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UK banks failing to deliver online services

British banks are not geared up to embrace online trading according to a survey by Bull Information Systems.


The information provider says that only 47 per cent of banks provide online facilities despite 70 per cent saying that they believe it is the solution to increasing volumes of business.


It found that only 23 per cent of UK banks were concerned about the consequences of not offering online facilities compared to 72 per cent in Germany.

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