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  • UK banks invest in brick-and-mortar
  • UK banks invest in brick-and-mortar
    Alex Proimos (2012) ©
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UK banks invest in brick-and-mortar

Digital finance has fundamentally changed the way we manage our money. But if the vast majority of customers are rejecting physical bank visits in favour of online services, why has Nationwide decided to invest £300 million to improve its network of 700 branches?

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