A Visa Bulletin issued each year on the anniversary of Visa's founding in 1965 is designed to help the industry better understand developments in the business environment, and to help businesses adapt their operating procedures to ensure they remain compliant with all Visa regulations. The Visa Bulletin is produced in collaboration with Visa's Global Network of Data Center Professionals (GNCDP). The bulletin offers an overview of Visa-related laws, rules, and other material as well as guidance to businesses that require additional information regarding the Visa business cycle.
The Visa Bulletin may 2020: Visa Guidelines For Businesses is a monthly publication that is published in the third quarter of each year. Each issue provides updated information on Visa's laws and guidelines, along with a list of resources available to businesses. The third quarter issues are intended to provide an overview of changes in Visa guidelines and other legal information for businesses, and to provide businesses with a reference point when it comes to making any changes to their business procedures. The fourth and fifth quarter issues are designed to address new Visa rules and regulations.
The Visa Bulletin may 2020 may contain a number of issues relevant to business, including: General guidelines, business requirements, Visa processing fees, Visa fees, and Visa reporting requirements. The business issue for the fourth issue will be entitled “New Visa Reporting Requirements,” which will provide businesses with an overview of Visa reporting requirements, along with a list of resources available to businesses that need assistance in reporting to Visa.
The Visa bulletin may 2020 may also include a general business report. The fourth issue will be titled “Visa Laws and Regulations for All Countries of Operation,” and it will discuss Visa fees, and the third quarter business issues for Visa requirements, reporting, and regulations. The fifth issue of the Visa Bulletin will be titled “Visa Guidelines for Small Businesses.”
The eighth issue of the Visa bulletin will include a comprehensive listing of all regulations applicable to international business, including: Visa fees, reporting, and reporting requirements. The ninth issue will address all new Visa rules and regulations, including: Changes to Visa reporting requirements, and new rules related to travel document processing. Finally, the tenth issue of the Visa Bulletin will address Visa fee changes, and new requirements for merchants. The eleventh and twelfth issues of the Visa Bulletin will be devoted to topics related to the Visa processor, such as: New processor reporting requirements, and reporting requirements.
The final issue of the Visa Bulletin will cover changes related to business financing. for all countries, including: Guidelines for businesses operating on behalf of merchants in countries outside of the U.S., and for establishing new merchant accounts.