Ohio Savings Bank Joins The NYCE Network

Saturday 19 June 2004 09:42 CET | News

Ohio Savings Bank with nearly $13 billion in assets, has recently joined the NYCE Network.

NYCE Corporation owns and operates the NYCE Network, providing 2,200 financial institutions, retailers and independent ATM deployers with shared Network services for ATMs, POS, A2A and direct bill payment for millions of consumers across the US and Canada. Ohio Savings Bank and its AmTrust Bank division have branches in the Cleveland, Akron and Columbus, Ohio, markets, as well as throughout southeast Florida and in Arizona. The banks 76 ATMs will now participate in the NYCE Network and will be accessible to the 57 million cardholders of NYCEs 2,200 participating financial institutions across the US and Puerto Rico. Ohio Savings Banks participation became effective in January of this year. Becoming part of NYCE will not change where or how Ohio Savings Bank customers use their ATM and POS cards.

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