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Lessons Learned From the Fourth United States Bank Failure of 2023


Background On Friday, July 28, Heartland Tri-State Bank of Elkhart became the fourth U.S. Heartland Tri-State began operations in 1985 under the name First National Bank of Elkhart. bank to fail this year.

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The United States May License Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Exchanges

Bank Innovation

The Acting Comptroller of the Currency of the United States, Keith Noreika, has stated that he is considering imposing a nationwide licensing program for cryptocurrency exchanges, similar to the licensing program recently enacted in Japan.


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United State Bank partners with Bankjoy

The Paypers

US-based United State Bank has announced its partnership with digital banking provider Bankjoy to offer online and mobile banking services to its account holders.

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Getting real about real-time payments in the United States


The United States is an instant payments laggard compared to the rest of the world. Despite these challenges, there is momentum in real-time payments adoption in the United States. For more insights on real-time payments, listen to a recent webinar, Real-time payments in the United States: A game of inches.

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Rising SMB Expectations and the Evolving Roles of Financial Service Providers

In this report, ForwardAI uncovers insights into the small business financial landscape across the United States and Canada. The question is: are service providers and financial institutions adapting to meet new expectations?

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FSS CMS : Enabling Success for United States’ Largest Prepaid Processor

Payments Dive

FSS Card Management System has enabled a leading prepaid processor in the US to differentiate its card offerings and stay ahead of the curve.

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RILA On How United States Retailers Are Responding To Changing Privacy Rules


California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), Washington Privacy Act (WPA) and other new privacy and online transaction standards are changing how businesses interact with consumers’ data in the U.S.