Citi f/i Closure Shows Branches Still Matter

Power, Carol
August 2000
Bank Technology News;Aug2000, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p6
Trade Publication
Comments on the closure of Citi f/i, and its implications for Interact-only banking. Citigroup Inc.'s plan to change its strategy on Internet banking; Decision of Citigroup to replace its Citi f/i and Direct Access to a new service.


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