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Bankers' Hotline, Volume 22, Number 6

June 25, 2012


Mobile Payments Face Paradox from Consumer Attitudes on Privacy

by Genilee Parente

Mobile payment technologies present many benefits to both consumers and merchants but there remains a paradox on the privacy issues surrounding mobile payments in the U.S.


Agencies Address Stress Testing

by Genilee Parente

Expectations for the stress tests written into law by the Dodd-Frank Act have been clarified by the Agencies

In The News

Statistics, Facts, & Such

News from the FBI
News from the FBI

Training Page
New Account Fraud Prevention

by P. Kevin Smith, CPP

Using proper CIP procedures, financial institutions can ensure the true identity of its customers to help mitigate fraud losses.

Are We There Yet?

How close are we getting to a cashless society?

Pass to Pay with MasterCard

MasterCard offers a new service that lets consumers buy products online and in stores using a single card or a smartphone.

From the editor's desk
Fix Those Broken Windows

by P. Kevin Smith, CPP

Just as run down neighborhoods can encourage crime and provide greater opportunities for criminals, your staff should be trained to keep their branches in the best shape possible to deter thieves.

War Stories

Questions & Answers

Other Bankers

Executive Director:
Barbara Hurst
Editor:
P. Kevin Smith, CPP
Contributing Editor:
Genilee S. Parente
Board of Advisors:
John S. Burnett
Peter G. Djinis, Esq.
William Gearin
Lucy H. Griffin
Mary Beth Guard, Esq.
David McGuinn
Robert G. Rowe, III, Esq.
Barry Thompson
Dana Turner
Andy Zavoina

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