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Former French Minister Francois Baroin to Headline Industry Leading Ecommerce Event

MADRID, Spain, April 9, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The MRC today announced that François Baroin will headline its 2014 European Congress. The event, 14-16 May in Paris, France, will host 400 payments and fraud professionals from leading global merchants operating within ecommerce.

François Baroin, the former French Minister of Economy, Finance and Industry (2011-12), will discuss the future of the European economy and how retailers can manage smoothly within the heavy regulated ecosystem.

"François Baroin is extremely respected within the European Union's retail industry," said MRC Managing Director of Europe, Nicolas Vedrenne. "Our number one goal is to provide merchants with a first class educational experience to better navigate this dynamic and evolving industry. Baroin's breadth and knowledge in the political landscape is timely and relevant, and will provide attendees with best practices to stay at the forefront of global ecommerce."

MRC's 2014 European Congress is the largest educational event for ecommerce payments and fraud professionals in Europe. This three-day intensive training will consist of content developed and delivered by top merchant professionals. The conference events include, two parallel training workshops on fraud, payments and chargebacks, 100 plus topic sessions covering everything from alternative payments to friendly fraud, and 100 plus hours of peer-to-peer networking.

ABOUT THE MRC: The MRC is the foremost global not for profit organization that fully supports and promotes operational excellence for fraud, payments and risk professionals within ecommerce. Membership includes nearly 400 of the world's most prominent merchants and more than 60 category leading solution providers. Headquartered in Seattle, Washington, the MRC's European office is located in Madrid, Spain. Learn more at www.merchantriskcouncil.org.

CONTACT: MEDIA CONTACT: Bill Myers TELEPHONE: +1 206.364.2789 ext. 155 EMAIL: bill@merchantriskcouncil.orgSource:Merchant Risk Council