Internet banking in the U.S.: landscape, prospects, industry implications
AbstractInternet banking is receiving great attention in the banking industry and the regulatory community. As with other areas of e-commerce, discussions about Internet banking often proceed without reference to the actual state of market developments. This paper describes the current state of Internet banking in the U.S. and discusses its implications for the banking industry.
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Volume (Year): 2 (2001)
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Internet; Banking; Payments;
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