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The Durbin Amendment to the Dodd-Frank financial reform act will likely cut credit union debit card income in the short term but may also spur further innovations in the payments industry.

Those are among the conclusions of two recent reports that looked at the likely impact of the debit interchange reduction that the Durbin Amendment mandated. “The New Order: How Interchange Regulation Will Change the U.S. Payment Industry,” published by the Aite Group and “Interchange Regulation: Implications for Credit Unions,” published by the Filene Research Institute considered the impacts of what their researchers considered the most likely Federal Reserve regulations.

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