The ATM Industry Association announced earlier this week that it has expanded its regulatory and compliance monitoring service to include legislative monitoring for 11 states—a new service called iStateLink.
The service, which will be free to all ATMIA members, will report on a number of topics, including surcharges, licensing, taxes and fees, funds availability, overdrafts and interchange fees and government assistance. It will also provide the status of legislation monitored daily alongside ATMIA’s government relations committees.
“It’s as close to real-time as possible,” ATMIA U.S. Executive Director David Tente said. “A service like this would cost an individual member thousands of dollars. Our ability to deliver this critical information with economies of scale for all our members demonstrates the huge value members receive from ATMIA.”
Established in 1997, ATMIA has approximately 4,000 members in 60 countries. Non-members can visit the ATMIA website to learn more about membership.