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NAC DC Advocacy Starts Strong in 2017

Our Nation's newly installed Congress and Administration in Washington provide a rare opportunity to overcome DC gridlock and address some of the most important issues now confronting America's Independent ATM industry.

nac-in-washington-2NAC Government Affairs Committee Chair,
Curt Selman and Executive Director, Bruce Renard
meet with key Staffers from U.S. House Financial Services
Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling's (R-TX)
Washington office to discuss the major ATM issues.

Guided by NAC's legal and governmental affairs team at Jones Walker in DC, The National ATM Council's Board and Staff have already made multiple trips to Washington in 2017 - including as recently as this week - meeting key Congressional Members and Staffs with prime oversight responsibility for  ATM issues.
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NAC GAC Chair Selman and NAC Executive
Director Renard in DC-  visit with US Senate
Banking Committee Chairman, Mike Crapo, (R-ID).
In its meetings, NAC has emphasized how Independent ATM providers are delivering the widespread access to cash that helps fuel our U.S. economy each and every day in thousands of urban and rural communities across America.  Congress is beginning to understand that Independent ATMs really do matter!
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NAC GAC Chair Selman and NAC Executive Director Renard
with Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-MO),
Member of the House Financial Services Committee, Chairman
of the Subcommittee on Financial Institutions and Consumer
Credit and a leading opponent of Operation Choke Point on the Hill.
"NAC's 2017 advocacy efforts on the Hill are focused on ensuring that any changes to the Nation's financial laws help and do not hurt U.S. Independent ATM businesses", said newly installed NAC Board Chair, George Sarantopoulos of Access One Solutions in New York. "Our specific initiatives are aimed at addressing the most pressing issues now impacting our industry sector. These include restoring reasonable availability of bank accounts for ATM companies, addressing mislabeled bank imposed 'foreign ATM fees', and promoting greater competition for network routing of ATM transactions."
NAC Governmental Affairs Committee Chair, Curt Selman of Selman ATMs in Carrollton, TX, added: "NAC anticipates heightened activity in DC on these vital ATM issues throughout 2017 - at a pace we've not seen in recent history - and NAC will continue to be there for the U.S.Independent ATM industry."

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