Branch cull will blaze a trail for rest of 'old Europe'
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Branch cull will blaze a trail for rest of 'old Europe'

Dublin : Ireland | Oct 30, 2012 at 10:59 PM PDT
Source: Independent
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The collapse of banking profits since 2007, combined with a technology driven revolution in the way consumers manage their money, appear to make the changes inevitable not only here but across the Continent. Mass branch closures remain largely the dream of executives, though, according to statistics... FULL ARTICLE AT Independent
 
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