Bank Reg Issues A Concern for Fiserv, Fidelity

Johnson, Andrew
May 2010
American Banker;5/3/2010, Vol. 175 Issue 67, p5
Trade Publication
This article reports that Fiserv Inc. and Fidelity National Information Services Inc. are concerned that legislation limiting debit card overdraft fees and credit card fees could deter banks from buying updated mobile and bill-pay applications.


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