Montvale, NJ, September 5, 2018 : - The Money Services Business Association (MSBA), a trade association focusing on the non-bank money services industry, announced today it has integrated into its operation the services and capabilities of the National Money Transmitters Association (NMTA). With the consolidation of the two entities, the MSBA is the only broad-based trade association focused on tracking state and federal legislation and regulation for the money services business industry.
“We are excited to welcome Mr. Landsman and members from the NMTA into the MSBA as we continue to represent licensed money transmitters, international remittance companies and Fintech companies” said Kathy Tomasofsky, Executive Director at the Money Services Business Association. “It is important that we strengthen our collaboration as we share one industry voice on the many issues and challenges before us.”
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About the MSBA
The Money Services Business Association or MSBA is a trade association focused on the non-bank money services industry, including licensed money transmitters their agents/authorized delegates, payment card issuers and distributors, payment processors, international remittance companies, bill payment companies, mobile payment application providers, payment aggregators, virtual currency exchanges and administrators, eWallet providers and other similar money services providers that are engaged in payments.