Starting March 17, KeyBank customers will be able to use Apple Pay™ to make simple and secure payments at more than 700,000 businesses across the United States and select iOS apps.
Customers are bringing lofty new expectations to their banking relationships, fueled, in part, by the personalized experience they have come to expect from their favorite brands.
FIS (FIS), the world's largest provider of banking and payments technology, today announced that Cleveland-based KeyBank has selected it to provide a full front-to-back prepaid solution that will enable the bank to create a new payments channel for its business and public sector clients.
MasterCard (NYSE: MA) and KeyBank N.A., a wholly owned subsidiary of KeyCorp (NYSE: KEY), today announced that MasterCard will be the exclusive payment network for a new suite of KeyBank credit card products, to include consumer, business and commercial credit cards.
mFoundry, North America's largest mobile banking and payments provider, today announced KeyBank launched mFoundry's mobile banking technology, mBanking, to expand the bank's mobile banking offering.
GFI Group (NYSE: "GFIG") announced today that Cleveland based KeyBank has upgraded its existing agreement with GFI Fenics to include the full suite of Fenics Professional Pricing and Analytic tools.
MasterCard today announced a new multi-year contract with KeyBank to deliver industry-leading debit payment solutions and processing capabilities.
Fiserv (NASDAQ: FISV), the leading global provider of financial services technology solutions, today announced that Cleveland, Ohio-based KeyBank, with assets of approximately $94 billion, is now providing customers with mobile banking services through Mobile Money from Fiserv.
KeyBank (NYSE: KEY) has enhanced its online banking capabilities and added mobile banking to its suite of banking solutions. Both moves reflect Key's ongoing efforts to provide clients with a breadth of options that meet their specific banking needs while delivering a superior overall client experience.
In the wake of Heartland Payment Systems' data breach settlement with Visa, lawyers representing five financial institutions have filed a class action lawsuit against two acquiring banks, claiming they share responsibility for damages caused by the intrusion.
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