Andrew has nearly a decade of experience researching account-to-account payment systems globally and has supported numerous industry players on six continents, including clearing houses, payment associations, government regulators, technology providers, and various fintechs. He has advised clients on topics as wide-ranging from ACH migration to real-time payments, cross-border payment regulations, data standards, global payment system modernization, and account-to-account payment fraud.
Andrew is a member of various payment associations, including the Frankfurt Payments Network; the US Faster Payments Council, where he is a member of three working groups and the Board Advisory Group; and the Payments Innovation Alliance Advisory Committee for Emerging Payments. Andrew has presented at various payment conferences, including Nacha’s Smarter Faster Payments (2018 & 2022), the Payments Innovation Alliance meetings, the Frankfurt Payments Network, and various smaller conferences held by regional payment associations in the United States.
Andrew completed his dual bachelor’s degree in political science and history at the University of California, San Diego and his master’s degree in public policy at the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin, Germany.