People - MRC Board Members

MRC Board Open Positions

MRC Background

  • The MRC is a global non-profit membership association for payments and fraud prevention professionals.
  • The MRC is a 501c6 non-profit membership association.
  • The MRC also is a 501c3 non-profit foundation, this was established to help educate and collaborate with law enforcement in our industry.
  • We were established in October 18, 2000.
  • The MRC Mission is to be the go-to place for eCommerce payment and fraud professionals globally to facilitate networking, education and advocacy.

MRC Organizational Structure

  • The MRC has a Global Board of Directors (GB) which ensures the MRC operates ethically and legally. Individuals on that body act as "trustees" of the public for the MRC's actions.
  • The MRC has four advisory boards: the Americas Advisory Board (AAB), the European Advisory Board (EAB), the APAC Advisory Board (APAC AB), and the LatAm Advisory Board (LATAM AB). Advisory boards generally have up to sixteen Advisors, and half of those must be merchants.
  • The MRC is run by a CEO who is managed by the Global Board. The CEO manages the day-to-day operations and, when appropriate, seeks input from the Global Board, and Advisory Boards. The CEO is ultimately responsible for meeting strategic goals and managing MRC staff.
  • The MRC has all the required financial reporting systems in place and has functioning financial overview from the MRC Finance Committee. The MRC has an annual audit. The Company's fiscal year runs from July 1 - June 30, which is in-line with board terms.
  • The MRC carries the necessary and appropriate insurance, including Directors and Officers liability insurance, and has personnel policies and financial controls in place.
  • The MRC has a Board Conflict of Interest Policy which all Directors and Advisors are required to complete.



Global Board of Directors Positions

The MRC Global Board Directors ensure the MRC continues to operate at the highest legal and ethical standards. The Company Directors act as "trustees" of the public for the MRC's actions. The MRC Global Board of Directors is charged with assessing the health of the organization, retains fiduciary responsibility for MRC operations, and participates in the creation and delivery of global long-term strategies and programs.

Each year the MRC Global Board of Directors opens seats for new applications, with candidates elected by the merchant membership. At this time, the MRC is seeking applications for 1 merchant seat and 1 solution provider seat from candidates interested in joining the MRC Global Board of Directors.

Qualified candidates will bring a unique perspective to the MRC, offering invaluable leadership, experience, and industry knowledge. MRC Board members are an integral part of the organization as their ideas, direction, and contributions provide guidance and support to the MRC.

 

The MRC is currently seeking applications for 1 merchant seat and 1 solution provider seat on the Global Board of Directors.


 



Regional Advisory Board Positions

MRC Advisors participate in the creation and delivery of long-term strategies for their respective regions, as well as guide policy and program decisions in conjunction with the MRC Board of Directors.  At present, the MRC is actively seeking applications for 1 solution provider seat on the European Advisory Board (EAB) and 1 merchant and 1 solution provider seats on the Americas Advisory Board (AAB) from candidates interested in joining the Regional Advisory Boards.

Qualified candidates will bring a unique perspective to the MRC, offering invaluable leadership, experience and industry knowledge. Advisory Board members are an integral part of the organization as their ideas, direction, and contributions provide guidance and support to the MRC.


The MRC is actively seeking applications for 1 solution provider seat on the European Advisory Board (EAB) and 1 merchant and 1 solution provider seats on the Americas Advisory Board (AAB). There are currently no available seats on the LATAM or APAC advisory board.



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