The Credit Union Risk Council has launched a new website aimed at helping credit unions better arm themselves against card fraud, including the first secured channel of communications with law enforcement of its kind, the group said.
A new website aimed at helping credit unions better educate and arm themselves against card fraud has been launched by the Credit Union Risk Council.
The EMV payments standard used worldwide may be coming to the United States, according to a new white paper from The Members Group.
The Members Group is offering a downloadable white paper on what it says may be the inevitable demise of magnetic-stripe cards in favor of the EMV global payments standard.
Grow Financial FCU's student microsite has brought the Tampa, Fla.-based credit union new business-as well as some industry accolades.
A Minnesota based national bank has challenged the constitutionality of the law that would, for the first time, regulate debit card interchange.
An ad depicting a duck with a cigar in its mouth takes aim at credit unions' tax exempt status due to widespread credit union opposition of an amendment that would give the Fed the power to regulate interchange fees.
Senate Majority Whip Richard Durbin is "disappointed," with the arguments made by CUNA and the Independent Community Bankers of America in opposing his amendment to regulate interchange fees.
From the halls of the Treasury Department to town meetings in the states, credit unions and their allies began the last
Saying he is "not confident we can win this but that doesn't mean we shouldn't do our best," CUNA President/CEO Dan Mica encouraged credit union members to come to Washington to lobby to remove an amendment on interchange fees.