Commonwealth Bank of Australia has added an AI-powered chatbot to its apps that can help customers with more than 200 banking task.
Commonwealth Bank (CBA) today filed our response to the civil proceedings commenced by AUSTRAC on 3 August 2017.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia business customers will soon be able to accept a payment by simply tapping their phone with a contactless card or mobile wallet.
Since the second half of 2015, Commonwealth Bank has made significant progress on a program of action strengthening policies and processes relating to our obligations under the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act 2006.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia has become the country's first bank to let customers access their accounts using the new iPhone X's Face ID technology. In the UK, first direct is the earliest out of the starting blocks, switching all apps on the new phone over to facial recognition.
In the wake of their bitter battle with Apple, three of Australia's big banks have joined forces on a person-to-person mobile payments app.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia has struck a deal with New Zealand's Vend to add inventory management, analytics and customer loyalty tools to its suite of proprietary Albert POS tablets.
Commonwealth Bank has announced further changes to the way we remunerate frontline staff, increasing the focus on customer service and rewarding branch staff for delivering better customer outcomes, not financial outcomes.
Commonwealth Bank today announced three new initiatives designed to give customers more control options and easy to manage solutions, including a new credit card with an interest rate below 10 per cent.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia has been forced to defend its commitment to cyber security after it emerged that the lender is set to offshore some critical IT functions.
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