PSCU Financial Services is joining in the EMV wave, rolling out new credit cards that carry both EMV chip-and-PIN security and traditional magnetic stripes.
A technology service subsidiary of the Maine Credit Union League said it has expanded its relationship with the credit union core processing arm of Jack Henry & Associates.
PSCU Financial Services is now offering its 680 owner credit unions new plastic with EMV chip-and-PIN for overseas members.
Buried 175 feet under Branson, Mo., is “the Mountain,” the nickname of a disaster recovery hot site that Symitar is now offering as a host to its 700 client credit unions.
More big announcements on the EMV front, including a joint Citibank-American Airlines issue. Meanwhile, United Nations FCU adds users.
Maine Credit Union League subsidiary seeks to expand service bureau coverage and help core processor offer in-house option.
Credit unions serving members who live or work abroad are the target of JHA Payment Processing Solutions’ new chip and signature debit and credit cards.
Core processor offering hosted backup service from center 175 feet under Branson, Mo., and nicknamed "the Mountain."
Around 10% of credit unions looked to upgrade their core banking systems last year, marking a significant increase from the historical percentage average of 4% to 5%, according to two new reports from Boston-based financial research and consulting firm Celent.
Embedded plastic offers stronger security, meets European standards and is expected to see adoption spread in U.S., company says.