The ATM Industry Association, founded in 1997, is a global non-profit trade association with just under 5,000 members in 65 countries. The membership base covers the full range of this worldwide industry comprising over 2.2 million installed ATMs.
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ATMIA takes aim at $20M in ATM withdrawal fraud

Research commissioned by the ATM Industry Association and authored by Tremont Capital Group has confirmed that approximately 20–25 percent of ATM withdrawal disputes are fraudulent. In response to these findings, ATMIA will launch an investigation into the issue and work...

ATMIA presents blueprint for next-gen ATMs

The ATM Industry Association has announced the publication of its industry blueprint for next-generation ATMs. In 2016, an ATMIA subcommittee of banks and independent deployers — including Bank of America, Bank of Montreal, Capital One, Cardtronics, Citibank, Elan Financial Services,...

US ATM count approaches half a million

The ATM Industry Association has announced that its latest analysis indicates an ATM operating base in the U.S. of 475,000 to 500,000 units. This represents an increase from previous estimates ranging from 425,000 to 450,000 ATMs, and follows years of...

The 'Galacticos' score at a winning ATMIA event

Who are the Galacticos? Only the leading figures in the payments industry who came together for the ATM Industry Association's dazzling new European event — ATM & Cash Innovation Europe 2017.

An abandoned program still haunts ATM operators

When Operation Choke Point was halted and financial institution regulators were directed to pull back on enforcement, the ATM industry thought it could breathe a sigh of relief. Unfortunately, the bank account closures haven't stopped.

Guide offers how-tos for increased ATM access by disabled users

The ATM Industry Association has published "Maximizing ATM Accessibility," a guide to enabling greater access to ATMs for users with disabilities of all types. The new guide expands on previous publications such as "Recommendations on ATM User Interface" and "ATM...

With 'cashless challenge,' Visa puts its own interests ahead of consumers'

Last Wednesday, Visa distributed a press release touting its "Cashless Challenge" campaign in the U.S. On Thursday, the ATM Industry Association responded with a statement taking issue with the campaign, which will award a total of $500,000 — $10,000 each...

ATMIA issues last call for speakers for 2018 US conference

The ATM Industry Association has issued a last call for speakers for its 2018 U.S. conference to be held Feb.

Scheduling conflicts compel reshuffling of ATMIA 2018 European conference calendar

The ATM Industry Association has released a statement clarifying its calendar of European conferences for 2018. According to a press release, the clarification follows scheduling clashes in 2017 between similar events in the ATM industry. "Our new plan responds to...

ATMIA announces keynote speaker for 2018 US conference

The ATM Industry Association has announced that cybersecurity expert Theresa Payton will headline its 2018 conference as keynote speaker. Payton served in the administration of George W. Bush as the first female White House chief information officer, and is an...

Best practices guide covers ATM explosive attacks, defenses

The ATM Industry Association has published its latest manual, "Defending Against ATM Explosive Attacks — Best Practices Digest." The publication offers minimum security guidelines and best practices for protecting ATM systems from the spreading threat of explosive attacks, particularly in...

ATMIA sends out call for speakers for 2018 US conference

The ATM Industry Association has issued a call for speakers for its 2018 U.S. conference to be held Feb.

ATMIA formally links up with ICA

The ATM Industry Association has joined the International Currency Association, according to an ATMIA press release. "In the light of sustained attacks on the role of cash from the anti-cash lobby, our trade association is very happy to join the...

ATMIA recaps latest member advocacy efforts

The ATM Industry Association has released a summary of its recent advocacy activities, including a letter to the Trump administration. The association's recent efforts have been exceptionally intensive and span the breadth of city, state and federal regulatory regimes, according...

The ATM at 50, part 2: Reinvention for a smart future

The year 2017 is almost certain to be a milestone year for the ATM — not only because it marks the 50th anniversary of the first installed machine, but also because it heralds the beginning of the industy's reinvention of the ATM as a next-gen banking device.

Cardtronics, Allpoint throw support behind Withdraw Cash Wednesday campaign

Cardtronics and Allpoint Network have joined the Withdraw Cash Wednesday campaign as platinum sponsors, according to a press release. Withdraw Cash Wednesday was initiated by the ATM Industry Association as a way to encourage consumers to use cash in their holiday shopping. The campaign will run from Nov.

Staying the same can mean getting passed by

Implementing new technology can be difficult and costly. However, refusing to make changes can cripple your business as the competition adopts the latest innovations — potentially affecting your locations and ATM users.

London calling: ATMIA retools and makes ready for ATM & Cash Innovation Europe

It seems especially appropriate that the ATM Industry Association would give its conference in London a complete refresh as the industry celebrates the 50th anniversary of the installation of the first modern ATM in that same city.

New study correlates access to cash, opportunity

The ATM Industry Association has published a new study on the role of cash in financial inclusion. Access to Cash: the First Step toward Financial Inclusion presents an international picture of the importance of cash and ATMs in reaching 2...

Agenda, speakers announced for ATM & Payments Security 2017

The ATM Industry Association has announced the program and speaker lineup for the ATM & Payment Security 2017 conference to be held Sept. 19–20 in London at the Tower Hotel.

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