Alliance Data Systems has signed a new long-term agreement to provide private label credit card services and assume management of an existing co-brand card program in the U.S. for Toyota.
compareit4me Group, which operates finance comparison websites across the Middle East, has raised $3 million in VC funding.
Verifone’s Commander Site Controller and Ruby2 POS solutions have been selected by The Fikes Companies for deployment across its entire chain of CEFCO Convenience Stores.
Constellation Payments, a leading gateway and merchant services provider for software companies, franchisors, direct sales organizations, and large merchants, announced today the launch of its integrated EMV terminal initiative designed to simplify the transition to new EMV payment terminals for software users and merchants.
In today’s CardFlash News Que: ARK (Bitcoin); IPC (Infinea X); NEXONIA (ratings); and HOUSECALL (funding).
U.S. credit unions outpaced banks across all consumer lending and asset quality categories, according to research conducted by Callahan & Associates on second quarter data released by the National Credit Union Association (NCUA) and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC).
MUFG Union Bank has unveiled the launch of its Commercial Card Program designed for corporate clients’ procure-to-pay needs.
Mozido unveiled PayEase launched TradeEase – a new platform that will enable the first-ever cross-border B2C e-commerce payments between China and Russia.
The confidence of Australian consumers has improved by 5.4% since the second half of 2014. However, despite this rise, Australians are the most pessimistic of the 17 Asia Pacific economies surveyed.
Amtrak and Bank of America announced a new Amtrak Guest Rewards credit card program effective immediately. This program includes two new credit cards created to fit passengers’ travel and spending preferences.
Germany is one of Europe’s largest payment cards markets, and is the third-largest in terms of annual card transaction value. It is still far from being recognized as a fully mature market, however, as the average number of monthly card transactions by consumers in Germany was 2.5 in 2014, much lower than France (9.4) and the UK (6.5).
Citi inked a deal with Raiffeisenbank to sell its consumer banking business in the Czech Republic. Citi intends to focus on expanding the services it offers to Czech corporations, banks and public sector clients as well as continuing to service its multi-national clients with operations in Czech and global investors.