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Lead Story

A sense of community

News

Industry Update

SCA proposes alternative to end-to-end encryption

FIS acquisition of Metavante approved

Swiping at interchange reform

Will Google grab NAA micropayment business?

ETA poised for congressional return

Features

The importance of recession marketing

ISOMetrics:
The promise of community banks

Selling Prepaid

Prepaid in brief

Blessings of SaaS for campus card programs

A new drive for prepaid

Prepaid payroll helps Wal-Mart go green

Views

Summer musings on interchange

Patti Murphy
The Takoma Group

How to win a major bid

Ross Federgreen
CSRSI, The Payment Advisors

Education

Street SmartsSM:
Every little bit helps

Jon Perry and Vanessa Lang
888QuikRate.com

Telephone etiquette

Vicki M. Daughdrill
Small Business Resources LLC

ERR, a merchant retention tool

Bob Schoenbauer
Capitol Payment Systems Inc.

Need cash for your business?

Mark Dunn
Field Guide Enterprises LLC

POS forecast: Increasingly cloudy

Dale S. Laszig
DSL Direct LLC

Company Profile

UP Solution Inc.

New Products

POS payment and acceptance in a phone

ZeniusMobilePay and ZeniusMobilePOS
Zenius Solutions Inc.

Multipurpose bar codes

CodeZ QR
Computer Output Print & Internet

Inspiration

Just ask

Departments

Forum

Resource Guide

Datebook

Skyscraper Ad

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September 28, 2009  •  Issue 09:09:02

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ISOMetrics

The promise of community banks

Of the 8,246 banks in the United States, nearly 8,000 are community banks. These can be defined as commercial banks, thrifts, or stock and mutual savings institutions with assets under $1 billion. Following are statistics on community banks drawn from Impact of the Financial Crisis on U.S. Community Banks: Difficult Times, New Opportunities, a March 2009 white paper written by Aite Group LLC in conjunction with the Independent Community Bankers of America; the Small Business Administration's Office of Advocacy; and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

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