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Brett KingMoven - New York

Online and mobile are not campaign marketing tools

09 November 2011  |  5244 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

There's generally a very poor understanding of the dynamics of the role of the website in retail financial services interactions today. There is an acceptance that 'some' customers use the web, when deciding on a new financial services relationship, but not of the critical nature of the web in that choice. Let me explain how things are different f...

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Is consumer education a barrier to banking innovation?

01 November 2011  |  4187 views  |  2 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Last week Google announced a partnership with Citizens Advice to offer consumers guidance on online security and privacy issues. Despite the rapid rise in e-commerce and online spending, there are still significant fears about how safe the internet really is. A recent poll by Ofcom found that 26% of UK internet users had concerns about the safety...

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Date 19 Dec 2007
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This community is for discussion of developments in the e-banking world, including mobile banking. This can include all the functional, business, technical, marketing, web site design, security and other related topics of Internet Banking segment, including public websites of the banks and financial institutions across the globe.
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