Tatra Bank case study

October 2005
Tatra Bank Case Study: An Individualized Approach to Client Serv;Oct2005, p1
Case Study
Case Study
Provides information on Tatra Bank based in Slovak Republic. Number of Internet banking accounts that are being operated by the bank; Focus of the bank on affluent retail customers and a high level of customer service; Products offered by the bank including TatraPremium, TatraDynamic, TatraClassic and TatraStudentMultiset.


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