Sarah Snell Cooke weighs in on the latest credit union news.
PORTLAND, Ore. – Security expert Giles Witherspoon-Boyd explains what evolving mobile payments technology means for CUs.
The payments processor will issue a public offering of 160 shares of Class A common stock at between $18 and $20 per share.
Now that the Target data breach suit has class action status, credit unions look forward to advancing their cause.
Credit unions dread the costs required of same-day ACH transactions.
The move aligns the Fed's same-day ACH service with NACHA's rules. Trades express concern about costs to credit unions.
ACI Worldwide reveals 54% of retailers are stalling payments-related investments due to security concerns.
African bank slated to test the new, EMV-specific authentication technology this fall.
TMG reveals 86% of its clients plan to make Samsung Pay or Android Pay available to cardholders.
After October 1, the party with the least advanced technology will bear the highest costs.