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Citigroup, Visa to form credit card deal with Costco

CBA SmartBrief | Mar 02, 2015

Citigroup will replace American Express as the exclusive issuer of Costco Wholesale's credit cards, and Visa will become the new card network. The partnership will begin in April 2016. Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model), The (03/02) Associated Press, The (03/02)


Wells Fargo will limit subprime to 10% of auto loan volume

CBA SmartBrief | Mar 02, 2015

Banks pull from many sources to determine creditworthiness

CBA SmartBrief | Feb 24, 2015

Commentary: CFPB approach on auto loan discrimination is flawed

CBA SmartBrief | Feb 26, 2015

Wells Fargo builds holistic view of digital, branches

CBA SmartBrief | Feb 25, 2015

TD Bank's Masrani sees opportunity in mobile, credit cards

CBA SmartBrief | Feb 27, 2015

BofA names new executive officers

CBA SmartBrief | Mar 02, 2015

Credit bureaus: Subprime auto delinquencies aren't rising

CBA SmartBrief | Feb 26, 2015

Bank innovations for underserved customers have wide appeal

CBA SmartBrief | Feb 26, 2015

Debating the pros, cons of debit versus credit cards

CBA SmartBrief | Mar 02, 2015


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