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ATM Industry Association Adds New Legislative Monitoring Service

The ATM Industry Association has expanded its already robust regulatory and compliance monitoring service that includes Regulation Alerts and Compliance Profiles, to encompass new legislative monitoring for 11 states. The new service, called iStateLink, reports on a broad array of relevant topics including; ADA, surcharges, signage, licensing, taxes on fees, government assistance, availability of funds, overdrafts and interchanges.

The new service, which updates the status of each monitored bill daily, is also available free to all ATMIA members and is provided in addition to the ongoing work of the group’s Government Relations Committees. Non-members can go to the ATMIA website for more information about the benefits of membership.

“It’s as close to real-time as possible. A service like this would cost an individual member thousands of dollars,” ATMIA U.S. Executive Director David Tente said. “Our ability to deliver this critical information with economies of scale for all our members demonstrates the huge value members receive from ATMIA.”


The ATM Industry Association, established in 1997, is a non-profit global trade association with approximately 4,000 members in 60 countries. As an independent, non-profit trade association, our mission is: to promote ATM convenience, growth and usage worldwide; to protect the ATM industry's assets, interests, good name and public trust; and to provide education, best practices, political voice and networking opportunities for member organizations. If you wish to join, please contact a member of the ATMIA team. Follow ATMIA on LinkedInTwitterYouTube.

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