Electronic Banking: The Ultimate Guide to Business and Technology of Online Banking

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Springer Science & Business Media, 2001 - Business & Economics - 204 pages
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The world of banking and financial services is in the midst of dramatic change, moving away from traditional "brick and mortar" branches and focusing on new delivery channels, to improve customer service and give 24-hours-a-day access to information and transactions. What are the threats and the opportunities of electronic banking? What new pricing strategies should banks develop? How to secure electronic financial transactions? What effects will online banking have on the financial world? How to market the new electronic services? Read the expert opinions from bankers, trendwatchers and financial consultants. Explore the new banking solutions through white papers and reports. This HOTT Guide reveals all the ins and outs of this new online phenomenon.
 

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Contents

The Evolution of Online Investment Banking
15
Guide to Online Banking
19
Finding the right bank
21
Virtual Banking and the Bottom Line
25
Banking in the Future
37
Are Banks making the Most of it?
41
Net Banking Benefits Sheer Acceleration
47
Internet Banking in Europe
53
Transforming Consumer Banking Through Internet Technology
111
BankAway Internet Banking Issues Challenges
127
A Note on Evolution of Services and Consumer Reactions
135
Security White Paper A Closer Look
151
The Solution to Secure Worldwide Banking
155
Community Banks SiteCertain and Online Banking
159
CustomerLink Security White Paper
167
Dream or Reality?
183

Internet Banking An Overview
67
Electronic Banking Developments
81
Home Banking without Breaking the Bank
89
Bringing Remote Banking into the Mainstream
97
WebEnabled ATMs
187
Remote Banking Solutions
197
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The Publishing department of SCN Education was founded in 1998 and has built a solid reputation with the production of the HOTT Guide series. Being part of an international IT-training corporation, the editors have easy access to the latest information on IT-developments and are kept well informed by their colleagues. In their research activities for the HOTT Guide series they have established a broad network of IT-specialists (leading companies, researchers, etc) who have contributed to the books.

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