M-banking in the US and UK and the Necessity of a Consumer Focus

by guest on July 25, 2010

in Banking, Jacqueline Chilton, Mobile Banking & Payments, Writings

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The potential of mobile banking, for the realization of ‘anywhere, at anytime’ transactions, is well documented. However, interest is starting to develop regarding a more consumer-orientated vision of what mobile banking and payments can offer. Glenbrook’s Jacqueline Chilton recently published an article in E-Finance & Payments Law & Policy examining the ways mobile banking can develop to increase the value for consumers.

A PDF version of Jacqueline’s article is available here.

E-Finance & Payments Law & Policy magazine provides all those involved in this fast evolving sector with practical information on legal, regulatory and policy developments. E-Finance & Payments Law & Policy focuses on developments within the UK and the EU but includes articles on developments elsewhere, particularly the US.

Glenbrook Payments Views and Payments News readers can sign up for a free trial here: www.e-comlaw.com/trial.htm

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