Sterling Executives Appointed to ETA Committees

February 18, 2013

Two members of its executive team have been selected to serve on key committees of the Electronic Transactions Association (ETA), the trade association of the global electronic payments industry.

Sterling Executives Appointed to ETA Committees

David Mannella, Sterling’s Executive Director of Gateway Products and Services, was named to ETA’s Technology Committee, which is responsible for monitoring and providing information on technology trends and applications to ETA members and the payments industry. Mr. Mannella has more than 20 years of industry experience. Prior to joining Sterling, he was a Senior Project Manager at Chase Paymentech.

Mike Milam, Sterling’s Executive Director of Risk Operations, will serve on ETA’s Risk, Fraud & Security Committee, which recommends best practices and other risk mitigation strategies for the industry. Mr. Milam has 15 years’ experience in the payment industry, and previously was Senior Manager of Underwriting for Lynk Systems.

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