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I’m pleased to report our industry saw a strong finish to 2015,with positive results in both Washington, D.C. and Albany. Moreover, we’ve begun 2016 with a proactive agenda to preserve, protect and advance the interests of New York’s local community banks.

I’m pleased to report our industry saw a strong finish to 2015,with positive results in both Washington, D.C. and Albany. Moreover, we’ve begun 2016 with a proactive agenda to preserve, protect and advance the interests of New York’s local community banks.

For decades, retailers and businesses have had two main options – Visa and MasterCard – for routing signature debit transactions. While the U.S. is transitioning to a chip and signature standard, it remains the last major market with sizable remnants of the standalone signature system.

For decades, retailers and businesses have had two main options – Visa and MasterCard – for routing signature debit transactions. While the U.S. is transitioning to a chip and signature standard, it remains the last major market with sizable remnants of the standalone signature system.



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By Christina P. O’Neill

Data analytics, also known as ‘big data, was once accessible to only the largest banking institutions. But 2016 may be the tipping point in which lower costs and increased accessibility of data analytics will be increasingly adopted by small and midsized banks with assets in the hundreds of millions. 

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