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Traditionally, people’s relationships with their banks have been personal. But several factors, like regulation, technology, competition and rising expectations, are eroding the bond between banks and their customers, putting profits at risk. Boston Consulting Group professionals advise retail banks on the decisive steps that can avert revenue losses. This useful report will benefit financial professionals concerned with adapting retail banking to the realities of the 21st-century market.

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Customers provide banks with data as well as deposits.

The retail banking sector faces a variety of challenges, including low interest rates, weak economic growth and heightened competition from providers like direct banks and fintech firms. As much as 25% of retail banks’ earnings may be at risk if these institutions don’t add new services and improve their consumers’ experiences. Customers supply their banks with a wealth of information that can generate value and revenue. Such information can, for instance, help banks better understand their clients and make financial offerings more attractive...


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