ORLANDO, Fla. — Can mobile banking help a credit union better serve more unbanked and underbanked consumers?
ORLANDO, Fla. — Eat or be eaten. So says at least one speaker Monday at NACHA Payments 2014.
Electronic payments association will implement real-time availability in three phases.
Navy Federal, SECU, BECU, Golden 1 and America First on list.
Trade groups send clearing house letters offering their input on proposed notification, authorization rules amendments.
No-cost online tool enables the trade association’s members to monitor what is being said about their bank and the products and services it offers.
The new, six-page paper includes business practices that can be used to create internal policies and procedures.
NACHA study says bill pay posting exceptions occur in about one in 200 transactions.
Tablets are taking over and credit unions need to get on board. That's one takeaway from this week's Mobility Matters column by Robert McGarvey.
BALTIMORE — The NACHA session opened with dramatic video. Microsoft lawyers accompanied by U.S. marshals swooped into a characterless office building in Scranton, Pa., where they proceeded to seize computers that had been used to host giant botnet networks of zombie computers that–unbeknownst to their owners–were under the control of...