Cards

Late-summer spending edges closer to normal: CO-OP

09/16/20

New analysis from CO-OP Financial Services showed credit union members veering closer to traditional card usage, but the lack of additional pandemic relief could hamper interchange growth this fall.

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How Colleen Taylor created new rungs in her long payments career

09/10/20

In her steady advance up the payments industry career ladder, Colleen Taylor has pursued a consistent theme of taking on challenging roles at pivotal moments, which has propelled her trajectory.

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CFPB seeks comment on impact of credit card rules

08/25/20

The agency solicited input on the effects of the CARD Act regulations as part of a statutory requirement that the bureau review policies 10 years after they are implemented.

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Wells Fargo aims for top of digital wallet with $5 bonus

03/06/20

Wells Fargo hopes to anchor its debit card at the top of customers’ digital wallets with a promotion offering users a $5 credit.

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Expect 'a lot more dismantling': A fintech entrepreneur's vision for 2020

12/30/19

Jason Gardner, founder and CEO of the card issuer Marqeta, discusses his experiences in starting up multiple fintechs and makes predictions for the new year.

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'The right to financial services should be universal': Comments of the week

06/27/19

Readers respond to how Congress should address AI, concerns on Facebook's Libra and its logo, a report challenging card fraud prevention and more.

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Uma Wilson, UMB Bank | Most Powerful Women: Next

04/28/19

Over the past two years, Uma Wilson's strategy took a program that had been losing customers on a year-over-year basis and transformed it into the fastest-growing issuer of Visa cards in the region.

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How Amex avoided a repeat of Costco to keep Delta on board

04/18/19

If American Express is going to soar in the future, it plans to do so firmly attached to the new 11-year contract it has signed with Delta Airlines.

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Banks and credit unions now level on consumer satisfaction: Report

11/13/18

A new report finds credit unions' edge in satisfaction rates has all but been wiped out, while a separate study finds negative interactions with CU staff could have a big impact on the bottom line.

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Bye plastic, BofA's digital agenda, Fed’s big-bank supervision revamp: Top stories of the week

11/02/18

Synchrony CEO Margaret Keane says plastic cards will be gone in five years; David Tyrie is succeeding the high-profile Michelle Moore as BofA's digital chief; Fed outlines a new approach for its post-crisis supervisory program; and more from this week's most-read stories.

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