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Our researches and analysis on Mobile Banking
The incumbent outlines its response to an increasingly fragmenting payments landscape offering to support old and new customers alike by helping them de-risk major technology investments with the provision of a gateway service.
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ and local telco, KDDI, joined forces to create Jibun Bank, a mobile-only bank that has become the largest and most profitable mobile bank in Japan.
Banks face high costs of maintaining extensive branch networks while having their market share eroded by the ever-growing presence of payments solutions companies and mobile operators providing low-cost alternatives.
Mobile banking in Saudi Arabia is still growing and its development is contingent upon customer needs, as the actual number of mobile transactions is low.
With over 53 million unbanked still transacting in cash, Egyptian banks are looking to target this potentially lucrative market through mobile or prepaid cards but uptake has been slow
New payment options in the market are creating new opportunities, making competition fiercer, and reducing the use of cash and cheques.
Banks are integrating new technologies into their core businesses to improve their digital banking presence and speed-to-deliver
Globally, banks and non-banks are testing whether QR codes to merchants and consumers can provide a simple solution for payments.