Here we take a data-driven journey into 2018 and some of the key trends that we’re likely to witness.
A Smaller Take On Non-Interest Income | Credit Unions
The data is for all credit unions as of second quarter 2017.
American Express Credit Card Rewards May Soon Get Worse
American Express is making major changes to a big portion of its business, and cardholders may end up feeling the consequences depending on how things shake out.
Brick-And-Mortar Retailers Take On Omnichannel
Read about how five brick-and-mortar retailers are adapting to the demands of omnichannel commerce.
Smartwatches poised to get their moment with consumers
Worldwide shipments of wearable devices is on track to grow 15.1 percent in 2018, totaling 132.9 million units over the course of the year, according to an IDC report.
Recurring payments: How credit unions can avoid getting left behind
Read about what can credit unions do to compete for CNP and recurring payment transaction activity.
PayPal and Chase: Giving Customers Good Choices
Given the meteoric expansion of digital commerce in recent years, Chase has every reason not just to want to be in that PayPal wallet, but at the top of it when customers are going to checkout using..
Include short-term loan repayment in credit scores
We find ourselves in an era of widespread financial exclusion.
Scammers Attaching Banking Password-Stealing Malware to MS Office Docs
A "Critical Alert" is issued after banking passwords are stolen through Microsoft Office accounts.
Call Centers Dial In AI To Fight Off Fraud
Challenged with rising customer expectations and security concerns contact centers around the space are turning to AI to better serve callers.
Cash Use Rising In Developed, Emerging Markets | PYMNTS.com
Despite predictions that cash is going the way of the dodo bird, a new study by the Bank for International Settlements found that notion is more bluster than…
Amex Makes Biggest Fee Cut In Two Decades
Good news for retailers doing business with American Express: The company is planning to cut its fee more than it has in two decades.
Amazon's foray into banking could target key credit union demographics
If Amazon enters into financial services, the tech giant may steal two crucial customer demographics from credit unions: the underbanked and millennials.
Equifax And Entersekt Team Up To Stop ID Fraud
Equifax is shoring up some lines of defense by linking with Entersekt in a mobile digital ID effort.
Overdue US Card Debt Hits 7-Year High
The U.S. consumer credit picture continues to look grim as 2018 is coming into the end of its first quarter.
NEW DATA: Why 100% Of Mid-Sized FIs Are Failing To Beat The Innovation Curve
Short video provides a good summary of results from a newly published PYMNTS research.
Citigroup To Create A National Digital Bank
Citigroup is gearing up to launch a digital consumer bank that will be national in scope and will arrive within the next three years.
Bank Of America To Open 500 New Branches
In addition to opening new branches, the company plans to overhaul more than 1,500 financial centers, stocking them with new technology, furnishing and layouts.
Believe It or Not, Bank Branches Still Matter
Some banks are betting that new branches are the way forward.
Debit Card Fraud At ATM Rose 10 Percent In 2017
A new report has revealed that there was a 10 percent increase in the number of payment cards compromised at U.S. ATMs and merchants in 2017.
Amazon reportedly looks to offer checking accounts for customers via JP Morgan, other banks
Amazon is considering partnering with Wall Street's top banks in an effort to build a "checking-account-like" product for customers, according to a report.
Small Bank Credit Card Losses Explode