5 edition of The Virtual Banking Revolution found in the catalog.
August 20, 1998
by Intl Thomson Business Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
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Luigi Wewege is the Senior Vice President of Caye International Bank headquartered in Central America, Principal of Palmetto Global Ventures a financial consultancy firm focused on digital banking and FinTech solutions, and serves as an.
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1. London • 13 May ING Bank Dorothy Hillenius, Director of Corporate Strategy Digital Revolution in Banking 2. Key points 2 • Transformation of the banking landscape • Data is the new oil • Digital revolution requires a new way of interacting with customers • Distribution: banks need to re-engineer their cost base 3.
Virtual banking, also called direct banking, is done online at a bank that has no branches. A virtual bank can provide many of the same products and services, such as checking accounts, savings accounts, certificates of deposit and loans that you find at a traditional brick-and-mortar bank.
However, access is available only through an internet connection, either on .The book The End of Banking: Money, Credit and The Digital Revolution by Jonathan McMillan is written as a response to issues that surfaced in the financial crisis.
In three sections, the author discusses banking in the industrial age, banking in the digital age, and lastly, suggests a financial system for the digital age/5.