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Musical Chairs

Bankers already know that they are paying more to acquire new customers, but the pace of change is particularly dramatic when compared with just two years ago. The switch rate gap, which reflects the difference in rates being paid between old and new accounts, is especially stark.

For more information, contact:
Wei Yan, Product Manager | wyan@novantas.com

For more information, contact Novantas Marketing

+1 (212) 953-4444


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Musical Chairs

Bankers already know that they are paying more to acquire new customers, but the pace of change is particularly dramatic when compared with just two years ago.