We’re happy to share that Remitly has joined the Financial Technology Association (FTA). FTA represents fintech companies and leading payment providers like Remitly that leverage technology to give customers fast, affordable, and secure payment options.
“We’re excited to welcome Remitly to our community of leading fintech companies,” said Penny Lee, President and CEO of the Financial Technology Association. “Their commitment to faster cross-border payments and financial inclusion aligns with our mission of expanding access to financial services for all Americans.”
“We look forward to joining FTA’s community of like-minded fintech companies shaping the future of financial services,” said Matt Cameron, Head of Policy and Regulatory Affairs at Remitly. “This partnership is an exciting opportunity to collaborate with other industry leaders and support responsible innovation that ultimately benefits the customers we serve.”
Our membership in the Financial Technology Association comes at an exciting time for the fintech industry, with FTA advocating for policies that enhance competition and consumer choice and foster financial inclusion. We’re pleased to be a part of the FTA community and look forward to participating in the conversations and ongoing work that will help shape the future of our industry to the benefit of our customers.
Remitly is a leading digital financial services provider for immigrants and their families in over 170 countries around the world. Remitly helps immigrants send money home in a safe, reliable, and transparent manner. Its digitally-native, cross-border remittance app eliminates the long wait times, complexities, and fees typical of traditional remittance processes. Building on its strong foundation, Remitly is expanding its suite of products to further its mission and transform financial services for immigrants all around the world.
The Financial Technology Association (FTA) is a Washington, DC-based trade association representing industry leaders shaping the future of finance. We champion the power of technology-centered financial services and advocate for the modernization of financial regulation to support inclusion and responsible innovation.