In today’s CardFlash News Que: AFI (MasterCard); CSI (GBTA); CHASE (homepage); and CHECKALT (First Service CU).
AFI – The Alliance for Financial Inclusion (AFI) and MasterCard, with support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, implemented a first of its kind technical capacity building workshop for AFI members in Sub-Saharan Africa, held in Yamoussoukro, Cote d’Ivoire. More than fifty financial inclusion regulators and policymakers from across the African continent are participating.
CSI – CSI globalVCard, a leading provider of electronic payment solutions, will be sharing its single-use virtual card technology with attendees of the 2015 Global Business Travel Association Convention (GBTA). The GBTA Convention brings together more than 7,000 business travel industry leaders, buyers and suppliers.
CHASE – Chase launched its redesigned chase.com home page, making it faster, simpler and more personalized for the bank’s customers. Chase began its digital transformation last year with the redesigned Chase Mobile® app, which currently ranks #1 among banking apps in both the Apple App Store and Google Play and is regularly among the top 100 of all iPhone apps. This journey will continue to the online channel for more than 37 million customers who actively use chase.com, the most visited banking site in the U.S. according to compete.com.
CHECKALT – CheckAlt announced First Service Credit Union has renewed its partnership with them to process deposits made at all branches and through their mobile banking application. Additionally, CheckAlt is processing in-clearing items for the institution. First Service Credit Union was established in 1977 and currently has $546 million in total assets, serving nearly 55,000 members through thirteen branches located in Houston, Texas and the surrounding area.