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  • RBS' Bó aims to rival digital-only challenger banks
  • RBS' Bó aims to rival digital-only challenger banks
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RBS' Bó aims to rival digital-only challenger banks

RBS has launched a digital banking app called Bó to help people form habits and routines that support money management. It joins a competitive fintech market, but consumers who are unfamiliar with and wary of challenger banks may trust the historic bank house's offering more.

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