Inside J.P. Morgan's Payments Strategy: Q&A With Managing Director Christine Doria
Globalization, regulation and efficiency are among the top challenges corporate customers face today, according to Christine Doria, managing director, global product executive, USD clearing, J.P. Morgan Treasury Services (New York). BS&T editorial director Katherine Burger caught up with Doria to find out how the bank is helping its corporate and financial institution clients address these challenges.
How Banks Can Overcome the Durbin Amendment
Now that the final debit card-interchange rule is in effect, card- issuing banks need to respond strategically as well as a tactically, according to Accenture's Juan Pedro Moreno and Samantha Regan.
Experts Debate the Security of EMV
While many in the financial industry acknowledge that the EMV standard is not 100-percent secure, some say it may be the best option available for securing POS payments.
Wikileaks Claims Bank Blockade
The controversial whistleblower site says that Visa, MasterCard, Western Union and PayPal have conspired to block donations to the site.
Q&A: Security Pros Identify Key Themes at the NICE Actimize Forum
Shawn Swartout, VP and security director at Spokane, Wash.-based Sterling Savings Bank and Ben Knieff, director of product marketing and enterprise fraud prevention expert at NICE Actimize say that managing customer relationships is key to a successful security strategy.
Fiserv Tops Javelin's Mobile Banking Scorecard
Javelin Strategy and Research released its 2011-2012 Mobile Banking Vendor Scorecard, which provides a detailed analysis and ranking of the mobile banking solutions of 15 major vendors and identifies the top industry trends.
Remembering Steve Jobs
Apple's cofounder and technology visionary Steve Jobs passed away Wednesday, leaving behind a legacy of innovation that has forever changed the way consumers and businesses experience technology.