CEA's Oxman Leaving For ETA
Jason Oxman, the Consumer Electronics Association's senior vice president of industry affairs, is leaving CEA to become CEO of the Electronic Transactions Association.
ETA represents credit card companies and other companies in the payment-processing industry. The announcement came at the ETA's annual meeting and expo in Las Vegas.
“I am delighted to join this incredible organization that is so critical to the continued success of the payments industry,” Oxman said in a statement. “ETA member companies touch, enrich and improve the lives of every consumer while making the global flow of commerce possible. I look forward to working with ETA’s talented staff, members and volunteer leaders to fulfill ETA’s mission to grow our industry.”