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BAI Payments Connect 2014
BAI Payments Connect 2014 brings you the insights, information, and personal connections you need to stay ahead in today's rapidly changing retail banking payment space.
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- Engage in conversations with senior banking executives
- Witness payments technology and business solutions demos at the Payments Innovation Track
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- Explore the latest in innovation with over 60 companies in the expo
EMV for Fraud Control in United States
The U.S. card industry’s move to EMV technology to combat fraud will likely accelerate because of recent data breaches, say BAI Payments Connect 2014 panelists.
From BAI Banking Strategies Daily
Bank of America is preparing to unveil a new checking account it hopes will appeal to low-income customers and compete with the burgeoning world of prepaid debit cards.
Confidential agency data obtained by American Banker reveals that managers at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau show distinct patterns in how they rate employees of different races when it comes to performance reviews on which raises and bonuses are based.
Recent breaches of customer databases at Target and elsewhere may have mostly affected credit and debit card accounts, but they also are having an impact on prepaid card programs.
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