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Moderated by GigaOm blogger Om Malik, the panel will include Brian Ascher from Venrock, Roger Lee from Battery Ventures, Eric O'Brien from Lightspeed Venture Partners and Dana Stalder from Matrix Partners.
According to TSYS, the new division "will provide the program development, implementation and ongoing delivery to make it easy for smaller banks to enter or re-enter the credit card market. Key to the offer is the strategic consulting services that TSYS will provide from newly-recruited card industry executives with years of experience in running profitable card programs."
Chase Card Services reported a net loss of $700 million, a decline of $992 million from the third quarter of 2008. End-of-period managed loans were $165.2 billion, a decrease of $21.3 billion, or 11%, from the prior year and $6.3 billion, or 4%, from the prior quarter. Card charge volume was $82.6 billion, a decrease of $11.3 billion, or 12%, from the prior year. Merchant processing volume at Chase Paymentech was $103.5 billion, on 4.5 billion total transactions processed.
According to TSYS, "MobilePASS enables merchants to accept and process card payments while on-the-go. A convenient alternative to traditional and expensive payment applications such as wireless terminals, Interactive Voice Response (IVR) systems and old- fashioned knuckle busters, MobilePASS is designed for the 21st century merchant."