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EDPIA welcomes SIA as a new member

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Brussels – The European Digital Payments Industry Alliance (EDPIA) is happy to announce that SIA, a leading European hi-tech company in payment services and infrastructures headquartered in Milan and controlled by CDP Equity, has joined the Alliance, joining founding members Ingenico Group, Nets, Nexi and Wordline in advocating the growth of digital payments in Europe.

Gilles Grapinet, President of EDPIA welcomed SIA to the Alliance and underlined: “On behalf all the other EDPIA members, I warmly welcome the decision of SIA, a key European player in the digital payments industry, to join EDPIA. It is a very important first development of our joint major initiative launched in May 2020, demonstrating the attractiveness of our Alliance and of its ambition to unite all the independent European payment players to strongly and constructively contribute to the ongoing policy and regulatory debates and to actively promote the digital payments on our Continent.”

Nicola Cordone, CEO of SIA, said: “We are particularly proud to join EDPIA and to contribute further to accelerating the development of digital payments in Europe. SIA supports this initiative by leveraging its know-how, expertise and people in leading the innovation of digital pan-European payment services at world-class standard. For over 40 years we have proudly put citizens, corporates, financial institutions, central banks and the public sector at the center of the digital payments revolution”.

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Read more about the EDPIA’s mission here.

Nicola Cordone, CEO, SIA

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