Your credit union’s credit card program is more valuable than you might think, and plastics vendors know it. Ed Jesionowski shares a few examples of how credit unions leveraged that worth to bring in additional revenue.
The Justice Department this week threw its support behind the Fed’s proposed rule that would require financial institutions to give merchants a choice of debit card networks for online transactions and other purchases when consumers do not physically present their debit cards, reports David Baumann of the Washington Credit Union Daily.
What can credit unions do to prevent or mitigate losses from brute force BIN attacks? Audit and compliance expert Jim Vilker and EFT expert Heather French explain what a brute force BIN attack is and what credit unions can do to limit the damage.
For the past 29 years, the number one earning asset in the credit union industry has been the credit card portfolio. During the best and worst of times, by FAR the most consistent generator of revenue has been the credit card. So why aren’t credit unions pushing them more?