Brits' Smart-Card Trials Carry Lessons for U.S

August 2007
Bank Technology News;Aug2007, Vol. 20 Issue 8, p17
Trade Publication
An interview with John Nightingale, vice president of consultant of London-based Patni about the lessons that can be learned by the U.S. from the chip & PIN credit/debit card experience of Great Britain is presented. According to Nightingale, chip & PIN was launched in response to increased number of card fraud. He reveals that the chip & PIN was costly to card issuing companies.


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