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Canada Regional Newsletter

Please look though our current and past newsletters for the Canada region to keep up to date on latest news.

  • June 2022

    Bank branch closures create gap that Next-Gen ATMs can fill
    Recent ATMIA survey shows significant support for Universal Cash Deposits at ATMs

    One of the consequences of the recent COVID-19 pandemic has not received very much attention.  About  30-40% of Canada bank branches were closed and many others were subject to drastically reduced hours.  Although most have recovered, the number of bank branches in Canada continues to decline.  It reached a peak for the top nine banks of 6,400 in 2014.  By 2020, the number had shrunk to 5,783.

  • May 2022

    Bank branch closures create gap that Next-Gen ATMs can fill
    Recent ATMIA survey shows significant support for Universal Cash Deposits at ATMs

    One of the consequences of the recent COVID-19 pandemic has not received very much attention.  About  30-40% of Canada bank branches were closed and many others were subject to drastically reduced hours.  Although most have recovered, the number of bank branches in Canada continues to decline.  It reached a peak for the top nine banks of 6,400 in 2014.  By 2020, the number had shrunk to 5,783.

  • April 2022

    Counting down the days to ATMIA Canada 2022

    It has been a long journey to our upcoming biennial conference, which was oriignally scheduled for April of 2020.  And at long last, only 47 days from now, the ATM industry in Canada will gather in Vancouver for the first time in four years.

    ATM security is taking center stage at this year’s event – both logical and physical.  ATM industry experts will delve into advanced new strategies and technologies for protecting your portfolio from a wide variety of risks.  Physical attacks, in particular, have spiked since the beginning of the pandemic.  It is not surprising that security is top of mind for our presenters and attendees.

  • March 2022

    Counting down the days to ATMIA Canada 2022

    It has been a long journey to our upcoming biennial conference, which was oriignally scheduled for April of 2020.  And at long last, only 47 days from now, the ATM industry in Canada will gather in Vancouver for the first time in four years.

    ATM security is taking center stage at this year’s event – both logical and physical.  ATM industry experts will delve into advanced new strategies and technologies for protecting your portfolio from a wide variety of risks.  Physical attacks, in particular, have spiked since the beginning of the pandemic.  It is not surprising that security is top of mind for our presenters and attendees.

  • December 2021

    Calling all financial Institutions . . .

    A new level of membership designed specifically for small- and mid-size banks and credit unions is available now!

    RBC Royal Bank, BMO Harris, Scotiabank, CIBC, and many more of the world's largest banks are members of ATMIA.  But it is actually smaller financial institutions than can benefit the most from becoming a member.

  • November 2021

    Calling all financial Institutions . . .

    A new level of membership designed specifically for small- and mid-size banks and credit unions is available now!

    RBC Royal Bank, BMO Harris, Scotiabank, CIBC, and many more of the world's largest banks are members of ATMIA.  But it is actually smaller financial institutions than can benefit the most from becoming a member.

  • October 2021

    It's not too late to plan for your participation

    After pandemic-related delays of the originally scheduled 2020 U.S. Security conference, it is now just weeks away.

    Financial institutions face their own set of unique challenges in fighting ATM crime – and crime in the self-service channel is changing.  For many years, card skimming has been the top priority.  But as successful deployment of countermeasures has put a dent in skimming activity, significant increases in physical attacks and low-tech fraud are creating new priorities.  Even explosive attacks, once rare in the Canada and U.S. markets, are becoming more common – as is the collateral damage that accompanies them.

  • Sept/Oct 2021

    It's not too late to plan for your participation

    After pandemic-related delays of the originally scheduled 2020 U.S. Security conference, it is now just weeks away.

    Financial institutions face their own set of unique challenges in fighting ATM crime – and crime in the self-service channel is changing.  For many years, card skimming has been the top priority.  But as successful deployment of countermeasures has put a dent in skimming activity, significant increases in physical attacks and low-tech fraud are creating new priorities.  Even explosive attacks, once rare in the Canada and U.S. markets, are becoming more common – as is the collateral damage that accompanies them.

  • Join a committee –get more involved in your indust

    Join a committee –get more involved in your industry!!

    Committee participation is one of the most valuable benefits of your ATMIA membership.  Are you involved in one of those committee groups?  No?  You are missing out on a lot of good opportunities.

  • July 2020

    Join a committee –get more involved in your industry!!

    Committee participation is one of the most valuable benefits of your ATMIA membership.  Are you involved in one of those committee groups?  No?  You are missing out on a lot of good opportunities.

     


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