Paysafe, the online payment processor with a foothold in the gaming industry, has hired its first federal lobbyist to promote the U.K.-based company’s agenda on cannabis transactions, according to federal disclosures filed Jan. 26.
Dina Ellis Rochkind, of counsel to the Paul Hastings government affairs team in Washington, reported that she will lobby on “cannabis and related financial services issues” for Paysafe Merchant Services Corp., a Paysafe subsidiary in New York.
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