September 2001
Bank Technology News;Sep2001, Vol. 14 Issue 9
Trade Publication
Highlights the results of the consumer study conducted by the periodical 'Bank Technology News' in June 2001. Examination of people's attitudes toward various forms of financial services; Usefulness of survey statistics to planning of bank strategies; Number of consumers who are banking online versus those who are not; Complexity of aggregation service; Concerns on receiving of financial advice.


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