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Trust and Agency Redistribution in CajaVecina's Payment Ecosystem

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  • Bernardo Batiz-Lazo
  • Alarcon-Molina, Jose

    (Ministry of Health, Chile)

  • Espinosa-Cristia, Juan Felipe

    (Andrés Bello University)

Abstract

The present study situates itself within the frame of domestic finances and technologies of the everyday. CajaVecina is defined as a correspondent banking system, managed by BancoEstado (Chile), and brings banking operations to groups of people who have been recently brought into the banking system and receive financial services at various points of sale (POS). Using a qualitative methodology based on structured interviews with managers, intermediaries, and merchants, we observe that the phenomenon of a bank's agency redistribution and the so-called correspondent banking is fundamentally based on what is known as operating quotas, from which BancoEstado diversifies risk and learns from the banking behaviors of stores. Nonetheless, it is information itself what allows a store to transform into a different kind of solution, independent of the bank, taking advantage of the levels of trust nurtured with its clients. This is how this system of payments and financial operations gets redistributed, with the result that the intermediary/correspondent assumes a dominion on its scope and operations and thus completely reformulates the so-called "payment space" for the bank, users, and intermediaries.

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  • Bernardo Batiz-Lazo & Alarcon-Molina, Jose & Espinosa-Cristia, Juan Felipe, 2019. "Trust and Agency Redistribution in CajaVecina's Payment Ecosystem," Working Papers 19015, Bangor Business School, Prifysgol Bangor University (Cymru / Wales).
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