Northern Leasing is proud to be affiliated with the leasing industry’s leading organizations and member associations.

Electronic Transactions Association (ETA)

An international trade association representing companies that offer electronic transaction processing products and services, the Electronic Transactions Association’s (ETA) aim is to influence, monitor and shape the merchant acquiring industry by providing leadership through education, advocacy and the exchange of information.

Northern Leasing is one of more than 500 companies associated with the organization.

NEFA – National Equipment Finance Association (NEFA)

The National Equipment Finance Association (NEFA) is a national association serving small- to mid-size independent equipment finance companies, lessors and sophisticated brokers. It was formed through the strategic merger of two dynamic organizations, the United Association of Equipment Leasing (UAEL) and the Eastern Association of Equipment Lessors (EAEL).

Equipment Leasing and Finance Association (ELFA)

The Equipment Leasing and Finance Association (ELFA) represents financial services companies and manufacturers engaged in financing the utilization and investment in capital goods. ELFA has more than 750 members, including independent leasing and finance companies, brokers and packagers, captive finance companies, investment banks, commercial banks, service providers, and diversified financial services companies.

Northeast Acquirers Association (NEAA)

The Northeast Acquirers Association (NEAA), one of four regional acquirers associations, is an educational forum for financial institutions and ISOs/MSPs/MLSs in the acquiring industry. It is an excellent source for information on the latest technology, hottest topics in the payment industry and new changes to rules and regulations.

Southeast Acquirers Association (SEAA)

Northern Leasing’s membership with the Southeast Acquirers Association (SEAA) dates back to the association's founding in 2000. A not-for-profit, non-membership, independent association for all acquiring bankcard professionals, the SEAA believes it is important to educate the ISO and MSP community while providing economical access to the latest trends and regulatory changes in the payment processing industry.

Western States Acquirers Association (WSAA)

Like the NEAA and SEAA, the Western States Acquirers Association (WSAA) is a not-for-profit, non-membership organization dedicated to keeping acquirers educated and informed on the changing needs of the acquiring industry.

The Midwest Acquirers Association (MWAA)

The Midwest Acquirers Association (MWAA) is the middle-America arm of the four regional acquirers associations. Like the NEAA, SEAA, and WSAA, the MWAA is dedicated to providing the Midwest acquiring community with opportunities for training, education, and networking.