Wednesday, 6 October 2010 | No Comments
You can’t keep banks out of the headlines – and often for the wrong reasons. The bail-out cost too high - interest rates too low. Trust through the floor - complaints through the roof. Yet despite this, statistics show people are more likely to change their partner than their bank. So are our expectations really that low? Are all banks the same or are some getting it right? And how could things be better, especially with technology and social media changing the way we communicate and transact?