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Welcome to the Bankwatch wiki

 

Internet changes everything, but how are Banks' responding to that challenge? The wiki is to benefit anyone interested in an open & shared banking research resource.

To read, simply follow the links below. To contribute, click "log in to edit" above.

 

 

Banks of the world

Bank rankings

Customer research

Payments <---- New: Digital Money Forum

Payments networks <---- New: can contain info on Interac, Maestro, Visa, Apacs etc.

Innovation

 

 

This wiki is in support of the bankwatch blog. Join the discussion, and comment there. Get the blog feed here. Feed for the wiki is below.

 

Questions, email me.

Comments (3)

Anonymous said

at 12:50 pm on Mar 26, 2006

Well, its now set up, and we will see where this journey takes us.

Anonymous said

at 5:19 pm on Mar 28, 2006

Where should I put EFT network info - such as Interac, Visa, Maestro? I have docs for background info, history, and will be collecting info on SEPA since that seems to be similar to Interac from what I'm hearing. I'm a data gatherer rather than an opinion-gatherer.

Anonymous said

at 9:54 pm on Mar 28, 2006

outstanding ... the concept I had in mind for the wiki is data - disussion, and opinion can take place in the blog and comments there. (bankwatch.wordpress.com)
Why don't we try a payments network page for now, ( I just created one) and link off that, for interac, Visa, Maestro, etc

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