A new approach to branches, a dynamic competitive environment and the implications of $2 billion in compliance-related investment were among the topics covered by CEO Jamie Dimon and his management team at the bank’s recent Investor Day.
By Bob Russo, PCI Security Standards Council | February 05, 2014
The challenge of keeping data safe can’t be solved by a single technology, standard, mandate, or regulation. The PCI Security Standards Council is an example of the industry collaboration that is needed today.
Capital One research suggests security concerns are delaying many business customers' adoption of mobile for corporate banking, while there is growing interest in commercial cards and self-service capabilities.
PayPal wants to support space tourists' mobile transactions, but speakers at the recent Mobile Commerce World suggested that businesses have much to learn about building a great mobile commerce experience.
Frank Bisignano, who also led JPMorgan's mortgage banking business in the wake of the mortgage crisis, will lead payments management company First Data at a time of great change in the payments industry.
Global banking regulators will examine whether their new rules forcing lenders to hold more capital to absorb any future losses should be simplified after criticism that they are too complex to be effective.