CIB

(redirected from Card Issuing Bank)
AcronymDefinition
CIBComplete in Box (auction listings)
CIBCitizens Independent Bank (Minnesota)
CIBChina Industrial Bank
CIBCorporate and Investment Banking
CIBCertificate of Indian Blood (US BIA)
CIBCriminal Invstigation Branch (police incident code; New Zealand)
CIBCentro Inter-Bibliotecario (Universita di Bologna)
CIBCommercial International Bank
CIBInternational Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction
CIBCluster-in-a-Box (data storage)
CIBCitizens Information Board (Ireland)
CIBClient Information Branch
CIBCluster in a Box
CIBCollective Intelligent Bricks
CIBCapital Improvement Board (Indiana)
CIBCluster Information Base (computing)
CIBCombat Infantryman Badge (US Army)
CIBCommunications in Business (UK)
CIBCertificate in International Business (various schools)
CIBCriminal Investigation Bureau
CIBCommunities in Bloom (Canada)
CIBChartered Insurance Broker
CIBCan It Be?
CIBCriminal Investigation Branch (Australian)
CIBChina International Business (magazine)
CIBCredit Information Bureau (West Haven, CT)
CIBCarnation Instant Breakfast
CIBControlled Image Base
CIBCoffee Industry Board (Jamaica)
CIBChartered Institute of Bankers
CIBCriminal Intelligence Bureau (Hong Kong Police Force)
CIBCompanies Investigation Branch (UK)
CIBCollision Imminent Braking (vehicles)
CIBClick It Back (poker)
CIBCenter-Invest Bank (Russia)
CIBConférence Internationale des Barreaux (French: International Conference of Bar Associations)
CIBCounterfeiting Intelligence Bureau (UK)
CIBCosmic Infrared Background
CIBCampaign for an Independent Britain
CIBCorporate and Institutional Banking
CIBClassification Internationale des Brevets (French: International Patent Classification)
CIBCommonwealth Investigation Branch (Australia)
CIBComarch Internet Banking (software)
CIBCommunity Impact Board
CIBCombined Information Bureau (US DoD)
CIBContinuous Integration Build (software development)
CIBComputer Integrated Business
CIBCompliance and Information Bureau (FCC)
CIBCeltiberian (linguistics)
CIBCentral Inspection Board (Lebanon)
CIBConseil International du Batiment pour la Recherche, l'Etude et la Documentation
CIBConverter-Inverter-Brake (power electronics)
CIBCanterbury Infantry Battalion (New Zealand)
CIBChange Implementation Board
CIBContract Information Bulletin
CIBCardiff Institute for the Blind (UK)
CIBCompartmented Information Branch
CIBCommon Interactive Broadcast
CIBCook-in-Bag (food packaging)
CIBCurrent Intelligence Bulletins (NIOSH)
CIBCapital Investment Board (various governments)
CIBCard Issuing Bank
CIBCenter for Inland Bays
CIBCentralized Intercept Bureau
CIBChaudronnerie Industrielle de Bretagne (French industrial boiler company)
CIBConseil Immobilier Bretagne (French real estate company)
CIBCommand Input Buffer
CIBCentral Index Bureau (auto insurance)
CIBCritical Infrastructure Balancing (scheme; India)
CIBCobol Information Bulletin
CIBCoordinated Informed Buying (public health procurement planning)
CIBCRC32 Indication Bit
CIBChange Impact Board
CIBCollective Intelligent Brick (IBM)
CIBClub Indépendant Bordelais (French cycling club)
CIBCabinet Immobilier Boulet (French real estate company)
CIBChemical Information Bulletin
CIBCall Information Block
CIBCompressed Image Base
CIBConfiguration Investigation Board
CIBCentre d'Innovation en Biologie (French: Center for Innovation in Biology)
CIBCapabilities Information Base
CIBCommunications Information Bulletin
CIBCorporate Investment Board
CIBCurrent Interest Bond (finance)
CIBController Image Base
CIBChronic Irritative Bronchitis
CIBCommander Information Brief
CIBCorporate Initiative Brief
CIBCurrent Intelligence Briefing
CIBCommon Interface Bus (file transfer method)
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(26) Whenever a transaction between a consumer (buyer) and a retailer (seller) is settled by card, the buyer pays a fee [f.sub.B] to her card issuing bank (issuer) and the seller pays a merchant discount [f.sub.S] to her merchant acquiring bank (acquirer).
(iv) Bank Card Association: The associations (VISA, Master Card, American Express) which act as an intermediate between card issuing bank and merchant's bank and authorize the transaction.
In the statement it said: "Ipso advises anyone who believes they may have been affected by this scam to talk immediately to their card issuing bank which will check their account for any unauthorised cash withdrawals or activity."
* Verification of credit card issuing bank (bin number verification);
But when asked about the local and multinational putting in their condition of holding the card member liable, spokesperson of MasterCard replied in an email: "The MasterCard Zero Liability rule applies if the cardholder has taken reasonable and responsible steps to notify their card issuing bank and to provide pertinent information about the loss, theft, or possible unauthorised use of their MasterCard card.
An official with ICBC said that the Bank has issued more than 110 million of credit cards, making it the biggest card issuing bank in Asia.
A circular of BB has re-fixed the fee at Tk20 per transaction for cash out from ATM booths of banks other than the card issuing bank.
This newest partnership with UBL facilitates the customers of Zong to have a unique service that permits subscribers to make payments through an Etisalat/UBL powered portal using their Debit or Credit cards (powered by MasterCard/VISA) to get the Online Recharge or Bill Payment option in spite of of the card issuing bank. Making simpler service availability and establishing an alternative channel, the option is intended to start a fast and effective way for the subscribers to reach Zong.
Currently, Vietnam has 48 domestic card issuing banks with the number of about 76 million cards, more than 261,000 POS machines and 18,600 ATMs, among which most POS machines have complied with the EMV Standards, thus the deployment of domestic chip cards on card accepting devices will not be too complicated.
SmartMetric has signed an agreement with a credit card chip and EMV chip card supplier to credit card issuing banks. The Advantis EMV Credit Card Chip is in use by card issuing Banks in Europe, South America and North America.
Credit card issuing banks and associations, payment processors, merchant account providers, and payment gateways all have a place in the process, collecting a percentage or flat fee from any single transaction while slowing down the payment process as a whole.
Card issuing banks also promise a no-liability clause for fraud through misuse - the customer is not held liable to pay for fradulent purchases.