Despite the documented ability of smart chips to cut fraud losses, experts say some credit unions and CUSOs have not moved very quickly to start issuing credit and debit cards enabled with the higher tech chips.
HEIT, the Colorado-based provider of cloud-based infrastructure, compliance and security services to more than 200 credit unions, is being sold to Computer Services Inc. of Paducah, Ky.
Card Services for Credit Unions white paper advises taking a look at reducing costs on debit side, increasing credit revenue.
After years of steadily holding back support for embedding smart chips into U.S. issued cards, the largest card brand has announced it will now back the use of smart card technology in the U.S.
Colorado-based infrastructure outsourcer sold to Kentucky provider of core banking, diversified technology services.
New website called Durbin Dialog offers info, interaction.
A penny is all if overdraft covered by 10 that night or less than $10.
SAN FRANCISCO — The biggest players in financial services technology right now might be Google and Facebook. That’s what it felt like at times at the Finovate Spring 2011 showcase last week at the San Francisco Design Center Concourse.
The $5.3 billion American Airlines Credit Union reported that its relatively young credit card program has remained strong during the Great Recession.
SAN FRANCISCO — Credit union participants at the Finovate 2011 conference seek collaboration beyond the comfort zone.