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CO-OP adds EMV webinars
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. (8/4/14)--With its July 31 webinar on the Europay-MasterCard-Visa (EMV) standard breaking all attendance records for CO-OP Financial Services, the company is announcing two "encore" presentations on the same topic to take place Tuesday and Thursday.
 
"We had more than 1,000 credit union professionals register for our Thursday webinar, a testimony to the fact that EMV is now moving to the front and center of credit union planning for 2015," said Stan Hollen, CO-OP Financial Services president/CEO. "CO-OP is a source for the tools to make credit unions thrive, including strategic counsel on this and other crucial issues in our industry."
 
Titled, "EMV: Moving Forward on Debit," the webinars will focus on EMV adoption by credit unions for their debit card programs. Issues to be covered include the global outlook and U.S. timeline for EMV adoption, how EMV works, its anticipated impact, how it relates to the interchange rule, fraud-related questions and planning recommendations from the presenters. Items being provided in follow-up include an implementation worksheet and white paper.
 
The Tuesday 11 a.m. Pacific/ webinar will take place at noon ET. Thursday's webinar will take place at 2 p.m. ET.  To register, use the links.
 
The webinar will be hosted by Michelle Thornton, for CO-OP Financial Services manager of core products, who also serves as CO-OP's representative on the board of directors of the Debit Network Alliance, an industry association working on EMV implementation issues in the U.S. Co-hosting will be Brandon Kuehl, senior product manage  of The Members Group of Des Moines, Iowa, a CO-OP business partners for full-service credit processing and other payments solutions.
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