industry?
To dig into this question, the IPA staff recently read and had a discussion on Michael Lewis’s book, The Big Short. The IPA’s CEO, Brian Tate, and Chris Stromberg, our director of government relations joined...