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McKenna, Ian
February 2011
Money Marketing;2/17/2011, p54
The article focuses on the development in the online banking service in 2011 in Great Britain. In this service, financial advisers have the chance to view the value and balances of financial products. Banks offering the kind of service include HSBC Holdings PLC and Barclays PLC. It is believed that advisers prefer to place new business with platforms because of their intention to provide a level of streamlined processes.


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