June 8 – The recent debit card skimming incident at the arts-and-crafts chain Michaels Stores highlights one way fraudsters are stealing debit card data. The incident continues to make news headlines at the national level in both banking and consumer dailies. The newest revelations indicate that analytics played a key role in finding the source of the data, which is not a surprise.
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March 13 – ADT Security Services has introduced a new advanced skimming detection device for financial institutions throughout North America. The ADT Anti-Skim™ ATM Security Solution helps prevent skimming attempts and detects skimming devices on all major ATM makes and models.
Oct 13 – Thank you, Peter, for that warm introduction. It is a pleasure to join you today to discuss the importance of keeping markets open for foreign investment, a particularly timely topic given the current uncertainty in global financial markets. I would like to thank the U.S. Council for International Business for hosting this event and for its continuing interest in this important topic, and I also thank the co-sponsors and supporters of the event.
Oct 13 – Deputy Secretary of the Treasury Robert M. Kimmitt issued the following statement on the release of the International Working Group of Sovereign Wealth Funds’ Generally Accepted Principles and Practices for Sovereign Wealth Funds:
Oct 2 – U.S. Treasury Deputy Secretary Robert M. Kimmitt and Treasury’s Community Development Financial Institutions Fund Director Kimberly A. Reed will travel to New Orleans, La., this week to award $3.9 billion in tax credits to organizations investing in rural and urban low-income communities across the United States. The awards are being made under the 2007 round of the New Markets Tax Credit Program and will include $400 million allocated specifically for the redevelopment and reconstruction of the Hurricane Katrina Gulf Opportunity Zone.
February 5 – The migration of the world’s largest and most complex payment ecosystem to EMV chip technology is well under way, industry leaders at the Smart Card Alliance 8th Annual Payments Summit agreed. Conference speakers highlighted industry collaboration on education as one of the next steps to completing a successful migration, and looked ahead to building on the EMV framework to solve the open challenges of mobile and e-commerce payment.
January 20 – NACHA The Electronic Payments Association has announced the election of new officers and the addition of five new and two re-elected members to its Board of Directors. The Board consists of 19 voting members representing a diverse set of depository financial institutions of all sizes and types that support and warrant the payments on the ACH Network.
January 12 – The 2015 Smart Card Alliance Payments Summit has a full agenda with senior leaders from every major payments market scheduled to speak on the progress of U.S. EMV chip migration, mobile payments and open transit payments initiatives. For 2015, the Alliance has added a full third day of convergence track sessions to highlight how technologies and innovations in payments interlace, as well as a training course and testing session for CSCIP/Payments certification.