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Providers

Banks And Non-Banks Play to Their Strengths As They Eye a $1.2 Trillion P2P Market

Digital Transactions News - "The P2P payments arena is hotly contested, with bank providers such as JPMorgan Chase & Co., Capital One, USAA, and Bank of America—all participants in Zelle, a soon-to-be-launched P2P service—contending for adoption with entities such as PayPal Holdings Inc.’s Venmo, Square Cash, and Facebook Messenger. Popmoney, a P2P service from Fiserv Inc., also is popular with banks."

On The Wires

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Providers

Retailers Promise Fight to Keep Swipe Fee Reform as Financial CHOICE Act Heads Toward Full House Vote

"Today, the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) responded to the House Financial Services Committee's markup of the Financial CHOICE Act, legislation that would roll back many of the financial reforms passed in the wake of the financial meltdown in 2008. Retailers have vowed to fight any financial reform bill that repeals swipe fee reform, bipartisan legislation passed in 2010 that stopped large banks and card networks from charging merchants exorbitant fees on debit card transactions."