In the wake of 2020’s tumultuous events, consumer banking changes emerge
Foster City, CA – January 19, 2021 – The tumultuous events of 2020 changed consumer behavior in numerous areas — and the way they handle banking is no exception. To explore these changes, and make predictions about how consumer banking behavior will continue to transform, MyBankTracker.com researchers make the following observations and predictions:
View the complete analysis: Banking Trends Predictions for 2021.
“In 2020, the world was forced to adapt in so many different ways, and we’ve kept a close eye on how banks and other financial institutions changed their products and services in response to the pandemic,” says Simon Zhen, senior research analyst for MyBankTracker.com. “Even when we get back to some semblance of normalcy, we expect that these trends will continue to redefine our relationship with our money on a daily basis.”
Zhen is available to comment on MyBankTracker.com’s predictions, the methodology used to make them, and the overall landscape of consumer banking.
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