Fintechs Canada welcomes Peloton Technologies as new member

Fintechs Canada is thrilled to announce that Peloton Technologies has joined the association.

“When entrepreneurs start their businesses, the last thing they want to do is think about how to manage their payments—they want to create the products and deliver the services they’re passionate about,” said Laurence Cooke, chair of the board of Fintechs Canada. “Peloton is on a mission to help entrepreneurs do what they do best, and so we’re excited to have them join the association.”

Peloton Technologies joins the association at a crucial time. Fintechs Canada worked to raise awareness of fintech issues on the election campaign trail, where both the Liberals and Conservatives committed to advance open banking and payments modernization.

“With an aligned mission to foster innovation and promote change within the payments industry, joining Fintechs Canada is a logical step,” said Craig Attiwill, co-founder and CEO at Peloton Technologies. “We’re excited to amplify our voice alongside other like-minded companies.”

Fintechs Canada will continue to advocate on behalf of its members, as the government begins to turn its mind to implementation on policy files that are important to the sector.

About Peloton Technologies

At Peloton Technologies, the mission is to make all payments simple and efficient. Providing our partners and financial institutions with the tools to revolutionize the payment experience. Organizations should be free to spend more time on what they set out to do and less time handling payments. Through 10 years of R&D and real-world application, Peloton Technologies is the leading FinTech providing  local businesses with access to the global market. 

About Fintechs Canada

Established in May 2019 as a not-for-profit member association, Fintechs Canada is the harmonized voice for technology companies that hold and move money operating in Canada. Our membership is growing and diverse, inclusive of consumer-facing financial technology companies, business-to-business payment processors, payment network operators, and financial institutions, among others.

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