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Retail and Digital Banking

Principles and Practice

Support your work-based learning and professional development with this Chartered Banker Institute endorsed companion to the Institute's professional qualifications
    Paperback£39.99
    Ebook£33.32
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EAN: 9780749482718
Edition: 1
Published:
Paperback
Format: 235x160
280 pages
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About the book

Endorsed by the Chartered Banker Institute as core reading for the Personal and Private Banking module, Retail and Digital Banking looks at the changes that have occurred, including developments in onshore and offshore operations, call centres and the impact of technology and other critical factors in retail and digital banking. This book considers the evolution of retail banking services and the major role that technology has played in providing quality, cost-effective services to consumers. This fascinating text then goes on to offer expert thought leadership on the future of retail banking and what this could mean for existing established banks and disruptive new entrants.

Retail and Digital Banking offers readers the opportunity to take a step back and consider the evolution of the sector in which they work and the tremendous level of change that has occurred over time for all operational activity. Retail and Digital Banking provides support for the Personal and Private Banking module assessment and features practical case studies from the banking sector. This essential text brings the journey of modern banking to life and considers what the future holds. Online supporting resources include a glossary and updates to regulation.

About the authors

John Henderson

John Henderson has worked in retail banking for 32 years, having spent the first half of his career in various retail banking roles and working in different channels with Bank of Scotland, before joining fledging supermarket bank, Sainsbury's Bank. John then headed the multi-channel customer experience team for Bank of Scotland before moving to Royal Bank of Scotland in 2002 to manage branch design and distribution for RBS and NatWest. Latterly John has managed offshoring of back-office operations and he now looks after global operations capacity management systems and forecasting for RBS. John has two MBAs, his first from Edinburgh University and his second from the Chartered Banker Institute. John is a Fellow of the Chartered Banker Institute.

More about John Henderson

There are many books about digital banking but very few from the perspective of the banks themselves. Talk of the collapse of banks due to digital innovation is massively overhyped as banks (unlike many fintechs) have the customers and funding to shape suitable strategic responses. Every bank across the world is taking up the digital challenge and this book is essential to those struggling to understand the subject as well as those in the position to shape strategic responses.

Brian Brodie, Chief Executive Officer, Freedom Finance...