Jack Henry’s subsidiary Symitar has set a new record with the addition of six new US credit unions to its Episys core processing system in one fiscal year. All of these credit unions have more than $1 billion in assets and Symitar says getting six new relationships in one fiscal year breaks its previous record […]
Connecticut-based Liberty Bank has chosen Geezeo’s retail and business financial management solutions for more data and insights for its customers. Geezeo is a white-label personal financial management (PFM) provider for banks and credit unions in the US. The bank will use “Responsive Tiles” – which offers digital money management features that can be integrated into […]
The power of payments keeps on driving revenue growth upwards for Fiserv – with some healthy Q1 2017 results. GAAP revenue for the company increased 5% in the first quarter to $1.39 billion, driven by 6% growth in its payments segment and 4% growth in its financial segment, compared to the first quarter of 2016. […]
US EMV use has hit a milestone. For the first time, the number of Visa chip card transactions topped one billion last month, a 330% increase from March 2016.
USAmeriBank (formerly Aliant Bank), a $3.8 billion bank operating in the US states of Alabama and Florida, is building a new payments hub for its domestic and international wire transfers.
California-based core banking software vendor Corelation has added three more customers to its list. These are Blue Eagle CU, Brazos Valley Schools CU and Long Beach City Employees FCU.
It’s official. The US Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is pushing back the effective date of its final rule on prepaid accounts until 1 April 2018 – six months after the originally scheduled implementation date of 1 October 2017.
Plastc, a US fintech start-up that created a card that could digitally hold 20 credit or debit cards, is filing for bankruptcy.
SouthEast Bank, a $1.2 billion financial institution in the US state of Tennessee, is implementing Fiserv’s DNA core banking system and a range of auxiliary solutions from the vendor.
Prepaid complaints to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) in the US hit 2,500 in 2016, accounting for about 0.9% of the 291,400 complaints in agency’s latest Consumer Response Annual Report.