Joe Montana paid homage to his father during his address last week at NACUSO’s annual conference. His father wasn’t a big jock, but he could work the fundamentals with him, like tying a tire swing up in a tree–not to swing on–but to throw the football through. His father would...
NACUSO speaker Joe Montana talk provides lessons for struggle to save the credit union tax exemption in Congress.
Here's a look at the top 5 issues, other than member business lending legislation, pushed at NAFCU's 2012 Congressional Caucus.
Jack Henry & Associates Inc. said an expanded processing relationship with MasterCard Worldwide will help reduce the number of paper checks its iPay Technologies division generates to pay consumers’ bills.
Aite had it partly right. That's one way to interpret clarifications from MasterCard regarding its policies on EMV transactions and ATMs.
SAN ANTONIO - MasterCard Worldwide is still studying whether and how to put into place a two-tier interchange schedule to accord with coming debit cap regulations, according to an executive with the card brand.
Credit unions should continue to throw themselves body and soul into fighting a looming cap on debit card interchange, but should do so without any significant expectation that they will succeed.
The fast-growing pack of Android users can now use a MasterCard app for finding ATMs.
MasterCard has expanded its ATM Hunter service to the fast-growing Android platform, two years after providing the locator app for iPhones and about a year after it was launched for BlackBerry users.
More evidence has come to light that suggests credit unions with more lower income members may take a deeper hit from the upcoming cap on debit card interchange than CUs with fewer lower income members.