JetPay’s CEO Diane Faro Honored with Distinguished Payments Professional Award

May 15, 2017

Dallas-area financial services executive receives prestigious recognition in payments technology services industry.

JetPay Corporation (“JetPay” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: “JTPY”) announced today that Diane (Vogt) Faro, Chief Executive Officer of JetPay has earned one of the highest honors in the payments technology industry, winning the prestigious Distinguished Payments Professional award from the Electronic Transactions Association (“ETA”). Faro joined JetPay as CEO in May 2016, after serving on the Company’s board of directors since 2014. During her tenure the Company has seen record growth in mobile and Online transactions.

“She is truly a trailblazer, and her vision propels us forward every day.”

 Larry Stone, JetPay Board Member.

ETA, the international trade association for the payments technology field, announced the winner this week in Las Vegas at TRANSACT, the group’s annual conference. Distinguished Payments Professional, selected by the ETA Awards and Recognition Committee, is awarded for outstanding service to the association and contributions to the industry.

JetPay is a fast-growing financial technology company that provides a single-vendor solution for payment services, debit and credit card processing, ACH services, and payroll and human capital management needs for businesses throughout the country.

“Diane is one of the most respected leaders in the financial services industry and is driving new strategic directions at JetPay that enhance sales, marketing, product development, operations and partnerships,” said Larry Stone, a JetPay board member, investor and industry influencer. Mr. Stone continued, “She is truly a trailblazer, and her vision propels us forward every day.”

Faro is a past president of ETA (2004-2005) and has served as an ETA board member for the past seven years. She is one of the co-founders of Women Networking in Electronic Transactions (WNET), a premier professional organization for women in the payment industry. She also holds advisory positions with both Visa and MasterCard, providing leadership direction and financial oversight focused on future payments and financial services.