The Durbin Amendment is dropped from Dodd-Frank overhaul plan. What it means to credit unions?
The fight over the Dubin Amendment and debit card interchange fees is going hyperlocal.
Credit unions are ready for a fight on Capitol Hill.
A group of more than 400 retailers call on House Republicans to abandon efforts to repeal the cap on debit card interchange fees.
Rep. Neugebauer's H.R. 5465, which would repeal the Durbin Amendment, is not likely to move in Congress this year.
Recent mortgage industry headlines are good news for credit unions and Durbin instills honesty into the card business, readers say.
Continued advocacy can help the industry overcome the anticipated negative effects of the legislation.
Readers sound off on marijuana industry banking and the Durbin Amendment.
Signature debit rewards can help you capture profitable business abandoned by bigger institutions.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond reveals less than 10% of merchants saved on debit costs post-Durbin.