Research Paper On Internet Banking
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The Regulatory Framework for Internet Banking in the United States
Traditional banking regulations have not been sufficient to cope with the challenges presented by the online environment and the increased level of Internet banking take place. The writer examines the way in which the traditional banking regulations cover Internet banking and then at the way specific issues for Internet banking are being tackled, including issues such as identity theft and security. The regulatory and legislative tools are discussed and challenges are considered. Eleven sources are cited in the bibliography this eleven page paper.
Innovation for Internet Banking - A Research Proposal
The banking industry has changed a great deal, the use of internet banking has become more popular and reduced the level of differentiation between banks. The writer proposes research to find ways for banks so undertake innovation within the internet banking sector. Ten sources are cited in the ten page paper.
Do Pure Play Internet Banks Create Value?
This 58 page paper looks at the way in which pure play internet banks, such as First Direct and Egg, may be able to create value. The paper presents a full dissertation style paper, with an introduction and objectives followed by an in-depth literature review. The literature review examines the role of the banks, examines the way that they compete and the importance and place of internet banking in the banking industry. The potential ways that pure play internet banks may add value studied from a theoretical perspective. After a section on methodology primary research using questionnaires is then simulated; assessing the perspective of internet banking using a sample made up of customers of the HBSC subsidiary; First Direct. The results are presented and then discussed. The bibliography cites 43 sources.
eBanking and its' Influence on Accounting Information Systems
This 32 page paper looks at the use accounting information systems (AIS) in banks, and considers what impacts ebanking, or internet banking, has had on the AIS within banks. The paper starts with an introduction and discusses why and how this research is valuable. The use of AIS is then discusses before an in-depth look at the model of internet banks and the requirements that are made of any AIS within internet banking systems. This is examined to identify the areas of different which may have impacted on the evolution of AIS within banking. The bibliography cites 30 sources.