Increase Your Customers and Deposits

Schiltz, Matthew J.
September 2007
Banking New York;Fall2007, p12
Trade Publication
The article examines the value of the electronic signature method in online banking for increasing bank customers and depositors. Two interrelated metrics about using electronic signatures were discovered by financial services companies. The enactment of the E-SIGN legislation has provided legal protections for corporations. Electronic signatures or E-SIGN offers several advantages for banks and also creates consumer confidence.


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