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TransAct! Newsletter Offers Information on the Intertwining of Revenue Share and Interchange

Thursday, August 20, 2015   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Terri Brustad

The topics of revenue share and interchange are high-profile topics that always seem to be under scrutiny. In this August issue of the TransAct!, Frank Martien of First Annapolis Consulting has contributed an article titled, "The Rebate Conundrum—Basis Points or Dollars?" and suggests that changes in interchange occurring in Europe may impact the revenue share structure. It is an interesting hypothesis.

To round out this picture, we decided to update two of our reports. The Optimizing Revenue Sharing report is available to NAPCP members. Non-members can purchase the report in the NAPCP Store

The P-Card Value Proposition report is available to both members and subscribers. 

Archived editions of the TransAct! newsletter are accessible to NAPCP members only, but an abbreviated edition was emailed on August 20, 2015, to members and complimentary subscribers. Become a member today for complete access.

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